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An unseen ghost which makes noises and causes disruption, especially by causing physical objects to move or fly about
These noisy and mischievous spirits are unpredictable, uncontrollable, and cannot respond intelligently to questions
The name of unexplained rapping's, noises and similar disturbances Poltergeists can break fragile items and set fire to pieces of furniture or clothing
German word for a noisy, mischievous, destructive spirit (a demon)
A poltergeist is a ghost or supernatural force which is believed to move furniture or throw objects around. a ghost that makes objects move around and causes strange noises (poltern + geist )
a ghost that announces its presence with rapping and the creation of disorder
{i} spirit, ghost; spirit that announces its presence by making noises causing other disturbances (German)
a type of ghost that keeps returning to the same place because of something that happened there; sometimes they make a lot of noise; not to be trusted
A ghost which makes noises and causes disruption
A general term applied to a variety of site-, or sometimes person-, specific physical phenomena These can include temperature variations, anomalous sounds, and movement of physical objects The word 'poltergeist' was coined back when such phenomena were thought to be due to the presence of some sort of mischevious entity Currently, poltergeist phenomena are usually considered to be related either to unusual physical conditions at the affected site, or to be related to psychokinesis Anecdotal reports suggest that many poltergeist focus on an individual under some form of emotional stress
anomalous activity thought to be caused by latent psychokinetic energy in troubled adolescents Poltergeist activity frequently include unexplained noises and objects being thrown by invisible forces
"Noisy ghost" - when objects fly or float around the house, appliances or lights turn on and off, accompanied by unusual sounds, smells or images Previously thought to be caused by unseen "agents" or mischievous spirits, the majority of cases are actually caused by a living person, usually subconsciously, especially children going through puberty or emotional turmoil
Poltergeist is a German word meaning 'noisy/rattling spirit' Poltergeist manifestations are one of the most common paranormal events in modern homes Some researchers believe that poltergeists are not ghosts but phenomena caused by mental disturbances Poltergeists often appear when a certain member of the family is present Children, adolescents and the elderly seem to be more susceptible to such phenomena Manifestations include: moving/levitating objects (furniture being rearranged, glasses being smashed, etc ), creaks, knocks, temperature changes, pools of water appearing, etc Poltergeists can cause a great deal of damage within the home, but there are no recorded cases of severe physical injury occurring because of them Exorcism has little effect; the spirit merely 'laughs' at the ceremony
Also called recurrent spontaneous psychokinesis; large-scale psychokinetic phenomena thought to be due to a living person; phenomena includes unexplained noises or the movements of objects; see also Psychokinesis
plural of poltergeist