I have never seen one. I don't believe they exist. Whatever you want to call them; apparitions, spirits, souls trapped in transition, whatever. That being said, here's my point. Monday night while watching TV in the family room my wife first looked stunned, then the color just drained from her face as she was looking past me. "I just saw someone walk through the dining room" was what she told me. Yeah, sure. Here's the thing, my wife shares my opinion on the subject of "ghosts". We've been together since '95, and married since '99. In all that time she's never been one to fabricate stories for effect or make outlandish claims, furthermore, she was very sincere about what she claims she saw. Now my story. Since we've lived in our current home I've never seen anything unusual, but a handful of times I have walked into our bedroom or office and felt a total body chill (goosebumps) followed by a feeling that someone was in the room (that I wasn't alone). Never in any other rooms or in the garage, only the office and master bedroom. I just passed it off as a body chill and never even mentioned it to my wife. I still haven't mentioned it to her, even after her experience. Neither of us have experienced anything else in the house. No noises, no weird lights or doors opening or closing, no odors. None of the hokey stuff. My wife isn't lying to me. I refuse to believe we're sharing a house with a ghost though. What's the general consensus on the topic of ghosts here? I refuse to talk to anyone I personally know about this. You guys can ridicule me all you want and it makes no difference, I just have to close my browser to not hear it. Can't do that with coworkers or neighbors. Anybody here have experiences that can't be explained by the application of logic and good common sense? Somebody throw me a bone here.