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Sunday, 2 February 2014

Do you have a story to tell? :: Ghost & Girl, personal experience, and you

"Hell is empty and all the devils are here." - William Shakespeare
So, you're watching one of the many paranormal investigation shows on television, when one of the investigators has a profound personal experience, and you think WOW. THAT WAS AWESOME.
Yet, much to your amazement and annoyance, that same personal experience is later ignored or reduced to something insignificant by the rest of the team, or the person in charge, simply because it couldn't be documented and/or supported by the scientific equipment.
But what if the key to truly understanding life after death is to be found within that personal experience - and all other personal experiences of the paranormal that happen on a daily basis? If science, and therefore our knowledge of the world and how it works, is still developing, why is it that the personal experience is not receiving evidentiary consideration whilst (sometimes seriously unexciting) scientific "proof" is?
Sure, we understand that some paranormal investigators want to appear as legitimate as possible, but if the science isn't giving the evidence required, perhaps it is time to take a closer look at the personal experience.
In our first post, The Devil is the Detail, we mentioned that the purpose of this blog is to share our encounters and lessons in the paranormal with you, and that in doing so, we hope that you will share yours in return. Whilst we enjoy the EVPs and the videos as much as the next person, and agree that there is a lot to learn from them, we also believe that personal experiences have a lot to offer in trying to understand how the spirit world operates. For us, the biggest question we'd like to answer is: Why do some people experience the paranormal whilst others do not?

Thing is, we can't quite figure this out on our own, so this is where you come into the mix: We want to read about your encounters, right down to the finest detail. Nothing is insignificant. We don't mind if there is nothing or no one to "back up" your claims. We want to know what happened to you, or what you think happened to you. Just call us theoretical paranormal investigators!
We are keen to hear from you. Not desperate; just curious. We'd love to read about your encounters and the lessons you've learned, and then with your permission, share them here at Ghost & Girl.
You can get in contact with us via three avenues:
1. Email. It's quick, it's easy, and almost everyone knows how to use it. It's also a little more discreet, for the shy types. Our inbox is at ghostandgirl333(at)gmail(dot)com.
2. Blog Comment. All comments are moderated so that we can filter through the tripe. However, if you've a legitimate experience, please share it and we'll publish it. Please note that published comments are viewable to the public.
3. Twitter. If you're a person of few words, and would prefer to follow us or communicate in 140 characters or less, our twitter username is @ghostandgirl333.

Alternatively, if you have a blog, or website where you keep an online record of your paranormal experiences, please tell us about it. We'd love to read it and be given the opportunity to provide our opinion, theories and feedback.

You can follow us by email, or follow us using Bloglovin'.

Finally, if you are willing, we'd be most appreciative if you were to grab our button from the right-hand menu and share it on your own blog and/or website (if you have one). The more people who know about Ghost & Girl, the more likely we are to achieve our objective.

We don't proclaim to have the answers. Sometimes, all we have is more questions, but someone has to ask them.

So. Do you have a story to tell? And are you brave enough to tell it?


Laura & Sarah  

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