What does supernatural mean?
signifies beside nature, and supernatural, above or
beyond nature. What is very greatly aside from the
ordinary course of things is preternatural; what is
above or beyond the established laws of the universe
In a story, a "person vs. supernatural" plot means the main character faces a supernaturally-based conflict. The human protagonists of the werewolf and vampire stories permeating the media these days could be said to be in "person vs. supernatural" conflicts. This isn't strictly horror, though; the supernatural element could be an inflicted curse, an inevitable prophecy, dealings with a god, or something otherwise otherworldly.
Firstly, in order to answer this question, one has to assume that by haunting you mean visited by a supernatural being, and secondly you have to have evidence to prove such an encounter. Since there is little or no evidence that such supernatural beings exist, and there is even less to suggest that one visited Mozart, one has to conclude that Mozart was never haunted, because there is no such thing as a supernatural encounter.
The Romans did not have a "supernatural world." For them, everything was part of Nature, especially the gods. Most of what we mean by "supernatural" would be covered by their words divinus (godly) and caelestis, (heavenly). Otherwise it needs a phrase like ultra quod rerum natura patitur, or "beyond what the nature of things allows."
Yes absolutely! Supernatural simply means above/surpassing natural. Paranormal means beyond normal. Computers are technically both supernatural and paranormal as they are go beyond natural phenomenon and is beyond normal. I know that answer may sound a bit lame, but please understand that when dealing with many sciences semantics can completely change the meaning of a question or an answer. Supernatural does not mean unprovable, powerful, or specific to ghosts. Supernatural things are proven and used…