Here’s an interesting article from 1922. A man named William H. Bryson claimed to have been visited by many ghosts from his past, and all but one were “first rate chaps.”
He Met 20 Ghosts Sun, Mar 12, 1922 – 8 · New York Herald (New York, New York) · Newspapers.com
Bryson claims ghosts don’t have clammy hands or exhale carbon dioxide Sun, Mar 12, 1922 – 8 · New York Herald (New York, New York) · Newspapers.com
Those last couple lines are in reference to a haunted farm in Caledonia Mills, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, a story that was making its own trail in the papers of early 1922.
The Ghostly Fellows
Most of the ghosts Bryson met were friendly, and were often people he’d known in life.
Some of Bryson’s Ghosts Sun, Mar 12, 1922 – 8 · New York Herald (New York, New York) · Newspapers.com
But according to Bryson, the ghosts did not appreciate being given the cold shoulder (though it seems nothing malevolent came of their frustration.) Only one ghost was ever unwelcome, an old business partner who haunted Bryson for six straight nights to scold him for losing his money.
Despite all these visitations, Bryson seemed pretty comfortable with the whole experience.
Bryson not nervous about ghostly visitors Sun, Mar 12, 1922 – 8 · New York Herald (New York, New York) · Newspapers.com
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For some reason I think that Mr. Bryson’s story and claims only haunt newspapers of old. As far as his claims of being visited by ghosts or spirits in my opinion, he was ignorant of the real spirits behind his visitations. Despite his claim to having mostly friendly visitors, he was being misguided and robbed of spiritual truths.
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