October 30, 2009

Larry's SCARY Halloween Memories!!!

Posted: 07:22 PM ET

Do you believe in ghosts?  What scares you?  How are you celebrating Halloween?  We want to know!!!   Larry shares his personal Halloween memories with us...   


Larry "Scary" King

1. LKL BLOG: What is your favorite Halloween memory?


LARRY KING: Running around to apartment houses, sticking pins into all the buttons ringing the bells and running away - so that people hear bells ringing and don’t know what to do to get people into their room.   It was a riot.   If I could explain it better, I’d do it!

2. LKL BLOG: What is your favorite scary movie?

LARRY KING: “Psycho.”  If “Psycho” doesn’t scare you…  In fact I saw Psycho and didn’t take a shower for two and a half years.

3. LKL BLOG: Favorite Halloween candy?

LARRY KING: Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.  The perfect candy.  Number two: Mounds.


4. LKL BLOG: What is your favorite Halloween costume?

LARRY KING: My kid’s favorite was two years ago when they dressed up as me.  They had masks from New York.  A guy made a Larry King mask and they wore the masks and went around with suspenders.  And more people tricked them, rather than treated them.  That shows you about my popularity…

5. LKL BLOG: What about the favorite costume you’ve worn?

LARRY KING: I went with my ex-wife, Sharon, we went as Oreo Cookies.  We wore big black things around the middle and we were attached at the hip. 

6. LKL BLOG: Do you believe in ghosts?  Any ghost sightings or experiences?

LARRY KING: I’m open to anything.  I don’t believe, I don’t disbelieve.  I’m curious about them.  I’ve never seen a ghost.  The only adventure I’ve had was with a poltergeist, that’s a common ghost, who for a series of times in a Miami grocery store would, in the middle of the night, throw everything on the floor. Cereals—everything the grocery store sold, they would find on the floor and no one was there all night.  They’d come back the next night and it would be all on the floor in the morning.  One night they stayed all night and nothing happened.  And then they didn’t stay and it happened again.  Poltergeists are comic ghosts who have fun.

7. LKL BLOG: What scares you?

LARRY KING: Death. Or as Woody Allen said, I’m not really afraid of death, I just don’t want to be there when it happens.

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c g moon   October 30th, 2009 8:36 pm ET

I have a comment re Larry's first show about the' Wrong Way Driver', Diane Schuler. In the last 15 minutes of that show, it was said Diane had an abscessed tooth that had been bothering her for awhile. It's a well-known fact that tooth infections can eventually cause heart damage. My son had a heart condition that killed him at age 27, my daughter and a friend have Mitral Valve Prolapse and all 3 had to take antibiotics before having dental work done. The way it was described, Diane's arm was weak and she was sagging over the steering wheel which would lead you to suspect a heart attack. Perhaps she stopped to get Tylenol and couldn't get any and having the Vodka in the car, she drank that and maybe even smoked some pot to relieve the pain. But, the underlying cause of her accident was a heart attack. I think her body should be exhumed and autopsy performed. Perhaps look for signs of an alcoholic.

Trina Wallace   October 30th, 2009 9:11 pm ET

Love these insights, Larry. Your show tonight was a hoot, informative and perfect for the holiday. I love Halloween! BOO!

Peggy   October 30th, 2009 9:13 pm ET

Some years back when my family lived in upstate NY we had a ghost in our townhouse. I had been seeing and hearing him a year before my husband and I both admitted what we were seeing. He walked in our hall and down the stairs. My husband described him exactly as I had been seeing him- a boy in blue pajamas with blonde hair and about 8 years old. He was often calling for mommy. He never did anything evil. But our children always lost balls and hairbrushes in the house. When it came time to move, I never did find the balls or hairbrushes. Now, years later as adults, my children tell us they heard this little fellow walk up and down the stairs and they saw him as well.

diane fishkin   October 30th, 2009 9:19 pm ET

i have a ghost story, while in New Orleans i took pictures at Ann Rice's house and what came out on a sunny day was a picture with a big white cloud and below it a man dressed in a long black, like priestess outfit buttoned down . you could see his hands and his face is turned, i had it authenticated as a ghost from the ghost society i chicago, very interesting, i have many stories of spirits coming around and of my angels, remember there is no such thing as a coincidence, i do believe

Ronald Cole   October 30th, 2009 9:20 pm ET

I Absolutely believe in ghost. I've always been very reluctant to say anything about it. On 2 seperate occassions, I've seen ghost while with others that saw the exact same thing, so we knew we weren't crazy, 3 times altogether.

Then there was the 1 time I was alone. This ghost was not nice, actually grabbed me, held me down and push me around, and I'm a 245 lbs. man. It frightened me so badly, I didn't settle down for more than a week and never revealed the incident to a single soul. Yes, I'm sure they exist.

Angela Charlotte, NC   October 30th, 2009 9:22 pm ET

When I was a child, my aunt and I discussed religion and life after death. She told me she would come back and tell me when she passed. I forgot all about it, but a few days after she died I suddenly felt she wanted to tell me something. She shared her experience of the hereafter, told me I could not reach her any more, and three things which were later confirmed with other family members who I had not been in touch with for some time. I am a believer.

When my father died I am sure he came back to me as a bee. There are many examples, too many to mention when he came to me, including sitting on my finger outside my new home that I was closing on in the month of January, and buzzing around me out on the ocean in a rubber dinghy travelling at speed when I was nervous. The operator of the craft said he had NEVER seen a bee there before!

diane fishkin   October 30th, 2009 9:24 pm ET

i was in new orleans and took pictures at ann rice's house what came out was apicture of a very old gentlemen dressed in a long black buttoned doen cossack. you can see his hands which were very white and of course his head and outline of his face, i sent this to the ghost society in chicago where they sent me a letter authenticating these pictures. also so many thins have happened to me concerning spirits, too many to mention here

Michael S.   October 30th, 2009 9:29 pm ET

When I was 11 years old (1972)
Me,my mom and my aunt were in my aunts brownstone apartment house located off the Brooklyn NY piers. I later found out the buildings were erected in the 1870's to house the longshoremen and dock workers of the time. When I was walking through the upstairs hallway where all 3 bedrooms were, I saw what looked like a shadow or silloette of a man, who look as if he was wearing a long raincoat and a sailors type hat. I saw him slowly just strolling through the hall and going into the end bedroom. I was scared, I mean real chills in my body. I told my mom and aunt what I saw thinking they would say I was nuts, but my aunt said that she had also seen the same man about three times in the past 10 years. Her neighbor had also seen the same shadow of a sailor type man outside by the front door, over the years. I will tell you that this is 100% true, and I definitely did see it.

David Gordon   October 30th, 2009 9:31 pm ET

Yes I believe in spirits, and/or demons. It has interested me. Both of my grandparents/maternal and paternal have been exorcised and have had demons on top of me while in bed.

Just wanted to get through to Dan Aykroyd and say I can share his experiences with the instruments. Only it was a drum.

Angela   October 30th, 2009 9:33 pm ET

My husband, an Electronics Engineer, died of a sudden heart attack on 6/3/09. A few days later, the remote inside my Cadillac stopped opening my garage door and I could not unlock the trunk with the key fob or the button inside the car. These two electronic devices remained inoperable for about a week. Just as I was preparing to take the car back to the dealer for maintenance, both devices suddenly began working properly and have worked properly ever since. I've decided "Electronics" was my husband's language and he was trying to let me know he had survived his passage through death's door.

Cody   October 30th, 2009 9:33 pm ET

A couple of years ago my family and I visited my uncle in Arizona. He took us to Tombstone, AZ where we visited the Bird Cage Theatre my wife was down stairs and snapped some shots with her camera. Later in the year when we were home and watched the episode of T.A.P.S. (which we always watched anyhow) in which they investigated The BirdCage Theatre. We decided to get out our pics and noticed in one of them a face clear as day exactly where others had claimed to see one. It was in a mirror looking right back at us. Since the show we've been to Tombstone and the Birdcage along with The Copperqueen Hotel a little further south of Tombstone also investigated by T.A.P.S. The guys at T.A.P.S. are amazing keep up the good work!!! thanks Cody and Kasey

Cassie ford   October 30th, 2009 9:37 pm ET

The first ghost/entity that I seen was about 12 years ago it was of a girl and she ran through my house and disappeared. Then I seen one of my grandmother and she passed away about 10 years ago and. She came to me one night and told me to care for my sister that her & I are all we have. Then one about a year ago it sat on the edge of my bed then was gone.

Angela   October 30th, 2009 9:45 pm ET

For about 30 years, I've collected actual photographs of mysterious entities, angels and even one photo I believe is the image of Lucifer prior to explusion from Heaven. He has a huge wingspan, short curley hair and appears to be wearing some type of a metallic helmet. The wings are black as is the gown or robe he is wearing. He appears to be androginous. The light of distant stars is reflected on the edges of his magnificent wings! This photo had to have been taken from space or with a powerful telescope.

Brydon Wardel   October 30th, 2009 9:46 pm ET

Years ago when I was visiting my Grandmothers house in Quebec one summer I encountered a ghost. I was quite young at the time and I felt something was uot of place and he was conversing with me in english rather then a French canadian accent. At first I took the ghost as a figment of my imagination but the ghost placed it's invisible hands on my blanket..I could tell from seeing and feeling the hand prints on my blanket.

sue   October 30th, 2009 9:48 pm ET

Larry's guest tonight spoke of the other side as Heaven and if you're bad you get a swift kick. I hate to differ, but if you believe in heaven , then you must know the opposite of heaven is HELL. The Bible speaks of HELL more than it does of Heaven. HELL will be more than a kick in the rear and it will be for eternity. Imagine that! My prayers are for all the people that have not accepted Jesus as the Lord of their life. He gave His life so you could have life in Heaven forever. It's a FREE gift. All you have to do is accept it. I believe there are angels and demon spirits. We need the angels to help keep the demons away.

Mike Tinsley   October 30th, 2009 9:50 pm ET

In late February of this year, my sister was checking her cellphone to see a list of missed calls she had received. On that list was a call dated January 14, 2009, received at 2:09pm. The name on the caller ID was our older brother, "Larry Tinsley", however, there was no number (I have a photo of the display screen depicting this information). The scary part of this is that Larry had died a month earlier on December 16, 2008. We had actually put his cell phone in his casket at his funeral. We understand that his phone number could be re-assigned, however, how would the new owner of that number know to call my sister's cell phone? We have tried to come up with an explanation but cannot come to anything that makes sense. Maybe this was his way of letting us know that he was OK on the other side. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks.

brolando broadhead   October 30th, 2009 9:52 pm ET

I was 9 years old when i saw a shadow moaning in my bathroom
in my grandma's house .I thout it was my grandpa he died when
i was born.That might have been my SCARIEST moment in my

Erin   October 30th, 2009 9:53 pm ET

Hey Larry How are you tonight? HAPPY HALLOWEEN. My mother has died in the year of 1995 of a painful cancer. My dad, my brother and myself are going through a rough times. In Christmas of 1995 weird things starting to happen to us. My dad took me and my brother to the Rockies, Canada for Christmas I was 15 and my brother was 13. It was the most beautiful time of year up in the Rockies. On Christmas night when dad give me a nice Diamond and Emerald ring for my birthday/Christmas gift everything went pitched black. All three of us was standing in the middle of the room. The lamp on the nightstand went out, The other lights went out the TV was on but no sound and the light in the bathroom came on and the light was off. After dad put the ring on my finger the lights came back on. The light in the bathroom went off and the sound of the TV came back on and all of us just know that was our mother. I went into tears and chills. The more I think about that the more I teared up sometime. (Here comes the water works LOL) I never felt like that before. I think my mother is telling us Happy Birthday, and Merry Christmas. I also have another cool feel of my mother. My brother, his ex-girlfriend and I are moving back and forth to Garden City, SC to Folly Beach, SC. My dad again was staying in Garden City and it was me, My brother and his loser ex-girlfriend are staying on Folly Beach, SC and I just fix a nice cup of sweet Ice tea that I made. After all that I pour myself a cup of sweet ice tea and took is in the living room to get ready to watch Young and the Restless. Then my brother's ex-girlfriend call me to my old room when I was little for something and when I walked out Yelling at her lazy bones my cup of tea was gone. Thanks for her I miss 15 mins of the story and I was recording it anyway I start looking for my cup of tea. I look in the backroom of the house, the living room, the den and the kitchen. I also walked out onto the porch and see my cup of tea on the floor where you walked onto the porch and the cup of tea was half full. It was my mother again playing a little joke on me again. Once again I feel like she was in the house with me. I hope you enjoy me stories. These stories are TRUE NOT MAKE UP PEOPLE! I believe in Spirits and ghosts and They are true if you just believe.

Erin from Garden City, SC

brolando broadhead   October 30th, 2009 9:54 pm ET

im looking at larry king right now LIVE in this very moment

Deborah   October 30th, 2009 10:01 pm ET

I was awakened one night by a musical sounding chime like voice and thought I was dreaming. But when I was shore I was awake I heard my name being called again. I was so scared I could not move until I thought my children might be in trouble. With courage for my children I got out of bed and checked on them. Everything was OK so I thought I must have been dreaming got back in bed. My name was called in the chime like sound voice again. The fear was great I pinched my husband awake and told him something or someone was calling my name. He listened and got out of bed and put his ear to the wall left the room and turned off the electricity at the breaker outside of the house. He told me the wires in the wall were sparking. That day he pulled new wires through that room while the rest of the family went to our regular church service.

Sandy P   October 30th, 2009 10:28 pm ET

My parents, who lived in Pennsylvania, delayed a vist to relatives in Portugal untill 2 weeks after my youngest son was born. This was the summer of 1973. They were supposed to spend 6 weeks in Portugal visiting relatives. About 2 weeks after they arrived in Portugal, I was visited, while asleep, by an older gentleman who wanted to tell me about his son being in danger. This happened 2 nights in a row. Well, the first night, I dismissed it as perhaps a dream. At this time, we lived across the road from a train track. The second night I had not fallen off to sleep due a noisey train running down the track. This time, I was awake, and I heard the noise of the train stop, the gentleman again mentioned about his son being in danger. I then recognized the voice of my Grandfather, my dads father. When he was done talking to me, the sound of the running train came back, and moments later, the train went on down the track. I'm sure of this as I was awake the entire time. A couple of weeks later, my sister called me and said that I needed to sit down, cause she had something to tell me. Apparently, my mom had called her from Portugal to tell her the problem. Well, I told my sister that I already knew that my father was in danger. Dad had come down with a form of temporary polio, and by the time he arrived home, he was stricken to a cot. He spent 3 months at home being hospitalized, and in a rehab where he later regained all of his motor skills. When dad recovered, I told him what had happened, and he wasn't supprized that his father had tried to warn me.

Gloria Merrill   October 30th, 2009 11:10 pm ET

My husband of 59 years passed away on 10 29 07. I have a charcoal painting facing my chair. His eyes are watching me. If I get up and go to the left to the kitchen – his eyes follow me.
Another incident, among many – One night – shortly after his death – I headed for my bedroom doors towards the bathroom. As I place my hand on the door knob, the knob moved – I opened the door and my husband was standing there – dressed in his favorite house clothes. It was a second or two – and e was gone. When my Mom passed away – her soul was in her home for a good six months and one day -she was gone and I knew she had left. Before that I felt her in her home all the time

carol kesling   October 31st, 2009 12:26 am ET

these are some great stories... happy halloween everyone....happy halloween larry to you and your family !!!!

Sharpie   October 31st, 2009 12:39 am ET

As I rode my motorcycle north on Highway 13 towards Branson, Missouri, I had a head-on collision with a car. Landing on my head, I was dead on the side of the road for several minutes. In this unconscious state I became ‘aware’ – outside my body. The only way I can communicate this awareness is through my poetry.


I am translucent to the touch
I want to but I don’t feel much

There’s a void where I used to stand
And nothing in my mind or hand

I’m continuing to play this roll
Then totally exposing my soul

With virtual reality as my guide
In my mind there’s no place to hide

My conscience holds me at bay
Please try to see it all my way

Some day it will all work out
Of this I tell myself with no doubt

Here it is on paper with pen and ink
Again trying to rationalize what I think

(c)James "Sharpie" Sharpensteen

Jeff   October 31st, 2009 12:46 am ET

Last Halloween I woke up the following morning with a white sheet on. I look down, towards my toes, and saw Casper. Weird, I thought he would be much bigger.

He slowly limped away. Simply amazing.

Stacey   October 31st, 2009 12:51 am ET

What was the flight # they were discussing. It was American Airlines but I didn't catch flight #. Thanks

Becky Kleitz(sounds like eye)   October 31st, 2009 12:51 am ET

The first time I ever saw or experienced a ghost, was when I was eight years old...I saw my grandfather standing beside the bed that my mom and I were sharing while at my grandma's for the funeral. I have always believed. I do not understand where ghosts fit in to the whole "religion" thing...why some folks "go into the light" while others linger here...and I am fascinated by the subject. Given the choice, I suppose I would choose to go where my family is(provided they aren't as screwed up as they were here), but I can definitely see the advantages of hanging around given the opportunity...I can definitely think of some folks that could use a good haunting...

Frani Bell   October 31st, 2009 12:56 am ET

I very much believe in "ghosts". I like to call them spirits though. When I was about 10 years old (I am now 19) i woke up one night and had to use my inhaler. We kept it downstairs in the medicine cabinet in our house. As any other 10 year old would do, I turned all lights that I passed. As I go to the bottom of the stairs and looked towards the office we had set up, I saw someone swiveling in the chair. I thought it was my mom and called out "Mommy?" She didn't answered but just looked at me. It scared me and I ran back upstairs screaming bloody murder. My parents to this day still believe I was just having a bad dream, but I know I wasn't. I was completely awake. It was a little girl with a long pale face and brown hair that hit her shoulders.

A couple years later when we lived on the same street but different house I was talking to a pastor who now lived in the house. He told me that when he came home from work he heard someone on the stairs and knew his kids and wife were still at school. He then described the same little girl that I saw. To the tee. Spirits very much exist, I believe they are just lost and don't know exactly how to get to Heaven.

Chaya Kostelick   October 31st, 2009 1:06 am ET

My daughter saw the ghost of the woman who built our house. She was about three at the time.
My abba died pon 24, February, 1991. I had a cardiac arrest on 24, June, 1991, I went to the other side. I saw my dad and a friend of mine. Abba put his hands on my shoulders and told me to go back, it's not my time. My friend nodded. When I got out of the hospital, I called my Ema and told her I needed my friends phone number, she told me he'd passed on between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
I still feel my Abba's presence occasionally. When I had braces on my teeth, he'd contact me through my braces. Usually he just tells me something.
I'm a born again Christian. It does say don't believe in that, but I wouldn't have had those experiences if ghosts didn't exist. Perhaps that's just for me.

ginger   October 31st, 2009 1:14 am ET

It is such an honor to e-mail you!!! i've wanted to for long but I'm not really into the computer thing (and I'm really not that old-just old enough to be in the middle)!!!!!! anyway...
I have followed your work for many years; way before CNN!!! I would cherish an autographed pair of suspenders!!! I know they are a very valued item, but I truly am a sincere fan. Should you find it fesible to make my day, I would be eternally grateful. (oh!! By the way, watch out for Anderson, he's the next you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) Just kidding!!!! There is only one Larry King!!! I love you!!!

Jojo   October 31st, 2009 1:32 am ET

I was staying at a hotel in New Orleans down in the french quarter. I was awakened – like just woke up in the middle of the night. I saw a Confederate Soldier looking at me. It was as real as we are. He had long blonde hair and blue eyes. He seemed friendly and was trying to tell me something! It was soo real and I will always remember him! I believe that some spirits hang around on earth for whatever reasons. The energy of them being here makes some kind of a permanent imprression. I also believe that our guardian angel is around us also.

sloan   October 31st, 2009 1:44 am ET

Happy Halloween! My grandmother told me this story growing up: My grandfather passed away in the 1950's. He had been ill for a number of years and, toward the end of his life, had to have both legs amputated and have a bed set up for him in the living room. The evening after my grandfather was buried, my grandmother came home alone to find my grandfather sitting on the edge of his bed in the living room. My grandmother said they talked for awhile and then he said he had to go and disappeared. My grandmother was a deeply religious woman and would never have made a story like that up so that taught me that anything is possible once we pass away and we should not fear any messages we might receive from someone on the other side. They might just need to finalize their thoughts.

A. Smith   October 31st, 2009 2:58 am ET

What I feel is truely scary Larry is:

Ayatollahs, Clerics and Mullahs that teach the Creator rewards believers that blow themselves up while murdering as many non-believers as possible.

The Pope, and Christian Preachers, Ministers that teach the Creator is racist, sexist, genocidal and a jealous being.

My first hand observation is that the Creator does not in any fashion reward evil people performing evil actions.

The Creator in no fashion is sexist, racist nor commits any actions which would be seen as genocidal.

There is nothing in the entire Universe that can make the Creator jealous. Cause him sadness perhaps, but jealousy, NO.

Larry, how did those formerly mentioned evil people become self-appointed spokespersons for the Creator? What they teach is nothing like the Creator himself.

A. Smith

Scott   October 31st, 2009 3:09 am ET

Ain't no ghosts......only good drugs.

Angela   October 31st, 2009 3:50 am ET

This happened to me in the fall of 1978. I was driving home from morning classes at the local community college. It had rained earlier, and the street was wet. The road was two lanes wide, one lane for each direction. Cars were parked on both sides of the residential street, effectively making it almost a one lane road, with very little manuvering room.

I was looking forward out of the windshield. Suddenly my Great-Grandmother, from the passenger seat, said; "Angela, when the car goes into a spin, turn the steering wheel to the left!" She used her most authoritatve tone, the same on she used when I was a small child, and I better obey her, or else. No sooner had she said this, than my car began to skid and slide on the wet pavement, turning in circles. I automatically obeyed my Great -GrandMother, steering left. I ended up facing the opposite direction, with my car stalled. I didn't hit any other cars, although it was a miracle. I would have been severely injured, at the least.

I looked over at the passenger seat, but it was empty, of course. My Great-Grandmother had died several years earlier. But I know she saved me that morning.

CHRISILDA ROMERO IN SAN ANTONIO,TX   October 31st, 2009 4:27 am ET

Hi I live in junction city ,kansas but im from san antonio ,tx and there are other haunted places for your paranormal friends to investigate. there is a place called the ghost tracks where a school bus full of children and a train had a traffic accident and all the kids died.the area is known and the truth is if you take your car and park in netural a few feet away from the train track that the ghost of children will push your car over the tracks so you dont have an accident and if you put baby powder over the back of your car you can possiably get some hand prints...tomarrow night there will be a long line of cars there just for fun its kind of a tridition in san antonio now but it was even said once that the children were even tired of pushing.... also the alamodome in san antonio is very haunted....also the old nut house on presa st that burned down is haunted but it is even guarded buy a man so no one enters the mother worked at manger hotel years ago and said there is a lot of activtiy on the side where the rich poeple stayed on the usually she entered on the back entrence thru the kitchen...i my self have seen a few things awake and in my sleep usually dead relitaves... P.S. CHIP COFFIE WAS GREAT I HOPE TO SEE A SEGMENT ON HIM SOON....I NEVER SEE YOUR SHOW BUT IM A FAN OF MR.COFFE AND I CHANCED THE CHANEL AND IT COUGHT MY EYE ,SO U CAN SAY I WAS CALLED .

G. Moreau   October 31st, 2009 4:29 am ET

Love you Larry ! On your show tonight "Do you believe in ghosts" was really interesing. To answer your question: Yes I do believe in ghosts, have seen more than one. I also know spirits do exist. You mentionned Laurie on your show. Could someone please give me her full name and how I can get in touch with her. Thank you so much.

anonymous   October 31st, 2009 5:23 am ET

playing hide n go seek. i was hiding in the corner of the house behind a portable gas heater. After being found and everyone had hid and i was in. A shadow came up out of the corner, moved across the wall then out the door.

I've had spirits sit on me and actually bounced up and down as if they were sitting on me.

One day at my dads house after he had passed away, the wash house cupboard SLAMMED 3 times and no one was there.

martin buldeo rai   October 31st, 2009 5:35 am ET

Hi Larry

Interesting topic.
In the vedic scriptures we can read that there are 4 life forms on earth:
humans, plants, animals and.......spirits.
These spirits are not always dangerous. The most dangerous ones are worshipped as gods (according the rig veda).

Spirits live in symbiosis with humans. In fact in the same way as cats and dogs. Spirits cannot live without humans, some are friendly and some are not. They have the same status as our petdogs.

In de rig veda it is stated: spirits live in trees, houses, sometimes in some animals.

All religions describe spirits as strange beings.
Some spirits from other worlds can posses humans and animals.
In fact in a certain stage we can be easily be possesed by spirits.
excess alcohol, drugs, medicines, chemicals in or one your body,
weak persons and extremely angry (those who turn to hatred) can easily be possesed.

Take a bath in the morning and before sleep with seasalt.
Wash your house regulary with salty water and spirits will leave you.

happy Haloween 🙂

martin from Holland

Laurie P.   October 31st, 2009 5:48 am ET

I didn't believe in ghosts until my Dad died and all of us kids heard him talking.

naina   October 31st, 2009 6:13 am ET

great stories happy halloween everyone ........and happy halloween to you Larry .

Obinna (from Nigeria)   October 31st, 2009 6:23 am ET

Hi Larry i will be shocked if you guys still ague over the existence of ghost,
they are every where, on the streets, in our homes....i think we should focus more on whom they are, what they want, are they harmful, can they help solve some mysteries that has eluded mankind maybe they can help us look into the future.

Charlie   October 31st, 2009 8:41 am ET

At nine years old my cousin and I were walking towards this home to trick or treat. When a man came around the side of the house came up behind us and scared the living daylights out of us. The man was dressed up as the Zodiac killer and was yelling and screaming we ran so fast. I also remember throwing eggs at garage doors. To get away from neighbors we decided to jump the fences the only problem when I did that all my eggs broke in my coat pocket what a mess. My favorite costume was Kasper the friendly Ghost.

Jeff   October 31st, 2009 2:01 pm ET

Friends of mine have the ghost of a little boy in their house; he communicates with them by adjusting their radio (volume up for yes, down for no) and sometimes if they leave crayons and paper out, he'll draw pictures. I was there last year (I plan to visit again soon) and left crayons and paper out and went upstairs. No one else in the house went downstairs for half an hour. When I came back down, there was a smiley face with my name written above it.
He's been seen a few times over the years; he's been described as a little boy with blonde hair wearing a "hoodie". Through a lengthy radio "conversation", it's been determined that he died in the house at age 12 in 1930 and likes the family and so decided to communicate with them.
His radio conversations have sometimes been funny; once, someone in the room was picking on the ghost, jokingly calling him names, and someone else said "If you aren't careful, he'll call you a big fat b****!" Just then, the CD on the radio started playing, switched itself over to a song with that same title and began to play. 🙂
I know many people don't believe, calling believers people with vivid imaginations. But I captured a lot of things I cannot explain on video, and much of what I just described has been witnessed by more than one person. If you don't believe, that's fine, but we know what we saw – and recorded.

katrina,ohio   November 1st, 2009 10:07 pm ET

Does n e one know y my blog was erased from here?

Donald L Allen   November 3rd, 2009 12:11 am ET

hello Larry king what is going on in the world to day I been gone fore a wild and it never no better I cant say but you no what I no so were even I don,t right to much so you no that I so I time of so-row and it need A time of what is not just right but it need the turf and I well say I wood like to be in the pricier right now if you no how I field and tell Robert refer d I said hi well that is all I no for now see you Larry king
Donald L Allen

scarecrow1958   December 5th, 2009 3:50 am ET

Hello everyone

scarecrow1958   December 5th, 2009 3:51 am ET

hello again

scarecrow1958   December 5th, 2009 3:52 am ET

a blue hello

scarecrow1958   December 5th, 2009 4:32 am ET

one more test

scarecrow1958   December 5th, 2009 4:34 am ET

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ibelieve25   December 5th, 2009 5:41 am ET

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