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Ghosts: Are They Real?

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Boo! Did I scare you? Maybe not but this spookey article will scare your pants off, so hold on tight to your pants. In this article we will be talking about ghosts as you can see by the title. We will be comparing people who believe in ghosts and people that don’t belive in ghosts. If you don’t know what ghosts are, well they are just spirits of people or animals. There can be bad spirits and good spirits. Some people decide to play games where you can “communicate with them”; for example, the ouija board, that’s one that I know of.  Some people have caught “ghosts” on video and other people think they are just shadows or lights and that’s what makes it so interesting. For those who have taken pictures of ghosts, people who don’t believe in ghosts believe it’s just photoshop. Shall we get started? Let’s begin our spooky article that will scare your pants off.

 

Let’s begin with people that don’t believe in ghosts. The number one thing is “if I don’t see it I don’t believe it” and that’s what many people do. There are also differents cultures since not everyone has the same beliefs. There is hell were bad people go and then there is heaven were nice people go. People that don’t believe in ghosts haven’t encountered one so they don’t really have visual proof and to them they don’t exist. That can be one reason. Something else that some people confuse are demons with ghosts. They say they saw a ghost but little do they know that it’s something other than just a ghost. That’s why I think some people don’t believe in ghosts, but they’re still my friends even if they don’t believe in ghosts.

 

Now it’s time to talk about people who do belive in ghosts and why. Some people belive in ghosts because ”they have talked” to them and have seen them. Tor example, Dia de Los Muertos or in English Day of the Dead is a celebration that people in Central America celebrate. But the one country that takes it super seriously is Mexico. If you don’t know about Dia de Los Muertos I’ll tell you about it. It’s a celebration where people make altars and people decorate with flowers their favorite food and place a photo and plus more to represent the person who died. Some people say they can feel the presence of a ghost because when there is a cold spot you know there might be a ghost, or it could have just been the wind. Dia de los Muertos was one way to communicate with the ghosts or the dead. The other way is called the ouija board they say you can talk to spirits and ghosts.

 

In conclusion, my opinion is that it does not matter if you believe in ghosts or you don’t believe in ghosts. Tell me if you believe or you don’t believe in ghosts! What were your encounters with ghosts? Remember Dia de los Muertos is not Halloween. It is a celebration  to remember the loved ones that have gone to a better place. Finally it’s your decision if you want to believe or not believe in ghosts, and it doesn’t matter.

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  1. Lily B on October 5th, 2017 8:55 am

    I’m not really sure if I believe in ghosts or not. Once I woke up at 3 am because something jumped on my bed like a cat. The problem? We didn’t have any pets, and the door was locked! Creepy…

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