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Police in Indiana believe a local house is haunted and infested with demons

Police believe that local house is haunted
Police believe that local house is haunted
Gary Police Department

A street in Indiana is said to be occupied by hundreds of ghosts and demons. A local police captain believes that one of the houses on that street is where the strange things are coming from, the Huffington Post reported yesterday.

A small house on Carolina Street, in Gary, Indiana has over 800 pages of official police reports of odd occurrences happening. In the photo, a strange figure can be seen peering out of one of the porch windows of the home. City officials claim that there were no inhabitants living in the home when the picture was taken. A police captain with the Gary Police Department says he believes that the home is haunted.

One family that lived in the home fled due to the supernatural events. Residents of the home have experienced their children levitating, strange footsteps, odd behavior from animals and insects. A family case manager and a family nurse even witnessed one of the children walking backward up a wall.

Psychics came and informed the last residents Latoya Ammons and her grandmother Rosa Campbell that the house was infested with over 200 ghosts and demons. According to the seers, the demons were attempting to possess Ammons' three children.

"The family said demons possessed Ammons' and her children, then ages 7, 9, and 12. The kids' eyes bulged, evil smiles crossed their faces, and their voices deepened every time it happened," one witness told the Indiana Star.

A police captain, several priests, and child service caseworkers believe that something evil lurks within the house. When the family moved, the paranormal activity seemed to have stopped. The house's new owners haven't reported anything strange happening.

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