Ghost Hunter Claims 100% Proof of Paranormal Activity at Amityville Horror House of PA
On Saturday Feb. 15th, the LiveSciFi extreme ghost hunters will be streaming live their investigation of the haunted “Welles House” of Wilkes Barre, PA. While staying inside the haunted house for 48 hours straight, they will be streaming the paranormal investigation live worldwide via YouTube.
Feb. 10, 2014
Known as Pennsylvania’s own Amityville horror house, 46 South Welles Street was widely reported in the 70′s as being a more dangerous haunting than Amityville. After living in the house for a month in 2013 and being face to face with extreme paranormal and demonic activity, Tim Wood [LiveSciFi creator and lead ghost hunter] decided to buy it last December. This weekend, he and his team will be back at the haunted house practicing their unique brand of live ghost hunting and streaming it online for all to see. While performing his extreme paranormal investigation techniques, Wood will be cataloging any new conclusive evidence or sightings that occur in order to be featured alongside the proof of paranormal activity he encountered during his previous stay. The paranormal evidence will be featured in an upcoming documentary about the Welles House and its history of true evil.
Welles House timeline as reported by the Times Leader and Citizens Voice -
Info about the haunted house on Welles St.
-1976 Bennett Family Moves into house – would later be forced to leave with only their clothes on their backs, in 1978.
-Unexplained bangs, and scurrying noises from one end of the house to the other.
-Unexplained illnesses and depression.
-Nightly visits from a well-dressed phantom man and the appearance of a ghost of a young girl who walks through doors.
-Shrieks, moans, and crying that seemed to be coming from the attic and within the house’s walls.
-Bloody spots appearing on walls and floors in the living room.
-A daughter being pushed down the stairs only to mysteriously float to the bottom of the landing on her feet unhurt.
-Unexplained scratches, in groups of threes, would appear on the residents’ bodies.
-Sounds of boots tramping up and down the floors and in the walls of the house when there was no one on the stairs.
-The discovery of little tin box behind one of the chimney bricks in the basement, which contained human molars wrapped with chicken bones placed in the shape of a cross.
The LiveSciFi ghost hunting team are known for conducting more extreme investigations than your average cable TV show. Their show has streamed on Yahoo!, YouTube, UStream, and Justin.tv, were they routinely smash online records for views and minutes-watched-per-viewer.