Are you easily frightened or startled?
Yes, it’s why I never visit haunted houses.
(Purely whimsical supposition. Suspend disbelief for a bit)
If you were a ghost, what location do you think you would haunt? Is it the same or different from the location you’d want to haunt?
I’m afraid I don’t have much imagination about this sort of thing right now. My brain is more of less fried from working two 12 hours days, will probably do that again for the rest of the week. So my simple answer is I would haunt either my house or my grave site but then I might not have a grave site. So my house it is.
What do you see in your mind’s eye when you close your eyes? (I know somebody will answer ‘the inside of my eyelids”, so I took the temptation away by answering that first! Feel free to use that answer if you like though, or pass. It’s ALL good!)
As much as I’d like to laugh and say “the inside of my eyelids”, I can’t because I never see the inside of my eyelids when I close my eyes. When I close my eyes, my imagination comes alive. Story plots begin to swirl in my mind’s eyes.
Lately, each time I close my eyes, I keep seeing a old plot from one of my unfinished short stories. It keeps trying to push forward and continue the story but then it’s like it’d hit a wall. Then it would rewind and play it over like an object hitting the wall over and over. My imagination is very annoying sometimes.
If a Semi (Big Rig in Americanese) (lorry or trolley over the pond) were about to smash into a crowd, and you could divert the vehicle’s course to hit only one person, would you? How would you decide who would become the victim?
This reads like a question my business philosophy professor asked the class on the first day of class to demonstrate utilitarianism and altruism. I think I would divert the vehicle’s course but unless Superman or someone near-invincible is in the crowd, I don’t know how I’ll decide who would become the victim.