Miley Cyrus brings home ghost stories from London

Oh, celebrities and their ghosties. This story was not as awful as others. The family just had some nerve-wracking experiences.

Paranormal Activity Scared Miley Cyrus And Family Away From London Pad.

“And one night my little sister—it sounds crazy to tell you—but, she was standing in the shower and all of a sudden I hear her scream. I run in there and the water had somehow flipped to hot but it was still…It wasn’t like the water had just changed, the knob had turned but she hadn’t turned it and it was burning her. She was really red.”

Normally that could be explained away with faulty plumbing, but the next bit of Miley’s paranormal experience is a bit more difficult to figure out. Miley said that she saw a little boy “sitting on the sink watching me take a shower so I felt really freaked out. I was sitting there the next night and maybe I’m crazy, but I could have sworn I could see this little boy sitting there on the sink, kicking his feet.”

Here we see a few clues that leave room for doubt. It was a new place, an OLD place with quirks. There is no certainty that the water incident was not just a plumbing problem or that she really did see a little boy. People make mistakes. Strange things happen where we lack information to be able to explain it completely. That doesn’t mean it’s UNEXPLAINABLE or that we invoke paranormal. But, it’s always a fun topic to touch on with superstitious celebrities.

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  8 comments for “Miley Cyrus brings home ghost stories from London

  1. May 9, 2013 at 7:42 PM

    This great rolemodel made some slight stir a few years ago when a video of her smoking salvia in a bong appeared on the net. You hadn’t by any chance been smoking something funny again, Miley?

  2. Michael
    May 10, 2013 at 8:04 AM

    So, you’re saying, that if any human experiences anything – which doesn’t gell with ‘your’ view of reality – then it’s merely because we don’t quite know yet, what the true explanation is, in your (physical) terms?

    This defining of reality, according to a ‘conception'; that it is all merely ‘physical’ and that therefore, all claimed experiences to the contrary, are misguided and unreal, is clearly a ‘mindset’! It presumes that only your chosen guidelines, as to what can be real, are true. You may hide behind the materialist scientific viewpoint on reality, but you still have a mindset. You still cling to your beliefs – in science, or reason – just as much as those who you criticize for being gullible, in believing in whatever.

    If one believes, that reality is purely a ‘physical’ one, then for you, that means that any experience like the one described by Miley Cyrus – of a spirit boy – just cannot happen. But she is not alone in having such experiences. If we adopt the wider view, that there is reality as experienced by all humans and there is reality as ‘defined’ by the scientific viewpoint – then it becomes easier to see, that her experience may be real, but that science doesn’t quite understand how to explain it yet? Science doesn’t yet know or understand everything about the nature of reality? So you can’t use a belief in scientific knowledge, to dismiss experiences people are having, which you don’t understand? :-)

  3. May 10, 2013 at 10:17 AM

    No one is saying that. That’s a straw man argument.

  4. Michael
    May 10, 2013 at 2:46 PM

    You said:

    “There is no certainty that the water incident was not just a plumbing problem or that she really did see a little boy. People make mistakes. Strange things happen where we lack information to be able to explain it completely. That doesn’t mean it’s UNEXPLAINABLE or that we invoke paranormal.”

    When you say, that there is no certainty… that she did see a little boy, you are casting doubt on someone else’s experience. Why do you do that?

    • May 10, 2013 at 3:09 PM

      Because human observation and perception is RIDICULOUSLY unreliable. This is why people are convicted by eyewitness testimony when the are later proved innocent by DNA testing. This is why many are accused of molestation or Satanic ritual abuse and arrested, even jailed, for something that never happened. This is why people believe they are being abducted by aliens in their sleep. This is why people think they see angels and demons and still believe in witches and superstition…

      Never take anyone’s word for it. It’s simply worthless no matter HOW sincere. We all make perceptual mistakes. And don’t even get me started on memory…

      I suggest checking out Elizabeth Loftus, an expert on memory and perception. I’m not making this stuff up. It’s not my opinion.

  5. Michael
    May 12, 2013 at 8:50 AM

    I hadn’t heard of Elizabeth Loftus before, but have Googled her. Her work is impressive!
    I’m aware of the questionable aspects of memory and understand your point. But, if we take this point to the extreme, we would all be unable to function – were we to doubt everything that we experience! In our everyday lives, we rely on the normal level of accuracy of our senses. This may be unreliable in certain circumstances, but in general overall terms, we have few problems. Science itself relies heavily on sensory perception. So there needs to be some discrimination, in what level of doubt you apply and to what. Ordinary life requires that we trust our perceptions. To say that human observation is RIDICULOUSLY unreliable, is perhaps too universal, or wide a statement.

    With regards to crime and wrongful convictions,, where, as you say, witnesses have proved unreliable – there are ‘other’ factors which affect this issue; like how well police and investigators do what is needed to verify events. Even witness statements are subject to the pressures of the investigative process. May be influenced by it. It’s not just peoples perceptions. Though I take your point!

    On the other hand, without witness statements, very few criminals would be convicted. That so many are, is surely testament to the reliability of witness evidence?.

  6. Kiljoy616
    May 13, 2013 at 1:54 PM

    Same family that thinks Atheist are the devils minions or something like that. Another nut job family with money what could go wrong.

  7. Paul Wilkins
    May 14, 2013 at 6:12 PM

    My shower frequently does things like that. I’m standing in it enjoying a nice comfortably hot shower, and suddenly it goes all hot like, you know, someone has turned it up high.

    The reason is much more prosaic.

    1. The temperature is controlled by the rate of water flow over the heating element.
    2. The rate of flow is controlled by the pressure of the water input. The lower the pressure, the hotter the water.
    3. Although the shower input is direct from the mains, the pressure is not constant. If an input from the mains happens, the pressure drops. For example, the toilets are fed from the tank in the roof. If a toilet is flushed, it immediately starts refilling from the tank. The ball valve in the tank opens and starts filling the toilet cistern. Water pressure drops, and the flow through the shower drops. It goes awful hot suddenly.
    4. No little boy kicking water in sink. One large adult hurling abuse in all directions.

    Not for nothing do we have a rule in this house that if you are going to have a shower ANNOUNCE IT TO THE WORLD. It doesn’t stop someone filling the kettle to make tea (or coffee) – but it does allow some entertaining abuse afterwards.

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