Readers, this was too good not to pass along! I thought it pretty spot on. Based upon my own experience living and visiting haunted places, it clicks! It reminded me of the work of T. C. Lethbridge, the early 20th century archaeologist/parapsychologist, whose Stone Tape theory presented the idea that somehow, damp stone “recorded” traumatic events and sometimes replayed them later- as ghosts. Note the presence of water and stone in many of these places.
A very haunted house in which I once lived, was built on a foundation of old stones, was on the ocean shore, and was also near a railroad. There had been deaths there, and it was a very old house.
Based on your own experience and ideas, what do you think? Read on at the link below, courtesy Ghost Hunting Theories blog:
Back in the summer of 2009, I decided to choose 50 places that are commonly reported haunted, all across the US. I took those 50 places and looked for common features. 602 more words