It was 2015. Siddharth Bantval of the Indian Paranormal Society (IPS), a group of eccentric professionals, got a call, claiming that some paranormal activities had been detected in a house. Bantval and his team rushed to set up their equipment in the house—CCTV cameras, electromagnetic field (EMF) meters, night vision cameras, IR torches etc. They were told that objects get displaced from their original places, the TV is put on, light flickers and some strange and ghostly noises are heard by the family living there.
“We set up CCTV cameras in their bedroom and started tracking the visuals, but all of a sudden the camera pushed and somebody locked us inside the room. I had only spent a year in IPS, and I was scared,” said Bantval. “But before we started this, we had also asked some questions, the responses to which were inconsistent. So we surmised that the residents are disturbed.”