Children See Ghosts, Why?

Children See Ghosts, Why?

Ashlee Greggor, Wanna Hear Something Weird?

Children are known to have imaginary friends but what if they were real people? There are countless theories available, as the topic has been discussed and scrutinized for many years. Here is a theory that may explain theses phenomenon and why children are more susceptible.

Kids are born with no conception about the world and they simply take things in without any previous ideals. This allows their minds to be wide open to what the world has to offer. As they grow older and more cynical, society then fills their minds with the accepted values.. The Western world finds ghosts completely unfounded and therefore frowns upon the belief that they exist.

If instead society accepted this and created an environment where children feel comfortable with their ability they could then develop it and retain it as they progress into adulthood. When parents start to teach the ways of the world to their child it compels the child to block out and forget about what may be true occurrences and reduce them to just their imagination running wild. The part of their brain that allows them to see theses ghosts is lost as they grow older because once it is no longer used it becomes unattainable and is lost forever.
To all the parents who discredit what their child tells them do not let yourself believe that it is just an imaginary friend.