I love dogs, they are amazing creatures that at certain times of my life have been among my best friends.
Dogs have also been trained to do wonderful tasks such as leading the blind, sniffing out bombs and drugs and watching out for our dwellings while we are away, protecting the property from intruders.
But what about a dog who is being trained to sniff out ghosts and other paranormal activity?
Holly Goddard believes it is possible and thinks her dog Glimmer might be the world’s first ghost seeking pooch.
Ghosts seem to be everywhere today, from television shows to board games, pod casts to the internet.
Now they are even on your currency and on your stamps…
The Canadian Royal mint recently revealed a special coin and stamp design that bears the likeness of the ‘Ghost Bride’, the spirit that haunts the halls of the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel in Alberta, Canada, on the grounds of the Fairmont National park.
The reasons behind this rise may not be shocking, but some the results might surprise some people, especially those skeptical of the paranormal.
There are countless ghost stories that come from England, which should not come as a surprise as the area is as rich in historical architecture as it is in ghost stories.
Proof is needed however for any story that borders on the unbelievable, like ghosts or other paranormal activity.Using that criteria the Tulip Staircase photograph may count among the very best evidence of ghosts and life after death.