Tuesday, 3 February 2015

A Mother And Her Daughter Who Used Ouija Board To Contact Dead Dog Are Now Fighting For Their Lives






A mother and daughter, Margaret Carroll and Katrina Livingstone, are under arrest despite the fact that they are fighting for their lives following a mystery fire at their home after they allegedly used an Ouija board to contact their dead dog.

The dog, Molly, was allegedly killed by Paul, Margaret's husband who had drowned her in the bzath before claiming she died as a result of another Ouija board session on Christmas Eve.

His crime was however discovered when he chopped the dog’s body into pieces and put it down a drain, blocking it.


He pleaded guilty to causing unnecessary suffering to a protected animal and is due to be sentenced later this month.

On Saturday, a fire started at Mrs Carroll and Miss Livingstone’s home in Consett, County Durham, and again a Ouija board is believed to have been involved.


Neighbours said the two women had repeatedly tried to contact Molly.

Neighbour Donna Sowerby said that she spoke to Miss Livingstone who told her that there would be  a Ouija board reading on Friday evening and that her and her mother that they were going to die.

At 8.45am on Saturday, emergency services were called to the house after a fire broke out.

Mrs Carroll and Miss Livingstone, who have both been arrested on suspicion of arson with intent to endanger life, were both found in the back garden and are being treated for conditions unrelated to the fire.

Mrs Sowerby, 30, said: ‘The fire was right the way through the property. It was horrible. The roof was right up. We could not see up the street because of the smoke.

‘There was a mini explosion and one of the firefighters was blown back.’

A spokesman for Durham Constabulary said: ‘Two women, aged 60 and 37, were taken to the University Hospital of North Durham where they remain in a critical condition and under arrest for arson with intent to danger life.

‘We are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident.’

Police said no other dogs were in the properly at the time of the fire having being removed by the RSPCA last month.





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