Poltergeist Haunts Young Mother

A young mother in England has been seeking help in regards to weird noises and unexplained events happening in her new home. Holly Taylor moved into her Pemberton Town home a few months ago with her two-year-old daughter. Unbeknownst to Holly, her place used to be a former Police station. What really creeped her out

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A young mother in England has been seeking help in regards to weird noises and unexplained events happening in her new home. Holly Taylor moved into her Pemberton Town home a few months ago with her two-year-old daughter. Unbeknownst to Holly, her place used to be a former Police station. What really creeped her out was the fact that the former was reputedly haunted. Many officers experienced poltergeist activity during their stay at the old Pemberton Police Station.

Dishes flying out of cupboards, lights turning on and footsteps keeps the young mother awake at nights.

“I was woken up at 3am by the sound of the front door opening and thought someone was in the house.

“I rang the police on my mobile and when I came out of the bedroom to answer the door to them, I found all the lights had been switched on, and the security chain, which I had fastened before going to bed, was hanging down and still swinging.”

Full source: WiganToday

A YOUNG mum is calling in an exorcist amid fears she is sharing her new home with a poltergeist.

Student midwife Holly Taylor and her two-year-old daughter Willow will no longer sleep at the apartment in Pemberton town centre after a terrifying series of events.

And few people the 22-year-old has told are doubting her because many have witnessed ghostly goings-on too.

The building stands on the site of the former Pemberton Police Station in Ormskirk Road, which had a reputation for being haunted.

An officer who used to work there today confirmed the station was notorious for unexplained footsteps and doors banging, and that the culprit was believed to be the ghost of an inspector who hanged himself in a cell.

In the last four months Holly has experienced:

Plates flying off the kitchen work surface and smashing on the floor;

Ornaments and other objects being moved around or knocked over while she is out;

Footsteps and the front door being opened despite her having the only key;

All the flat’s lights being switched back on after she has gone to bed;

The electric smoke alarm going off randomly;

Drawers in Willow’s bedroom being opened and emptied while the tot sleeps.

Holly said: “I love this place and I don’t want to move, but something needs to be done to give me peace.

“It is scary what is going on but I also feel like my privacy is being invaded.

“I have spoken to several people and some have experienced or heard of things happening here when it was the police station.

“The lady in the next flat said that a cup had flown at her out of a cupboard once but she had tried to convince herself that it was some kind of accident.

The man down the corridor says he has heard footsteps while there’s no-one there.

“I’ve heard about the hanged policeman, but also about a child who might have died even before it was a police station.”

Holly moved into the flat in June, and says that while she had occasional uneasy feelings over the first few weeks, the first dramatic incident took place one August evening when she and boyfriend Jordan O’Neill were watching TV and Willow was asleep.

It was while a trailer for the movie The Last Exorcism was on screen that Holly said, “I’m not watching that”, and turned away to see several plates in the kitchen crash to the floor

In late October, Holly was in the flat on her own.

She said: “I tidied up, switched off all the lights and went to bed at midnight.

“I had become scared of the dark since moving in, so as soon as I was in my bedroom, I turned on the telly for comfort and went to sleep with it on.

“I was woken up at 3am by the sound of the front door opening and thought someone was in the house.

“I rang the police on my mobile and when I came out of the bedroom to answer the door to them, I found all the lights had been switched on, and the security chain, which I had fastened before going to bed, was hanging down and still swinging.

“I was convinced someone had been in my flat so I rang the letting agents Reeds Rains the next day. I wanted to know who else had a key, but they assured me no one else did.

“I am getting so paranoid that I am beginning to take pictures of things in the flat on my mobile before I go out to see whether they’ve moved when I get back.

“My mum (Diane McKay) felt a presence very early on, and refuses to babysit here.”

Reeds Rains is on the ground floor of the building and staff know about the hauntings.

Negotiator Denise Edge said: “I’ve not seen or heard anything but other people have.

“Our mortgage adviser was in on his own the other week and had locked up before doing some work when he heard footsteps.

“But when he went to look, no one was there.”

And the police officer, who asked not to be named, said: “The old Pemberton Police Station had a reputation for being haunted.

“Every time there was an unexplained noise around the place, everyone would say ‘it’s Bert the ghost again’.

“There was one officer who refused to be in there on his own.”

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