In folklore, fiction, philosophy, and popular culture, a ghost is the soul or spirit of a deceased person, taken to be capable of appearing in visible form or otherwisemanifesting itself to the living. Descriptions of the apparition of ghosts vary widely: the mode of manifestation can range from an invisible presence to translucent or wispy shapes, torealistic, life-like visions. The deliberate attempt to contact the spirit of a deceased person is known as necromancy, or in spiritisom as a séance.
The Turner-IngersollMansion, or ‘The House of the Seven Gables’ in Salem, Massachusetts, was the birthplace of famous author Nathanial Hawthorne. Hawthorne’s ancestors presided over many of thewitchcraft trials in 1692, and many say a hex was placed on the family – which inspired many of Hawthorne’s novels. It is believed that the grounds are haunted by Nathaniel and his sonJulian, both cursed into walking the earth forever.
Turn the lights out, spark a candle, stand in front of the mirror and say her name three times. This Western folkloredeclares that the image of Bloody Mary – said to be a mad widow, a bereaved mother or just a mad old hag – will appear in the reflection and in some variations, kill you violently orscratch your eyes out. A mainstream variation of this legend featured in the 1995 film Candy man.
Ghost are related to personnel experiences and to famous people for thefollowing reasons
1. Famous people have a higher possibility to have a unfinished experience which would to take them to become ghost
2. Famous people undergo extreme pressure incertain circumstances which would take them to hate and that to revenge that could be unfinished and they could seek it n the next life
3. The need to give the last goodbye to a p
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