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Posted my latest blog at Beyond the Veil.  This time I tackle caffeine and ghosts. 
Hmm, caffeinated ghosts.  Now there's a story idea!
Cheers and grins,

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Date: 2009-03-14 07:10 pm (UTC)
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From: [identity profile] quilterbear.livejournal.com
Great blog entry! I have experienced the ghost cat (or was it a dog?) before, and believe me, it is spooky. Just the other night it happened.

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Date: 2009-03-14 08:07 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] jmward14.livejournal.com
Thanks {{{{quilterbear}}}}. Spooky indeed! But I don't think the critters mean any harm. I think they're just lonely, wherever or whatever they are.
The only reason we call ours a ghost cat is because that's what it looks like when somebody catches a glimpse. But I encountered a ghost dog once at the General Lafayette Inn in Lafayette Hill, PA. The inn is an old tavern that's been around as long as the 1740s church next door, and it's full of spirits--in bottles and outside of them. I never felt anything nasty there. Everyone seems to be hanging around for a good time. But when a cold wet nose presses into your thigh and leaves an imprint on the napkin, it's a pretty safe bet you're dealing with a dog.
This sort of stuff is irreproducible, which means science can't quantify or explain it. I get that. But to dismiss it as hallucination, even when there are multiple witnesses, that doesn't make sense.
But then, so little does. :-)
Cheers,
Jean Marie

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