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A nine-year-old boy walked backwards up a wall and ceiling as startled medical staff looked on after his mother claimed he and his two siblings had been possessed by demons, according to official reports. The unlikely-sounding event was detailed in official documents after a child services case worker and a nurse both said they saw the boy 'glide' backwards on the floor, wall and ceiling. Both were shocked to see the boy apparently float after their mother had been subject to months of scepticism when she claimed her home in Gary, Indiana, was haunted and all three of her children were possessed by demons.
originally posted by: skyblueworld
If he was possessed and they knew he was, how come no-one filmed it? Evidence that is always missed when these types of reports come out.
Few threads here if you want to know a bit more:
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originally posted by: swanne
a reply to: markosity1973
There is more to the World that what meets the eyes.
Even an atheist such as myself can acknowledge that.
Not because we humans can't see certain frequencies of light, hear certain sounds, observe multiverses, perceive bodies smaller than certain sizes, mean that they don't exist.
The rumors are true: 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.”
But why would someone purchase this haunted house?
“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.”
originally posted by: markosity1973
a reply to: VegHead
If the priest has done his job properly, there won't be much to see there any more.
Demons tend to more look for vulnerable people rather than cling to a physical bricks and mortar house. People often confuse demons with ghosts, who do supposedly haunt specific locations.
originally posted by: SirKonstantin
I can't back this statement up, though I have read that once you have been possessed, your life force, energy,soul,chi, chakra has been devoured and after your body stops working"death", you don't have an afterlife in either hell or heaven or nirvana or whatever you want to call it. Not trying to be funny, but you pretty much turn into an atheist, but not by choice or belief, you just won't go anywhere because you have been "eaten" from the inside.
Being overtaken by "demons" is not good at all. And i won't advice letting them in.