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August 3, 2010

Stone Tape Theory: An Exploration
  • This article defines and discusses stone tape theory, a way of explaining residual hauntings--that is, where the haunting is unintelligent, repetitious and appears only under certain conditions--that boils down to a location can record events and play them back later, multiple times. The theory is useful itself for fiction and fits within the terminology of parapsychologists of either stripe if it is presented as fact, which in reality it isn't yet. Inaccurate as it is the idea that the theory stems from a piece of fiction leading to life imitating art is intriguing as well, if of limited value.
  • Tags: factors, ghosts, haunted, location, parapsychology, reality, stone tape theory, theories.

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