|Kharis and Dr. Zak Bagans|
Spirits or "ghosts", as some of you mistakenly call them, have been a mystery to mankind for a millennium.
The first recorded instance of mankind's curiosity with ghosts dates back to the time of King Kharis II of Egypt. On a tomb built on the banks of Africa's Turhan Bay archaeologists found a series of weather beaten hieroglyphs. On these markings, mixed in with carvings of tana leaves and ritual sacrifice were three unique images: a human skeleton, whispering lips and a widened eye. I'm sure none of you are surprised to learn that the message translates into, "Did you hear that?", which is, some 2000 years after its inscription, the most commonly used phrase by TV ghost hunters to this day.
You might say that this is ironic, but please don't because it would be a gross misuse of the word.
I teach you. You learn.
AKA "The Naturalist"