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This quote from Louis L’Amour resonated with me on many levels.
Yes, if you believe quantum theories about parallel realities, it’s easy to see a connection with the Mandela Effect.
But, as a ghost hunter I wonder: What if some ghosts aren’t dead at all?
I’ve speculated about this before.
So have other ghost hunters, though they may not be as outspoken as I am. (Rosemary Guiley was among them.)
Many times, it’s seemed to me that what we detect as a ghost is actually alive and well… but in a parallel reality. Perhaps a world that – in our reality – is in our past.
It’s a complex tangle to consider, because we’d have to dismiss our usual views of time and how it flows.
Despite that, many of us have had ghostly encounters that can’t be explained any other way. It’s not just the entity that we sense at the haunted site, but an entire realm.
I’m not sure that explains the recurring procession of Anne Boleyn (headless or not) in the Chapel Royal of St. Peter ad Vincula.
However, there are many other examples that suggest we’re not witnessing anything ghostly, but something that’s happening at that very moment, and – for reasons unknown – its resonance is affecting us in a different timeline.
Is this a radical idea? Yes. But, obviously, others have considered it, too. Including author Louis L’Amour.
I believe people will consider with increasing seriousness as we understand the quirks of quantum forces, and how they intersect with paranormal encounters.