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I've removed the category "Parapsychology" because this seems to be more in the strain of traditional ghost folklore than anything that has been subject to scientific investigation.
If there are reliable sources in the parapsychological literature showing that any rigorous investigations have been performed, then we should put it back but also mention the investigations. --TS 14:21, 4 January 2009 (UTC)
I think I was touched by a spirit. Details in the following text.
I don't think that cold spots are a bad paranormal investigation tactic, as, well, this is a very true happening, and, yeah. Um, it was winter time, yay, and, well, I was all warm, and cozy, with my nice coat on, and everything. Now, as I'm just settling in my seat, during the ride, I just mind my own business, and my neck is covered, this whole time. And, anyways, nobody is behind me, and, all of a sudden, I feel cold energy, um, in the form of a hand, right on the back of my neck. I tell the passenger next to me to stop trying to scare me. But, he wasn't - he was reading a book, was physically too far from me (I could still feel the really cold hand on my neck! I am not making it up!), and, nobody behind me could ever have put their hand on the back of my neck. Also, another important piece of evidence is, well, that I didn't feel my coat moving, when feeling this hand. So, in all honesty, I think that cold spots are a great way of seeing if it's paranormal, or not.
For example, if you know that it's physically impossible for the air to be cold, and you feel a cold spot, somewhere, well, you might not be imagining it.
Hello. For a class project my friend and I have to edit this article and beef it up with more facts. We've made a couple edits already. If they aren't up to par, please message me about it instead of deleting it in the interest of not jeopardizing our grades.
It is correct that cold spots are air contained within an invisible bubble which they believe to be the ghost itself? This is a rather narrow and improbably interpretation. Isn't the conventional view simply that cold spots indicate paranormal activity, and that there are several theories for the reason?Royalcourtier (talk) 20:43, 29 March 2014 (UTC)