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Let'em shit post, they're not fucking up the ghost story, boogeyman mythology, or space fake threads.
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did OP ever fix his haunted problem
>>8 (OP) 
speaking of anons with haunted problems, whatever happened to the anon from 8chan /x/ who one day lost his entire identity? The one who tried to go to work one day only for his workplace to say they didn't know him, his landlord not recognising him, and getting himself checked in as a john doe?
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First post here, IIRC he posted weeks later, he checked himself to the hospital if they could identify him and at some point doctors found some lumps in his brain, probably a tumor.
I don't recall if he was identified and then given treatment or something but he deduced he had lost his bird due to his brain not connecting some data.

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For years now I've always been curious about ghosts and if they ever existed. I've seen tons of videos and stories claiming that they have seen a real ghost or paranormal activity occuring in different areas or places, but most of them seem too vague to be real or are obviously fake. Are there any confirmed cases or experiences of ghosts and their existence? If so, what do you think they are or how ever does one become a ghost and be able to interact with the world of the living?
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>>145 (OP) 
Would you mind moving the conversation to the other ghost thread?
There's no reason to have multiple threads for essentially the same topic and split what little interaction this board has into even smaller groups.

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Something that struck me was was a vid of a "ghost interview" where the (of course highly accredited) ghost hunter used some kind of electronic tool to communicate with the spirit.
He asked the ghost a series of Yes-No questions, with "Yes" being marked by a spike on the tool's sensor, while "No" was the absence thereof.
As a further bit of info, the supposed ghost was that of a previous tenant of the building, who had died about two decades earlier.

Long story short, one of the questions by the ghost hunter was "Are you dead?", which provoked no response. The immediate follow-up  was "Are we dead?", which caused the instrument to light up like a Christmas tree.

Leaving aside the possibility that the vid was pure bogus like 99% of the alleged ghost hunter vids, I think the multiverse theory is fairly plausible. The interesting question would be whether or not multiple universes and/or realities could overlap to the point that entities from one universe could partially manifest in another universe; if only in areas where the respective 'border' was thin enough.
I highly doubt they come from different universes. I think ghost are just trapped souls who were punished or cursed to not arrive on heaven.

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In every culture, there is always a Boogeyman like figure that will snatch misbehaving children away from their families at night. They go by many names such as Tili Tili Bom but each tale seems to have similarities between each other despite vast differences in both culture and location of tales told. This thread is made to discuss these folklore and general discussion of each of these bogeymen-esque creatures.

Song of Tili-Tili Bom: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDMmj5WgB8c
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>>26 (OP) 
I actually posted a bunch of folklore characters in the /x/ dump.
But in researches I've found that La Madremonte is a beast of a boogyman, will literally eat your children if you don't teach them to respect nature, murder you if you catch her bathing and have lustful thoughts. and will brain fuck you if you even think about hurting a wildlife creature.

She's pretty amazing
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>>26 (OP) 
Ultimately, parents of all nations and cultures need something to scare their children into being well-behaved an obedient.

It's curious how her killing you if you catch her bathing resembles the old story of Artemis killing Actaeon when he caught her skinny-dipping. Even if in her case, she did not so much directly kill him as that she turned him into a stag and saw him torn to pieces by his own hunting dog.

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