Here's an example: an article entitled, "Prefrontal white matter in pathological liars" found massively (20% ) increased prefrontal white matter, and a 40% decrease grey/white matter ratio in pathological liars, as compared to both controls and antisocials.
That way you’re free to express your feelings, but not drown in them.So, why do some people feel in the presence of paranormal activity?The number of people who feel absolutely nothing in the presence of strong paranormal activity is very, very small—however, factors such as your physical health, your mental and emotional state, your intelligence/awareness, and your belief system could all play a role in how you respond. There have been many scientific studies done on Extra Sensory Perception, which seems to be the ability used when sensing a spirit or haunting. Doesn't always happen, but it freaks me out when it does. Different people feel different things around ghosts. A "bad vibe" feeling (in the form of goosebumps, increased heartbeat) is commonly felt in areas where negative emotionally-charged events have happened—such as death, car accidents, battle wounds, or suicide. For some unknown reason, my heart will start racing, making it hard for me to breathe. This happens when I come up on this area and I'm fine after I pass it. Most people can sense—on some level—energy that is from the surrounding environment.