Halloween 2018: Paranormal expert reveal his KEY reason for why ghosts DO exist

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Halloween 2018: Paranormal expert reveal his KEY reason for why ghosts DO exist

As the spooky Halloween celebrations get underway for the creepiest day on the calendar, paranormal researcher and demonologist Tony Spera has explained why he thinks religion could be behind the paranormal.

Halloween marks the night of All Hallow’s Evening, or All Hallow’s Eve, a period of mourning for the dead, saints and Christian martyrs.

Speaking on Fox News, Mr Spera said: “My faith, first of all, makes me believe it because God is a supernatural being. And if you believe in God, which I do, then you would need to believe that he created us in his image, which is a supernatural being, a spirit.

When asked what a or a demon would look like, Mr Spera said there is both a body and a spirit

He said: “If you die your body will wither away but you, as a spirit, will continue on.”

The paranormal researcher said the spirit will go towards “the light”, adding: “In other words, everybody is offered the light and it is up to you if you decide you are going to that light.

“If you are a good person you are going to be offered the light and that light leads you to God and to heaven.”

Mr Spera insisted you would remain “earthbound” if you reject the light.

The paranormal researcher said the spirit could also have the capability to scare people.

He added: “There are people who maybe were tragically killed or murdered instantaneously, for instance, 9/11 where the planes went into the building, instantly gone.

“You’re not even aware that they are dead. And they are in a confused state and they roam the earth looking for their house, looking for their relatives or whatever.”

The spirit of Halloween is likely to have people around the world dishing out horror stories or tuning into their favourite horror films.

But a Russian MP has said the Pagan holiday instead draws children closer to “Satan and suicide” as children across the globe preparing to don spooky outfits for the event.

Controversial pro-Christian MP, Vitaly Milonov, urged Russia’s s Education Minister, Olga Vasilyeva, to ban the “pagan Satan-worshipping holiday” in schools to save them from Hell.

In an address to Russian parliament, Mr Milonov said he had received countless complaints from parents who were concerned that their children were set to take part in Halloween celebrations.

Mr Milonov said: “Many schoolchildren are being persuaded to participate in this shady holiday.

“They are being forced to make costumes of imps, decorate classrooms with otherworldly attributes and prepare thematic plays.

“This holiday has pagan, anti-Christian roots. It well known that it’s based on worshiping dark forces and Satan as well as glorifying the grim Celtic cult of death.”

He added that Halloween can “draw children to mysticism, Satanism and suicide.”

Mr Milonov asked Ms Vasilyeva to “take all possible measures to prevent Halloween celebrations at schools” and added that if the rules are broken there should be “the toughest disciplinary measures to be implemented against those officials, who indulge the insight of mystical Satanism into the minds of our children.”

Halloween celebrations are rooted in the Gaelic start of winter, known as Samhai.

Samhain is an ancient Gaelic festival marking the start of winter and the end of the harvest seasons.

The holiday is traditionally observed from October 31 to November 1 – the midway point between the Autumn Equinox and the Winter Solstice.

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