LISTEN: Demon voice recorded by police at haunted house is real & TERRIFYING
Do you believe in ghosts or demons? I don't, but then crazy stuff happens and I'm not so sure what I believe. Take for example the story of Latoya Ammons, her mother, and her three children (one girl and two boys) ages 12, 9, and 8 years old. In 2011, all five of them moved into a modest home in Gary, Indiana. Strange things started happening--very strange things. Things that can only be described as supernatural. It's one thing for the family to believe that perhaps the home is possessed with demons, but even the local police captain became a believer and you might believe to after you listen to a recording of a ghostly voice in the basement made by the police.
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Before you listen to the recording, you should know that Ammons and her children seem to have been possessed by demons at time while living in the home. Rosa Campbell, the gradmother, was not affected in the same way and feels that she is somehow protected from the spirits. Oh and by possessed, I mean things like the 12-year-old girl was seen levitating above her bed when company was over. That company refused to ever come back into the home. Hmmm, I wonder why?
As for the boys, at one point the 7-year-old was found in the closet talking to a boy that only he could see and when asked what the boy was talking to him about, he said the boy was describing what it felt like to be killed. Freaky! The 9-year-old supposedly walked backwards up the wall and on to the ceiling once.
Okay, I could go on and on telling you stories about what happened to this poor family because it just goes on and on and quite frankly should be turned into a horror movie, but I want to share the recording made by the police of what sounds like a whispered, "Hey!" This recording was made in the basement of the afflicted home. "Every one of us who was there that day in the basement and who saw what we saw, went through what we went through after…we all think the same, we all call it the same," Police captain Charles Austin said in an interview about the incident. "That bit of dirt is a portal to hell."
Image via Hammond Police Department