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Mary

I do believe! My husband's great grandfather used to visit us when we lived in their house. It wasn't scary actually...I found it comforting. Is that a shadow in that stairwell?

dispack

Yes, I'll ashamedly admit, I "kinda" believe! :)

EG CameraGirl , Canada

I think there are many things humans still do not understand so I keep an open mind about ghosts. I have never seen one...but once I did smell my grandfather's pipe many, many years after he died. My imagination may have been playing with my mind, nevertheless I felt comforted.

carol

I don't know if I do or not but my maternal Great Grandmother, by all accounts a very sensible woman, once lived in a haunted house. I do know that I'd like to go on a ghost walk someday, I rather expect I'd be a bit "jumpy" though.

ann

Indeed, I do believe. Wouldn't that a great blog: Ghosts stories? Probably already exists. The lighting in your photo is perfect. Glad so see that you getting to know the city. One my high school chums has or had an art gallery in Galveston. I don't know if she is in business. She is a former Miss Colorado. Have a fun week end.

Barb

I've never seen a ghost, but strange things happened in the house I lived in at the farm. So I have an open mind about them.

Lois Evensen

Surely there are happenings we can't explain. Many people call those things ghosts. :)

TexWisGirl

i believe in spirits, sure. if we believe in the soul, how can we not?

Carver

It does look like there is an apparition in the top right of the shot. Cool shot.

merle turner

I keep an open mind about all things, there have been times when something has happened that I can't account for.
Merle....

Tricia

I agree, there's a lot of things that can't be explained... I'm not sure I believe or not... I just can't make up my mind... I'm like you, tho, I'm not here to dispute what ppl say they've seen... If someone I trust experienced something that couldn't be explained, then I'd have to say I believe.

Tricia

I have to admit, too, tho, that I pray I never experience anything in my own home, because I don't believe God would give me a home that I'd be scared in!

Marie-AZ

Ghost tours can be fun. Not sure I see anything on the stairs though.

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