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Is it offensive for ghost hunters to dig into others families pasts and accuse some dead person of haunting them?

 
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Is it offensive for ghost hunters to dig into others families pasts and accuse some dead person of haunting them?
The long dead person and even entire families cannot defend themselves from slander.
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05/24/2019 12:37 PM
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Re: Is it offensive for ghost hunters to dig into others families pasts and accuse some dead person of haunting them?
If the family gave permission not offensive imo but still dumb to not expect any possible hauntings afterwards
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Re: Is it offensive for ghost hunters to dig into others families pasts and accuse some dead person of haunting them?
If the family gave permission not offensive imo but still dumb to not expect any possible hauntings afterwards
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Most families do not "give permission" especially when someone digs up an old black and white family photo and points at some little girl and claims, "thats her, thats the girl that is bothering me."
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05/24/2019 12:43 PM
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Re: Is it offensive for ghost hunters to dig into others families pasts and accuse some dead person of haunting them?

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Re: Is it offensive for ghost hunters to dig into others families pasts and accuse some dead person of haunting them?

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I think that guy has been widely debunked. Even on youtube.
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Re: Is it offensive for ghost hunters to dig into others families pasts and accuse some dead person of haunting them?
If the family gave permission not offensive imo but still dumb to not expect any possible hauntings afterwards
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77286179


Most families do not "give permission" especially when someone digs up an old black and white family photo and points at some little girl and claims, "thats her, thats the girl that is bothering me."
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If this is all you have to worry about? You're doing very, very well.
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Re: Is it offensive for ghost hunters to dig into others families pasts and accuse some dead person of haunting them?
If the family gave permission not offensive imo but still dumb to not expect any possible hauntings afterwards
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77286179


Most families do not "give permission" especially when someone digs up an old black and white family photo and points at some little girl and claims, "thats her, thats the girl that is bothering me."
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Good point OP. It is disrespectful to the dead to say the least.
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Re: Is it offensive for ghost hunters to dig into others families pasts and accuse some dead person of haunting them?
The long dead person and even entire families cannot defend themselves from slander.
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They cannot sue either. That is key. LOL.
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Re: Is it offensive for ghost hunters to dig into others families pasts and accuse some dead person of haunting them?
If the family gave permission not offensive imo but still dumb to not expect any possible hauntings afterwards
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77286179


Most families do not "give permission" especially when someone digs up an old black and white family photo and points at some little girl and claims, "thats her, thats the girl that is bothering me."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77675703


Good point OP. It is disrespectful to the dead to say the least.
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Most people want to know. THat way they understand what they are dealing with. I bet lots say go ahead and don't complain about it until later.
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Re: Is it offensive for ghost hunters to dig into others families pasts and accuse some dead person of haunting them?
If the family gave permission not offensive imo but still dumb to not expect any possible hauntings afterwards
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77286179


Most families do not "give permission" especially when someone digs up an old black and white family photo and points at some little girl and claims, "thats her, thats the girl that is bothering me."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77675703


Good point OP. It is disrespectful to the dead to say the least.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78213984


Most people want to know. THat way they understand what they are dealing with. I bet lots say go ahead and don't complain about it until later.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 69098086


It is all guesswork, attributing "haunting" to some little girl from the 1800s is almost abusive.





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