Do people who believe in ghosts get treated differently?
Well, those who do believe in ghosts may get teased. No differently to anyone else who has a particular interest in religion, faith, or belief.
If people are treated differently because of their religious beliefs, it is usually because of prejudice and intolerance. It is unfortunately common for religious people to believe that their religion is the only truth and that those who do not share their beliefs are at best misguided, or even immoral or worse.
There can not be a definite answer to this, because there is not a definite answer to ghosts. Some people firmly believe in them, and others firmly believe there is no such thing. However, in the ghosts believing community, it is widely accepted the dogs and younger people are more "open" to sightings.
Some people believe in ghosts, and that would make it more likely that you would see one. Most people don't believe and don't see them. I have a friend that lost her son due to a tragedy, and she saw him multiple times in the weeks after his death. I don't believe in ghosts, but I believe she saw him.
Different people think differently. I personally don't believe in ghosts, but others may do. And I am pretty sure there ARE fake pictures of ghosts somewhere out there. Some photos that seem to have some weird things in them may be caused by light and the condition of the camera. Some or most of the photos are actually fake or is a result of the reasons stated above. But some could be real.
This question is too vague to be answered in any reasonably brief manner. Caesar would have treated conquered people of the Empire differently from Romans. He would have treated loyal people different from rebellious ones. He would have treated plebians differently from nobles. What does the author really mean? George Ilio likes men