Author Ian Johnson, talking about his fictional novel The Witcher Keys, said that he began to take an interest in otherworldly entities whilst working on building projects on the North York Moors, where he has worked for the past 14 years.
One day, the father-of-three says he witnessed a fight between two builders on a project he was working on, when one wouldn’t believe the other’s claim that an elf was watching them from a nearby tree.
Then, nine years ago, a curious incident on a building project prompted him to begin researching the subject in more earnest.
He had been working on a large home in a remote location on the moors which became progressively uninhabitable.
People reported feeling nauseaus, headaches and low moods when inside the property and there was a 60 volt static charge on the roof.
Ian said that after tests using sensitive monitoring equipment detected nothing abnormal, he was told by experts in geopathic stress that three ley lines crossing at a single point, directly below the property.
“This was a rare occurrence in itself, but they also uncovered an even more curious and disturbing problem,” he said.
He was told a horde of small “goblin or imp-like creatures” in trees close by were furious that a spring supplying a drinking trough at their main meeting place had been diverted and were making their displeasure known.
“I would have been sceptical before then if someone had said “there’s goblins over there watching me”,” said Mr Johnson.
“But now I have a totally different view point.”
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