Yes, I think that there are things that happen that can’t be explained, so it’s supernatural. I’ve dreamed of things that actually happened. I dreamed that there was a horrific train accident. I was watching it happen at a distance through a window and couldn’t do anything about it. A couple of days later, I was watching the news, and there was a train accident in Spain. I’ve also had deceased people come to me in dreams and give me reassurance.
No! Totally not at all. Zero percent! You see all this alleged paranormal/supernatural stuff on social media. Any video or picture can be doctored up with Photoshop or some kind digital manipulation. Nothing would ever convince me that the supernatural is real, unless I saw it with my own two eyes.
Yes. You can’t teach an ant algebra! There are things that we can’t possibly understand; it’s just not possible. Thus, they are supernatural, beyond our understanding. I grew up in Ireland, and there was this castle, and us kids went into the dungeon area to explore. We were warned not to go there. It was dangerous. There was a massive heavy metal door, and a big gust of wind came out of nowhere and slammed it shut. We all started screaming and crying in the darkness. We tried to open the door, and it wouldn’t budge. A few minutes later, it creaked and opened on its own! We ran all the way home and never went back.
It depends on the story that I’ve heard. If I can be convinced that it was real, then yes, I believe. I’ve never had a supernatural experience. I’ve always wanted to have one. I always wanted to stay overnight in a haunted house, especially if there was money involved. If they pay me to stay, I’m in!
Yes. The body is electrical, and where does that electricity go when we pass? Animals are electrical, too. We own a boutique that sells dragonfly products. People have come in who have said that someone in their life has passed away, and dragonflies have come around, so they want to buy something to do with dragonflies. When my father-in-law passed away, we put an azalea plant on top of where his ashes were buried. It died—but a pine tree grew in its place. He was in the Air National Guard, and his call sign was Pine Tree!