As you may know, I don’t believe in religion, but I DO believe in a non-material reality, and I do believe in ghosts.
If you are a materialist, and don’t believe in such things, would YOU spend the night in a haunted house?
If I had adequate incentive ... absolutely.
And unless the place was just too noisy and/or drafty, I’d get a good night’s sleep too.
“We say, ‘Love your brother…’ We don’t say it really, but… Well we don’t literally say it. We don’t really, literally mean it. No, we don’t believe it either, but… But that message should be clear.”—David St. Hubbins
That’s a trick question, seeing as there are no such things as “haunted house”.
Why is there Something instead of Nothing: No reason or ever knowable reason.
Kissing Hank’s Ass
Pope Song (rated NC17).
Only if the haunted house was in a cemetary. Lets make it really interesting!
There is no such thing as ghosts, just people’s delusionary propensity to want there to be.
‘Every reflecting mind must acknowledge that there is no proof of the existence of a Deity’
‘If ignorance of nature gave birth to gods, knowledge of nature destroys them’
Percy Bysshe Shelley
GAD - 28 October 2009 05:39 PMThat’s a trick question, seeing as there are no such things as “haunted house”.
OK, but I would stay in a house Airy Spirit believed was haunted so long as there was cable TV, WiFi, a minibar and a good bed.
“I am one of the few people I know who has argued in print that torture may be an ethical necessity in our war on terror.” Sam Harris October 17, 2005
I’ll sleep anywhere as long as I get access to Cinemax after dark.
Just to prove a point? Probably not. I wouldn’t be worried about ghosts as so much sleeping in a strange house on a bed that’s not mine. It’s hard for me to sleep in any bed other than my own.
If there was a money incentive, sure. But I would want to be comfortable. Tell me all the ghost stories you want, I just need to be able to sleep.