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THE MUM at the centre of Scotland’s incredible “poltergeist” case broke her silence yesterday.
Catherine Shreenan told of the stress the whole affair had placed her under - but insisted she didn’t want to discuss the bizarre occurrences at her
The Record revealed on Saturday how police who went to the Rutherglen house where Ms Shreenan lives with her teenage son had themselves witnessed a
series of unexplained happenings.
Called by the frantic mum to deal with what was described as a “disturbance” officers saw clothes flying across a room, lights going off and when
they went back on the lampshades were upside down and oven doors opening and closing.
A chihuahua dog which was playing in the garden was then discovered sitting on top of a seven-foot hedge.
Yesterday Ms Shreenan said: “It’s placed enormous stress on the family. I’ve had people, teenagers, going past my home singing
She declined to be interviewed further on the story, which has been reported worldwide by news organisations and shared globally via social media.
Mrs Shreenan said: “We don’t want to be in the papers, we don’t want people coming to our house. I’m not interested in talking to newspapers.
You can imagine the stress we have been under.”
Mrs Shreenan was speaking from outside her parents’ house where it’s understood she and her son have been living since being driven out of their
home last week.
The property - one ground floor section of a subdivided home - was under seige when our story broke according to one neighbour.
He said: “We read the story in disbelief. We hadn’t even seen the police so it was a shock to open paper and read about a ghost!
“There were quite a few kids and some adults appearing on Saturday singing the Ghostbusters theme. A few cars peeped their horns as they went by.
But to be honest it hasn’t been that bad and is a bit excitement for a change.”
Another neighbour said: “It’s all a bit surprising. I’ve been here for years and never seen a ghost.”
Police were called to the house on Monday and Tuesday last week.
The situation has been discussed at high levels within Police Scotland, with senior officers perplexed as to how they best handle the incidents.
Police sources said officers with 20 years experience at the force had witnessed the strange events and nobody knew how to proceed.
The source said: “One problem we’ve got is where we go from here as no crime has been established, so what else can we do but deal with any
reports of disturbances.”
A priest has been to the house in Stonelaw Road and performed what has been described as a ‘blessing’ at the property.
Police are looking into the family background as well as the history of the property to see if there is any explanations for the strange
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