Your True Tales for May 2012
Name of story:Natalie's Poltergeist
First of all, if a psychiatrist is calling this schizophrenia, you need to find a shrink with a clue. Schizophrenia is a bona fide brain disease, as evidenced by differences between schizophrenic and normal brains in frozen section examination. It is not caused by environmental trauma, but is genetic. Also, the phenomena tend to be only auditory, not visual. The drugs will close the psychic gates, as a psychic I did an intake interview with in a state mental hospital advised me, but that man admitted he was pretending to be schizophrenic in order to get the drugs so he could block the input.
Since other family members are experiencing phenomena as well, it should be obvious something paranormal is occurring and the proper expert found and consulted. A psychiatrist would not be that individual! This is a psychic-spiritual problem, not psychiatric, in my opinion.
Your advice for the author
Consult a psychic investigator and a priest.