A Serious Question About Ghosts

I honestly don’t understand the argument that because science hasn’t proven the existence of ghosts, they don’t exist. Gravity, black holes, oxygen, everything existed long before there was scientific proof of it.

Serious question: Given the enormous amount of firsthand experiences, what is the argument for being 100% positive that ghosts don’t exist — to the point where you feel it necessary to publicly reassure people who do believe in ghosts that they’re not crazy? Or is it just that there’s no scientific evidence that they do?

Isn’t this (possibly) like arguing before scientific proof of gravity existed that no one had ever seen an apple fall from a tree if you had never seen it happen yourself.

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