Michael Lee of Southport claims that the phantom presence bothers his pet cat. He claims that he is unconcerned about the ghost dog because he believes it is harmless to them.
A couple claims to have spent the previous week sharing their bed with a nice ghost dog that sits at their feet and watches TV with them.
According to the Liverpool Echo, Michael Lee, from Southport, alleges that it began with footsteps going across the bed and that the ghost now prefers to lie between his legs with his pet cat, Maggie, to keep the ghostly dog at bay.
The 47-year-old and his 43-year-old husband Blake Lee believe the ghostly presence is a dog that will not harm them.
According to Michael,
“I thought the cat had come on the bed to rouse us up for breakfast at 5 a.m., but the cat was nowhere to be found. It looked like slow-moving footsteps on the bed, then landed on my foot.
“It’s laying on its side. When this dog comes over, you can see the dip in the bed where it is laying because I have a fluffy blanket on the bed that is absolutely flat. It’s fairly hefty.” He also says that it’s too heavy to be a cat.
Michael has an infrared camera that he can view on his phone and a two-way microphone, so he tried to capture the ghost the following day.
He used the camera to ask if anyone was in the room, and was met with a “high pitched wail,” as he described it.
“Are you a dog?” he asked the ghost, who responded with the same noise.
“It doesn’t terrify me,” Michael explained, “because you know what it could be and what it couldn’t be.” It won’t harm you in any way. Although it is a poltergeist, ghosts do not appear to cause any harm.
“All it does is lie on my feet, I have a witness in the form of my partner, who saw the dip in the bed.” He heard the noise the ghost made when I asked if it was there the other day. It’s impossible for a cat to produce that noise; it must be a dog.”
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