GHOSTS GALORE!; Psychic finds THREE spooks haunting station.
A LEADING psychic called in to investigate the haunting of a Midland ambulance station has found not one, not two but THREE ghosts.
Earlier this year, the Sunday Mercury revealed how staff at Solihull Ambulance Station had encountered a number of spine-chilling paranormal experiences.
Spooky goings-on included sightings of a ghostly figure in the station garage and a terrified paramedic being winded by a ghost sitting on his chest.
Now Sunday Mercury psychic Philip Solomon has been called in to try to shed some light on what is haunting the ambulance station, which was built near the site of a former First World War hospital.
Paramedic Paul Johnson said: 'Philip's insight was amazing. He sensed paranormal activity outside the front wall of the station, the main corridor, mess, the main garage and small garage.
'He sensed the ghost of a soldier, perhaps from the First World War. This ghost was the cause of the cold spots, however Philip told us that this soldier was not alone.
'Towards the corner of the garage, he could see the figure of a woman. Philip sensed that the activity in this area of the garage would happen between 2am and 3am and was the echo of some long-ago event.
'Inside the station, he picked up on the spirit of an American airman and the name Arty Jenkins. He felt it was this spirit that was talking and playing practical jokes on the staff.
'Philip told me this spirit may not be aware he is dead and cannot, therefore, move on.'
Mr Johnson added: 'Philip's visit was the talk of the station for the next couple of days and we hope he can return and spend a night in the station.'
Philip, who is based in Wolverhampton, said he was so impressed by that what he found at the station he covered it in his column for Psychic News, a weekly publication sold worldwide.
'It's a brilliant story,' he said. 'You get certain places where paranormal activity happens all the time. There could be a number of reasons for this. I think you need to take into consideration the type of work done at the station.'
Earlier this year, the ghostly sightings at the ambulance station, built in 1965, became the talk of America after being featured on the Jeff Rense radio show broadcast on more than 130 stations across the States.
Read Philip Solomon's New Year predictions - Pages 31 to 33.
GHOSTLY GOINGS-ON... the spooky ambulance station and how the ghost of a First World War soldier might look like
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|Publication:||Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)|
|Date:||Dec 31, 2000|
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