Talk:Ghosts in English-speaking cultures

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No discussions since October 2011[edit]

A "Merge from" template ({{Merge from|Ghost#Terminology|date=October 2011}}) has been placed in the Ghosts in English-speaking cultures#Terminology section since the 31st of October 2011 by User:Dbachmann with this edit difference. More than two and a half years have passed since then with no discussions arising. Maybe time is arrived to remove this template.   M aurice  07:48, 3 April 2014 (UTC)

you mean, to finally merge this long-standing {{duplication}} into Ghost? If so, please be my guest. The Ghost article does and should discuss English terminology. If this becomes too lengthy, there can be a discussion of "Ghost (terminology)" or something. But it will not do to discuss the English terminology on "ghosts" in an article pretending to be about "ghosts in English-speaking cultures". What does this even mean? This kind of stretches from Beowulf to Hollywood, and thus completely lacks any recognizable topical scope other that "Ghosts". --dab (𒁳) 10:31, 3 April 2014 (UTC)