NEW scientific research which uses evidence from the world famous Enfield Poltergeist case has come a step closer to proving conclusively the existence of paranormal activity.
Research published in the Journal of the Society for Psychical Research has concluded that audio recordings made during poltergeist activity at a house in Green Street in the late 1970s were unlikely to have been caused by normal human activity.
The recordings, made between 1977 and 1978, captured a variety of unexplained occurrences that plagued a mother and her children – including banging on walls and moving furniture.
During the year of disturbances, incidents of levitation and appearances of apparitions were also reported.
The events were witnessed by the family, along with local police officers, neighbours and journalists, receiving global media attention.
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