America has a very big problem with the supernatural. There seems to be always a case to investigate , and I don't understand how the wider world could still be oblivious that something weird is going on.
For instance, in the last episode of season 11, Sam and Dean go into a haunted house full of ghosts in order to give Dean enough souls to destroy the Darkness. There just happened to be a haunted house lying about that they easily picked up on. And this one had quite a lot of ghosts. What are the odds that absolutely nobody had stumbled upon it before and spread the word to a number of people?
Additionally, when Sam and Dean (and presumably other hunters) do investigate a case, it sometimes ends up involving a third party realising the supernatural exist. Does every single one of them really keep their mouths shut about what is probably one of the biggest experiences of their lives (and definitely the biggest in terms of perception of reality, bar maybe birth), for the rest of their lives?
We've also seen that the supernatural and hunters precede Sam and Dean, so it's not as if it’s anything new.
Now, peoplehave connected the dots (otherwise there wouldn't be hunters), but my argument is that surely more people should have picked up on this, thereby spreading the world, and making it a largely-documented thing?
If similar stuff happened in our universe at the same rate, would we really not have moulded the existence of the supernatural into society by now?
The situation in the UK seems somewhat believable as they did mention how the supernatural is virtually non-existent there (although how the British Men of Letters have gone largely unnoticed given their influence — such as having access to thermal imaging satellites — is another question).