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The Enfield Poltergeist real recordings


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The Enfield poltergeist was a claim of supernatural activity at 284 Green Street, a council house in Brimsdown, Enfield, London, England, between 1977 and 1979 involving two sisters, aged 11 and 13. Some members of the Society for Psychical Research such as inventor Maurice Grosse and writer Guy Lyon Playfair believed the haunting to be genuine, while others such as Anita Gregory and John Beloff were "unconvinced" and found evidence the girls had faked incidents for the benefit of journalists. 

The story attracted press coverage in British newspapers, and has been mentioned in books, featured in television documentaries, and dramatized in a horror film.

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This is kind of a video out of nowhere. Whose voice is that talking to Bill? Is it Dr. Beloff? If it is a living person faking Bill you would think any intelligent adult in the room would have determined that.

I read into this Enfield case some time back and it seemed unreasonable to deny unexplainable events occurred. 

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