At The End Of Her Life, My Mother Started Seeing Ghosts, And It Freaked Me Out – Washington Post

Steven Petrow shares the experience of observing his mother move through the passage between this life and the next, and the strangeness that came with the thinning of the veil. We tend to view the concept of ghosts as something to be feared, but Petrow raises the point that perhaps they should be viewed as a source of comfort in some instances. In others, as in A Skeptical Law Student, a haunting still needs not be feared, but may be a sign of business left undone, or wrongs needing righting, and a spectral figure may only be seeking a living person with the right perspective to be of use. (CM)

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