Ghosts: Three Poltergeists

Readers, this is a great article so I decided to post it even though it covers a case I’ve shared here before, the Enfield Poltergeist.  If you’ve read that you might just skip that section and enjoy the other two, the Danny Poltergeist and the Thornton Heath Poltergeist.  They will get your attention!  Enjoy these chilling tales from, here: Three Poltergeist Cases

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To learn more about real ghosts, please see About Ghosts: A Useful Handbook.  For some great ghost stories, please see Death Be Not Loud, Rest In Fleece, and Sepia Seepage.  To learn about ghosts in modern fiction, please see Infectious Ghosts. And so much more, at: Jan’s Amazon Page

3 thoughts on “Ghosts: Three Poltergeists

  1. I lived in west Croydon/Thornton Heath for many years. What astonishes most about this post is to imagine Thornton Heath as somewhere one might find a farmer – let alone a ghost farmer! One would be hard pressed to find a place any more urban these days! Still, London being merely a conglomeration of ever spreading villages gives much credence to this.

    Some friends of mine rented a 2 up-2 down terrace house in Old Town Croydon and often spoke of it being haunted – doors opening/closing, lightbulbs exploding, the taps in the bathroom inexplicably running, etc – I never paid too much attention to this until one evening round there I went upstairs to use the bathroom. There was a long corridor that stretched the length of the house (the bedroom and at the end the bathroom). As I reached the top of the stairs the corridor seemed to somehow subtly elongate (rather similar to something I used to experience as a boy; a distortion of perception – see Alice In Wonderland syndrome). I ran (!) to the bathroom and locked myself in. I stayed in there until I was almost too scared to exit! Nothing really happened beyond this; but it was somehow terrifying and I often think of it.

    Still, funny ol’ world, innit.

    🙂 xo

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