Ghosts of the Sea  

rm_Ptalk1155 35M
3428 posts
3/24/2006 10:41 pm

Last Read:
3/26/2006 10:48 pm

Ghosts of the Sea

So I'm watching this thing on the Titanic today, and I had an interesting thought. Did you ever notice that on any of these diving expeditions to lost wrecks to investigate them, there's always some kind of weirdness that goes on? Like, a hurricane suddenly springs up and heads their way, or the submersible stops working until the last day of the trip?

I wonder if that's not evidence of ghosts/paranormal activity and the theory of a lifestream, wherein all souls go to and from a sort of energy stream that flows throughout the planet. Is it possible that when people start poking their noses around what is the equivalent of a gravesite, the energy from the souls that perished there is disrupted and causes all kinds of weirdness?

Probably crazy speculation I'm sure, but, you gotta wonder, why does so much bad luck surround these places?

caressmewell 55F

3/25/2006 6:16 am

This is an interesting thought..

tillerbabe 57F

3/25/2006 9:53 pm

Tallskinnyguy- I think you are absolutely right!!!

saddletrampsk 55F

3/26/2006 8:51 am

Im afraid of ghosts..hold me tight baby..

frogger1995 40F

3/26/2006 4:10 pm

I never heard that but I completely beleive in the paranormal.

rm_Ptalk1155 35M
3450 posts
3/26/2006 10:48 pm

Fly: Aye, it is.

Caress: That it is.

Nah: I don't agree entirely. I think in some situations perhaps, but I believe it's mostly fear of the unknown.

Tills: I don't know if I'm absolutely right, but probably pretty close. As a firefighter, you probably find yourself frequently near the site of recently deceased people, do you ever notice a difference in the environment?

Saddle: *holds, takes the opportunity to fondle unabashedly*

Frogger: I find it hard not to believe in the paranormal myself, even as a science-oriented person.

Become a member to create a blog