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Those who believe in the paranormal say that skeptics are simply blind and do not see the evidence in front of their eyes. Others argue that every paranormal phenomenon has a rational explanation. Who is right? And where is the evidence after all?
People have been asking the same question for thousands of years: do ghosts exist or are they the fruit of imagination and illusion in the moment? Despite the numerous testimonies and stories that have been circulating since time immemorial, definitive evidence still does not exist. However, in the last ten years, numerous studies of paranormal phenomena have provided a wealth of material that many consider to be conclusive and irrefutable evidence for the existence of ghosts. Most of them were collected by the so-called ghost hunters who spend their time in (supposedly) haunted places with a pile of equipment hoping it will help them establish the existence of ghosts and eventually make contact with them.
At the very mention of researchers of paranormal events, popularly called ghost hunters, it is probably everyone's first association with the movie "Ghost Busters". Others will probably think of a team of parapsychologists from the movie "Poltergeist: House Spirit" (Poltergeist). However, what we are thinking about now are the teams of researchers of paranormal activities that we have seen a lot in recent years on cable TV channels (History) and numerous documentary series.
One such example, probably the most representative of all, is the series "Ghost Hunters", which appeared in 2004, and which, in the first few seasons of broadcasting, showed incredible evidence of paranormal activities. After that, many other research organizations appeared, first throughout the United States, and then all over the world. New, paranormal madness is born…
This was followed by another series: "Ghost Adventures" in 2007 with a documentary called "Ghost Adventures: The Beginning". It is within this film that two, probably the most striking proofs of the existence of ghosts so far have been collected: a full-size image of a ghost following in the footsteps of an investigator around a room, and bricks rising from the floor on their own and scattering on their own. In addition to the above, many other shows and series have appeared, each with its own specific approach to paranormal research.
And although many of these documentaries have managed to present some fairly convincing evidence of the existence of these entities, what they all have in common, and equally undermine faith in their credibility, is the fact that they are a product of the TV industry. And no matter how easy it is to believe in the integrity of people who are so passionate about their work, it is actually quite difficult to believe in something we see on television channels. That fact alone makes us suspicious of anything that researchers really find. Of course I'm interested in your opinion, do ghosts really exist?