In Gary, Indiana, a little boy walked backward up a wall and ceiling in the presence of his mother, grandmother, a nurse, and CPS worker. "There's no way he could've done that," said the nurse to the Indianapolis Star. The actions are attributed to a demon possession due to a spirit that had been inhabiting the home of 32-year-old Latoya Ammons.
The haunting and wall-walking incident was actually reported in Spring 2012, but new audio has since been released by the Gary Police Department. According to The Daily Mail, Charles Austin, Gary police captain, was so affected by his visit to the home that he now claims the Ammons' basement is a "portal to hell."
Austin thought the family was seeking money in some sort of made up money scheme, but he was quickly proved wrong. "Everyone 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. That bit of dirt is a portal to hell."
The Indianapolis Star reported that this "portal" has been the gateway to other dark events taking place in the house such as Ammons' 12-year-old daughter levitating in the home as well as all three of Ammons' children exhibiting sinister signs such as "evil" smiles and speaking in unusually deep voices. Yet the series of unfortunate events gets even stranger.
Campbell stated "I heard dogs barking, it sounded like there were dogs barking in here." The family didn't own any pets. And upon investigation she said she saw, "a shadow of somebody moving."
Rose Campbell, Ammons' mother, recalled a time she was along cleaning the basement and she "started coughing and [ch]oking so bad...I was praying the whole time and they don't like for us to pray. They don't like that at all. Something down there was choking me to death, I don't know what it is."
A different time in the basement with her daughter, Latoya, and godson, Rose said her godson "felt like something was stabbing him in the stomach. The more he was reading the Bible, the more it was stabbing, punching...they saw something flying across the room and land 'blam' like that."
Latoya also claims the she and her three children--one girl, 12, and two boys, 9 and 7 years old--have all been physically attacked in some way and or suffered physical ailments. Latoya has also told of strange forms of house flies that replenish themselves after eradicating them--in the dead of Winter--as well as the "usual" symptoms that one would expect in a horror movie like flickering lights, phone issues, and scrambling of television signals.
The Daily Mail also tells us that a voice clearly whispered "Hey" during a tour of the "portal" although neither of the officers heard anything at the time. Ausin also said he heard a voice afterwards on his police car's AM/FM radio say clearly through the static: "You outta here!" "I'm thinking something is seriously wrong here," he said to the Daily Mail.
In 2012, Ammons was investigated and examined by a psychiatrist who was searching for possibilities of mentally illness or child abuse, yet the results concluded that she was not, in fact, mentally ill.
A case manager assigned to the family interviewed them and also witnessed several of these occurrences. The case manager, Valerie Washington, witnessed the younger boy "growling before his eyes rolled back in his head."
For reinforcements, a slew of Christian and secular rituals were enacted. The basement floor was strewn with salt, thought by ancients such as the Druids, to keep evil spirits away. An open Bible sits on a solitary table next to a candle. Ammons' mother, Rose Campbell, gave conducted the tour of the basement and declares that it is the hub of the demonic activity in the house.
Both a Catholic priest, Father Michael Maginot, and clairvoyants were called upon to help fix the situation and after they clairvoyants declared that there were over 200 demons present in the house, Father Maginot began to work his magic.
The priest is said to have performed three exorcisms altogether--two in English, and one in Latin--all on Latoya Ammons. They were performed at his church, St. Stephen Martyr, located in Merriville, IN.
The family has since moved out and the new family denies that any supernatural activity has taken place in the house.
Read the full story at The Daily Mail.