Haunted Objects and Remedies

Haunted Objects and Remedies

Possessed possessions. Demon dolls. Haunted objects. You never know what you bring home with you from an antique store or yard sale. Learn how to break the ghostly bond with your possessions.

We’ve all heard the stories about demon dolls and other haunted objects. In most cases, a family member buys an antique that just happens to have something paranormal attached to it. Now, you have to think twice about that item you buy from eBay.

2 Kinds of Haunted Objects

Robert, the cursed dollHaunted objects come in 2 general versions:

1. They absorb the energy of their previous owner

2. They’re cursed by a magical ritual

Unfortunately, Ghostly Activities isn’t a subject matter expert on magic systems. However, we did find a reputable site with information on breaking curses.

Now, back to breaking the ghostly bond with a haunted object.

Most Common Haunted Objects

Cursed chair kills anyone who sits in itHaunted objects can be anything. The most common possessed possessions include:

  • Dolls
  • Jewelry
  • Antique bed frames and headboards
  • Paintings (especially self portraits)
  • Mirrors
  • Clothing (especially gowns)
  • Chairs

It’s obvious why these objects absorb energy. They either have a great deal of contact with their owner (i.e., jewelry), or they capture the image of the owner (i.e., mirrors). An untimely death could also give the energy to charge the object. For example, a bride who dies on her wedding night could definitely charge her gown and wedding ring with enough essence to become haunted. Always ask about the item’s history before buying it.

If needed, you could ask a psychic, gifted with psychometry, to test the objects before you bring them home. The psychic can pick up the ‘vibes’ on the object and tell you if it’s good or bad energy. If you experience any ghostly activities, we strongly recommend you call someone to test the object right away.

Haunted Object Dormancy and Activity

Haunted box for sale on eBayMany objects remain dormant until there’s a change in its environment. Usually, that means a new owner takes it to a new home, or you move into someone’s home. That change in energy can activate the object.

We had one client with a haunted object in her wall. It was a cooking utensil used during the Civil War. Her home was a field clinic during a battle in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Renovators knocked down a wall and exposed the clinic’s kitchen and the haunting activity began. Once she donated the kitchen remnants and utensils to a local museum, the activity stopped.

If you do have a haunted object, the following ghostly activities happen:

  1. Your possessions move on their own (not necessarily the haunted object)
  2. Apparitions and shadow people manifest
  3. Nightmares become frequent (3x per week or more)
  4. Bad luck happens around the home (minor injuries or plumbing/electrical problems)
  5. Illnesses become more frequent like colds, flu and food poisoning

The timing varies on these activities. Usually, they start within the first 2 weeks, but it can happen on the anniversary of the previous owner’s death.

Haunted Object Solutions

Burning haunted objects breaks the ghostly bond with previous owner - NOT SAFE!There are 5 ways to break the bond with the haunted object.

  1. Spiritual cleansing of the object and home
  2. Cleanse the object with salt
  3. Return it to its original place
  4. Bury it in a graveyard
  5. Burn it

Burning always works, but then you’ve lost your money. Plus, you could burn down the block, so we say don’t burn anything. We recommend using salt cleansing and spiritual cleansing before doing anything too drastic.


 Burning Haunted Objects

Burning is a last resort. If the object continues to appear at your home and you’ve tried the first 4 solutions, then seek a paranormal specialist to burn it for you. Destroying a haunted object can cause the evil attached to it to ‘jump’ out. If you haven’t mastered protection techniques, it could attach to you or someone who was at the place you burned it. Then, you’ll definitely need a pro to destroy the object, break the attachment and clear your home. In every case I’ve encountered, you shouldn’t need to go beyond the 4th solution listed above.


4 thoughts on “Haunted Objects and Remedies

  1. I have a question, not a comment. my question is is there a way two impart part of my spirit into jewelry without a demonic ritual way? I try to live a good life full of friends and family, I love my friends and family very passionately and I know that when I die I will be a guardian angel for my niece. if you wish to know more about my reason for this, please please feel free to return me an email and I will be more than happy to have this discussion with you via email, phone, or in person. Thank you for any reply and information you’re willing to divulge.

    James “Andy”

  2. Hi James. Thanks for asking. You don’t need to run a ritual to leave your essence behind. This post really focuses on the bad haunted objects because they cause a lot of trouble for the new owners. Families with good objects don’t want to clear those spirits. The quick answer is: If you really love someone or something, you can leave part of yourself behind. Just keep the jewelry with you and focus on love toward your family and friends. It may be a warm feeling when someone holds the object in question, or it could be the happiest memories. It’s different for everyone, so I’m not sure how it will turn out for you and family and friends.

  3. A previous tenant left a beautiful old mirror. After we moved it out of the room and into the hall, we have seen spirits, or one particular spirit in it. I am a strong empath but had not really seen or looked into or passed close enough to the mirror until tonight. My daughter is pregnant. She has used the mirror and began bleeding. I moved my left hand close to the mirror and chills ran down my left side. Also earlier in the evening we almost had to call the ambulance b/c my heart stopped during an arrythmia attack for much too long. A good whack to my chest restarted it. I knew something was wrong in the house. I have read to keep it covered, wash it with holy water or oil outside during the day, then either bury it deeply on holy ground or have a practioner burn it at at least 2300 degrees to ensure the mirror melts either by a priest or a pagan practioner who knows what they are doing.I also read that if you look into thiese mirrors, the soul inside “connects” with you or “steals your soul.” I need serious help for my daughter, her unborn child, and her husband. I have not looked directly into it… I was far away and could not see my image. Please… she has been trying so long to get pregnant. What church will allow you to bury a haunted item on hallowed ground?

  4. Hi Rynae. Thanks for asking. I’m going to give you a lot of info on this subject, so take your time reading it and send me an email through the Contact Us page if you need to. This is good info for everyone to know (or respond with what works for them). There are many ways to handle a haunted mirror.

    You can bury the mirror in any graveyard of the appropriate faith. It doesn’t have to be one on with a church on the grounds.
    There are a few ‘rules’ to know:

      Don’t bury it in a pet cemetery. These graveyards haven’t received the same rigor of blessing.
      Bury it in the appropriate graveyard: For example, if the spirit is Jewish, then bury it in a Jewish cemetery. Otherwise, you’ll just anger the spirit. The faith of the spirit can be difficult to find out, but it’s important. There have been reports of people burying haunted objects with Protestant attachments in a Catholic cemetery and the spirit came back.
      Wear some protective stones when you cover the mirror. The spirit may attempt to jump out and attach to you if you crack the glass. Onyx or obsidian are very good protective stones.
      Holy Water may not work because of the spirit’s faith. It’s better to use Oil of Abramelin to ‘neutralize’ the mirror.
      Cleanse your house after you move the mirror. You want to prevent the spirit from coming back. Check out the articles on herbs that protect, stones that protect and salt to fortify your home.
      To move the mirror, neutralize it with Oil of Abramelin: You can splash some on oil on it. Wrap it in burlap. Dig a hole at least 3 feet deep. Place it with the glass facing down. Throw salt on top of the wrapped mirror. Cover it with dirt and say you bind the spirit to its grave and it cannot return to your home. Now hurry home and cleanse the house. Keep wearing the onyx or obsidian to prevent any attachments to you. To be safe, wear the stone for at least 3 days. This will frustrate the spirit and it should move on if it finds its way out of the graveyard. It’s a good idea of have your daughter and her husband also wear some onyx or obsidian. I wouldn’t have them come to the graveyard you choose.

    And I want to dispel some myths about mirrors: It won’t steal your soul. You’d have to have some kind of dark magic ritual to do that. Even a cursed item won’t take your soul unless you allow it. You also don’t have to burn it at 2300 degrees. Any fire could do the trick. Just don’t break the glass before you burn it. That could let the spirit jump out, but the onyx or obsidian will prevent it from attaching to you.

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