Through the years, we have heard of many police and local law enforcement being called to a scene, because of what was said to be Paranormal Phenomena. Their is a national data base for such calls and said reports.
One such call gained national attention, it’s been the topic of many shows and now a soon to be made movie. The Indiana Hell House.From the very beginning, records indicated those closest to Ammons’ case believed her story of demonic possession. A D.C.S [child services] family case manager and registered nurse even claimed they’d seen Ammons’ then-9-year-old son walk backward up a wall at a hospital. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69ix9VdBskE
Latoya Ammons and her family faced escalating experiences with demons that left evidence of their existence seen by credible witnesses outside her family. Blessings and exorcisms, more than one, finally had brought peace. Kelly Wilkinson / of the The Star had openly reported
In January of 2014, the world heard a harrowing story about a woman and her family experiencing demonic possession and paranormal activity in their Gary, Indiana rental house. It is What made this story so compelling to so many people
The house in Gary, Indiana. Note the person-like thing in the 2nd window pane from the right. It has been called a reflection, a deliberate hoax with a ghost app or an actual ghost. Photo from the Hammond police department
Truth about the ghost in the house, the app used and Amazing Randy’s nonsense from his skeptical view points.
The skeptics have came out and as usual that Amazing Randy name popped up once again for folks that have been around inside the para world for a while, will most likely remember the Amazing Randy challenge. The 1 million dollar challenge there never was any money, so it became a hoax itself nice try Amazing Randy.http://web.randi.org/swift/the-indiana-hell-house-is-off-limits-to-proper-investigation-but-media-producers-welcome
It sounded just like a Hollywood movie. Dramatic behavior was described by the police, a priest and health professionals who were disturbed by the case. Yet, as with almost all of these astounding cases, we see described the typical behaviors related to “possession” (none of which have ever been verified other than by religious believers to be actual demon possession). We are offered many eyewitness reports and opinions but no solid evidence of bizarre events – no photos or videos. The witnesses who describe the events, especially Ammons herself, hold a belief in the reality of the supernatural. Even the police interpreted events in a paranormal light, seemingly swallowing the stories they were told at face value. A sense of religiosity in the victims’ daily lives is apparent. A credulous priest encouraged the belief in demons and performed an exorcism. The story snowballed.
Kwiatkowski revisited the circumstances around publishing the story which became the “most-read piece in The Indianapolis Star’s history.”
This is where the story gets even better here. With all the media hype, local law enforcement, doctors, nurses and other staff, their is not one question that would be skeptical is my thinking. How ever when Zak Bagans entered, we knew a movie deal would soon follow.
: Zak Bagans has purchased a house in Gary, IN, that has earned a reputation as a “Portal to Hell.” The unassuming house on a quiet street has been a nightmare for Latoya Ammons and her 3 children, who were all possessed by some evil entity. An intervention by the Department of Child Services, a hospital evaluation and even a police investigation were all followed by the first authorized exorcism in the Diocese of Gary, IN, in 21 years.
“This case has so many different credible sources,” Zak explains, “from CPS workers to the captain of the police department, that witnessed things that most people don’t even believe in.” it is what macde this haunted case credible at least made it appear to be?
But why would someone purchase this haunted house? money people, money!
in and interview with Inside edition Zak stated “Something called me to the house,” Zak told Inside Edition. “And in some weird way, I was able to connect with the landlord and it just happened. I obtained the house, and I’m going to be heading there soon to see if [the stories are] true.”
It’s hard not to believe the accounts of the possessions and exorcisms that occurred in this house. From the swarms of flies that won’t go away to the suspicious dirt floor beneath the basement stairs, this house may reveal answers to the questions about the paranormal that Ghost Adventures has been investigating all along.
Zak adds, “It’s very scary, people can get hurt, people can die, but these are the answers I want to know, about this side of life that we may all face after death.”
Will we see a lockdown in the “Portal to Hell”? Will Aaron investigate alone in the basement?
You’ll get the chance to ask these questions and more on Saturday, Feb 15 at 10|9c when we host a live Google+ Hangout video chat in the #GAFanLair immediately after the season premiere! Tweet your questions to @ghostadventures now and on the night of the premiere.
“I love a good investigation. I love the adventure. I love the challenge. I love the unknown.” – @Zak_Bagans
There is a lot to think about folks. Did the case really happen? did demons walk on walls, was their and actual Exorcism performed and performed in good standing? was it approved by the catholic church?
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Paranormal Herald : Evan jensen