08-14-2017 William J. Hall, The Bridgeport Poltergeist on Lindley Street
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WILLIAM J. HALL is the author of the paranormal best-seller The
World’s Most Haunted House: The True Story of the Bridgeport
Poltergeist on Lindley Street, and also The Haunted House Diaries: The
True Story of a Quiet Connecticut Town at the Center of a Paranormal
Mystery; another profound investigation into the unknown. Hall is
professionally equipped to recognize trickery: After more than 25 years as
a performing magician, he knows how to create and recognize illusions.
He is also an experienced researcher of the unexplained, from folklore
and urban legend to fortune telling, the pyramids, and is an active
investigator of the paranormal. His syndicated column, “Magic and the
Unknown‚” ran for six years in multiple newspapers. Hall has two sons
and resides in Plainville, CT.
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How to Get Rid of a Poltergeist
Many paranormal experiences involving loud and terrifying
poltergeists have been recorded throughout history, dating back
thousands of years. More recently, we have had a larger awareness of
what a poltergeist is and what type of harm it is able to reak
upon its humans victims and their surroundings. There are different
theories as to what exactly a poltergeist is, including the theory that
it is simply a disembodied and angry ghost or spirit, the theory that is
is a demon of some sort, and another theory that a poltergeist is some
sort of psychokinetic by-product of a disturbed child’s mental state. If
we research the numerous poltergeist cases, the majority stem from the
disturbance of a child or adolescent’s daily existence. Even more of
these cases seem to involve young females versus the fewer cases
involving young males.
The media has had a field day, so to speak, with the concept of the
poltergeist and the phenomena that ensues following a poltergeist’s
initial possession of an individual’s home. The most famous and
well-known movie based on this paranormal topic is the Poltergeist
movies, filmed and released in the 1970s. These movies were not based on
a true story, so the account of the poltergeist’s actions within the
film is obviously over-dramatized. If we were to compare research of
poltergeist phenomena based on real-life events, we would see that the
dangers are very real and horrifying. I do not believe that what
happened in the Poltergeist movies is anything like how it occurs in
reality; however, the poltergeist’s usual actions towards its victims
are disturbing, nevertheless.
What happens in The after life right when you die
I’ve never had a near death experience. But i can tell you what ghosts and spirits have described to me.
Depending on how they die their experiences are different but calm or expected deaths usually just lead to the person getting out of bed and realizing their body is still in the bed. Then they see basically a bright portal in the room and know they can walk into it to move on.
Unexpected, violent, or traumatic deaths can cause the person to get stuck here because they either don’t understand that they are dead. Some I know of:
1. They don’t see their body, are in complete denial, and continue with an imaginary life as usual redoing the same things every day. I call these recordings. They can be stuck and need a portal opened to leave or they are actually gone but left a sort of energy imprint of themselves doing a thing that repeats and never goes away, maybe stuck in the atmosphere? Recordings can include noises, apparitions, temp. changes, and movement. These ones repeat at certain times of day or can be triggered by repeated events like walking up a flight of stairs or opening a certain dresser.
2. They see nothing and walk around in blackness going crazy. They can only see portals as well as people with one foot in the other side so to speak. They see those people as points of light which is why they try so hard to get their attention. These ones can usually hear us though they can’t see us well. These ones sometimes cause poltergeists.
3. They know exactly what’s happening and can see and hear but can’t find the portal to leave (these are often aware of other spirits or entities nearby). These ones usually visit family while they are sleeping. They can cause some activity but are the least disruptive as a whole unless the person has some sort of agenda like protecting a property from intruders, keeping an eye on a family member, searching for their murderer, etc. Poltergeists are just ghosts with a bunch of energy who want to move things around for any number of reasons. They can get that energy from their own emotions, draining people or electronics, or pulling great energy out of the air, making it cold.
*** Most people who die understand that they have the power to open the door and leave whenever they want. Ghosts either choose not to leave, are confused, or have so little confidence in their own abilities to manifest reality that they get trapped. Every situation is unique but these are the ones i see every day