I'm a bit whacked at supernatural events and when it comes to paranormal stuff I can't get enough. I've had a bunch of stuff happen over the years, although none involved the bees.
I will admit I had an interesting time during puberty (the time when poltergist activity is thought to be at its peak) and I remember many nights when I would not sleep in my own bed, often choosing to sleep in the living room instead and even a few nights in the Hallway.
I remember the bed violently shaking as I drifted to sleep, hindsite may tell me this was my earliest experience with Out-of-Body Travel. Please read my www.beemaster.com/obe.html
for HUGE details on OBE.
I remember thinking back in my youth that something was sitting on my chest, making it impossible to escape my own bed. Often, images of lions leaping at me JUST as I drifted to sleep would snap me out of any chance of sleeping THAT night.
I would not doubt that ghost bees are possible - they really do meet all the basic criteria of astral beings (lightweight, buzzing noises that move, visual compilations that are representative of emotional moments in our memory) of course, you did boot a sickly looking one out of the house too - lol, but I'd buy "Ghost Bees" as well as other creatures that can haunt us in the quiet of night.
Ok, time for Beemaster to put down that bottle of wine he got for Christmas, it's been empty for 2 hours now - lol. But there is a world, maybe many worlds beyond the one we experience. In a post a few days ago concerning the possibilities of life in the Universe (other than ours) I mentioned a bunch of theory - but Ladybee (my lovely wife who somehow manages to keep me planted to the ground, most of the time at least) said something interesting...."Why do we always aquaint life as RELATIVE to our size, couldn't "Intellegent life" be nearly molecular in size? Couldn't their be millions of "Manned" space craft flying around in this very room as we speak? And to them, are we so vast in size that they see us as entire galaxies in which they travel?"
Heavy stuff from a lady who has NEVER read a sci-fi book in her life, huh? Bet you didn't expect these whacked answers - lol.
Happy New Year JerryMac and Thanks for the interesting post.