I’d appreciate not being expected to think of your personal experiences as objective fact for everyone to take seriously.
People can take my testimony or opinions however they choose. That isn’t to say that your position is objective, or fact by default, just because I can’t scientifically prove mine.
It’s an issue of credibility of the witness, not scientific verifiability.
It isn’t even really credibility so much as we know that the human mind interprets things so strangely that it just makes more sense to attribute these experiences to that rather than to gods.
But again, you’re making an assumption there. Assuming there are no ghosts just because you can’t recreate your experiences in a lab doesn’t make it fact that there are no ghosts.