Two local doctors and a local clergyman were present when unusual rapping sounds were heard, apparently associated with Virginia but clearly not caused by her, since she was under their observation. Again, questions were asked and were answered by means of coded raps.
Wijk, H. Daily Telegraph Magazine Dec Later researchers, such as Alan Gauld and Tony Cornelltested Lambert's hypothesis by placing specific objects in different rooms and subjecting the house to strong mechanical vibrations.
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Since, in so many reported cases, the person whose presence seemed to correlate with the phenomena exhibited symptoms of repressed anger or distress, it made sense to view the effects as caused by a kind of discharge of mental energy.