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Four Things You DON’T Know About Ghosts by Ghost Hunter Susan Kronick



Psychologist Dr. Susan Kronick has investigated countless ghostly encounters over the years. In her capacity as a paranormal investigator, blessed   with the ability to see ghosts, Susan presents some surprising facts about the spirit world you may not know.

Four Things You DON’T Know About Ghosts!

by Susan Kronick

1.  You probably passed a ghost on the street, and didn’t even know it!

Most people don’t realize that ghosts are always walking among us! Contrary to the belief that they always appear transparent with an ethereal “Casper-like” white glow about them, a spirit can present itself however it chooses.  A specter may appear solid and even be warm to the touch.  The only way you may discover you had an encounter with a ghost, is if the spirit were to suddenly disappear before your eyes.  If the ghost walks off into the sunset, you may remain clueless to your encounter with a supernatural being.

2.  Sometimes what you’re seeing is NOT a real live dead guy!

This is known as a residual haunting, which does depict someone who did live at some point in the past. The image of the ghost does represent events from time gone by play repeatedly  This type of haunting can represent either a replay of a person’s ordinary habits, such as seeing grandma at her usual spot in the kitchen baking cookies, or can depict a traumatic emotionally charged event. It would in fact appear similar to old movie reruns. The apparitions present in this type of haunting are telepathic or psychical induced hallucinations, not living spirits

3. All ghosts are NOT friendly like Casper!

The spirit realm has its share of unfriendly characters.  Some are simply nasty earth bound spirits, who never crossed into the light. They feel cheated and resent their fate, what they consider was a premature death.  Other negative entities are much more dangerous.  That would include threats by demonic   entities that never walked the earth in human form.  They are the most maniacal, as they don’t want God’s blessing.

4. Not all ghosts have tales of woe!

Contrary to the popular belief that all ghosts are unhappy souls roaming the earth, many spirits choose to go into the light but return periodically to look after their loved ones,  often  referred  to as  a  protector ghost,” because of their good intentions. These spectral  guardians have been identified in at least 75% of the investigations I have done.

Susan Kronick’s background is the perfect backdrop leading up to her latest paranormal novel, Sarah, They’re Coming for You.  She has a Master of Science in Psychology from Nova Southeastern University and a Ph.D. in Paranormal Studies/Psychology from Union Institute and Graduate School, as well as being an adjunct psychology professor at Barry University and Palm Beach State College.  A psychic and a medium, she has the gift of seeing the dead since she was a child.  She also has taught parapsychology classes through the Palm Beach County School Board, as well as at Palm Beach State College.  Susan has extensive experience in the area of investigations of haunting and the paranormal.  She lives with her husband and her four spoiled rescue dogs in south Florida.  You can visit her website at “Like” her page at Facebook at


  1. Cheryl F. says:

    I read this book and reviewed it for the Pump Up Your Book Tour. Very cool book! I liked this post!

  2. Octavia says:

    I strongly agree with your knowledge of ghosts. Some how I ended up with some afterlife in a house with no history, as I have lived here 27 years when it was first built. The T.V. Shows tell you to just tell them to leave and they’ll go! When I took pictures of orbs hovering over my dogs and this scared me into demanding they leave. I have that session recorded and you can very clearly hear a mans voice whisper over mine ( I’ll cut you)! So telling them to leave was bad advice for my situation, don’t you think?

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