Sometimes, for fun, I share some of my ghost experiences with people.
Here are some I have shared on this blog:
- Indonesian Rapist Ghost
- Death Rock Warns Me
- Possessed by a Japanese Dead Woman
- My Mother’s Ghost
- My Dog’s Ghost (coming)
After I share these stories, people will often incredulously ask me, “How can you have these experiences and not believe in ghosts?”
To which I sometimes reply:
During summers, I have driven down long, hot roads and have occasionally seen large puddles of water span the road ahead of me. But when I get to the puddle, they mysteriously disappear. Have you ever had an eerie, supernatural experience like this?
You see, I don’t believe these common hallucinations are actually supernatural at all, but I won’t deny that I have indeed had these unusual experiences.
Mind you, if someone could prove to me that I have really seen ghosts, I’d be fascinated and change my opinion. But the reason I don’t believe in the ghosts I have experienced, is because of my intense distrust of my (and your) human brain. 🙂
Question to readers: Have you had any weird experiences you don’t believe in?