Cype, it is probably body hair.
That wouldn't make sense, Phail. I'm 20. I hit puberty a decade ago. I've had body hair for years.
I don't understand what people mean by "proving ghosts exist". I think people are making a subconscious distinction between science and the supernatural where anything that sounds superstitious has no chance of being proven. So, even if someone brought bold-faced evidence that a ghost -- say, this ghost -- exists, the scientific crowd would refuse to call it a ghost. They would probably respond with something like, "That's not //really// a ghost, it's a tangible form of energy that takes the shape of a ghost, despite being everything a 'ghost' is supposed to be". So I don't think "ghosts" can ever be proven to exist -- it simply sounds too superstitious. They're just gonna call it whatever the scientific equivalent of a ghost is because they're too offput by superstitious notions. Just like how there are "giant squids" and not "sea monsters". What people might have called a sea monster once was given a less superstitious name, despite being everything they described it to be. In this way, I don't think "ghosts" can ever be proven to exist.
Maybe very physical electromagnetic fields that touch you at night.
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