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In 1983, Don Decker of Stroudsburg, PA was released from the Monroe County jail on furlough to attend the funeral of his grandfather. What Don had never told anyone, however, was that his grandfather had sexually abused him since he was seven years old. After the funeral, tired of hearing his parents glorify his demented grandfather, he made the decision to stay with his friends Bob and Jeannie Keiffer.
While he was at the Keiffer house enjoying the evening something came over Don and he appeared to go into a trance-like state. The Keiffers, who were busy occupied with other things, didn’t take notice to Don’s state until a strange thing happened – it started to rain in their living room.
At first the Keiffers assumed that a pipe had broken causing water to leak from their ceiling and down their walls. They called their landlord Ron H. Van Why to come and investigate the issue.
When Ron got to the house he was baffled by the water, as there were no pipes in that area of the house. To make things even more strange, he noticed that the water was not only dripping from the ceiling downwards, but it was even flowing upwards and horizontally.
At a loss, Ron called the local police who he thought may be able to get a handle on the situation. Officers Richard Wolbert and John Baujan arrived at the scene and were amazed by what they were witnessing. Unable to do anything more than Ron could, they went to get their chief of police while Don and the Keiffers went to grab some food across the street.
Ron and his wife stayed behind and were astonished to see that the rain had mysteriously stopped as soon as the trio had left.
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