Niagara Gazette — ”They were good decent people,” she said, adding that if she were to see signs from them, “I wouldn’t be afraid.”
With the Halloween season at hand, many people have an even stronger interest in things that go bump in the night, and Kratts has many spine tingling stories to share. But, sometimes, she says, a noise is just a noise, and a weird sight can be explained away by science.
”It seems like a lot of people will tell me they hear things or see things,” she noted, “But I think people would like to think they might have a ghost.”
Personally, Kratts is encouraged by the idea of ghosts, and stories of visitations from those who have departed give her hope of a hereafter. “I think it’s comforting,” she said. “If you could prove there is life after death, then our loved ones don’t ever go away.”
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