Paranormal fans share crazy theories about what happens after you die

Paranormal fans on Facebook sparked a fierce viral debate about what happens after you die.

A member of the Ghosts and Paranormal Caught On Tape group asked one of life’s biggest unanswered questions and received over a thousand responses.

Some of the theories were quite odd as there were mentions of respawning like in a video game and one even said you lose your feet.

But one thing the comment section made clear was that many believe that the type of life you lead determines what path you are on after death.

One user wrote: “You become ugly and lose your feet like a mermaid.”

Another user said: “You go to the spirit world and wait until your spirit finds another body to be reincarnated.”

Some have bizarre theories for what happens after you die

“You turn into a spirit & watch over your dead body,” a third added.

A fourth said: “Respawn at your last bonfire”

Some were more concerned about the state of their physical body.

One user wrote: “Our bowels open up and relax and we leave a mess.”

Another added: “You end up in a jar or a box.”

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Paranormal fans believe your afterlife is determined by your goodness as a person

A third said: “Literally nothing but decomposition.”

In other paranormal news, a psychic has said she is “protective” of spirits after a ghost saved her life one night at a spooky former jail.

The event reportedly took place at Chester County Jail, which is claimed to be one of the most haunted locations in South Carolina, US..

Liz Smith-Anderson, a psychic who runs the Chester County historical society, claimed she’s seen “two and felt another four or five” ghosts during her time working in the former prison’s grounds and claims one of them saved he life after a spirit caught her from falling from a footstool.

What do you believe happens to us when we die? Let us know in the comments below!

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