SPOOKY BELIEFS: Those things that go bump in the night? About one-third of people believe they could be ghosts. And nearly one out of four, 23 percent, say they've actually seen a ghost or felt its presence, finds a pre-Halloween poll by The Associated Press and Ipsos.
WHO: The most likely candidates for ghostly visits include single people, Catholics and those who never attend religious services.
Do you belive in Ghosts. I do! I belive in that return Spirit of a dead man the Lord Jesus christ who said I am he that was dead and liveth and behold I am alive forevermore. That is the Holy Ghost of God
When people die, they either go to be with Christ or they are locked away, waiting for judgement on the last day.
Therefore, there are no such things as ghosts.
Movies like "The Sixth Sense", which I saw while flipping channels a year ago are particularly insidious, in that they purport to comfort those who've lost loved ones by actually ENCOURAGING them to welcome contact with spirits that they presume to be those of dead relatives or ancestors.
At best these "contacts" are merely the product of the seeker's imagination, and at worst they are demonic impersonations of that which the seeker desires.