“In The Company of #Ghosts” My #Blog

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A question was asked on Facebook, “Which creature from the paranormal world do you prefer?”.  Well of course my answer was ‘Ghosts!’ But before you leave a comment extolling the virtues of your Fave creature, let me explained the versatility of ghosts over some of the other creatures lumbering around Supernatural Scenarios.

Ghosts are so elusive.  Sasquatch and Black-eyed kids are also elusive, but can they be conjured? All signs point to ‘No!’, so they lose out on this and other elements of my subjective comparison of Creatures.

Lonely? Ghosts make their presence known.  Plates rattle, pots and pans move about. Why, have you ever heard of a vampire jingling your car keys mid-air when the house is empty of everyone – but you?  No Creature will reassure you that you are not alone more suddenly than a ghost!

Ghosts vividly re-live The Past with you – they are, well – sentimental Creatures. Ever experience a Residual Haunting?  Zombies have long-forsaken The Past by the time they are lurching toward their next meal – just ask Dan O’Brien! Which brings me to my next point:

Zombies can handily eat you out of house and home after they have chomped off the hand that feeds them – your’s!! (And vampires will bleed you dry)  A ghost in the house will not increase your grocery bill. – or your heating bill, for that matter.

Ghosts are interactive in many cases – they will seek out your company, react to your thoughts, understand your needs – they are . . . well . . . sensitive. Look how devoted Sam was to Molly (Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze) in the 1990 devotional of a ghost who fully understood the needs of his woman.  Speaking of Sam and Molly:

Need a bed mate?  Choose ghosts!  Ghosts are much more trust-worthy than vampires in the bedroom department. My preference is the midnight incubus, but being versatile – ghosts also come in the succubus variety, according to author Gladys Quintal.

I’m not saying that ALL ghosts have sterling qualities and the makings of a BFF  Lover – there are exceptions!  Just ask Charlie Sheen who played a Wraith in the Winner-of a-Movie from 1986.  Actually, ghosts come in all kinds of ‘bad boy’ varieties!  I mean, if you want a goon to settle the score on an earthly foe, I’d choose Demons – who live in the same afterlife neighborhood as wraiths, but I believe are a touch more difficult to rid oneself of.

Red-eyed Beast from my collection, The Ghost Chaser's Daughter.

Red-eyed Beast from my collection, The Ghost Chaser’s Daughter.

So, to sum up, why did I choose Ghosts as my preference-creature on a Facebook poll?  Loyalty, Sensitivity, Presence, No-drain-on my economy, Imaginativeness at bedtime.

Now You! Which Creature-category from The Beyond strikes YOUR fancy?

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4 responses to ““In The Company of #Ghosts” My #Blog

  1. Ghosts scare the crap out of me – always have! I don’t know if it is because I so fervently believe in them or because I have a very overactive imagination, but even now as an adult I sleep with a light on. I am not sure if succubi/incubi fall into the ghost category or if they are considered demons…..either way, they scare me too!

    • Dear Gladys,
      By Golly Ghosts! You’ve hit on something!

      Let’s run a WordPress poll this week and see if our readers, followers, and friends consider Succubi/Incubi (a) ghosts or (b) demons!
      Oh my goodness what a Great Ghosts topic.

      I’m so happy You came to the site of The Ghost Chaser’s Daughter for a visit! Hugs of Affection, Emily

  2. I had to go with ghosts. I really hate zombies. I don’t know why they’re popular with some people. I just found out that my old friend and teacher writes about Sasquatch: Chris Noel. He lives in Vermont.

    • Nicki, THAT’s interesting — that Chris Noel, author, writes about Bigfoot/Sasquatch from his home in Vermont.

      Because deep, dark, woods — with long shadows stretching across musky-smelling fallen trees stretch across the state — very few dare to venture into the Vermont thickets and woodlands. My opinion?? Mr. Noel’s story’s are closer to Fact than Fiction!

      We must all explore his writing!

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