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March 2019 by V. R. Duin

GHOSTLY FEELINGS

Eek! Oh! Ouch!
That goopy, ghostly goo
held out its flaming hand
and blew and blew and blew.
(The Goopy Ghost of Halloween)

Goopy answers questions about ghostly feelings, like: do ghosts have feelings about haunted home effects and haunted homes for children?

Special souls? Ghosts are uncommon. They are not alike. They may exist to keep memories alive or to teach awareness, belief, knowledge and experience. They transmit physical or emotional manifestations of feelings.


Social Studies? Ghosts relay mindful thought. An upset, confused mental state may come as ghostly warning. They may sense Carbon Monoxide Poisoning. When the alarm system fails, valiant phantoms may step in.


Computer Data? Both may appear and disappear. Both may reappear when they are wanted, needed and can be helpful. Unlike computers, ghosts may show guilt about failures. Science and technology may not be lost on ghosts.


Read Minds? Ghosts seem to know when people are having thoughts and feelings that don't fit their personalities. Emotional states may improve with ghostly antics and subtle influence from continued Utopian experience.


Like Angels? Ghosts are all soul. They no longer feel any physical pain or sorrow, but they seem to understand it. Goopy is a formative example. His sensitivity enters the quiet reach of human awareness and being.


From the Same Cloth? Ghosts may wonder why people get stuck on patterns and wrong interpretations. Recorders cause errors. Developing science constantly changes opinions about what's good, bad, real and unreal.


Dream Team? Scientists still are figuring out how people move, think, see and feel. Delays in finding ghosts' “building blocks” should not stop “real world” research. Goopy spurs young minds to early starts with inquiry.


Sweat It? Ghosts may get upset with human misunderstandings. They are condemned for tragic things. A lack of evidence should not be interpreted as error, fraud or hoax. Who would deem ghost testimony reliable for court?


Persuasive Deterrence? After hearing scientific evidence and expert testimony in the Judas Priest Trial, the court ruled: Ghosts can't be blamed for bad human actions. Humans are accountable as independent beings.


Flower Power? Associations of parapsychologists study the unexplained. PA wants to prove there is life after death. They perform scientific studies on clairvoyance, telepathy, psychic healing and hypnosis. Philosophy is tested.


Exchange? Studies of the paranormal, neuroscience, anthropology, physiology, psychiatry and psychology are not junk science. They benefit criminal rehabilitation, military espionage and mental health treatment.


Wait and See? Paranormal study takes discipline. It requires caution. People, who report seeing ghosts, may meet with laughter. Let Goopy prove them wrong. Tasks left behind by ghosts truly may promote duty and self-control.

Do Ghosts Have Feelings?

Hunted Prey? Some ghost may feel under threat, much like hunted prey. This may make them skittish near people. Like some animals in the wild, they may remain on the lookout to make themselves hard to find or approach.


Unfamiliar? Ghosts live alone in their space. They may be uncomfortable with their new condition or dimension. It likely is hard to make adjustments for spiritual, psychological or physical contact with beings left behind.


It's a Cinch? Some ghosts are shy. They may have to be coaxed from hiding. Timid sprites may hang back to watch for a while. They may be testing to learn whether they fall into the categories of welcome or disruptive guests.


Custom Content? Goopy did not feel at home in an empty goodie bag. His spirit glowed when he made thieves return stolen gold to a leprechaun. This ghost has a wild side, but he gives children joy. They sense his kindness.


Sidekick? Ghosts are altruistic. They attempt to understand and help people. Their intense scrutiny may be sensed by people. They may stand too close for comfort. When visions or sensations disappear, they may be missed.


Hit the Spot? Ghosts penetrate soul-centered thought. They may make people feel better about themselves. Appreciating ghosts requires imagination and patience. To explore and pursue enlightenment makes people stronger.


Beneath the Surface? Ghosts transcend time barriers. People, who are behind the clock, may be ahead. Apparitions truly lag. They may want to move with the flow, but flimsy form is not accommodating bottle rocket.


Bucket List? Ghosts return to apologize or to show respect. They may try to atone for grief delivered in a past life. They form attachments with new friends. They may remain behind to show appreciation and give thanks.


Acid Wash? People may think ghosts are nervous. Ghost Sounds, voices and appearances often quiver like electric impulses. Goopy may look nervous and hide for a while. Adults don't seem to appreciate the goop he leaves behind.


Life and Death Matter? Goopy perceives shaming complaints about his goop. He no longer plays with toys. His goop made new ones look used in Santa's workshop. The elves gave him a job involving no contact with toys.


Hit Men? Ghostly sensitivities get crushed by outside, first impressions. When people get goosebumps and act afraid of ghosts, ghostly dignity is shattered. Santa gets the same vibes when kids cry and refuse to go near him.


In Perpetuity? Ghosts may celebrate all of life. Children should be taught not to fear them. Goopy's wise and kind morals inspire young ones in unexpected ways. He is a polite and intuitive ghost of better living.


Drawing Inspiration? Ghosts can encourage the development of inner abilities. They understand the difference between fear and fascination. They embolden people to separate delusional myths and dreams from reality.

Haunted Homes for Children

Soapbox? Ghosts can be instruments of change. Blood and gore have not totally overtaken long-standing Halloween traditions or big screen sensations. Everyday invitations bring Goopy into homes for child-friendly play.


Peak Form? Kind people recognize good in ghosts. They appreciate whimsical haunted homes for children. Bobbing for apples and Pin the Tail on the Donkey are giving way to screen screams. Halloween needs its sprites.


Great Heights? Ghosts may push people to amazing discoveries. Inventions often come by serendipitous accident rather than in laboratories. They develop from eccentric whimsy and wild chance on far-fetched notions.


Hands of Time? Ghosts belong remain steadfast until the end of time. Kids often change their minds about what they want to be for Halloween. Behind masks, adults can try out hidden longings without giving themselves away.


Walking Tall? Ghosts cross realms of existence. They may reveal new instruments, formulas and dimensions. Perceptive, receptive, creative, artistic and open-minded individuals are open to subtle appearances or suggestions.


Concrete Dreams? Questions about a Ghost Sighting remain. Was it the wrappers or the candy that forever changed Halloween? What is the point in creating activities or surroundings for children if nobody is aware of them?


Shop Guy? Haunted homes for children should be light-hearted places for rest, escape and relaxation. Who isn't anxiously waiting to fling open the door when Goopy knocks to fill an enchanted evening with magical goop?


Everything Clicks? Goopy does not just appear on Halloween. He helps keep the tomfoolery in Halloween and every day in between. Halloween is endangered in many places. Some folks cast wicked meanings on its festivity.


Art of the Huddle? Halloween is a time of decorative creativity, pumpkin patch runs and special photographs. It is an occasion to revel in sugar rushes, display splashy costumes and cavort in colorful haunted homes.


Cruise without Worrying? It takes time to become familiar with haunts, people and pets. Hiding a while allows an interval of time for background work and study. Goopy goo haunted homes take planning to build.

Haunted Home Effects

Still Life? Ghosts reach out. Not all of them want to make someone's hair stand on end. Some have the texture of cobwebs. Others leave cold breezes in passing. The pumpkin ghost leaves behind a trail of goo for lasting bliss.


Good Taste? Ghosts can smell of smoke, perfumes or other scents. Their cooking smells may make folks hungry. Beware of ECSO. Skeptics at ECSO may debunk these out-of-the-box sensations, leaving hunger behind.


Palace Intrigue? Ghosts hang back for haunts. An inability to control form may slow their actions. They have distinct talents. Disguised as a pot of gold to catch thieves, Goopy challenges eyes to travel quickly through story pages.


Third Eye? Psychic energies are fluid, with the vivid dynamism of bright lights, vibrating visual fields and other perceptual sensations. These subtle, luminous emissions lend new aspects to human evolution and consciousness.


Structured Environment? Goopy reminds parents goop is not poop. Pumpkin goop is zestful. It takes a while to clear the residue from goopy goo haunted homes. Who would banish this source of bright orange merriment?


Cut Above? Goopy puts friends in a good mood with his invitations to party like each day's a holiday. He may summon other ghosts to join in the revelry. Haunted homes for children make perfect places for celebration.


Finest Hour? Goopy's mischief is family-friendly fun. His content is full of whimsy, joy and funny details. His goopy goo haunted home effects stoke moods. Adults and children take delight in this well-meaning spirit.


Small Wonder? Ghosts get their own needs met. Ghosts may not fill the needs of everyone. Dream-like announcements give impact. Goopy goo globs may serve as intentional, vestigial reminders of his decorating talent.


Center of Gravity? Some ghosts beg for attention. Their presence may be felt, smelled or heard, before they are seen. Wouldn't it be terrible to believe nobody is noticing? Everyone needs attention to construct a wider view.


Freak Out? Attention-getting ghost tactics include: relocation or disappearance of things, flickering of lights and sleep-jarring noises. Luckily, Lilly's mother slept through Goopy's redecorating calm before the storm.


Trick-or-Treat? Nobody should sleep through the following “Help Others” video. Super Emily beams down from a distant star to help Goopy solve a messy problem. They paint a better picture with a community of doers.


Paint the Town Red? The town has a problem with graffiti. Accept the invitation to theatrical cleanup of this mess. Join in ghost stories. Learn other-worldly ways to belt messages to all ends of the earth. (1 minute 30 seconds)


Goop on Graffiti