Paranormal experts warn 'major spike' of ghostly activity in Britain due to ongoing heatwave
Gary Parsons, a professional paranormal investigator, said that the spectral beings are being 'summoned' to the country by the searing weather that is gripping the nation.
The subject of ghosts is an iffy one. One can almost say that half the world believes in ghosts and the rest don't. Even the people who don't believe in them, however, love reading and watching things that have the terrifying apparitions in them. Horror fans are spread out far and wide and everyone has an interesting tale or two to tell if they have ever had any paranormal experiences of their own. For paranormal experts who live in Britain, a massive increase in the number of alleged ghost sightings has been attributed to one thing that most people wouldn't normally associate with ghosts — the 32C heatwave.
One ghost hunter has come forward and reported that there has been a "major spike" in calls he has been receiving over the past couple of months as the country enjoys the summer heat. Fifty-three-year-old Gary Parsons, a professional paranormal investigator, told The Sun that the spectral beings are being "summoned" to the country by the searing weather that is gripping the nation. He also said some people who have contacted him have said they are afraid to enter their own homes.
Parsons runs the Plymouth Paranormal Investigators (PPI) from his home in Devon. He has claimed that the increase in ghost sightings is because of the unusually warm weather that the country has been going through. He said, "We have received a major spike in the number of calls during June and July, with people reporting scary supernatural phenomena. One couple was almost afraid to go into their own home because of poltergeists, and residual energies making things move."
The paranormal investigator and his team of ghost hunters have been in the industry for years now and they use highly specialized technical equipment to go to the homes of those affected by paranormal entities. They claim that they are able to help families get rid of their unwanted occupants.
Technical paranormal expert, Robert Bryant, said, "With temperatures soaring it's having an unexplained increase in paranormal activities. We use a number of items to communicate with energies and especially our Huff Wonder Box. It is designed to search out unexplained orb lights, eerie voices, and deadly spirits. On a recent house investigation, my body was taken over by a dead priest and refused to leave until it was ordered to leave by my colleague Amanda Oriana."
Anyone living in the country can breathe a temporary sigh of relief as rain and very cloudy skies have been forecast to hit the area from August 8 onwards. However, the drop in temperature is said to be only for a short period of time as the heatwave is said to come back in full force towards the end of August. The Met Office has said, "For August-October, above-average temperatures are more likely than below-average."