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These are some odd facts about ghosts, some may be true, some may be false

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These are some odd facts about ghosts, some may be true, some may be false. -Ghosts want to be noticed. -Ghosts have no sense of time. -Often they do not know they are dead. ...read more.

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-They can leave behind scents such as perfume. -They can make audible sounds. -They use both our and their own energy to move things. -They usually appear as intense balls of light called orbs that are neon blue or violet. ...read more.

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-Ghosts can read your thoughts. -Ghosts retain all the memories and emotions of their lives. -Ghosts tend to be temperamental. -If a ghost was an idiot while alive, it is most likely they are an idiot as a ghost. -Ghosts do not sleep. -Most ghosts can't or won't hurt you. More information can be found by searching 'ghosts' or something like that into any search engine. ...read more.

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