Ghosts exist…what now?

Paranormal & Society

This week I came across the Sir Noface documentary currently touring America. Led by Chad Calek, a well-known paranormal investigator and filmmaker, the documentary claims to provide definitive proof of ghosts – in the form of a full apparition appearing on camera. As always I remain sceptical of this claim, particularly following the commercialised manner in which it appears to be being presented to the public – sell out tours including a range of ticket packages, a documentary film which I am sure will come with a price tag, merchandise etc. Surely, one would assume, if you had dedicated your life to paranormal research and you truly believe you have finally found proof of ghosts you would share far and wide? Open up the footage to further analysis? Invite other researchers and scientists along to discuss the merit and implications of such a find? Furthermore, the recent claim by Most Haunted…

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~ by Paranormalogistically on September 7, 2017.

2 Responses to “Ghosts exist…what now?”

  1. If an after life was scientifically proven to exist could that improve the human condition in giving people pause to reflect on what actions they take?

    • Well that’s just it isn’t it? Will people just “pause” and give it some serious thought, or will they pause for just a second and go “Oh wow” and then just keep carrying on as usual? And the non-believers and skeptics…just because “science” said it was so? For those who believe, like myself, we will be glad the science finally caught up. I do believe it would help humanity to know the facts are coming from science even though the evidence has been there for eons.

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