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India family found hanged from ceiling in Delhi house “We have to sift through CCTV footage for the last three months to get a better idea of what could have transpired,” a police officer told BBC Hindi’s Salman Ravi. After the bodies were found, investigators said the case could be one of “mass suicide linked to spiritual and mystical practices” based on notes recovered from inside the house. Image caption Footage shows two women in the family carrying stools into the house The 11 dead are members of the Bhatia family. They include 75-year-old Narayan Devi, her daughter, two sons, their wives and five grandchildren aged between 33 and 15. Police have also found 11 diaries, which they believe belonged to Lalit Bhatia, who was Narayan Devi’s youngest son. They suspect that Mr Bhatia believed he was “possessed by the spirit” of his father, who died in 2008. “Notes found in one of the diaries hint that a strong belief that supernatural forces would intervene and save them could have motivated the family to hang themselves,” an investigating officer said. The family lived in a three-storey house in Burari, a largely middle-class area of North Delhi. Image caption The neighbourhood of Burari is reeling from the deaths of the Bhatia family Neighbours say the family were active members of the community and describe them as “religious, happy and financially comfortable”.