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    1. The Enfield Poltergeist (1977-1979, England): The Hodgson family experienced strange phenomenon in their home in Enfield, London. Events included objects moving on their own, knocking sounds, chair levitations, and children speaking in strange voices. The case was investigated by Maurice Grosse and Guy Lyon Playfair, who documented over 2,000 incidents.
    2. The Bell Witch (1817-1821, USA): This case is centered around the Bell family in Adams, Tennessee. They reported being physically attacked by an invisible entity, hearing strange noises and voices. The case is unique because the entity interacted with and spoke to the family, something rarely reported in other cases.
    3. The Rosenheim Poltergeist (1967, Germany): Lawyer Sigmund Adam’s office became the center of unexplained events, such as light fixtures swinging, phones dialing numbers by themselves, and heavy furniture moving. The case was thoroughly investigated, including by parapsychologist Hans Bender.
    4. The Borley Rectory (1929-1938, England): Known as “the most haunted house in England,” this rectory in Essex experienced poltergeist phenomenon. Reports included unexplained footsteps, messages appearing on the wall and a phantom coach driven by two headless horsemen.
    5. The Estefania Gutierrez Lazaro Case (1991-1992, Spain): Estefania Gutierrez reportedly played with a Ouija board before experiencing seizures and hallucinations. Even after her sudden death, her family’s house in Vallecas reportedly held unsettled activity, like doors slamming and eerie voices. This case influenced the film “Veronica” in 2017.
    6. The Smurl Family (1974-1989, USA): The Smurl family of West Pittston, Pennsylvania, reported disturbing activities in their home, including unexplained noises, foul odors, shadowy figures, and physical attacks, leading them to believe they were targeted by a demonic entity.
    7. The Sallie House (1993, USA): This house in Kansas supposedly haunted by a girl named Sallie became infamous when Tony and Debra Pickman lived there. They experienced scratches, apparitions, items moving, and even witnessed toys arranged in a circle.
    8. The Thornton Heath Poltergeist (1938-1939, England): A family in Thornton Heath experienced a series of unsettling events during Christmas, including hearing an eerie “deathly cold” presence, seeing their Christmas tree violently shaking, experiencing objects moving on their own, and their son being slapped by an unseen hand.
    9. The Danny Poltergeist Case (1998, USA): This case involves a three-year-old boy named Danny from Florida who claimed that his toys would play by themselves. Activity gradually intensified and expanded, including faucets turning on, eggs flying from their cartons, and furniture erupting in flames.
    10. The Mackenzie Poltergeist (1998-present, Scotland): A poltergeist at Greyfriars Kirkyard, believed to be the vengeful spirit of George Mackenzie. Visitors have reported feeling strange physical sensations, from faint scratches and burns to violent shoving or even being knocked unconscious.