A council house in Bronte Street, occupied by the Coult-hard family, was the scene of 'poltergeist' activity in 1963 and 1964.
Exorcism was carried out by a local clergyman but had no lasting effect. Ornaments were thrown, bottles smashed, slippers shot up from the floor, plates and crockery crashed down and chairs and other objects were moved.
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