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  1. The subject of ghosts has always been an interesting one for me. Not only because of how others react, feel, or believe/disbelieve in ghosts but also for how encounters or situations can be interpreted differently by thoses people involved. I myself feel the idea of ghosts can be divided into a few groups: that of spirits, as in beings that have never had a body and that more often than not have a negative effect over the living. Then there is the impressions or memory left by those who died, not so much the actual ghost of the deceased but more a strong emotional 'imprint' left behind. Perhaps in more rare situations it may actually be a loved one being allowed to come back to deliver a message or bring comfort. Then, finally, there is the deception of the senses that bring one to believe there's something there when there's not. These I believe can all be true interpretations of ghosts and to their existence. Yet, understandably, it is not always clear or easy to tell what a person is experiencing is one of the above, hence why there is so much disagreement and varying opinions on this subject.
  2. The Ghosts of Canterlot Castle "Ah, welcome one and all. So glad you could make it to our little tour of Canterlot Castle. I hope you're all in good spirits. Now, please step lively, we don't want to lose anyone on the tour. No telling how lost you could get in these old hallways, or just what might be lurking in the cobwebbed corners. Well, there might be some telling, but of course it's mostly old stories and legends of the castle's history. And Canterlot Castle has quite a lot of history behind it. "You'll feel quite a lot of cold drafts here, but that's quite common in these old castles. The wind seems to fly right through the joints and mortar, and there's very little in the way of insulation. But there are those who say that icy chill creeping down your spine is the spirit of poor little Cozy Glow. Over a hundred years ago a little moppet of a foal once pranced through this halls; an orphan pitied by the princess and taken under her wing. But this orphan's adorable curls and big eyes hid something sinister. The princess always took ill whenever she dined with her pupil, and one day she grew so sick she couldn't raise the sun. It was during this darkness that a blizzard iced the kingdom over, and Cozy found herself locked outside with no one able to hear her cries over the howling gales. And so perished Cozy Glow; frozen to death in a storm as dark and cold as her heart. Every now and then you'll see a phantom foal wandering the halls, chilled blue to the bone and begging for warmth. "But let's turn our minds away from such dreary affairs, and instead look upon these magnificent bedrooms. These serve as guestrooms for any visitors to the castle. This one, here, however, once served a very unwelcome visitor. It was centuries ago that our city fell to the invading Changeling Army led by Queen Chrysalis. She overtook the castle and threw the princess in the dungeon, and for a time lived quite comfortably in Canterlot. But while the queen was enjoying herself, her subjects struggled to eke out a living in the city. Success had spoiled Chrysalis and made her deaf to their pleas for assistance. This of course led to the great Changeling Revolution, which I'm sure you all learned in school. Queen Chrysalis met her end on a chopping block, and the ax swung not by an enemy, but one of her own changelings. Ponies who stay in this room claim to hear her screams of fury, howled in the night by a head hastily sewn back on with thread. "We'll take a short detour through the dungeons to get the west wing where I'll show you our magnificent ballroom. Mind the cobwebs, and do be careful of any rodents; remember they're more afraid of you than you are of them. Nothing to be afraid of here. Well, there was at one time, but that was long, long ago. Some of you may recall learning about Lord Tirek, who came to Equestria with the goal of pilfering all of our magic. He would have gotten away with it had it not been for his brother Scorpan warning the princesses, but subduing him did not come easy. He was locked in these very dungeons, chained and under guard until he could be tried, but suffered an untimely death from what we now believe to be poisonous mold. Oh, don't worry, we've long since taken care of it. Lord Tirek is a different matter, however. They say you can hear him marching through the castle, his chains clanking deep into the night..."
  3. As the title says,Do you believe in ghosts/creepy stuff/paranormal activities,And have you encountered it before?
  4. I will probably get panned for this, but in my experiences that I have had, there are some things that I couldn't explain away. By natural I'm a very Vulcan-level individual. For those who don't get the Star Trek reference, I'm very logical-minded. I try to explore every angle of something before I come to a conclusion. And this is a thread for those who have had Paranormal Experiences. My first post will be long, but it is one of my most prominent stories, and it is about Shadow People. For those who do not know what a Shadow person is, visit here: Now, on to the story: About six or seven years ago, when I lived in TN there was a state park not too far from my apartment. I enjoyed going there to hike as well as visit the playground. Now I was in my mid-twenties and I would always go there when the kids were either in school, or it was just before dusk and no one was there. I liked the swing-set, it holds nostalgia for me. So, when I would go, I'd take my headphones and sit on the swings. These were tall swings, not those short squatty things only meant for 6 to 8 year olds. These were tall enough that an adult could comfortably fit in them and swing. I know it sounds childish, but I enjoyed the wind in my hair, listening to my music and it taking me back to as simpler time. I'll repeat that I never went when kids were there, that would just be... weird. Anyway, I enjoyed going there so much that when a friend from KY decided to visit, I took her there. It was just after sundown, and nighttime was my favourite time to be out there. We got to the swing-set and just began chatting it up about our usual nerd things and enjoying ourselves. After being there for about 20 to 30 minutes I notice something walking towards us. It's a silhouette of what appears to be a man of about 5 ft 8 to 6 ft tall. A shadow figure that began to approach us out of the darkness. Now this swing-set is situated about 12 to 15 yards away from one of those "shelters" they call them. Just an overhang roof with four wooden posts with benches and tables underneath them on a concrete platform. Next to it is the public metal/iron BBQ grill that they have set up with a charcoal pit. You know, these are the areas were park goers can throw a kids birthday party, or have a family get together and whatnot. Next to it is a light pole. It is on at this time, as it is dark. My friend at this point begins to get nervous. I tell her to just not acknowledge him and keep talking. At first I was thinking it could be a policeman or a park ranger about to ask us what the hell we were doing out here. Since we weren't doing or carrying anything illegal, it didn't bother me. But watching out of the corner of my eye and talking to my friend to keep her calm, this thing began approaching even closer, and though it's legs were moving in a walking fashion, it was so smooth it almost appeared to be gliding. It was at this point that my gut really began raising the red flags and I suddenly got suspicious. If it was a policeman or a ranger, they would have said something by now because we were certainly within earshot. My friend turns to me again, voice shaking, saying she is getting uncomfortable. I said to keep ignoring them, and that I'd protect her. I assured her about the butterfly knife in my pocket and it seemed to ease her a bit. Then the thing began walking again, and approached the pool of light that the pole was giving off. As it stepped into the circle of light, a pit began to open up in my stomach and my protective nature flared. Nothing on this shadow figure lit up. Even standing under the light, it still remained a black mass, shaped like a man. No features were describable and it was just a pitch black thing. Another odd thing to note is that it stood stock still. There was no rustle of clothes or hair in the wind on this figure, no shifting on the feet, no movement of hands, nothing. Instantly, I made up my mind on the thought that had been nagging me for the past two minutes: Shadow-person.My friend didn't have to say much as she asked me if we could please leave, and I agreed that was a good idea. We slowly stood up and began walking towards the path that made a wide berth around the shelter. Taking this path put the shelter between us and this thing. I made sure to also put myself between it, and my friend. She practically cowered on my side, clutching my arm. I told her to keep talking to me as normal, don't acknowledge it, and keep looking at me, just act as if you're conversing with me. I persuaded her to talk about a show she was very fond of at the time, and it kept her distracted as we walked. Every few moments as we semi-circled around it on this path, I would turn my head only slightly and look to the parking lot as if searching for my car. I used this opportunity to cut my eyes to the side and watch it, to make sure it didn't start following us. What I did notice, was that it's head ever so slowly began to follow us. Like the slow movement of an oscillating fan. It kept up with our pace. I tightened my grip on my butterfly knife in my jacket pocket and we as naturally as possible quickened our pace just enough to where we got back to the car without incident. I realise that a knife would do nothing against a Shadow-person, but it was what made my friend feel better, and it kept me grounded. It never moved towards us, it just stood there, stock still, only it's head turning to follow us. My friend opened the door the moment my car unlocked and she closed it behind her, locked it and gripped the sides of the seat. I slid in nonchalantly, and started the car, put it in reverse, then drove out as per normal. Making no indication that we were running or panicked. Again, I didn't feel whatever that was, was human. It didn't feel human, and I've dealt with the Paranormal before. So, while I didn't feel terribly frightened, my friend was terrified. Besides the very clipped conversation we had about it on the short ride back to the apartment, to my knowledge my friend never spoke of it again to anyone. I have since lost touch with her, as our lives ended up taking us in different directions and I haven't talked to her since. There were two reasons I didn't feel frightened that night. One was that I felt I needed to protect my terrified friend, and secondly, I've dealt with Shadow-people before. I have another, but I will save it for another post. What are everyone's thoughts? And have you or someone you know had a Paranormal experience or encounter? If so, please share! While we will have discussions on what it could or could not have been, please do not make fun of, insult or be condescending to anyone. I am making a place for people to seriously talk about their experiences, emotions and instincts on situations that they have encountered. Extra: If you do have any supernatural type questions, please feel free to contact me! While I am not official recognised by any "official" religious order, I am part of a group of practising Pagans who worship and perform either together or individually. Such as, I was appointed the High Priest of my order and have become a confidant and adviser to my group and general community.
  5. Now I don't mean horror horror like genuinely frightening.. But how do you guys feel about horror themed episodes. Like zombie ponies. ( Within the bounds of the shows demographic I mean. No flesh eating. Make the ponies glow unnatural colors then do something silly to another pony to spread it ) Horror conventions and tropes that have been used in a lot of kids cartoons before, but with enough cuteness to counterbalance and keep it silly and fun.
  6. Does anyone have any urban legends from their own country that they’d like to share? They can be scary, funny, stupidly mundane, etc. As someone who’s training to be a psychologist, I find things like these to be interesting, and it gives me an insight into how the people of the country think (eg. what they find to be frightening/funny compared to other countries). I’ll begin with an urban legend from my own country just to get things started. If the thread takes off, I’ll share more. The urban legend that I’ll talk about is a well-known one that comes from my own country of Northern Ireland (different from Ireland, I assure you). I attend a university called Queen’s University in Belfast, and the university has several buildings. For example, there’s the main Lanyon Building, the Teaching and Learning Centre, etc. The buildings that I’ll be talking about are the David Keir Building (DKB) and the Ashby Building. Across from the DKB, there is a graveyard known as the Friar’s Bush Graveyard. The graveyard is the site of a mass grave filled with bodies from a cholera epidemic, to the point where a mound can be seen in the centre. Those who approach this mound are said to experience the sensation of hands touching them and clawing at their clothes. Now, beneath the DKB, there is a maintenance tunnel. This tunnel stretches from the DKB to the nearby Ashby Building, and it runs adjacent to the graveyard. To this day, there is not a single staff member in that university who will willingly go down into that tunnel alone, and many absolutely refuse to. Those who have been down there attest to the fact that the tunnel, in some areas, becomes unnaturally cold. Voices can be heard, things can be seen, and perhaps most compellingly, the same sensations of the hands that can be experienced in the graveyard can be experienced in the maintenance tunnel. As for what the people saw down there, nobody knows. I personally don’t believe in ghosts, but I have to wonder what they saw, or what they thought they saw, that was so traumatising that they refuse to speak about it.
  7. This question has been nagging me for awhile now, I have to ask it. Can the Dead Men of Dunharrow, these guys: be threatened by any other weapons? Is their curse specifically dealing with the one heir wielding the sword of Isildur, meaning that only he may command and interact with them? Does that mean that no other magical weapons that have been shown to be capable of threatening the undead or spiritual entities, such as the Keyblade from the Kingdom Hearts video game series and the Dragonslayer from Berserk, will work? I don't know if there are other magical weapons within the realm of LOTR that will work, as I can't seem to find any mention of such a thing.
  8. hello everypony OzSNIPEoZ here and i'm recruiting Brony's that are good at call of duty Ghosts for the ps3, if your interested in joing up with my team, named (My Little Brony) pm me or wright your info below hope to see you fellow brony's on and ready to game
  9. steelhoof

    Ask Me #1

    Yeah, i figured a good way to reach out to the community as well as improve myself and my character is to let you guys ask me questions. i'll take all, and the best ones i'll make into a video. you may ask me or my newest associate, Tails Doll 2.0. feel free and ask away! Link to T.D.2:
  10. My first Retrospect Video! this one's about fluttershy's dream and the Walk
  11. So, after I have begun watching Most Haunted on Youtube, it has gotten me thinking about things in my past and recent-ish events. In the past, with an ex girlfriend of mine, we decided to do some amateur 'ghost-hunting' after discovering that there were three distinct areas around my parents' house that at night time, and even during the day, that my dog when going even near them, would whimper and cower, trying to get away from them, which is odd, because he was a Golden Labrador and usually very friendly and happy. So during these 'ghost-hunting' sessions, at the first area where my dog would cower, which was a street near my parents' house, we picked up lots and lots of little white orb The second one which was my high-school oval,. we picked up not so many orbs, but they were larger and brighter ones there. And the third one, which was a small playground near my parents' house, the one where I used to go to go on the swings, smoke a cigarette and think for a while. We picked up only two orbs, but they were massive and bright red. At the time, my ex girlfriend told me that red meant evil, aggressive, which obviously freaked the hell out of me. But come to think of things from my past, what I've read on a site about orbs, I am more inclined to believe that it is: So, sadly as this was about 10 years ago, I no longer have the photos, but the white orbs were small, some even barley visible, but the red ones were rather large. I'd say about the size of a cat's head, maybe half.. How-ever, about two weeks later, I find out my ex-girlfriend had been cheating on me, using me and abusing me all along. She soon leaves me because her dad 'made' her choose between me or her cat, but I think that was a cop-out (though her dad was a right royal b@$$T@RD) it is possible I was being protected and not having evil spirits after me. Another thing, apparently, because I am not cis-gender and not with the sexual norms (I am transgender and panromantic), I am more susceptible to the spirit realm and I am more sensitive to it. So my question is, are there any other believers in the paranormal and spiritual here? Have you had any similar experiences or heard of anything?
  12. I mean real stuff you have experianced for yourself. I think I had one in an old hospital in a city near our town. It is now a bunch of offices but one I ALWAYS got a sense of dread walking through those halls. Like I would often fast walk or even run to leave. But once I saw at the end of one of the halls (they are very long halls btw) a glimps of a woman in a white dress walking into an office. It looked like she was taking a step but she kinda just floated into the office. I am sure that place is haunted.. Anyways. Your ghost stories?
  13. Hello My name Is Nova and I am looking for a (large preferably) ghosts clan to join. or if you just want to be Xbox friends just friend me at Wamphyre75 Thanks Nova out.
  14. HELLOOOOO EVERYPONY :D ! Have you smiled today already???? GOOD. Because things are going to get a little bit... Spooookie Wookie over here. Someone call Rainbow Dash! Because this is where we will share those peculiar stories of ours that very few people would dare to believe, stories that are not in any possible way beyond the stallion imagination, but surely are beyond comprehension. Spooky Pinkie Pie Laugh Here. Without further ado, I will share a story, a story my mother claims to be the truth, a story I chose to believe in because it was as well the REASON FOR ME TO BE ALIVE HERE AND TODAY! Note: since this is a real story, I won't refer to myself as a filly in here: If you wanna skip the introduction, the actual story starts down here: All the events can be traced back to a single not so sunny Sunday, back in 1992. At those times, I was only a single year old, far from being capable of understand my surroundings or anything else besides my unstoppable desire of eating and sleeping. I do not actually remember this day, I know it happened because my mother told me: that Sunday, she was alone at home, taking care of me, probably feeding me, since, as she recalls, this whole event took place in our kitchen. My father was traveling due to business of which I have no memory of, and my ever so caring mother was feeding herself with a very simple idea: I will skip school tomorrow (she's a teacher) in order to take care of my son, this way he does not have to be left with my mother. She had already made all of the arrangements for the next Monday when it happened: My mother tells me that, while she was washing some dishes, she felt a hand touch her shoulder. It couldn't be my hand, for I couldn't even reach her knee at the time, much less her shoulder. And it couldn't be anybody else, for we were both alone at a fairly big house, which only helped my mother's ever rising fear. She turned her back and her eyes met a bald man she had never seem before, he had a warm smile and a funny pair of glasses, as she recalls. For some reason, she was not afraid of this man she never saw in her life, just startled. Later she confessed she never fully understood how she didn't actually panicked at the moment. The bald man said this exact words to my mother: "Go to school tomorrow" And that was all, he vanished right away, leaving my mother paralyzed and, according to herself, me crying at some point of the kitchen. My mother decided she'd rather obey what the voice said: so she make all the arrangements for me to be left at my grandmother's house while she'd be teaching at school the entire day. Monday came and things went as planned... Until my mother got back home to find out... Yes, exactly, our house had been assaulted during the morning: nothing was left behind: my father's then new computer, microwave stove, actual stove, fridge, clothes, EVERY THING you can imagine was taken away from the house, except what was way to big to be carried, like the piano and the wardrobe. After asking to our neighbor, he said there was a truck in front of our home, and that the man on the truck claimed that my family was moving, which made everyone's suspect's go to zero. And after the horror of seeing years of economies and lots of wedding presents being replaced by nothingness was gone, my mother could only remember of one single event: She was meant to be at the house. With a baby. God knows what would have happened if they were to find us while robbing the house. ________________ This is my supernatural story. YOUR TURN, SUPERPONY!
  15. hello everypony I'm ChickenFuzzNuts and i'm recruiting Brony's that are looking for a Brony Clan in call of duty Ghosts for the Xbox 360, if you're interested feel free to join up with my team P.S. all bronies are welcome in
  16. I'm certain many of you remember this scene from Spongebob: "And since when did I aquire all these portraits of Patrick?" Now, how about you artists alter this scene in which Patrick is replaced with Pinkie Pie and is captioned "And since when did I acquire all these portraits of Pinkie?". This should be a Fun project. I look forward to seeing what you all create.
  17. I Have created a CoD Ghosts Clan For any Brony that wants to join. Its for the PS4 I don't care how good your skills are (I Suck) The clan name is RainbowDashArmy My PsN name is Cody1Meadows Right now the only way I can figure out how to invite someone to my clan is to befriend them. You also need to have a COD account. This is my first clan so I may need a before I get the hang of it. just send me a message telling me your from the mlp fourm so I know. Thanks
  18. There have been a lot of different alternate takes on the classic novel "A Christmas Carol" where rich mizer Ebeneezer Scrooge is visited by the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future. My favorite is a two way tie between Scrooged which is this movie where this TV executive is visited by the ghosts which is not only a good take on the story but is also hilarious. A Muppet Christmas Carol is perfect in nearly every way, it is the most faithful I have seen to the original novel and has some good songs like this one which has the best version of Jacob Marley. Mickey's Christmas Carol comes in a close second for me, I especially like this scene. The sound quality sucks on the video so you will have to turn up the volume a bit to hear it.
  19. Hellooooooooo!!! Fellow Brony here trying to find a clan on Ghosts to play with fellow bronies!! It's so hard to find one x.x;;
  20. So, I've done AC4, Ghosts, GTA V and BF4, who else do I need to do? *is going to do Watch Dogs* ____ Anyway, here's a Ghosts wallpaper. Coolio, now I gotta go.
  21. So, this is a list of the things I have noticed in the game that are of interest. - The SC2010 is OP. Pretty self-explanatory. This gun is pretty powerful. Quick killing along with low recoil make it an amazingly powerful assault riffle. The main thing is, the guns do major damage in this game, and if some of these guns were in MW3 or Black Ops 2, these guns would be considered majorly OP. - Cranked may be the best multiplayer game mode of CoD history. An anti-camper TDM is pretty self-explanatory as to why It's the best game mode. Unlike the other modes, everyone is in each other's faces, and It's pretty fun. It's really fast-paced, and if you haven't tried it, give it a try. You'll likely enjoy it. - The game looks pretty good. Graphically, this game is pretty good. It's not anything spectacular, but the game looks very good. The colors also are fairly vibrant, unlike MW3, so that's nice. - Campaign shows tons of promise. Keep in mind I'm only a little bit in, though. This campaign shows the most promise of any Call of Duty game I've ever played (4-Ghosts, excluding WaW). The thing that's great is, unlike the whole "America under attack" stereotype, it actually is unique. It's a campaign that shows promise, unlike Black Ops and MW3. - Riley is powerful in MP. Seriously, Riley is like a mini UAV that kills the people he detects. Equip the dog on every killstreak package. - You die so quickly in this game. You can't comeback unless the guy shooting you misses more than a couple shots. The guns are so powerful, there is literally no chance to turn around to shoot them back and win. - Game is HEAVILY AR dominant. This game leans towards Assault Riffles. It can go against some SMGs in terms of short range ability, and they are fairly accurate. Equip them unless you are purely shoving the gun down your opponent's throats. - NO MORE BS SHOTGUN KILLS, YAY! Shotguns are a gun you should never equip. Hit marker city. - Leveloution is limited at best. KEM Strikes are the only thing that changes up major things on the maps sometimes. This is the most disappointing thing about Ghosts. Levolution on a major scale is limited to a couple maps, and the rest are extremely minor. If you want Battlefield level destruction, this isn't the place to get it. - Everyone's character is a woman. SMH. - Maps are actually pretty good, despite being huge for CoD maps. They really are. Unique design helps a lot, and the ability to have sight lines makes it better for snipers like me who like to Granny Scope. The big thing is, these maps have so many places to go to get an advantage. The good thing is, this doesn't make for really campy gameplay. It makes for a challenge. Pros: Maps are great; More gun skills needed to do well; Not much to cater to bad players like me, such as Target Finders; promising campaign; Better Create-a-Class; Customization; and the levolution is a decent start. Cons: My biggest gripe is the lack of competitive options, as S&D is only 2.5 minutes, lack of League Play, and no support for competitive in general; Spawns aren't great; Guns are awfully unbalanced; and the levolution, while a good start, ended up being very overhyped. But still, Infinity Ward has managed to pull out to a great start to the Ghosts series, and while it isn't the greatest Call of Duty game of all time, it made many of steps in the right direction. Many of my gripes can be easily addressed by a single patch, as that's all it takes to restore competitive play, and to fix the gun balancing issues. Think of Ghosts as the start to a recovery from a disaster. It isn't the greatest out there, but It's a start. Overall: 8/10 I'll probably be making more First Impressions over the next couple of months, probably with GRID, Battlefield 4, Forza 5, and more. I'll also be doing more things with Ghosts soon.
  22. In case anyone missed the top story, people are trying to prove ghosts exist again. I have to admit, it's pretty convincing. Not really going to take a side as of right now, but if this is fake then someone has way too much time on their hands. Spoiler'd in case some of you might find supernatural stuff unsettling.
  23. yep. Let me know what you think of it :3 (he can't see the ghosts)
  24. Perhaps I'll update this later... but anyone else in love with this show when you were younger? You know, the one about ghost fighting? Kind of super-stuff? It's by the same guy who made Fairly Odd Parents and Tuff Puppy? If you don't... well, I don't know why your here. Yeah, well, I just recently got to re-watching the show exactly one year ago, and from then... I think it was 7 years or so? There was something so... intriguing about this show... I was heart-broken when it was cancelled.