16 Mar 2015
Britain’s most haunted woman films terrifying ghost activity – and claims it’s her dead brother
A woman who has moved five times in a bid to escape the spirit of her dead brother claims she has caught paranormal activity on camera.
The video above captured by Donna Ayres appears to include footage of a spoon levitating across her kitchen as well as activity on a Ouija board.
“Ever since my brother died strange things have occurred in every house I’ve lived in, it’s been a living hell,” said the 33-year-old from Blackpool, who has been dubbed Britain’s most haunted woman.
“Probably the worst time was when I was pinned to the bed, I’ll never forget it – it was very traumatic.
“I believe this is happening because death has always followed me, but I have strong suspicions the spirit could be my brother, who died when I was younger.
“We had a very troubled relationship, perhaps that’s why he’s come back to haunt me.”
The mum-of-four says the poltergeist of her brother, who she had a fraught relationship with before he died in 2009, is making her life a living hell.
She said: “The paranormal activity first started in 2009 when I began to hear bangs at night, and then scratches appeared on the wall.
“Since these first encounters I’ve had nothing but rampant paranormal activity in every house I’ve lived in, I’m just at the end of my tether.
“I have even woken up with bruises some mornings, despite not being in contact with anyone.
“Once my guitar started playing on its own which I actually found very interesting, I know this makes me sounds stupid but it’s the truth.
“It’s hard to get the footage as sometimes the paranormal activity is too quick to film, but I think I’ve done well to catch what I have with a basic camera phone.
“Given the rocky relationship with my brother, I genuinely believe this ghost is haunting me, not just the house which I live in, which is the most terrifying thing.
“People need to realise, this isn’t fake for me; this entity is very real and won’t leave me in peace.”
Video credit: Caters