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Woman faced her fears as a ghosthunter after spectre stalked her for a year

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ghosthunter.When Debbie McAll, 51, first realised a spirit had “attached” himself to her in late 2012 she asked a church to “banish” him.

But it didn’t work.She turned to a medium, who listened to her terrifying tales of being pushed and shoved and advised her to let go of the negative energy that was attracting it.The development coordinator, of Portsmouth, Hampshire, says it worked and pursuing her interest in the spirit world afterwards helped her “regain control” of her life.It also led to her finding her “soul mate”, Emily Cowell, 38, who she met at a séance.She said: “Emily has the same passion for the paranormal as me and whenever we can, we work together.“Our date nights are paranormal investigations instead of dinners - we prefer them.“They’re unconventional, but they’re our passion and we have as many as we can.“Going on these investigations has completely changed my life and I’ve never been happier.”Since Debbie created hunting firm Ghost2Ghost, she has gone on more than 120 haunting excursions, taking a mixture of believers and sceptics.And she says the most recent adventure in Fort Widley, near Portsmouth, Hampshire, was the most terrifying yet.Debbie and a group of 24 ghost hunters ventured into the coal tunnels beneath the reputedly haunted building, only to be frightened witless by a thunderous roar that reverberated all around them at 2am.Despite her vast experience of investigating the paranormal, even Debbie was shocked to the core by the degree of “aggression” she says it conveyed.She said: “It was so loud.

It was giving a terrifying message.“I think the spirits wanted us out of the tunnels. They wanted us to run out and we did.“I’ve often heard the spirits shouting ‘Get out’ repeatedly, during.

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