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Shelley Vision: SCARE IN THE COMMUNITY.

Byline: JIM SHELLEY

"FEW people know that there is at least one exorcist in every diocese in the country," announced Everyman.

"Their job description? Freeing people from the bondage of Satan and cleansing places infested by demons."

A bit like Shelleyvision's.

In the Yorkshire village of Wetwang, an exorcist listed the classic signs that an "occult disturbance" was in the room.

"Sense of evil (tick), knocking & banging (check), cold spots (yup), household appliances moving around the room (gulp), electrical appliances switching on and off (get the hell out of there)."

The poltergeist had (typically) targeted Mandy and Rosebud Palmer's animals. Their song bird (Henry) had lost all its feathers and, regrettably for any song bird, stopped singing. One of the dogs went completely blind and a healthy 18-month-old parakeet (Wilf) died of fright.

They had rigged up an ingenious device to signal the spectre's presence. If any phantoms entered the bedroom, a Big Mouth Billy Bass started singing Don't Worry, Be Happy.

"There's a light sensitive trigger," Mandy explained.

"If it's strong enough to trigger off something like that, then it must have a lot of energy to it."

The exorcist sorted the poltergeist out. Next stop the chalet/sauna in Emmerdale occupied by the Soapstars family.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jan 22, 2002
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