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The overwhelming consensus of science is that ghosts do not exist. Their existence is impossible to falsify, and ghost hunting has been classified as pseudoscience.

Despite centuries of investigation, there is no scientific evidence that any location is inhabited by spirits of the dead Research has indicated that ghost sightings may be related to degenerative brain diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease.

Besides denoting the human spirit or soul, both of the living and the deceased, the Old English word is used as a synonym of Latin spiritus also in the meaning of “breath” or “blast” from the earliest attestations (9th century).

It could also denote any good or evil spirit, such as angels and demons; the Anglo-Saxon gospel refers to the demonic possession of Matthew 12:43 as se unclæna gast.

Historically, certain toxic and psychoactive plants, whose use has long been associated with necromancy and the underworld; have been shown to contain anticholinergic compounds that are pharmacologically linked to dementia (specifically DLB) as well as histological patterns of neurodegeneration. Older reports linked carbon monoxide poisoning to ghost-like hallucinations.

Man claims spotting strange ghostly figure in medieval castle

A father and son taking photographs of a medieval castle claim to have spotted extremely mysterious figure when they looked back at the images. SCROLL DOWN FOR PICTURES-VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED Jon Wickes, 50, was helping his 12-year-old son, Harry with his homework, and had visited Eynsford Castle in Kent to find out about its history. While taking pictures of the grounds of the castle, Jon managed to capture an unexplained figure , shrouded in a black cloak, standing in the background. Jon hired a paranormal…

Man haunted by ‘ghost baby’ takes heart-dropping photograph

Many people have had the subconscious feeling or imagination that they're being watched, or heard things at night which run riot in their mind. SCROLL DOWN FOR PICTURES- VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED However, one man appears absolutely convinced he's being haunted by the ghost of a demonic baby and has thousands of people captivated by his storytelling. Adam Ellis, from New York, began tweeting about the incident a few months ago, and shared his experiences of spooky dreams in which a devilish ghost baby with a dented head…