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Kennedy Ife was a 26 year old man who was relatively happy and well off. Suddenly Kennedy became ill and complained of breathing issues, stomach pain and sleep disturbances. After her recovered he became depressed and withdrawn. After various episodes of aggression he attempted to attack and bite his father. When confronted, Kennedy said that he had a seed inside him that was growing into a snake. Kennedy had tried to stab himself to get the seed out, as well as other forms of mutilation and would rant about the devil and the number 666. His family began to suspect that he actually was possessed.and had restrained him on multiple occasions. On one of these occasions they tied him to his bed and prayed over him for three days. During the vigil Kennedy began complaining of thirst, and died of cardiac arrest brought on by dehydration and lack of sleep. The Ife family was charged with manslaughter and false imprisonment. A medical examiner determined that the family tried to resurrect Kennedy by looking at the bruises on his body. The Ife family said that they were trying to help him and that they did not think he was in danger from the exorcism. Unfortunately the family was acquitted of the charges and set free.

**** this story reminds me of the Anneliese Michel case. This case was from 2016, and it makes me sad that the family attempted a dangerous negligent exorcism instead of actually addressing a serious psychiatric issue. Based off of articles and blurbs I found it didn’t seem like the family even tried to get him psych help. One article mentioned that they thought he had another personality but that it was a demonic personality. I’m mad that the family got off by saying that they were trying to help him. If Anneliese’s parents could be charged and given probation in the 70’s, Kennedy’s family shoul not walk free in the 2010’s.

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In June 2018, Christine Tait was in her home in Wales when she heard odd noises in her house. She called her husband Alan who came home and searched. The couple couldn’t find anything or anyone in the home. Over the past few weeks they heard flushing toilets, car engines, and disembodied voices. The Taits eventually linked the noises to the walls of their basement. Alan places audio recorders to figure out who was making the noise. The noises from the walls were very unusual, a dog barking, police sirens and a woman screaming were all caught on the recordings. The Taits believed that human traffickers were hiding in the walls, however the police dismissed the claims and found no evidence of such activity. The Taits don’t know what is in their walls and have traveled around the UK just so they don’t have to stay in their home.

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This photo was taken in 1985 at the Coventry Freeman organization meeting. The group was having a dinner at St Mary’s Guildhall in England, when the group bowed their heads to pray the photographer snapped a photo, when the photo was developed a tall figure wearing a hood was seen. According to the photographer and the people attending no one with that type of clothing was present at the event.

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The Thornton Heath Poltergeist is a lesser known poltergeist case. It started when a radio started switching to a foreign station randomly in 1972. In the months following the activity increased,Christmas ornaments were thrown from the tree and lamps and curtains were tossed. The next year the activity became violent as the entity threw a resident of the house and he couldn’t get up. The Christmas tree began to violently shake and levitate. Shaking doors, footsteps and knocking occurred for years after the initial activity. The family decided to finally get help and a priest preformed a blessing on the house. The blessing made the haunting worse and after contacting a medium the ghost of an 18th century man who considered the family to be trespassing. After digging the family found out that a man named Mr Chatterton lived in the house with his wife. The spirits of Mr and Mrs Chatterton continued to harass the family and Mrs. Chatterton would appear behind the women who lived in the house. The family moved after four years of living in the house.

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This photo of the famous Brown Lady of Raynham Hall was taken by Captain Herburt Provand and his assistant Indre Shira in 1936. The two were working at County Life magazine and reporting on Raynham Hall in England. According to Provand, Shira saw an apparition while setting up camera equipment and Provand took a photo of the stairs where Shira saw the apparition. The photo circulated quickly and became one of the most famous ghost photos of all time. Famed ghost hunter Henry Price claimed that he believed the photo to be genuine, and that the negative showed no evidence of tampering.

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The Ancient Ram Inn in England is notoriously haunted. The building was constructed in 1145, and is on the site of a supposed grave. The building was originally used as a home for nuns, but has changed ownership and purpose over 900 years. The current owner states that he was dragged out of his bed on the first night there and guests at the inn have also experienced similar events. Many ghosts include children allegedly sacrificed in rituals (who can be heard playing),a witch who was burned during the Early Modern era and a Roman soldier. However the most talked about and feared spirits at the inn are the multiple demonic entities including a succubus. The Bishops Room is supposedly the most haunted room and guests have seen apparitions and heard disembodied screams. Shadows, light beams and voices are all heard in the inn.When remodeling bones of children were found under the house. Many believe that the activity in the Ancient Ram Inn can be attributed to the many deaths the occurred on the property and the alleged lay lines that run under it.

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