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This Is Why People See Ghosts, According to Science

Dear scientists, we love learning about nanotechnology and flashlight fish and breakthroughs in medicine, because that stuff is fascinating and world-changing and it satisfies the human desire to better understand our world. But really, scientists, can't you just leave ghosts alone already? Because believing in ghosts doesn't hurt anyone, and in some cases it actually helps people, and also it's fun.

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    Why People See Ghosts, According To Science

    Why People See Ghosts, According To Science

    Dear scientists, we love learning about nanotechnology and flashlight fish and breakthroughs in medicine, because that stuff is fascinating and world-changing and it satisfies the human desire to better understand our world. But really, scientists, can't you just leave ghosts alone already? Because believing in ghosts doesn't hurt anyone, and in some cases it actually helps people, and also it's fun.

    The Most Famous Ghosts In American History

    The Most Famous Ghosts In American History

    Whether you believe in ghosts or not, tales of the supernatural have been a source of entertainment, moral instruction, and harmless (and not-so-harmless) frights for nearly as long as the human race has been around. There are similar creepy stories from places like Japan, but the United States of America has no shortage of eerie tales of the undead lurking around its darker, dustier corners. Below you will find tales that have inspired fear across the land of the free and the home of the not-so-brave. Maybe read this one with the lights on.

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