- Motto: "Guitars aren't just good for playing music; they can also be used to beat people's brains out!"
- Weapon: Semi-Automatic Rifle
Yeah, I think creatures like the Loch Ness Monster could easily exist. New things are discovered all the time. As for aliens, I'm not too sure, but I'm not opposed to believing that they also could exist.
Now... ghosts. Again, I'm not 100% sure, but unless I'm just messed up in the head somehow (which could definitely be the case), I've seen something like them before, and so have several of my closest friends. Personally, I would say it's demons (I do believe in those). I'm a Christian, so I've looked around in the Bible for anything concerning "ghosts", and the best thing I've come up with so far is demons. I don't believe that they can physically harm me, but that they can make their presence known, and are more likely to do so in times of uncertainty or tumult. I myself have always felt like I've been followed by a specific entity who has looked the same every time I've seen it. I swear I've seen it in dreams, outside windows and in mirrors at night, as well as in broad daylight, just meandering around in my home.
Here's where it gets childish and stupid sounding. It has always looked like a clown, but I have no fear of clowns, so I don't believe a phobia would be a proper explanation for its appearance. If I'm dreaming, it always hides somewhere off to the side, and tries to get my attention. If I ever turn to look at it, the dream immediately turns into a nightmare. If I see it outside of a dream, it just grins and sends a chill down my spine. It only goes away if I walk into another room and then return. I honestly can't think of a very good way to explain it.
Coming back to the whole "monster" thing, I believe dinosaurs existed at one time, and surely there are a couple of them that have survived. Other species have been believed to be extinct, and then shown up again years later, so it's possible. As for creatures like Bigfoot, I'm not sure. I've heard a lot of stories around here (I live in Tennessee, so I'm surrounded by mountains and wooded areas), but I've never actually seen anything myself.