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Still Waters

Ghosts might be caused by carbon monoxide

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Still Waters

We all have our views and opinions on the supernatural. Many people are highly skeptical regarding the existence of ghosts, ghouls, phantoms, and other supernatural entities, while believers will adamantly argue that the paranormal is very real, backing up their claims with countless stories and alleged sightings of the past. There are also plenty of people who find themselves somewhere in the middle, not quite sure what to believe.

A Gallup poll from 2005 revealed that around 37 percent of Americans believed in haunted houses, and many people love to hear stories about these kinds of spooky old homes and eerie abandoned mansions. But it turns out that science might have a very rational explanation for these kinds of tales.

https://www.thevintagenews.com/2019/04/30/haunted-houses-monoxide/

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papageorge1

Carbon monoxide might explain like a tiny percentage of ghost sightings I imagine.

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SecretSanta

I’ve read about this before. That’s why many times we suggest checking the carbon monoxide levels. It can do some crazy stuff to you.

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XenoFish

Infrasound as well. 

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the13bats

as time passes more and more prosiac explanations will show that things like ghosts exist only in the minds of the believers.

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Robotic Jew

 

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