In this video we discuss various psychological factors that are involved in ghost hunting. True believer syndrome, the Fear Factor, psychosomatic response, Sheep Syndrome and the burden of proof are discussed in their relation to the paranormal.
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Some researchers believe that many of the experiences reported in allegedly haunted locations have a psychological explanation. Work assessing this psychological approach has involved examining the suggestibility and paranormal belief of people who tend to report unusual experiences in allegedly haunted locations.
Late at night the sounds of footsteps and voices can be heard throughout the building. Some claim that the ghost of Big Nose Kate haunts the saloon as it was one of her favorite places in life. Other apparitions include unidentified cowboys, who have been seen at the bar and walking about various parts of […]
Many people have sighted a female apparition which they believe is the ghost of Morgan Earp's wife, who is searching for her deceased husband even in death. This explanation seems impausible because she accompanied her husband's remains back to California, where he was buried. To view our report, click the link below. http://www.sgha.net/az/Red_Buffalo.pdf
Employees and patrons at this quaint restaurant have reported the presence of spirits dating back from the frontier days. The playful ghosts are blamed for moving objects and making crashing sounds.The people who own the restaurant do not believe that it is Nellie Cashman, the building's former owner. However, whoever haunts the building is very […]