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I am no expert in poltergeist cases and would never claim to be one, but from what I have read on the subject in order to truly investigate such cases you must practically commit to living the experience. This was something that Grosse and Lyon Playfair done when they investigated the Enfield Poltergeist for the SPR. However those which spent less time at the Enfield residents took the opinion that the teenage girls were faking incidents for the benefit of the media. Sound familiar. So, in order to comprehend the true events of a poltergeist case, we should be looking to invest our time in order to experience the events within the dwelling. At least in order to comprehend what actually might be occurring to the individuals and in order to separate the paranormal from the normal. Which would include gather a great amount of data on the subject case too.
originally posted by: Baddogma
It might be interstin' if I could get past my first question, being is English the writer's first language? If so, she might look further into tenses ... and change some dones to dids.