Does Culture Cultivate the Belief in Ghosts

     Culture and Environment impacts how an individual perceives things around them. But does it also create the atmosphere for believing, or disbelieving, in paranormal phenomena such as Ghosts?    On episode 97 of the Mysterious Matters Podcast, Colin Dickey shares his research into; Does culture play a significant role into whether an individual has a belief system that nurtures or hinders the perception of ghostly apparitions.  


TOPICS TOUCHED ON

► How did growing up mere miles from one of the most haunted homes in America, the Winchester Mystery House, impact Colin’s life and the viewpoints he has on Ghosts/Haunted Environments

► Is there any evidence supporting the belief that one or more spectral tormentors were visiting Sarah Winchester

► Are ghostly apparitions an actual event of Paranormal Phenomena or is it a bored mind playing tricks in order to keep itself entertained

► Are most Haunted locations more of a tourist trap than they are a place where Paranormal Activity is found; Especially those claiming to house the spectral image of celebrities such as Marilyn Monroe

► Are most Haunted locations more of a tourist trap than they are a place where Paranormal Activity is found

► Do ghost stories change as culture and environment changes

► Are certain towns/cities more open about their Haunted Heritage than others

► Are most Haunted locations more of a tourist trap than they are a place where Paranormal Activity is found

► Late-night Spectral Hitchhikers

These and much more await you on this 97 episode of Mysterious Matters

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