Author Topic: Could you live in a 'haunted' house?  (Read 3346 times)

Re: Could you live in a 'haunted' house?
« Reply #45 on: July 20, 2014, 02:45:52 PM »
I would have no issues living in one.
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Re: Could you live in a 'haunted' house?
« Reply #46 on: July 22, 2014, 09:19:46 PM »
Even this one?

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that would be a like ass to face ratio between living and spirit.

Dude, what I tell you about showing my house on the 'net?

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Re: Could you live in a 'haunted' house?
« Reply #47 on: July 23, 2014, 01:53:03 AM »
I'm too much of an atheist to even suspend my disbelief for fantasy themed fiction, and I know that ghosts don't actually exist.

But I wouldn't be able to. I've always had an immense fear of imaginary things ever since I was a child. I'm 22 and I still sprint up the stairs because I imagine that Leatherface is chasing me up it, still am afraid of jump scares whenever I walk past dark doorways, and I still wish there was a good way to cover your whole body with a blanket AND get fresh air without having to lift the blanket.
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Re: Could you live in a 'haunted' house?
« Reply #48 on: July 23, 2014, 02:16:04 PM »
I'm too much of an atheist to even suspend my disbelief for fantasy themed fiction, and I know that ghosts don't actually exist.

But I wouldn't be able to. I've always had an immense fear of imaginary things ever since I was a child. I'm 22 and I still sprint up the stairs because I imagine that Leatherface is chasing me up it, still am afraid of jump scares whenever I walk past dark doorways, and I still wish there was a good way to cover your whole body with a blanket AND get fresh air without having to lift the blanket.

oh man, you know I've always had that kind of feeling or even fear myself. Something about going up a staircase in the dark and just wanting to get to the top where its light and look back down, even when i know nobodies there. If its all bright up the stairs or at least light at the bottom of it I don't get that feeling, or even when heading downstairs into a dark area.
I think its just the mind playing to some level of anxiety.