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Family capture ghost on home video

By T.K. Randall
March 29, 2011 · Comment icon 108 comments



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A young family being terrorised by a poltergeist have been advised by a priest to wear crucifixes.
Lisa Manning and her two children have fled their home several times following paranormal activity that seems to focus heavily on objects being moved around on their own accord. Hidden cameras placed in one room have even managed to pick up a door opening on its own and a chair sliding across the floor.
A spooked family have called in a real-life 'ghostbuster' - after claiming to have captured on video a poltergeist moving a chair across a bedroom. Lisa Manning and her children Ellie, 11, and Jaydon, six, have fled their house in terror several times because of bizarre goings-on.



Source: Daily Mail | Comments (108)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #99 Posted by Swamptick 11 years ago
It COULD be real, but I suspect this is a fake. Bad film quality and not enough revelation of the space.
Comment icon #100 Posted by Robbie333 11 years ago
Fled thier home in terror? What about a chair moving and a door opening are terrifying exactly? Hey, if I am sitting there and a chair just moves across the room and a door opens---I AM OUT OF THERE !!!
Comment icon #101 Posted by GenericUnoriginality 10 years ago
I just love how you can't see the bottom of the chair's legs.
Comment icon #102 Posted by lizzieboo 10 years ago
There's a guy who posts fake "ghost" videos on YouTube all the time. I was taken in by the first one...but then I looked at the second one. Utterly fake, utterly obvious. What's sad is the sheer volume of comments posted by people who believe the videos are genuine. I"m like Mulder; I want to believe. But these clowns who fake "evidence" ruin it for the reputable researchers.
Comment icon #103 Posted by Eldorado 10 years ago
Are poltergeists attracted to lunatics or is it vice versa? (only saying)
Comment icon #104 Posted by schizoidwoman 10 years ago
Are poltergeists attracted to lunatics or is it vice versa? (only saying) They're drawn to one another like moths and flames...
Comment icon #105 Posted by QuiteContrary 10 years ago
i'm thinking poltergeists were invented by crappy housekeepers I know mine was.
Comment icon #106 Posted by CRIPTIC CHAMELEON 10 years ago
What with all this new technology in some cases its getting harder to tell what is real from fake, and the sad part about this is the real ones are being witch hunted as well.
Comment icon #107 Posted by QuiteContrary 10 years ago
I remember reading an (2003?) interview with Robert Rodriquez (filmmaker) when talking about how easy it is getting to produce something of quality in your own home. He basically said 'One day soon a great movie would come from some overweight housewife in WV' I don't see any evidence for this prophecy in the paranormal/cryptid world.
Comment icon #108 Posted by Skeptic Chicken 10 years ago
Well, from 0:43 seconds in the video, you can hear what sounds like someone preparing to pull the chair (floorboard creaking, material brushing against something, and what sounds like someone breathing in or out). And if the "voices" after the door opening are meant to be from the ghost(s), then they shouldn't be almost as loud as a chair moving. Normally, supposed ghost voices are almost unhearable unless you've isolated the sounds, right?


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