Zak Bagans, star of the reality TV show, “Ghost Adventures” is really into haunting. In fact, he loves his job so much that he bought a house that allegedly has demonic activity, TMZ reports on Jan. 31, 2014.
In Gary, Indiana, there is a house that's been the site for numerous demonic possessions and haunting. It is rumored to be the portal to hell. Apparently, it would make the Amityville house look tame in comparison. So, Zak plunked down $35,000 on the demon possessed residence. He plans to live in the house so he can experience the demons first hand.
Zak told TMZ "If it's true this home is a portal to hell, then I want to go there and see what happens."
It seems that the demonic spirits didn't bother the house until Latoya Ammons rented it. She moved into the house with her three kids and her mother, Rosa Campbell. She reported that her kids were possessed from the evil spirits that live in that house. Official documents prove that Latoya told the truth and several other credible witnesses, from doctors, to police to priests, can back her complaints on demonic spirits. Latoya had the house exorcised multiple times and she built an alter in the basement, but nothing could remove the evil that resided there. Two clairvoyants said the house had over 200 demons. They advised the family to move out, but Latoya didn’t have enough money to leave.
According to USA Today, Charles Reed owned the rental property for 33 years. He said that there were no problems in the home before or after Latoya Ammons and her family lived there.
In April 2012, the DCS petitioned the Lake Juvenile Court for the three children. The two oldest kids went to St. Joseph’s Carmelite Home and the youngest went to Christian Haven. Latoya and her mother moved out of the house and it wasn’t until November 2012 when Latoya regained custody of her three kids.
So what do you think? Is the house a portal to hell or just a nice house that had bad people living inside?
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