From Allah to Crypto Zoology (and most letters in between), No.
I have experienced supernatural events personally, when I was 10 my grandpa passed away. My grandmother, stricken with grief, moved out of her old house and into an apartment. The new owner of the house was a clairvoyant and claimed to feel the presence of my grandpa (and even that objects would mysteriously move), to which she would delight in passing this information on to our family.
Shortly after (months?) I was taking a shower when i realized I forgot a wash cloth, I got out and made sure the sliding door was shut (as I always did) so water wouldn't splash on the floor. I only took two steps to grab the washcloth, but when I turned around the shower door was completely open, just seconds after I had closed it... My heart leapt out of my chest, was there something supernatural at play...?
I admit that that might not be the most compelling ghost story to tell around a campfire, but I have met folks who have been made believers from less.
For me, it was a very real experience, and you could put me on a polygraph and I would tell you for sure that I remembered closing that door.
But just because I think/know something, doesn't make it true. I could have just blanked that I closed the door and assumed that I did because it was so routine for me to do so that i didn't even give it a second thought, I was running on auto-pilot.
When you experience something you don't quite have an answer for, and combine that with talk about dead relatives and moving objects, your are primed to jump to supernatural conclusions.
I am not a believer, but that doesn't mean that I don't have irrational responses to things;
When I watch a movie, I know it's not real, but I am sill emotionally effected by them anyway.
I'm the first person to look away when a monster jumps into frame, or shed a tear for a characters death.
Even though it is completely irrational, for me it just goes to show the powerful effect of instinctual empathy we humans have developed.