posted on Feb, 19 2011 @ 01:49 PM
This actually involves two of my younger brothers. (given fake names, they're minors)
Involved parties: "George" is 11. "Frank", the manifestor of the poltergeist, is 16. Geoffrey is the poltergeist. (A technically inanimate thing,
name not withheld.)
Year: Summer 2008 through the present
House age: 20ish year old trailer, started on one lot, trailer moved, continued on second lot
Frank is a young and developing occultist. He is really good, even considering his noobishness. Frank created Geoffrey on purpose, experimentally, to
see if he could find a way to keep George from messing with him constantly and stealing his stuff. It has worked... too well... because now Geoffrey
also thwarts George when he tries to steal anything from anybody, anywhere.
Incidents I can remember:
Geoffrey started out shaking wire coathangers in Frank's closet. It started out just when Frank was creating Geoffrey, usually at night. Then the
hangers would shake whenever George came into Frank's room. It got more specific after a while, finally resulting in the hangers only shaking
whenever George would come into Frank's room with the intention of rummaging through the closet for stuff to steal or to incite trouble with Frank.
This was the case for three or four months. Just shaking hangers, sometimes clothes would fall off and drop onto George's head. It frightened him
badly, but he was still determined to steal from and torture his older bro. This stage lasted for several months.
It was at the end of 2008 or beginning of 2009 when Geoffrey's activity got more severe. George had gone to steal Frank's collectible lego thingys,
and Geoffrey pushed a 31 volume encyclopedia from the closet shelf onto George, and then shoved him out of the room. Frank was at a school function.
This was the final time George tried stealing from Frank.
Since then, Geoffrey has had a good track record with pushing objects from a shelf and onto George, at times when George was doing or about to do
something awful, not just stealing, and not just involving Frank. Towards the end of summer last year, in August or September, Geoffrey pushed a large
and heavy mixing bowl from the top of the refrigerator right onto George's head. I can't remember what George was doing, but it was, as always,
Geoffrey has also gone into revenge type activities. After messing with the neighbor kids and causing a scene in the neighborhood, George woke up with
a huge gash on his leg. That was in December.
There has been a lot more, I hear about it every time they come over to my house, either from George or Frank or the other one who still lives at
home. I just can't remember any specifics about those incidents, so I've spared them.
At first, it took conscious effort on Frank's part to make Geoffrey act, and whenever he was mad or upset, Geoffrey had a lot more force. After a
while, I guess he'd programmed Geoffrey well enough, because he hasn't really had to think about him or feel any specific way for Geoffrey to act
like George's probation officer. As I said, one of the incidents happened while Frank was at choir practice or something like that, away from the
house and not really stressing on anything. He has only once tried to bring Geoffrey to an end, once trapping him in something I can only really
explain as a diadem sigil thing and some ritual that came to him in a dream. It worked, until he released Geoffrey back into the world a few months
later. This was in between the mixing bowl drop and the recent spate of activity.
George is mostly just scared pantsless by Geoffrey. That's all I can really say about his emotional state. All of the incidents when Geoffrey has
acted have been against George, and again, only when George is up to no good. So I guess whatever emotional state a kid gets into when he's about to
do something technically criminal and really doesn't care that it's harmful.