So far, this case has been well-documented with records from local police and Department of Child Services, psychological evaluations, and priest intervention. After reading one article from USA Today, I find it compelling that a DCS report details one of the children being "lifted and thrown into the wall with nobody touching him." Despite this many written records from seemingly credible sources, there are still some loose ends.
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I don't know if you've heard of a little Travel Channel show called Ghost Adventures, but ghost-bro Zak Bagans has actually purchased the Ammons' home for his latest publicity stunt. That means that very soon, we're likely to see his spray tanned face plastered on television. I can already predict how it will go: the majority of the show will be an interview and related "research." When the investigation actually begins, Bagans will yell insults and provocations. When he hears a knock, he will most likely have a freak-out. After events transpire, Bagans will be momentarily "possessed." When he pulls himself back together and the investigation ends, he will recount the event, deciding that the house is indeed the portal to Hell. Mark my words.
By the way, I'm not saying there definitely isn't something strange going on at the Ammons' house. I am saying that it's highly unlikely considering my aforementioned reservations.
If anyone's interested in checking out this case, I will link to the USA Today article and the report of Bagan's purchase of the home in question:
USA Today Article
Zak Bagan's Purchase