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The Ghost Galleon and Horror of the Zombies, title Ship of Zombies. The Ghost Galleon is still a drastic improvement over The Return of the Evil Dead, and deeply flawed though it may be, the movie holds some sort of bizarre, inexplicable charm. The phantom galleon carries the coffins of the Knights Templar, eyeless mummies who hunt humans by sound. Which speaks of the ghost of a dead highwayman. What should one believe about demons, ghosts and spirits? Firstly, we should be aware that demons, ghosts and spirits do exist. The reason I know this, is that the world’s most read writings on Spiritual matters – the infallible Word of the Creator of the Universe – The Bible, tells us that they do exist. In the pages of ancient scripture (The Bible) we read that demons are real, they do indeed exist. We see that Jesus himself dealt with demons (Matthew 8) and taught about their activities. Jesus' apostles also dealt with demonic activity (Luke 10:17-20; Acts 16: 16-18). Demons are fallen angels that chose to follow Satan during his rebellion against God. GHOSTS “And when the disciples saw Him walking on the sea, they were troubled, saying, “It is a ghost!” And they cried out for fear” Matt 14:26 GALLEONS PictureGalleon The word ‘Galleon’ is similar to the French 'Galion' "little ship", Spanish 'Galeón' "armed merchant ship", Portuguese 'Galeão' "war ship" and Byzantine Greek 'Galea' "galley" ‘Galleon’ was originally applied to large ships in the 12th and 13th centuries. These sea going vessels were powered by 60, 64 or 80 oarsmen and used as war ships and ocean exploration. The accounts of the crusades mention galleons or galliots which were probably vessels of this kind. Later the name Galleon was applied to many types of large sailing ships of different origins. DO YOU BELIEVE IN GHOSTS? BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW Ghosts. What do you really think about them? If someone pushes us, most will admit a degree of love for scary stories. But what about reports of real ghosts, even by sincere Christians? Few Christians seem to know what to think. If we look to the Scriptures, however, we find solid answers, even on this murky subject. Armed with the knowledge, that people do not remain on earth after death, anyone who has experienced an unexplained ghostly vision and is able to rule out, that they have either imagined or dreamt the vision, they should accept that an encounter with a Demon is a very real possibility. HAUNTED GHOSTLY GALLEONS & HAUNTED BUILDINGS There are many popular 'spooky' stories of Ghostly galleons, Ghost ships, haunted houses and hospitals, prisons and other buildings being haunted. By ‘haunted’ most people mean that the malevolent spirit (or ghost) of a deceased person may inhabit the house in a threatening manner, to those who live there. Others claim that they have communicated with good ghosts of a dead person. In any of these situations, if the paranormal activity is genuine and not the imaginings or dreams of the people, these 'ghosts' are really demons impersonating the dead person. Most people have heard of these mischievous Spirits called Poltergeists. THE HAUNTED SHIP - ALKIMOS In Western Australia, stories of ghosts on-board the Alkimos started shortly after she was wrecked in 1963. Around the same time, not far away north on the coast, the Treasure ship Gilt Dragon had been discovered.