I have always had the impression that Squibs in Harry Potter cannot be distinguished from Muggles in any way but their parentage. If you know of convincing evidence otherwise, please post it as an answer to the following question: Is there any way to tell a difference between a Squib and a Muggle? So far, I am most convinced by vap78’s “no” answer.
Anyway, I’m asking this question as a followup to one of the posts there. Apparently Pottermore says, or said, that witches and wizards find it easier to see and hear ghosts than Muggles (CandiedMango’s answer).
Are there any examples in the books of Filch interacting with a ghost in a way that implies he can clearly hear or see it? Note that Peeves the poltergeist does not count as a ghost.