Monday, August 12, 2013

Why Aren't Operational Hospitals Haunted? by Chad Stambaugh

I heard this on the radio a few days ago during a morning show that occasionally I listen to. As they happened to be talking a bit about scary subjects, ghosts, spirits and such.  So on this Monday morning they were talking about ghosts and how/why these wandering spirits get to show up in certain places, trapped for unknown or uncertain reasons. Let’s say someone is assassinated in his house. That’s a violent death and his ghost will allegedly haunt this place, trapped forever (or not?) in our realm.  Maybe it’s in the owner’s head, maybe it’s real, but that’s a problem for another day.  Let’s assume here that all of this is real, for a second. What about hospitals?  Hundreds; if not thousands of people die in there every year, many of them die of violent death or not, but all of them will die of sickness, car accidents, you name it.

How come the hospitals are not totally full of ghosts from all these people dying one after another over the years?  I’m going to admit that I didn’t search much about it on my own, but I can’t remember anything I’ve ever read all over the years that had to do with people experiencing something that had to do with ghosts / hauntings in an operational hospital. Is it because the lights are always on? They turn the lights off in your room at night, yet no one has ever seen any ghost behind the curtains or in the room’s bathroom. The night staff never complains or talks about stories of the other side?  In some of the research I’ve down, I’ve never heard of any patients seeing shadow people or shadows period.  So does anyone out there have an explanation of this that you can enlighten us with?   Did you ever think about this?  Let me know what you think!

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