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One Couple's Theory About Ghosts Is Unheard Of...But Oddly Makes Sense

FEBRUARY 8, 2015  —  By Tim Unkenholz  
Tim Unkenholz

Tim Unkenholz

Writer and stand up comedian in NY. Check out my monthly comedy show Roomie Raiders at the Creek and The Cave! @timunken

Ted and Mary Lou Carter-Sanchez met at a very small paranormal convention in western Pennsylvania. They bonded over their shared dissatisfaction of how ghosts are represented in the media. In particular, they were bothered by the notion that ghosts only come out at night.

"There are a lot of hunters who only turn on their EMF Detectors when the clock strikes 3 AM. But we all know that ghosts don't wait until the witching hour to show themselves," insisted Mary Lou, and thus the concept of "day ghosts" was born. It's a bizarre idea, but when you think about it, why would spirits only come out at night?

Ted and Mary Lou believe ghosts often behave restlessly because, although they try to get our attention at night, we're all asleep.

This is why we shouldn't just ignore them in the daytime. Ghosts have needs, too.

Although very rare, ghosts can be visible to us during the day, especially when it's cloudy.

One of the first places Mary Lou saw a ghost was in an empty Starbucks back in 2002. (Apparently, ghosts also enjoy a frappuccino to start the day.)

Most people think that ghosts just like to hang out in graveyards, but Ted and Mary Lou believe ghosts can come out during the day. They even like to hang out in places they liked when they were alive, such as supermarkets.