Two weeks ago I wrote a story for Inspire about the strange events in the house where I had just moved into Brighton. In the course of 12 months, countless things disappeared, mysterious drawings appeared on the wall, and a brush covered in red paint suddenly appeared on my kitchen table.
& # 39; At night I heard knocking on my front door (but there was never anyone there), then puddles of water began to appear on surfaces throughout the house. I was not inclined to believe in the supernatural, I could not explain the strange events and was afraid to come home at night. Finally, I contacted healer Emma Loveheart.
A former HR consultant who discovered her psychic energy only eight years ago, Emma discovered that my house was full of negative vortexes and blocks. She also identified an "entity" – a grimaceous creature responsible for all bizarre events. She worked more than fourteen days to heal my house.
Four readers shared the strange events at their homes, after Claudia Connell's experience with home generator Emma Loveheart (file image)
Three weeks later everything is quiet and I feel much more relaxed in my house.
The house has a more peaceful atmosphere and friends have noticed how pleasant the atmosphere is and how much happier I look.
My story caused a huge reaction from the reader – many had similar stories about their own haunted houses. These strange stories will surprise you. Like the words of Emma …
WEIRD STUFF. . . IN SHEFFIELD
Lesley Ward, 56, is single and lives in an Edwardian terraced house in Sheffield, built in 1910. She moved there with her then husband in 1991, and strange events began the following year.
about two creepy events have happened every year, along with other regular minor irritations, such as things that disappear or move.
One of the first was the disappearance of my husband's leather jacket from the back of a chair – never to be seen again. Shortly thereafter, a wooden flute appeared on the kitchen side, and we always joked that someone had lost the flute but had bought a jacket!
When my sister-in-law came for tea one evening, she kicked off her shoes under the table. But when she came home, one shoe was missing. It was never found.
Another time my husband came to the shops and left a bag of empty wine bottles at the back door to take them to the trash cans later. When he returned, all the bottles were out of the bag and they were lined up as soldiers on the side of the kitchen.
Once we had installed a new kitchen, the workers were half done and refused to come back to the house. They claimed that they kept fitting pieces that simply disappeared when they turned their backs, and that some of their tools had disappeared.
Claudia (photo left) experienced 12 months of strange events in her house in Brighton before she got help from Emma Loveheart (photo right)
Almost the same thing happened when we asked a young friend to stay for a few weeks to look after the house while we were on vacation.
When we returned, she admitted that she had only stayed two nights. She said she hoped we didn't think she was crazy, but things were moved and disappeared. "That will be the poltergeist," my husband told her. She never spoke to us again!
Too many things have happened to list them all, but I don't even see them as strange anymore – it's exactly what happens. My husband no longer lives with me, but I don't consider myself single. I certainly live with something, I just can't see it.
Yet it doesn't scare me – I'm used to it and it can be useful. If I lose something, I just shout at the ceiling: & # 39; Where is my …? & # 39; And it's usually in the middle of the dining table when I get home from work.
BIG TRAGEDY IN MY FRENCH FARM
Sophie Barratt *, 69, is retired and lives in a 200-year-old farmhouse in the Dordogne, France, with her husband, 71-year-old Peter *. They moved there in 2015, when they first noticed items disappearing.
The previous owner told me about mysterious events she had experienced, but only after the sale was completed. She said that items would disappear at strange intervals, sometimes forever. So when things started to happen to me, I wasn't surprised.
The first thing happened when I was cooking alone in the kitchen on the Aga, with my back to the room. Suddenly a champagne cork flew past my ear and landed in the wooden basket next to where I was standing. I love champagne, but there was nothing in the house and no corks lying around (or flying around).
For the next strange event, my husband was with me in the kitchen, by the front door, which looked directly out into a walled and secure courtyard in front of the house.
Sophie Barratt lives in a 200 year old farmhouse in the Dordogne, France. She has regularly experienced inexplicable banging and crashes (file image)
We were expecting a friend and so, when we knocked on the door, we assumed she had arrived. When we opened the door, there was nobody, but my friend just entered through the gates. It was as if our spirit of stay wanted to be helpful and to warn us about the arrival of our friend.
We still hear a regular bang and collision from the guest rooms above the kitchen, which, when investigated, have no clear cause.
I also often have the feeling that there is another presence with me in an otherwise empty space, but I never feel scared or threatened. I do not detect a malicious presence. This is definitely a happy house.
Our "visitor" likes to remind us that she is still here occasionally, by hiding my shoes (usually only one, annoying) or other personal items.
I say & # 39; she & # 39; because an older neighbor told us a horrible story about an accident that happened to a previous occupant of this house.
Apparently this poor, weak lady, the mother of the owner at the time, fell on an open fire in the fireplace where my Aga now stands. She suffered terrible injuries and died in the hospital.
I sometimes talk aloud, in French, with old Madame DuPont, just to let her know that I know she is there and that is OK for me.
OUR MYSTERIOUS LIVING ROOM
Ron Sewell (ex-Royal Navy), 75, lives with his wife Sheila, 76, in Essex and they have four children and five grandchildren. In 2002, they moved out of the ground floor flat of an 18th-century former Coast Guard office, near a beach in Edinburgh, which they think was ghost.
The strange visual characteristic of the building was the number of chimney pots. There were 12 fireplaces that I know exist, but 13 smoke channels project from the roof. The 13th fire remains a mystery.
The spare room, which became my office, was always the coldest. Usually the temperature dropped while working on my computer to the point where I shivered.
One day, when I felt a presence, I said out loud: & # 39; I don't know who you are, but go away & # 39 ;, and the room warmed up immediately. I laughed at the thought of talking in the air. Every time "Harry," as I called him, arrived, I asked him to leave, and he did.
After a haunting experience, Ron Sewell and his wife moved from the ground floor flat of an 18th-century ex-coast guard office, near a beach in Edinburgh (file image)
On other occasions, every room was filled with an old-fashioned flowery perfume. I thought my wife had spilled a bottle, but she hadn't. The odor would disappear within seconds.
On my wife's dressing table stood a few glass bottles that had once belonged to her mother. One day she asked me why I had moved them. I hadn't done that. If she brought them back to their original position, they would move in her absence. We decided to leave them where they were. They stayed in place until we sold the property.
I often thought that my wife was alone in the hall to find out she wasn't, but I saw the movement of something that flew by. We both felt it was female, possibly a housekeeper, and we called her Annabelle.
After we refurbished the guest room, we placed the headboard on another wall.
Later my wife called me into the room. I found her next to the bricked fireplace, standing as if she was warming her hands.
On other occasions, every room was filled with an old-fashioned flowery perfume – Ron Sewell
I also felt the radiated heat. Yet this was an outside wall, so where did the heat come from? Harry must have enjoyed this change, because the room was never cold again.
Harry and Annabelle became part of our lives.
Despite the unusual events, our house had a welcoming atmosphere. We concluded that they somehow belonged to the house and were part of the history of different times.
When we went on vacation, I always asked them to take care of our house, and I think so.
When the house was offered for sale, the first viewers, a young couple, were fond of it, but the first question the woman asked was: & # 39; Do you have spirits? & # 39; My wife and I looked at each other and smiled and replied: & # 39; We think so & # 39 ;.
The couple still bought the flat.
FRED, THE SOUND-FRIENDLY GHOST
Pamela Stewart, 63, is retired and lives in Devon. In 1974 she rented a Victorian mansion in Guildford with her boyfriend (now ex-husband) Stewart, for two years, where various strange things took place.
Many years ago, in my first rental home after I left my family home, I had a spirit that I & # 39; Fred & # 39; was called.
I was 18 and lived with Stewart, in a small two-up two-down. My brother and his wife lived next door, on one side, and the sister of my sister-in-law and her boyfriend on the other – it was a family row of houses. We visited each other often.
Pamela Stewart, 63, recalls items that disappeared and thump while renting a Victorian mansion in Guildford (file image)
We all had & # 39; pursuits & # 39 ;, where & # 39; someone & # 39; used our stairs to the kitchen noisily and rattled the doorknob while no one was there and the back door was locked.
We lost things and found them in dark places. Once I was storing the dishes and while my back was turned, all glasses were taken out of the open cupboard and placed silently in a line against the plinth, 8ft behind me. I told & # 39; Fred & # 39; and said he wasted my time.
He liked to bang up and down, hit things on the floor, and pull bedding away to put it in a pile. Often, when I returned from cleaning up the vacuum after cleaning, I found a neat pile of soot on the carpet in the middle of the room.
However, I was never scared and did not feel lonely because I always knew that "Fred" was there. I sometimes talked to him and heard knocking from above as an answer.
When I left, I called "Bye Fred" and was answered by a loud thump from above.
HOME HEALER EMMA SAYS:
What I liked about these stories is that many readers had learned to live next to their own minds and even developed relationships with them.
If you are not satisfied with a ghost living in your house, there are steps you can take to take them further, but if they do not act harmful, why should you do that?
The spirit I found in Claudia's home was not of human origin, but it seems that this is all the case. Ron mentioned the scent of perfume, and that's a good indicator of a human mind. Often people smell cigarette smoke when no one in the house is a smoker.
I suspect that Ron is right in his assumption that "Annabelle" was part of the history of the house. Her story is something that he could explore further with the help of a clairvoyant.
Home healer Emma says that removing unwanted spirits means they have to learn their story and why they are there (file image)
When people tune into the energy of a human mind, they are usually able to detect whether it is male or female, as Pamela did with "Fred." It sounds like they've found a good band, especially when he listened when she told him.
The story that Sophie tells about Madame DuPont, a previous occupant of the house who fell on fire, was fascinating. Knowledge of the history of your house can give directions. If someone died terribly at the property, his mind can sometimes get stuck & # 39; due to trauma and he needs help to continue.
People can often pick up the trauma that mind felt during life and experience physical pain.
The only ghost that sometimes sounded too naughty was that of Lesley.
She calls it a "poltergeist." Poltergeists generally come with a very dark energy. Lesley seems to be at ease in her house, so I exclude a poltergeist because they aim to mine you.
The fact that Lesley can successfully demand that her missing items be returned sounds like they've built up a notion.
It is important that these letters show that ghost stories don't have to be scary and that you can live happily next to ghost.
If you want to delete them, this is not a quick solution. It is a matter of tuning in to the energy of the house, finding the story of the mind and learning why they were there – some have a message they want to pass on – and then help them get away if they want to.
The people I help all want their homes tidy, but it is quite possible that some ghosts will simply leave on their own when they feel their work is done.
* Names have been changed.
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