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Can the Internet be haunted?
Dem
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10-12-2018 12:10 AM

 



Post: #1
Can the Internet be haunted?
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There has been cases of alleged EVP, and images of apparently deceased people communicating via a TV showing themselves moving around.

Yet I personally have not heard of haunting or interference by the non living or non physical entities via the Internet, using this specific platform has a method of communication with the living.

So could if this is possible a forum receive communication from deceased people?
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LoP Guest
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10-12-2018 12:13 AM

 



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RE: Can the Internet be haunted?
lol I only talk to dead people online. Jhikpghf
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10-12-2018 12:14 AM

 



Post: #3
RE: Can the Internet be haunted?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-12-2018 12:13 AM)
lol I only talk to dead people online. Jhikpghf

Yep.....
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Lakeofmarch
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10-12-2018 12:15 AM

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RE: Can the Internet be haunted?




TV screens have a lot of particles just waiting to be excited by something passing by.. there is quite a science and an art to giving just the stuff you want the precise vibrational medium by which to manifest, internet, mind, or physical. As for the dead, whaddayawanna know? Is the answer to your question worth the trouble it would take? Because No, is the answer you're going to get more than 90% of the time.

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RE: Can the Internet be haunted?
Dem  Wrote: (10-12-2018 12:10 AM)
There has been cases of alleged EVP, and images of apparently deceased people communicating via a TV showing themselves moving around.

Yet I personally have not heard of haunting or interference by the non living or non physical entities via the Internet, using this specific platform has a method of communication with the living.

So could if this is possible a forum receive communication from deceased people?

Hmmmm. I know a few people on here post when they are posessed by liquid spirits.
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Uppity Me
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10-12-2018 12:15 AM

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Post: #6
RE: Can the Internet be haunted?
Is this forum haunted
there's people in here who have died

Quote:Les pauvres n'ont-ils des Euros ?
Alors laissez les pauvres 'sh*t' dans les rues
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RE: Can the Internet be haunted?
a text message is locked up in a cache of an imsi catcher in a cop car.the guy dies.a cop grabs a car from a pool that hasnt been run for six months and clears the cache.immediately these are dumped onto the local cellphone network.then granny gets a text from her dead hubby.
thats how it works.highway patrols have the next level,stingray.this is internet.so if you get a late emsil,its because of state cops.
but a nice story of ghost in the local paper.its just cops violating your civil liberties.
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Dem
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10-12-2018 12:24 AM

 



Post: #8
RE: Can the Internet be haunted?
Utilise the circuits of a computer to communicate via a specific computer perhaps? After all the Internet is a vast array of servers is it not?
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Lakeofmarch
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10-12-2018 12:29 AM

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Post: #9
RE: Can the Internet be haunted?
I imagine parts of it are connected to very, very strange stuff. So it is both a problem and an opportunity that nobody knows you're a dog.

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They will find many armies to test them, but none to resist.
They will come in their shining ships to conquer and destroy,
Barbarians of gold and feathers and serpents of fire.
-Aztec Century-
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Son Calenda,Grupo Juarez
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-NO8DO-
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10-12-2018 12:31 AM

 



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RE: Can the Internet be haunted?
I thought someone haunted a pc once... but it was not.
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Dem
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10-12-2018 12:36 AM

 



Post: #11
RE: Can the Internet be haunted?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-12-2018 12:31 AM)
I thought someone haunted a pc once... but it was not.

Well much more is unseen than what is seen... perhaps even having the ability of unseen forces using a conventional keyboard to communicate....
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RE: Can the Internet be haunted?
I say.
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