Give up the ghost, say spooked agents
Monday 11 October 2004
Real estate agent Ina Angove prayed silently whenever she entered one Papakura house - not for help in securing a sale, but just in case the owners really were right about the home being haunted.
By The LandlordThe family who had just moved out had told the agent of some eerie goings-on in one room.
"They said the room would get very, very cold and sometimes, in the middle of the night, they would be woken by sounds coming from it, sounds of people screaming or children playing, crying or laughing.
"They said they could clean it up at night and then in the morning they would find the toys had been scattered around the floor."
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