If you see ghosts, the most recommendable thing is to go cut your hair. The sensitivity of ghosts to human hair is well known. Harriet Darrelson, the famous Victorian ghost, was attracted to men with queue. At that time only men of Chinese origin wore queue. It is believed that this is the reason why Harriet’s ghost moved to San Francisco’s Chinatown, where the Chinese men began to suffer a strange setback consisting of the painful sensation that someone was pulling their queue. For his part, Sir William de la More, Bart., a ghost at Chester Castle in Cheshire, England, was upset when he discovered that his new tenant was using a toupee, and did not stop until he was kicked out of the castle. This attraction to natural human hair is believed to stem from the ghosts’ hatred towards vegetables, hair being a defining characteristic of mammals.