Haunting Headlines: Halloween Edition

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With Halloween just a day away there are a slew of spooky stories on the web. Here are a few of my favorites. Enjoy!

Cape Coral Man Looks for Water Spirits
News-Press.com
October 29, 2012

“A ghost hunter since his 20s, Ehrlich has commandeered a niche on underwater investigations. His team uses knowledge of paleontology, maritime archeology and forensic recovery. Ehrlich estimates he has debunked a hundred ghosts for every one he authenticates.”

A Broker to Sell Your Haunted Home
Fox Business
October 30, 2012

“Cindi Hagley, a Prudential real estate broker who sells homes in San Francisco, has organized a team of ministers, priests, psychics, and mediums to help sellers get the most value from their spook-infested homes.”

‘Ghost Tourism’ Drawing Visitors to Former US Base
Philstar.com
October 30, 2012

“The old abandoned hospital, the trio of pine trees known as Tres Marias, the Lily Hill and the old cemetery. These are places in this former US military base that gave rise to what some local folk have described as ‘ghost tourism.’”

Do You Believe in Ghosts? Readers Tell Their Stories
The Salt Lake Tribune
October 29, 2012

“Our Halloween season ‘Ghosts in the city’ story, published in The Mix section on Oct. 26, prompted emails and comments from readers who do believe. Here’s a sampling.”

Milwaukee Station Has Firefighters Seeing Ghosts
Firehouse.com
October 29, 2012

“A poll found that 48% of Americans believe in ghosts, and increasingly that includes the Milwaukee firefighters working at quite possibly haunted Engine House 35.”

What Does it Mean When You See a Ghost?
Journal Sentinel Online
October 29, 2012

“Now, a lot of folks waste their breath arguing for or against the existence of a spirit world. Can’t be proven. Can’t be disproven. What I find more interesting is what seeing ghosts tells us about the nature and limits of human perception.”

Have a happy Halloween everyone!

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