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IN Wierd ON 29 Dec, 2015
In searching for answers, humans have this natural response to get into the actual situation wherein first-hand experience can be inferred. No matter how dangerous of threatening it may be, for him, he will still push on his convictions, then get results after.
There is this story at the Great Britain, United Kingdom that realized the statement. An author named Micky Rawlings challenges himself to reside for some time in Britain's haunted houses, go get first-hand insights about the world of the supernatural.
This author boosted up his bravery to stay more than days at "The cage" located at St. Osyth, Essex for his documentary.
Looks can be deceiving. This peaceful-looking house contains uncontainable ghost elements, poltergeists, and other deadly supernatural beings we can never think of, except we get in personally.
Micky cited some of the supernatural elements he personally met. One of the disturbing non-natural occurrence he witnessed were children's noises, and irritating manly shouts.
One of the weirdest things he faced was the automatically-playing house piano.
Rawlings also had encounters with poltergeists--ghosts that can make such movements only biological or living beings can only do. For example, he saw books regularly going out of the shelf, even without rats.
That's why, at night, his non-believer self-transformed to a religious self. He holds the crucifix while sleeping.
During the medieval period, thirteen women were detained due to 'being witches'. They were chained and hanged.
These spooky encounters were once blamed to the revenge of the witch named Ursula Kemp.