(By Nate Brown) The host of “Ghost Adventures” on the Travel Channel, Zak Bagans, is releasing a documentary that recounts the story of the Ammon’s, a Gary Indiana family who says their “Demon House” was infested with over 200 demons that caused demonic possession. Bagans purchased the house soon after the Ammon’s photos and story made national news. During his time filming, he faced extreme demonic oppression and illness. Bagans interviewed numerous police officials, a former Department of Child Services family case manager, a priest and others.
Ammons’ description of strange occurrences involving her and her three children spurred an Indiana Department of Child Services intervention, multi-agency police investigation and a series of exorcisms that a priest claimed were the first authorized by the bishop of the Catholic Church’s Diocese of Gary. “It’s taken me a while to move past that,” said Valerie Washington, a former DCS family case manager who claimed she saw Ammon’s 9-year-old son walk backward up a wall to the ceiling before flipping over his grandmother, landing on his feet. Washington added, “I believe that it was something going on there that was out of the realm of a normal living person.” READ MORE
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