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Ian Topham
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Are there any long term affects of having a 'strange/paranormal' experience?  Have you had a paranormal experience?  If so, did it change your opinions or views on the paranormal and any other aspects of your life?

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Re: Experiences

I only had one odd happening (UFO-related experiences aside) which I've already related, namely a single object (a cassette tape) disappearing from a locker in my study only to reappear a few hours later, after frantic searches failed to turn up anything. I do not know if it was paranormal but since I was home alone at the time it was surely very strange.

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Re: Experiences

I've recounted my experience of a ghost in Muncaster before, but to be honest, eventhough the other investigators said I had the look of terror on my face just after the encounter, I don't think I actually had fealt some kind of fear of realistaion of what happened until a few days later when I started to give it serious thought.

I don't think the experience had any effects on my views regarding ghosts or how to investigate them.  It probably helped keept me in the field and interested in the subject though.



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