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The Rona Series Episode 37: Do You Believe in the Paranormal?

Welcome to a new episode of Real Talk from OSYL. In this episode, we jump right in to discussing the paranormal. There is a fascination with the unknown, the unexplainable, and the conspiracy. The way that stories fuel our imagination, something about the paranormal fuels the same and a want to reason with what we cannot fully comprehend. Some may not exactly believe in ghosts or aliens, but paranormal events can extend beyond the spirit world or outside the solar system.

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In this episode, we discuss our personal fascination with watching or hearing about the paranormal. We also share some of our encounters, and talk generally about what reasons there may be for others to be fascinated with these topics, too.

Throughout the episode, we discuss personal encounters with the paranormal. Though most of our experiences were positive, it brings to light a plethora of questions and debates. For instance, we try to debunk it as reasonably as we can. Does our culture, our imagination, or our fears play a large role in how we view the paranormal? Can our pre-notions of an event, subconsciously manifest that event? For example, Tyler discuss his experience, and it seems that it could have been possible that the stories setting the stage of this possible haunting caused his imagination to run wild.

In the end, no matter our beliefs, there are things we cannot explain. We probably won’t ever know if we will even be able to explain it with reason. Maybe it’s part of the life we lead, and that things around us aren’t always explainable by our senses. For better or worse, it appears part of our side journey in life, is to co-exist with the unexplainable, and that is what makes it all so fascinating.

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