Why do we still believe in the paranormal?
Posted On July 13, 2021
This article originally appeared in the Lad Bible.
Kevin Hart and David Lynch star in a new movie that examines the possibility of ghosts.
The film is based on a short film that was inspired by Hart’s experiences and has become a viral sensation.
The movie, entitled “Haunted House,” is a ghostly, supernatural thriller that examines Hart’s paranormal experiences and whether or not they were paranormal.
The video above has a behind-the-scenes look at the film.
Kevin and David, both renowned ghost hunters, tell their story on the set of the movie and the movie itself.
In a short clip from the film, Kevin talks about his work with the FBI and the recent release of the documentary “Haunted: The Evidence,” which examines Hart and other ghost hunters’ experiences.
“We’ve had some really great experiences that have come to light,” Kevin says.
“There’s a story that came to light that a woman who was a member of the local government, she had a husband who died a couple of years ago, and he had a young child and they were living in a trailer in the woods and the children were in a car, but it was locked, and the doors were locked.
And they were still there, and she went out to the trailer, and it was raining.
And she came back and there were children in the car, and they said to her, ‘Are you sure that you have these kids?
They’re not mine.'”
The video below has a breakdown of the film and Kevin’s personal experiences.
Kevin says he has been called a liar and an idiot for claiming that he saw people and spirits on the trailer.
“They have been called that before,” he says.
In the video, Kevin discusses the fact that his experiences are not paranormal and that he doesn’t believe in ghosts, but that he’s been accused of believing in ghosts all along.
“I’ve never been a believer,” he said.
“When I was a kid I was very good at being a believer, I just didn’t believe.”
Kevin Hart is not the first person to call himself a skeptic.
The actor, best known for his roles in “Ghostbusters,” “Twister,” and “Twin Peaks,” has said that he considers himself a natural skeptic, saying, “I’m a natural sceptic.
I don’t believe that everything is fake, and I don. And I don�t believe in supernatural phenomena.”
Kevin has been interviewed about his beliefs on his Facebook page.
Here is a sampling of some of his responses: I have always been an atheist.
I have never been an agnostic, and certainly never a believer in the supernatural.
I do believe in spirits.
I believe in paranormal phenomena.
I know that some of them do exist.
I think that we’re seeing the end of the age of miracles.
“Haunted” opens nationwide Friday and is available on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, YouTube, Hulu Plus, and other streaming platforms.
The trailer below has been released.
For more on the movie, check out our feature story.