Here’s a good story about a man on a train trip who experienced a woman sitting on a seat next to him.
Suddenly the woman started talking to the man. But he couldn’t hear a word.
So he leaned towards her, and she seemed to lean towards him.
Her mouth was moving all the time as if she was speaking to him. But still he couldn’t hear anything of what she was trying to tell him.
After a short while he discovered, to his dismay, that the lady had vanished. Putz weg.
Anyhow, the man with this odd experience realized he suffers from a near sleep disturbance related to sleep paralysis. So he understood he had just experienced a hallucination caused by an MWR (meaning Microsleep WITH REM, i.e. a short microsleep period containing some REM dream elements or episodes).
The woman, who seemed to sit next to him, was of course not a ghost (not even of the interactive kind), but the whole scenario must instead have been part of an ongoing waking dream.
My conclusion: That man is not a woo. Kudos to him for that.
IF woos had experienced that same scenario, they would have been convinced that they just had a close encounter with a spirit contact from the “Other side” (of death) – or, maybe, a visitor from another, hitherto unknown, dimension. That’s what their belief/thought paradigm tells them it must have been. Their bizarre magical thinking produces such thoughts.
Read the whole story here: http://theassap.blogspot.se/2015/11/the-invisible-soundproof-barrier.html .
And read more about different kinds of near sleep experiences (NSEs) here: http://www.assap.ac.uk/newsite/articles/Near%20sleep%20experiences.html . A fascinating and most recommendable article.