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A Guide to Ghosts

Do you believe in ghosts? More than 4 in 10 Americans do. But what exactly is a ghost? They’re not all Casper, Slimer, or Moaning Myrtle. According to ghost experts, apparitions vary widely and can be classified into the following groups:

Harry Price’s Ghost Hunting Kit, 1936. Photo in Public Domain.

Residual Haunting Ghosts

A residual haunting ghost is an entity created by a psychic imprint. A psychic imprint is the result of repetitious behaviors…

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Stories for the curious about the mysterious.

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Chelle Chevelle

Chelle Chevelle

Not Chevy Chase. BA in Theatre from ASU. Film and photography enthusiast. See her photos at flickr.com/photos/womansworkproductionco/

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