The South Shields Poltergeist : One Family's Fight Against an Invisible Intruder, Hardback Book

The South Shields Poltergeist : One Family's Fight Against an Invisible Intruder Hardback


This new book details the authors' investigation, over a period of several months, into what they believe to be the most intense, protracted and documented case of its kind.

In December 2005, a family began to experience typical but low-level poltergeist-like phenomena in their home.

Slowly but steadily the phenomena escalated, and in July 2006 the authors were asked to investigate the case.During the following four months, the investigators documented on audio tape, video and with hundreds of still photographs the following phenomena: the male occupant of the house having his upper torso slashed severely, without human intervention; knives, coins and other objects being thrown around without human intervention; a bottle of mineral water balancing on its edge and defying the law of gravity for several minutes; sinister telephone and text messages being received by the female occupant of the house, whilst the telephones the calls were seemingly coming from were disabled; written messages, seemingly from the poltergeist, being left on a child's "doodle board"; bizarre lights floating in and out of solid objects; and, children's toys spontaneously "bursting into life" and speaking to the investigators. The authors have collected many eye-witness statements and have consulted experts in numerous fields both here and abroad.

These include graphologists, university lecturers, paranormal researchers and medical personnel, some of whom have witnessed these startling phenomena for themselves.

Here is a chilling diary of an ongoing poltergeist case which rivals any previously documented.


  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 320 pages, 8 colour illustrations
  • Publisher: The History Press Ltd
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Ghosts & poltergeists
  • ISBN: 9780750948746



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