Skip to comments.Haunting in Indiana leads to family’s exorcism, child’s levitation: Reports
Posted on 01/28/2014 11:50:18 AM PST by BlatherNaut
A Gary, Ind., mother of three claims demons caused her 12-year-old daughter to levitate and her 9-year-old son to walk on a hospital ceiling accounts supported by medical personnel and police officials, according to a shocking report. For Latoya Ammons, the late night footsteps, the creaking of a door and wet footprints left by a shadowy male figure through her living room were merely child's play when that was all her family had to endure. But then things turned violent.
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a good another scary movie about to be made
Note that the most dramatic incident-— the 9 year old boy walking backwards, up a wall and across the ceiling at the hospital -— is also the one with the most credible witnesses: Indiana DCS (Department of Childrens’ Services) family case manager Valerie Washington, and registered nurse Willie Lee Walker -— in addition to the children’s mother and grandmother.
Good thing they finally got a competent exorcist.
I’m not even sure I want to open this link...and not due to its ability/inability to work correctly.
Anyone believing this malarkey proves that man has only one foot out of the cave.
anyone got a cellphone that can take videos? anyone?
Likely it was a dirt devil type possession.....
Why not believe it? Were you a witness? Do you know the family? There were collaborators and I'm not talking about other family members. If I were them, though, there is NO WAY I would have consulted a clairvoyant.
There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio (gusty), Than are dreamt of in your philosophy. William Shakespeare
I do not understand why CPS took the kids away from the mother.
Nah, nobody remembers their cell phone when someone is dancing on the ceiling. Just like nobody thinks to preserve the corpse when they shoot a bigfoot.
Fr. Michael Maginot
I have it on the best authority that all they need is for some monks to come over to the house and chant to drive the spirits of the departed out of the house and have the monks place string around and through the house to keep the spirit from returning.
Then, just to be safe, build a very small house on the right hand corner of the property and put rice and beer in this spirit house. This is for the benefit of any spirit displaced by building a house on its land. Burning incense always helps as well.
"Your mother sews socks that smell."
Art Bell fan?
I kinda don’t think so.
Consulting a clairvoyant was a big mistake, but based on what I have read a common mistake. Occult activities usually lead to an increase in demonic infestation. A priest as a person who usually daily holds the body of Christ in his hands is who is needed to chase away demons.
If I had to guess the demonic activity if legitimate had less to do with the house and more to do with what mom was doing. This might also explain CPS involvement. My guess is she was heavily into the occult ( observe hair and make-up pictures) and did not understand the nature of what she was playing with. Embarrassing to admit that, easier to blame the house.
Occult practices are gaining in popularity just look at the grammys ( no joke intended here)
Not at all. There is just another realm that we either believe in, or we don't. I happen to believe in a spiritual realm and both the good and the evil therein. You can believe what you want.
“The bed is on my foot! The bed is on my foot!” LOL.
I immediately thought of this SNL skit. You beat me to it!
Or doesn't empirical science make use that anymore? Maybe we should just rely on computer modeling, like the IPCC.
Because people react instantly to shocking and horrifying events right in front of their faces -- by grabbing their cell phones --- right?
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