No. I have personally experienced things that defy anything we are as yet capable of explaning.
Anything's possible, but it's not something I believe in personally and I usually think there are always other explanations. It doesn't mean I think they're mentally ill, though.
Thanks for sharing. I appreciate the input.
Almost nobody knows what they are talking about. Even people who have extensively studied the subject usually have only studied crap made up by somebody else. Then you meet somebody from Haiti or someplace where it's normal to see shadow people walking on the road in the evening.
Personally, I don't believe in ghosts or shadow people or things of a paranormal nature, but it doesn't necessarily mean they don't exist.
Yeah, not in this life, but I believed in a previous life.
What Thibault says
Know one knows everything. I think it is more important how the person reacts and what he or she does with their visions than trying to determine if it is real or not.
sorry, make that No one knows......
I don't think it's really possible, but I don't think they're hallucinating or are mentally ill. There's things that can happen that have no explanation - and it's not unusual for people to get their own theory on it.
I think there's a lot we don't know.
When someone tells me of some supernatural experience they've had I don't automatically assume the person is mentally ill and/or hallucinating. Then again, I don't usually talk to such people long enough to make an educated guess.