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Tuesday 25 June 2019

Psychic battles ‘evil’ spirit

A number of Laytown families have sought the help of psychics after encountering paranormal activity in their homes.The bizarre occurrences have placed huge strains on family life and have left one family in utter turmoil.In recent months the housing estates of Inse Bay and Seaview Estate have been particularly affected according to some residents.

By Jimmy Cunningham

A number of Laytown families have sought the help of psychics after encountering paranormal activity in their homes.

The bizarre occurrences have placed huge strains on family life and have left one family in utter turmoil.

In recent months the housing estates of Inse Bay and Seaview Estate have been particularly affected according to some residents.

In the case of Jenny, who lives in Seaview Estate, the paranormal occurrences have turned her quiet family life upside down.

She has recently enlisted the help of a psychic to rid her home of two spirits in particular, one of whom she describes as ‘evil’.

Jenny described her experiences to the Drogheda Independent this week claiming she may eventually have to exorcise her home.

In the past number of months the young mum of four has experienced being held rigid by the spirit, and at the same time being unable to move or communicate with anyone around her.

At other times she has felt cold shivers crawling along her body as she has taken a bath.

On another occasion she revealed how a strange smell emanated from one of the bedrooms in the house and remained there after repeated cleaning.

Friends and neighbours who have visited the house have described bursting into tears for no apparent reason.

Meanwhile other residents in Seaview Estate have also described being affected by paranormal activity.

A woman who lives near to Jenny said she aims to enlist help from a psychic in order to rid her home of unusual occurrences.

The 27-year-old woman also described being held rigid by an unknown entity unable to communicate while laying on the sofa just two weeks ago.

In a more frightening episode Laytown woman Jenny says she was getting dressed for bed three weeks ago when the entity she described as being ‘pure evil’ lifted the bottom of her nightdress.

‘I know the whole thing sounds bizarre but these things are actually happening.

‘I have no explanation why,’ she said.

‘I used to think I was the only one who had experienced these events until I met other women with similar problems a few weeks ago.’

Last week a childminder stayed in the house and described feeling an arm being placed around her shoulder even though there was no-one in the house at the time.

On the same day the childminder also described being unable to breathe while sitting in the sitting room and repeatedly crying for no reason.

‘There are times when I go numb, I can’t talk and have chills across my body, especially when I’m in the sitting room,’ said Jenny.

In recent days a well-known psychic visited her home and experienced the presence of at least two spirits in the house.

While trying to cleanse the house three days ago, and in particular the room with the irregular odour, a highly unusual event occurred, said Jenny.

‘The psychic burned candles in each room trying to rid the house of spirits and in the room with the odour the small tea candles burned a black circle around the candle while the wax burned inside.

‘Even the psychic couldn’t understand what happened,’ she added.

The Drogheda Independent has also learned of occurrences in nearby Inse Bay.

In one case a young child is consistently awoken each hour by a strange entity.

The family recently enlisted the help of a psychic who revealed the tragic death of the spirit’s child.

In light of the above some anguished residents have told this newspaper they may seek the help of members of the clergy to exorcise their homes.

Jenny has called on local historians to detail the exact history of the lands prior to becoming a residential area.

‘Everyone wants to know whether this place was a battlefield or graveyard or whatever.



‘But it would be nice to know,’ she added.

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