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The differences between poltergeist activity and a haunting can be hard to distinguish. In the early stages of a poltergeist it may be nearly impossible. Haunts and poltergeists do share similar characteristics such as apparitions, strange noises, odors, moving or disappearing objects, etc.
Poltergeists are usually linked directly to a specific person or object. Hauntings are appearances of entities in areas known to the deceased before their deaths. Poltergeists can be triggered by a living person’s trauma generally a teenage girl. Whereas an ordinary haunting is continuous over time and concentrated in the same area.
Poltergeists build up over time to a climax and then start over. They can travel anywhere. Hauntings are not typically violent. Most poltergeists nearing the climax of their energy can become dangerous to the living thus inflicting both mental and physical torment. If you happen to meet with one of this kind, deal with it with the utmost care.