Haunted objects… how do they work?
In the following video, one explanation is a visit from “the other side.” Someone in spirit form is interacting with an object. At the time, the object seems haunted.
However, after that interaction, the object isn’t necessarily haunted or cursed, and it’s not a possessed object.
It’s just a talisman or a reminder of that spiritual encounter through an object.
In the glass in the video, the woman has a happy reminder. It’s important to remember that “haunted” doesn’t always mean “evil.”
A second explanation of haunted objects appears at about the seven-minute mark in this video. That is, a person and an object can exchange physical particles. When that happens, you’ve left a marker on the object… and it’s left its mark on you.
That’s a good thing when it’s a lucky charm or a blessed item.
When it isn’t… that’s the scary kind of haunted or cursed object. That’s a haunted object that can cause huge problems in the home or business where it is.
However, disposing of the paranormal object becomes a challenge because it’s now connected to you through exchanged particles.
This may be one reason why John Zaffis, star of SyFy’s Haunted Collector, says that you shouldn’t just throw out a haunted object. You certainly shouldn’t break it into pieces or burn it.
First, move it away from human contact. By doing that, you reduce the number of particles you’re exchanging.
Putting a barrier between the object and people — such as wrapping it in a couple of trash bags and putting it in an unused shed or storage unit — can further reduce the particle exchange.
After that, either contact John Zaffis, or get help from the religious community in your area.