Many of the paranormal community, and the fans of the paranormal series ‘Ghost Adventures’, have been eagerly awaiting the documentary film ‘The Demon House’, well good news, the film has officially wrapped up production.
For those of you who are just now hearing about the project, let me explain. ‘The Demon House’ documentary revolves around the house that Zak Bagans purchased from Latoya Ammons . The small house on Carolina Street, in Gary, Indiana looks normal from the outside, but there have been over 800 pages of reports of intense paranormal activity and even possession. Even the Captain of the Gary Police Department swears the house is haunted. Various Mediums and Psychics have stated that the house is infested with hundreds of demons and ghosts. Ammons’ children were reportedly possessed while living in the house. The paranormal events include her and her three children being attacked repeatedly by an unseen entity, seeing ghostly figures, her children levitating and walking up walls, the kids speaking in tongues and demonic voices. The local doctor, police chief, nurses and others witnessed some of the events. Rose Cambell, Ammons’ mother stated this about an interaction with one of Ammons’ sons and the local physician Dr. Onyeukwa:
” Ammons’ sons cursed Onyeukwu in demonic voices, raging at him. Medical staff said the youngest boy was “lifted and thrown into the wall with nobody touching him,” according to a DCS report.
According to Washington’s original DCS report— an account corroborated by Walker, the nurse — the 9-year-old had a “weird grin” and walked backward up a wall to the ceiling. He then flipped over Campbell, landing on his feet. He never let go of his grandmother’s hand.”
“He walked up the wall, flipped over her and stood there,” Walker told The Star. “There’s no way he could’ve done that.”
Bagans purchased the house early last year, for $35,000, with the hopes of capturing the activity on camera. Filming several months ago because of what the crew was experiencing. He even had crew members quit during filming. Bagans had this to say about his decision to halt filming last year:
“One of my crew members quit on the spot when we heard what the girl was doing when she was possessed,” Bagans stated to Dread Central. “It was then I made the decision that the home was unsafe and called a priest to exorcise the house. The exorcism was unsuccessful, and things continued. For the safety of crew we halted production, and it’s been months since then.”
Are you scared yet? Bagans announced via Instagram that the documentary is finished and will be released this fall.