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THE ENFIELD HAUNTING by mistertrece
THE ENFIELD HAUNTING
Ink, cotton on cardboard. 
PLEASE LISTEN TO THE SONG FOR TO CATCH THE REAL VIBE OF THE IMAGE READING THE TEXT AND WATCHING IT:

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The hair is made of cotton.

"It lived off me, off my energy. Call me mad if you like. Those events did happen. The poltergeist was with me and I feel that in a sense he always will be."

 -Janet Hodgson, Daily Mail Online-

Another real case of the Warren´s. now in the big screen again.... and another of the most scary cases i´ve even know in all those years....


The Conjuring 2 true story reveals that according to the mother, Peggy Hodgson, the haunting of her Enfield home began on the evening of August 30, 1977. It was on that night that her daughter Janet told her that her brothers' beds were wobbling. The next evening, Mrs. Hodgson heard a loud noise from upstairs. She entered her children's bedroom and saw a chest of drawers moving. She tried to stop the heavy oak chest as it moved toward the door, concluding that an invisible force was trying to trap them in the room.

How the haunting began, Janet couldn’t exactly recall. She knew that she was in bed, in the room she shared with her 10-year-old brother Johnny at a house in Green Street, Enfield, when something strange happened. They became frightened. As soon as they called their Mum, it stopped. “It was a bed shaking, something like that,” said Janet. “I mean, we’re talking 25 years or more, aren’t we? I can’t remember everything. But I can remember the main events because, you know, they leave scars.” 

"It started in a back bedroom, the chest of drawers moved, and you could hear shuffling," recalled the real Janet Hodgson many years later in a Channel 4 Enfield Poltergeist documentary. Thinking that it was Janet and her siblings making the noise, she said that her mother told them to go to sleep. "We told her what was going on, and she came to see it for herself. She saw the chest of drawers moving. When she tried to push it back, she couldn't."

Janet was 11. “I was due to start senior school the following week.” When she and Johnny heard a shuffling in the dark, they called for their mother again, who came upstairs once more and ticked them off for mucking about. But when she left, the sound returned.

They sat up in bed to see a chest of drawers slide from the side of Janet’s bed towards the door. “We shouted ‘Mum! Mum!’,” said Janet. “We were sort of frightened, but also intrigued. It’s so vivid, some of it.”

Janet’s mum, Peggy, thought there were burglars in the house. She called the neighbours in. They all searched and found nothing. But the knocking continued. “It sounded like it was coming from the outside wall, but it was like it was inside as well,” said Janet. “And sometimes, it sounded like it was coming from underneath the floorboards.” Peggy called the police. The officer who arrived, WPC Carolyn Heeps, reported witnessing a chair rise up and move across the floor on its own, in full view of everyone.

“She was astounded,” Janet says. “We were all astounded.” But she didn’t know how to help, and nor did anyone else, so she decided to call the Daily Mirror. “They came down and nothing much happened. And as soon as they went to their car, it all started.” What did? “Lego bricks, marbles flying about. The photographer came back and a Lego brick hit him above the eye. He still had the mark a few days later. And then Maurice Grosse came in on the case.”

Maurice Grosse was a member of the world’s oldest paranormal research organisation, the Society for Psychical Research. Founded in 1882, the SPR counts two prime ministers (Balfour and Gladstone) as well as Freud, Jung and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle among its alumni. Grosse, who died in 2006, was a formidable man, a successful industrial designer who served World War II with the Royal Artillery. He’d investigate the case, with his colleague Guy Lyon Playfair, for six months. When I met him, he was a bright and energetic 85.

“When I first got there, nothing happened for a while,” he told me, over tea and ginger cake in the lounge of his Muswell Hill home. “But then I experienced Lego pieces flying across the room, and marbles. And the extraordinary thing was, when you picked them up they were hot, which is relevant to poltergeist type activity. I was standing by the table in the kitchen and a t-shirt leapt off the table and flew into the other side of the room whilst I was standing by it. I thought, ‘Well that’s good. Now I’ve really seen something’.”

The knocking, according to Grosse, could come from several places at once. “If you go and listen to it in the wall over here,” he said, “it’d suddenly come from the wall over there.” A run of knocks would often fade in, louder and louder, and then, slowly, out again. But that was just the start of it.

Over the coming months, he’d see sofas floating and tipping over; beds, tables and chests of draws spinning on the spot and flung over; stones flying right over the house; coins dropping out of the air in front of him; dogs barking in the middle of completely dogless rooms - all phenomena that have been recorded in poltergeist cases going back to Roman times.

On one particularly frantic day, Maurice and a neighbour heard one of the daughters crying out “I can’t move! It’s holding my leg!” They rushed out to find Janet’s sister Rose standing on the staircase on one leg, with the other leg stretched out behind her. The neighbour grabbed one small wrist and Maurice grabbed the other. They both pulled as hard as they could. Rose didn’t move.

Janet would go into violent trances, and claimed to be repeatedly thrown out of her bed in the night. One evening, the SPR investigators removed everything from her bedroom to see what would happen if it had nothing to throw. Later, the family heard a violent wrenching sound.

Upstairs, in an empty room, they found the iron fireplace had been pulled out of the wall. It’s said to be common for poltergeist activity to centre around a female on the cusp of adolescence and, sure enough, the activity peaked on Thursday 15th December, the day Janet got her first period.

But some visitors to the Enfield house were less convinced than the family, neighbours, journalists, the police officer and other witnesses. Perhaps the case’s greatest sceptic was academic Anita Gregory. Although she’s since passed away, I found a record of her views in the form of a lengthy and increasingly irritable correspondence between her and Grosse in the SPR’s quarterly journal. She called the evidence gathered at the house “questionable”, “greatly exaggerated”, and, ultimately, “pathetic”.

“She went away very, very sceptic,” Janet nodded. Gregory wrote that Janet and her sister wouldn’t allow anyone in the bedroom with them during their “possessions” when they’d speak in gruff voices of the “spirit”. Eventually, she was allowed in, “provided I faced the door and covered my head with the girls’ dressing gowns,” she wrote, at which point “slippers and pillows were shied at me.”

I wonder how likely it is that Janet could have got away with causing many of these events, even for an afternoon. Imagine chucking Lego at a houseguest and blaming it on the dead, even once. No doubt a clever illusionist could convince several adults they were witnessing a poltergeist disturbance for a few hours, maybe even a day or two. But an eleven year old girl? For 18 months?

But equally, the explanation they’ve given, which is that the disembodied consciousness of a previous occupant named Bill had possessed Janet and caused chaos in the property, is preposterous. So, I’m left thinking it was obviously just another case of something evil lives in our real life.

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ANOTHER TRACK OF MY NEW ALBUM UNDER THE NAME OF BEAT ROCKERS GANG.... " HORNS UP!!!"  (FEATURING THE WITCHBITCH)...METAL AND TECHNO FOR YOUR ASS....
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CHECK THE LAST SINGLE OF MY NEW MUSIC PROJECT " BEAT ROCKERS GANG" FEATURING THE WITCHBITCH:

" BOOMBOX BOOTY"

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HORNS UP!!!! 
NEW BEAT ROCKERS GANG SONG... FEATURING THE BROOKLYN BOMBERS:

" PIMPIN THE MIC"

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ADAM NEVILL -SOME WILL NOT SLEEP - BOOK COVER by mistertrece
ADAM NEVILL -SOME WILL NOT SLEEP - BOOK COVER
Cover of the upcoming Adam Nevill´s book, " Some Will Not Sleep".

If you love horror books, the name of Adam Nevill will sound familiar to you. As a fan, little jewels like " Apartment 16" and specially " Last Days" made me keep the faith in horror literature, running out from the same old stuff and turning back the pleasure to feel some kind of frightening reading to it late at night.

With a solid career based on real horror books, with some awards behind, i had the luck and privilege of to work with him in his new book called " Some Will Not Sleep", a collection of horror stories.

In his own words: 

For my first collection of horror stories I wanted cover artwork similar to the images in my imagination that so often inspire stories, and then appear in them too. The title of this painting is ‘Vade Retro Satan’. The artist is called Mister Trece and he lives in Barcelona. This is my first collection and his first book cover. This face even reminded me of three stories in the collection. For me, it was perfect.

I searched far and wide for the artwork and when I first saw this image I tingled.

Finding the right artwork was a real challenge. I looked at over 1200 images ( that´s when i stopped counting) and hundreds of portfolios until " Vade Retro Satana" glared at me during one of my many visits to www.deviantart.com.

For me, much of Mister Trece´s artwork distils and captures the very root of a nightmare. It´s both expressionistic and literal and can hit me like a Francis Bacon painting ( my favourite artist). I also felt that this was very ME and reflected the "things" in my imagination, deep down, that powered these stories". 


The book will be available for presales in July this summer, in a special bundle.....


Thank you so much, Adam, for to  think on me and let me be part of your world, as an artist, for your amazing and kind words, and as a fan, for make one of my dreams come true when i started to paint. You´re a real talented, kind and cool professional to work with. 

So my friends, close the computer and RUN for the books. If you trust me ( believe me, if i know about something, is about horror) you´ll discover a new amazing stuff waiting for you..... in the dark.

For more info, PLEASE check this out:

www.adamlgnevill.com/

www.facebook.com/adam.nevill?r…

twitter.com/AdamLGNevill

EMBRACE THE DARKNESS....................

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Mister Trece
Artist | Professional | Traditional Art
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All my albums ( free download )

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I want to create something different, new ways to create with the same old tools. I don´t know if i do it. But to be honest… I don´t give a fuck and who cares about it. You just should to know one thing: expect the unexpected.

My other account here :

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OFFICIAL: ALL MY STUFF ARE PROTECTED AND REGISTERED, BE CAREFUL WITH MY DARK ARTS! IF YOU WANT TO DO A COLLABO, PIECE OR WHATEVER YOU WANT, PLEASE ASK TO ME! theurbanlegendtrece@gmail.com
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Terat0gen Featured By Owner 16 hours ago   General Artist
Cheers for faving Asmodeus :D Your music projects and art are disturbing and inspiring
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Muchas gracias por el favorito!! Hug +fav 
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Thank you my friend for the favorite :blackrose:
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thank you for the fav;)
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Y muchas gracias por los favoritos :) (Smile) 
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mistertrece Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
Un placer!!! 
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CelesteGomezArts Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
Muchas gracias por el watch!! :D (Big Grin) +fav 
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mistertrece Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
No sé como no descubri tu arte antes!!! Soy yo el que está agradecido!!! :D
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CelesteGomezArts Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
Muchas gracias por tus palabras!! Hug 
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kegro Featured By Owner May 29, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Thx for the fav of Venus ()!
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mistertrece Featured By Owner May 30, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
Luv it!!!
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Hi! (/^3^)/ ~:heart: Thank you so much for watching me!

PS: Checkout my FB-Page www.facebook.com/GeniMonster ;D
There you can find more pics, wips and news. Hope we see us there again! :heart:
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Thank you for faving Scars
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Thanks for the fav and the watch!!
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mistertrece Featured By Owner May 23, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
You deserve, you really let me impress with your talent.
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lisart02 Featured By Owner May 25, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow! Thank you!
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Heart Hug 
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Thanks for the watch :)
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mistertrece Featured By Owner May 22, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
My pleasure!! You got some real beautiful works.
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:D
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Thanks for the fave. You have a pretty interesting profile actually!
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mistertrece Featured By Owner May 21, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
I can say the same about you, i really like your works. And thank you, i ussually scare the people! :)
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ShaSinnsyk Featured By Owner May 22, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
People are scary, you are normal to me :D I mean, people are just randomly stupid.
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mistertrece Featured By Owner May 22, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
Hahahaha omg that was GREAT!!! :) Agree!!!! You're cool.
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Thank you very much for faving
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