Ghosts of long-dead hunters roaming Buena Vista moors
It is known, certain dramatic ends inspire ghosts, at the very least ghost stories.
Murder comes to mind, especially the messy variety, a generous advantage to ghosts.
Some nationalities are notably ghost-ridden, the Scots come to mind, Mexicans, Tahitans, Japanese. For some reason, Norwegians do not suffer ghosts, lutefisk is a barrier of some sort. American Indians suffer ghosts with theatric aplomb, the likely precursors to Edgar Allen Poe.
There are land forms that habitually suffer ghosts, dank forest is a good start, sleepy little valleys easily inhabited by ghosts, rivers with teeth meaning rapids regularly suffer ghosts. Apparently stage-craft drowning the cause.
Ghostings are the less scientific, these the less literary form of ghosts, seldom seen as felt. A dark night woods might not have ghosts, but abundant with ghostings. Derelict houses known to have ghostings, better if mayhem has occurred.
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