Andrew, you've given us a lot of anecdotes, but nothing really to back them up. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. How am I to believe these claims simply because you tell me. I have never, ever witnessed one of these miracles, never seen any recorded or sufficiently documented, only claimed. So you must understand why I don't believe in any of it.
Essentially what you're asking us to do is believe in a baseless claims above many other baseless claims.
What if I told you that I met went bowling with Elvis Presley's ghost, alongside Erik the Red, Gilgamesh and Loki? What if I told you Loki beat us all at bowling because as the trickster god he is, he didn't play fair. We also went to see The Avengers together and he was most amused by see himself on the big screen as a comic book villain. Gilgamesh's ghost was actually quite surprised to find that when he died he went to Valhalla and not any of the Mesopotamian underworlds, though he worshipped the wrong gods, Odin was cool about it. Erik the Red's ghost on the otherhand was like a fan boy at a Star Trek convention. I didn't really get along with Elvis though, I felt he was a bit big headed.
What if I told you that I experienced these things every day. As ghosts they unfortunely don't show up on my camera and well, Loki gets very defensive about having his picture taken, I tried it once and he destroyed my camera. I've also been to Asgard, where I actually got to meet Odin, we had a pretty big feast and got pretty drunk and it's true, he really does look like Gandalf.
These are my claims and these are my anecdotes. Do you believe I am telling the truth, or am I not? Explain why.