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Many people do not believe in ghosts or laugh when people say that you saw a ghost Yet for those that dont believe researchers say that at least 50 million Americans or 20 of the population have had one or more after death communication experiences with ghosts or spirits and the actual numbers may be closer to double these figures nowA ghost can be described as a form of recording like a audio or videotape A ghost simply has no life or force left in it Ghosts simply play the same scene over and over again The ghost consists of left behind energy by a person or even an animal That is because if a person repeats or performs repetitious acts for long periods of time he or she will have left a psychic impression in that area This impression may stay around in a certain area after the person has moved or is even dead These ghost usually have clearly seen facial features and even a body odor or the sent of cologneThere are three types of ghosts The first type can be seen just like a normal living person but their image is usually cloudy Sometimes people can only see their head and shoulders but at other times the whole body can seem completely normal no matter what the cause of deathThe second type of experience is an animal ghost especially of a loved family pet Many people believe that only the intelligent animals have souls The most common pets that come back as a ghost form are dogs cats and horses Researches say if people have great love for an animal and constantly grieve the loss of their pet this will have the same effect as dying a sudden or violent death and this will cause the animal to come back and live with them for a shot period of time There have been some case studies that have shown that people
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