Ghost Can’t Hurt You (Fitzgerald)

Can Ghosts Hurt You or Actually Touch You?

Can Ghosts Hurt You or Actually Touch You?

Ghosts are usually conceived as vestiges of the dead who have not been able to pass entirely into the heavenly (or infernal) realms. Ghost-hunting researchers encounter entities that seem to have some kind of post-life trauma. Ghosts have died cruel or shocking deaths, witnessed terrible things before they died, lost something very dear to them which they still cling to after death. Perhaps the film, Ghost, with Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore and Whoopi Goldberg, is not a perfect paradigm of what Ghosts really are, but it does have some things in common with the above definition. Swayze, like the Ghosts we speak of, is hanging around because of the cruel manner of its death and that it could bring some kind of danger to his girlfriend. Patrick’s lingering on Earth is a temporary phenomenon, often due to trauma or to hanging onto one’s surroundings. Some accounts of Ghosts would say that Ghosts are often just fragments of better, more whole personalities that have not passed on to other dimensions of the Afterlife. The film Ghost may be flawed in many ways, but perhaps it can give us some framework for addressing some of the questions about the reality and behavior of Ghosts as addressed through historical anecdote, contemporary reports, parapsychological studies and ghost-hunting. For instance, in the film, Swayze learns to influence matter from a strange, half-insane ghost on a subway. In fact, can Ghosts hurt you or actually touch you? I would say that many people believe that Ghosts can touch you and some say they can hurt you and even kill you. Many people report a ghostly touch. For instance, Molly Stewart, licensed with the International Ghost Hunters Society, reports that Ghosts have reportedly pulled the hair of guests on her Salem, Massachusetts tour. Ghosts pull the hair In China, for instance, Ghosts killed by drowning are said to kill people in order to prevent them from reincarnating. In general, Ghosts seems to be making contact because they are “stuck” in some pattern, expressing their pain or fear- or sometimes. Like Swayze as he reaches out to Moore in the film, Ghosts actually want to tell us something, something as strange as how they were killed or to assure us about something. But not everyone has the same degree of sensitivity to them. It would seem, if you believe Sylvia Browne, that disembodied spirits, including releatives, are very close to this world. And, they attempt contact a lot, but we do not recognize it. In other, more tribal, shamanistic cultures that contact is perhaps more frequent and expected but these cultures don’t necessarily keep written records in any quantity so it may be difficult to know. Perhaps with our EMF and “white noise” machines, science is coming closer to some kind of answer about contacting Ghosts? Why hasn’t it found that answer yet? Well, looking for Ghosts might be compared to wanting to study sea creatures at a certain depth, but not having the science of submersibles developed enough to be able to go there securely and stay long enough to take photographs. The Ghosts are there but we don’t have the technology. by Teresa Edwards


Other Reasons Ghost Might Harm A Person

Throughout history, there has been an assortment of legitimate cases where ghosts harm people… Not only psychologically, but also physically. Despite this fact, most of the cases that are reported can be easily debunked through means other than the paranormal. A very well known paranormal investigator, Frank Podmore, as well as various other experts… Believe that most reported cases of poltergeist activity could be explained by means of attention-seeking. Like for example, a young child trying to get their parent’s attention. They also believe that adults themselves were also the culprits of such claimed paranormal activity simply to taunt others for their own amusement.

Similar in nature, those in the medical science field tend to believe that the reported cases of harm caused by ghosts… Could actually be fully explained by mental illness and its’ characteristics. They believe that the individuals in question are almost always plagued by unfounded delusions. Which makes them self inflict the wounds and not realize that they did it on their own. If you know someone like this and would like to discretely rule out the idea of a ghost being present, try downloading a ghost hunting app and scan the area for signs of an entity.

Poltergeist Of Enfield Council House

In 1977, at a home in Enfield, UK, a family started hearing strange sounds in their home. Out of the four kids that lived in the house, two started hearing thumping on the walls and doors so intense that it would wake them up in the middle of the night. Even though the family tried several times to find out what was causing all the strange sounds, they were never able to. At long last, with no end in sight, the police were called to investigate the situation. Once inside the home, a police officer reported to have seen a chair “wobble and slide” and heard shouts and screams with no apparent explanation.

Later on, the family, and others as well as visiting the home saw strange things. Things like: rocks being tossed, seats being turned over, and even the kids themselves being suspended off the ground and then dropped were reported.

Throughout the following year and a half, late into 1978, over 30 different individuals including neighbors, paranormal examiners, ghost hunters, reporters, and police all experienced puzzling happenings. For example, furniture moving on its own and items being flung out of nowhere. In spite of the fact that the occurrences later died down, and incidents weren’t being reported, paranormal specialists and analysts are certain it was a poltergeist trying to frighten and hurt the family until they moved, which they in the long run did.

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