Paranormal activity: Woman terrorised by haunted painting found in Brighton | UK | News
Mel Hamilton, 55, found a portrait of a woman being dumped next to a trading container on a Brighton street. To save the abandoned painting from the trash, she took it home – a decision she later regretted.
She told The Argus within days of the paranormal activity being freshened up and hanging, and things got worse.
Mel believes that a dark being has attached itself to her and wanted to ruin her life.
The picture was painted in 1973 and shows a woman in a white robe wearing jewelry.
Mel says a series of inexplicable events occurred from the moment she brought the painting home to her.
Your healthy German Shepherd died suddenly, the television changed channels by itself and doors opened and slammed.
She said, “I would hear the door handles moving and the keys going in and out. The TV changed channels.
“This overwhelming darkness was terrible and I was alone.
“It quickly became clear that something was wrong. Everything went wrong, everything.”
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Mel said, “Things got really, really unbearable. There was so much activity that I didn’t want to live there.
“The energy in it was just so bad and so dark. I was a nervous wreck and full of crosses. I went to a meeting and tried to sound rational, but no one believed me.”
After three years, Mel’s son threw the portrait away and almost immediately the paranormal activity stopped.
She said, “I have peace, three years of sobriety, and a loving family. My home that I’m no longer afraid of and I have a very supportive new husband.
“I wonder if anyone knows why they are [the picture] was dumped. Part of me has this for good reason because I’ve seen a lot of terror. “