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Ghost-Proof Your House: 11 Ways the Superstitious Keep Evil Spirits at Bay

For most of us, Halloween is just a day when we don a Halloween costume and go to a party or take the kids trick-or-treating. But in many cultures around the world, ghostly superstitions are taken seriously enough to actually affect the way homes are built and maintained. In this infographic, we look at 11 such beliefs, from nailing a horseshoe above the door to skipping the 13th floor (and in some cases, all floors that end in 4) in buildings.

Superstitions From Around The World To Keep Spirits and Ghosts Away

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9 responses to “Ghost-Proof Your House: 11 Ways the Superstitious Keep Evil Spirits at Bay”

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  2. […] are taken very seriously. This graphic, created in a collaboration between Column Five and Credit Sesame, details 11 ways that people build their homes to keep spirits away, from tiny houses specifically […]

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  5. […] out this handy little infographic that compiles a list of 11 Tried-and-True Ways to Keep Spirits at Bay.  Even if you aren't a believer in “the great beyond,” you'll definitely appreciate […]

  6. […] many cultures around the world," explains Credit Sesame, "ghostly superstitions are taken seriously enough to actually affect the way homes are built […]

  7. […] I rented a house not too long ago while we were building and there was definately some spooky things that happened there.  Lights coming on in the middle of the night, apparitions moving around at night that were clearly visible, smoke alarms going for no reason.  If you believe in ghosts, I’d have to say this “ghost” was friendly and had a sense of humor. My family was all aware of it being around but never had any fear.  Here’s a list of 11 ways to “GhostProof” your house. […]

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