Ghosts....Why are they here?

Posted by Serious Paranormal Investigative Society on April 9, 2010 at 10:10 AM

What exactly is a ghost?


   Before you can understand what an entity consists of, you need to first understand a bit about the human body of a living person. Everything you do, see, hear, taste, feel controlled by electric impulses sent to your brain from your body's different parts, or from your brain to your different body parts.

   For example...right now you are reading this page, an electrical impulse is going from your eyes to your brain carrying the information your eyes are seeing. As you scroll down this page, your brain is sending electrical impulses to your hand to move your mouse etc.

   When a person dies, their individual systems shut down indepedently, since all the body's systems are controlled by electrical impulses the electricity has to go somewhere. It is a general law of physics that energy cannot be destroyed, so where does the energy go when your body shuts down? It is released into the atmosphere!

   When a person dies a slow or natural death, the energy is released more slowly and in a less concentrated state than if a person  were to die a sudden or violent death. There is a thought  that hospitals are not places of hauntings even though more deaths occur in them than anywhere else. People have asked "why are certain locations more likely to have a ghost than others?"  What it all boils down to is electromagnetic fields trapping the energy that is released at the time of death.

   For example...Everyone has heard of at least one haunted theater in the area they live.Theaters are huge electromagnetic fields, they have high voltage electrical systems in them to support sound and lighting equipment that is used for their shows. Theaters used to be very dangerous places at one time, it was very easy to have a lighting rig to fall on someone and kill them. It was also easy for someone to fall from a catwalk that is high above the stage. The ingredients were all there for a sudden and violent death. When that happened from time to time, the energy that was released from the victim's body was trapped by the much stronger electromagnetic field and now you have a ghost.

   One of the tools we use for paranormal research is an EMF meter. These meters are designed to measure changes in electromagnetic enegy. Many times while investigating a haunting, paranormal researchers have discovered very high levels of electromagnetic energy present. A lot of times this is caused by high votage electrical systems or by old wiring. Both will create an elctromagnetic field.

   There is a strong possibility that despite thoughts of other researchers, it is not the ghost that causes the electromagnetic energy, but the electromagnetic energy that causes the ghost. 

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