I'll admit it: I'm a sucker for ghost stories. In general, I'd like to think of myself as a little too rational to buy into some of those stories, but then I find myself hearing or reading them with goosebumps. So when Guy Haskell sent me his column this month, I definitely got that familiar sense of dread imagining what it would be like to spend the night in a haunted station ... alone. Has anything like this ever happened to you? If so, please comment and share your story. You can also check out Guy's encounter: http://www.jems.com/article/guy-haskell/medic-27-ghostly-hallows

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I have numerous paranormal experience also when I was serving our EMS unit in the city (of my home country) such as seeing a doppleganger of my former preceptor.....ghosts in our bunkroom, in garage....even in our toilets! At first, if you experience those eerie things, of course, it will cause you to scream and be scared. But if you experience it almost everyday, it will become the part of your daily life in your EMS unit. And funny thing is, ghosts in unit became also the part of extended family.

For me, it is ok to have those 'unseen and extraordinary members' of you unit as long as they don't interfere, interrupt or destruct your focus (too much) and they don't hurt your fellows.

You're braver than I am Carissa!

Miss Lauren, thanks. at first, you will get scared...but if you exposed alsomst everyday, you will learn to overcome those experiences, as if I recieve tons of doses of immunity. :)

Lauren Hardcastle said:

You're braver than I am Carissa!

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