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...the first ghostly incident happened on the night they moved in: "We were all sitting downstairs watching TV when we heard a knock on the wall and a man's voice say 'hello, is anybody there?'.
"When I went to check, there was nobody there and the door was locked. There was no way anyone could have got in."
For several months things remained quiet, but in April Mr Rashid says one of the maids saw a grey figure sitting on her bed.
"She was so frightened she collapsed," he said. "Then members of my family started seeing things."
He claims that things began to get really scary when the ghosts started to take on the form of his children.
On one occasion his wife saw one of their daughters sitting in a front room but when she went to her bedroom she was in there sound asleep.
"I get goose bumps just thinking about it," he said. "I never believed in stuff like this before, but I do now."
"After failing to sell the property Mr Rashid - who owns a chain of nursing homes in the county, a hotel in Dubai and 26 other properties - said: "The only way forward was not to pay the mortgage and hope that the bank would repossess."
The house was eventually repossessed on Thursday."
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