The Haunted Highway
Last Words

The boundaries which divide life from death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where one ends, and where the other begins..
- Edgar Allan Poe


If you decide to take on ghost hunting as a personal hobby, it is always very important to remember that some people believe in ghosts, some do not, and that's how it will be forever. It is not my intention to make anybody a believer or a skeptic. I feel that it is something each person must decide for him or herself.

In my opinion, from early childhood on, most of us are brought up with the notion that ghosts are scary and sinister beings that hide under our beds and in our closets only to come out and make sounds that go bump in the night.  This is one reason I believe many adults today dismiss the idea that these paranormal beings might actually exist in some dimension, it's the age old case of "there's no such thing as ghosts", and the belief is actually outgrown .  Then, you have some adults who are still horrified at the thought of the deceased coexisting in a living universe, while at the same time having no desire to delve into the subject any deeper. Then, some are completely receptive to the concept, and are willing to learn more the subject.  And finally, you have those who fall somewhere in between all of these categories who just aren't sure.

Personally, I believe that there are other beings out there other than us, although I'm not sure what it is exactly.  However, I do not think they are out to harm anyone, or maybe it's a situation in which if you don't bother them, they won't bother you, I'm not completely sure about this, but I can truely say that I've never been harmed in anyway by a ghost or spiritual being.   I also tend to lean towards the idea that ghosts pretty much stay put, more than likely condemned to where they are, and won't follow you home or continue to haunt you after you leave their home.  All in all, I believe that ghosts who seem to reach out and attempt to communicate are simply trying to bond with the living world wanting nothing more than maybe a few questions answered or just simply human contact.


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