Friday, October 17, 2008

Ghosts Drown Sorrows In Water

NEWCASTLE, England (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – There’s something in the water, and it may be a ghost.

Ghosts usually haunt old houses and buildings, but paranormal researcher Dean Maynard says some of the spookiest spirits may be lingering at the bottom of the ocean.

He believes ghosts are capable of haunting bodies of water, especially sites of horrific, deadly shipwrecks like the Titanic.

Although skeptics could argue that ghosts are afraid of water, Maynard believes spirits could easily travel through H20, finding refuge in the crevices of old, underwater shipwrecks.

This means there could be an entire spirit world living in the depths of the ocean that humans know nothing about.

Maynard believes that if there’s enough “sadness and torture,” ghosts can haunt anywhere, including sites of their sinking.

Though he’s never seen a water ghost himself, Maynard knows of a case where two men hunting for the Loch Ness Monster saw the ghost of a woman coming out of the water.

He’s also heard of a phantom fisherman haunting Lake Superior, and of paranormal activity around the oceans of the Bermuda Triangle.

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