To what extentand in what waysdoes the novel suggest that some (or even all) of Eleanor’s experiences may be psychological rather than supernatural?

Please read the entire novel, or listen to the audio book with this link: Jackson’s stories are often described as gothic, and The Haunting of Hill House is considered to be a quintessentially gothic story with typical gothic features: a spooky setting, a broken female protagonist, and unexplained supernatural phenomena. However, some critics have suggested that as scary as the external horror is (the house, the poltergeists, etc.), what is really frightening about the text is Eleanor herself. ***
***Are Eleanor’s experiences the result of guilt and/or her own psychological problems, or is she being driven insane by her experiences in the house?
***Be specific in your response, citing examples from the text where appropriate.
STRUCTURE FOR THE ESSAY- MUST FOLLOW!This paper should include an introduction that introduces the topic and ends with a clearly worded,1-2 sentence thesis statement.Each supporting paragraph (there should be at least 3) should begin with a strong topic sentence/Should incorporate evidence, including direct quotations from the short stories as needed to support your argument. Direct quotations should be incorporated using the quotation sandwich methodProper MLA in-text citations The essay should also contain a strong conclusion