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ANSWER CONCERNING SHADOW GHOSTS
This is an article written by a Ghoststudy Team member

It sounds like this is a shadow ghost. The first thing that comes to my mind is to find out if anyone was killed in the fire when the original house burned down. It's possible this could be that person. How old was the house that burned down? If it was very old, it's quite possible that someone died from old age in it. Maybe even in this particular room. They may have already been haunting the house when it burned down. So maybe they experienced the fire as a ghost, and perhaps were traumatized by it. It could be that your daughter's injuries are reminding it what it went through. In either scenario, this room would most likely be the room that they died in, and that's why the connection to it. Maybe the reminder is too much for it, and it might not be a bad idea to move your daughter to another room. Whatever the reason, if it's leaving her alone in other rooms, that would seem to support that she's not really welcome in this room. Does there happen to be a closet or some type of doorway directly across from your daughter's room? If there is, you may want to consider setting up a video camera pointing into her room, let it run at night, and see what you may capture. From what we understand, there seem to be two types of shadow ghosts: the small, darting kind you see out of the corners of your eyes, and the larger human-shaped kind. The smaller ones are pretty much harmless...their actions are more like mice darting down the hallway, and they seem to keep their distance. The larger ones, tho, have been reported as menacing, threatening or uncomfortable. They've been associated with feelings of fear, suffocation, and dread. They've been reported as interacting with people, everything from standing and staring to actual physical contact. You stated it got worse when you told your daughter not to be afraid and watch it. This is like a bully tactic...it's oneupmanship. She stood her ground to show she wasn't afraid, so now it's trying harder to scare her. It seems to me that it doesn't want your daughter in "its" room, and will go to lengths to make her leave. This could end up becoming a power struggle for the room, and I'm not sure that cleansing would be a good idea right now. It might really get mad that you're trying to force it out, and take it out on your daughter. If she must continue to sleep in this room, then you might try to talk to it and see how that goes. Since it doesn't bother you, you should be the one to do this. Sit down in the room, and just talk, like you're talking to another person in the room. Be nice, just the way you would to a family member or friend. Explain to it that you're not trying to hurt it or be threatening, that all your daughter wants to do is sleep. We need our sleep in our physical forms. Ask it to please leave her alone. If that doesn't work, then you'll want to try cleansing. Please do keep us posted on how things go.

Written by: Jackie (GS team member)
ADARKANGEL@sbcglobal.net

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