Poltergeist sentence example

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  • Background: The Bell Witch is a famous poltergeist that haunted the family of John Bell at Adams Station, Tennessee in 1817.
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  • Still, research has revealed that poltergeist cases are almost always caused by a living human.
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  • Instead, a poltergeist is believed to be a form of psychokinetic energy manifested by a living person who is unaware of what they are doing.
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  • Background: The Amherst Poltergeist is one of the most frightening poltergeist accounts in Canadian history.
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  • Other poltergeist cases can seem even more frightening than this, with objects being hurled through the air and light bulbs exploding.
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  • In a few very rare cases, there may be a ghost that can manifest small amounts of poltergeist activity through the use of psychokinetic energy; however, this is rarer than popular culture and media would have you believe.
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  • Others experience the sort of poltergeist activity that Tennessee farmer John Bell experienced in 1817 at the hands of the famous entity known as the Bell Witch.
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  • After nearly being raped by a local shoemaker named Bob MacNeal, Esther started experiencing violent poltergeist activity including moving objects and loud noises.
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  • Within paranormal realms, poltergeist hauntings are often the most feared because they can be terrifying and even violent.
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  • Poltergeist, in 1982, brought ghosts into a family's familiar home, threatening the youngest member of the family.
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  • The Windmill The Windmill was once said to be haunted by a poltergeist.
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  • poltergeist activity in an old people's home.
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  • poltergeist case.
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  • Staff members of the restaurants housed here reportedly have seen ghosts and witnessed poltergeist pranks.
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  • It has been an active scene of poltergeist activity since the 1980s.
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  • In 1907, in northern Ireland, a farmer's house was troubled with flying stones (see Poltergeist).
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  • guttural noises issued from the grave, and the house was plagued by poltergeist activity.
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  • haunted vaults, home of the notorious, violent and misogynistic South Bridge Poltergeist.
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  • As all the doors and windows to the room were still locked when we discovered the scene, we first suspected a poltergeist.
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  • If the shadow leaves you cold, we hear tell the cells there have been plagued by a poltergeist too.
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  • poltergeist phenomena seemed almost invariably associated with the presence of a 12 or 13 year old.
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  • poltergeist disturbance.
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  • poltergeist effect.. .
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  • poltergeist incidents can be explained away as wicked horseplay there are others which, disturbingly, defy explanation.
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  • Hear about our legendary haunted vaults, home of the notorious, violent and misogynistic South Bridge Poltergeist.
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  • (e) The vampire is frequently blended in popular idea with the Poltergeist or knocking spirit, and also with the werwolf (see Lycanthropy).
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  • Poltergeist: Since 1999 this twisted coaster has been astonishing riders.
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  • Check out these poltergeist snapshots and the accompanying stories.
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