'Demon House' documentary about Gary home to air on Travel Channel Jan. 1
Exorcisms were performed by a priest on Latoya Ammons whose home was possessed. See this 2014 video about the Gary home and its family. Kelly Wilkinson, [email protected]
In 2014, IndyStar published a mysterious and chilling story.
It told the tale of Latoya Ammons, a Gary, Ind. woman who claimed to be possessed by demons, leading to some seriously spooky incidents that resulted in a police investigation and multiple exorcisms. Zak Bagans, host of Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures,” produced a documentary called “Demon House” that delves into Ammons’ story.
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The film was originally released on March 16, 2017. It will air on Travel Channel at 9 p.m. on Jan. 1. Repeat airings will take place at midnight on Jan. 2, 8 p.m. on Jan. 19 and 1 a.m. on Jan. 20.
Bagans purchased the home on Carolina Street soon after the IndyStar article published, and led a team of paranormal investigators to examine the home. In the film, Bagans interviews the priest who performed the exorcisms, police officials and a former Department of Child Services case manager. Not surprisingly, weird things start to happen.
Here’s the film description on Travel Channel’s website:
“After buying a haunted home in Gary, Indiana, over the phone, paranormal investigator Zak Bagans and his crew are unprepared for the demonic forces that await them at the location referred to as a ‘portal to Hell.'”
In Feb. 2016, Bagans had the home demolished.
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