Thursday, 19 December 2013

A Haunting- Toy Story with Don Philips

Don Philips' A Haunting- Toy Story can be seen here:

As regular readers will know, I have been following the work of paranormal investigator Don Philips for some time now, and was very interested in his latest investigation, a solo vigil at a house haunted by a poltergeist. The house is in Leicester, a fairly average-looking one, inhabited by a couple and their twin children. The couple contacted Don and asked him to investigate after reporting several strange phenomena. The film above shows how it didn't take long for Don to discover a lot of activity. What he experienced almost resembles the famous 1982 horror film Poltergeist, see: The word "Poltergeist" is from the German and means "noisy spirit" because it manifests as a force that creates unusual sounds; it also causes objects to move and levitate spontaneously. It's sometimes centred on a particular person instead of a place; commonly a girl in her early teenage years. Don gathered other evidence in the house such as a rise of the interior temperature, the usual electronic voices on his recording equipment and the children's electrical toys activating by themselves. The newcomer might be shocked by what happens in Don's new film, but for those with an interest in the paranormal, this is essential viewing and a very important addition to the scientific study of the unexplained.

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