The Ghostly Screams Of Slaughter House Canyon

Though America’s deserts are vast, empty expanses, they are filled with a brutal and bloody history that has stained not only the earth but the communities surrounded by the strange and mysterious. One such event to this day still draws the attention of those seeking adventure and the thrill of the unknown. That place, is Slaughter House Canyon, Arizona.

In the early 1800’s while the great American gold rush was taking place to the west, many families uprooted themselves in search of riches beyond their possible imaginations only to find sand a frustration. Also known as Luana’s Canyon, just southeast of Kingman county, the place in question is named after the woman who killed her children as she and what was left of her family nearly starved to death in their small wooden shack.

As I am sure many of our readers and listeners probably already know how the story goes, this could be a fun story to tell your own children by the campfire to spook them a little before bedtime. It was said that one day Luana’s husband, whom provided the food and worked for the family had gone out hunting as he always had but this time he had not returned when he was expected to be back. It wasn’t long after that hunger and insanity began to set in as Luana’s screams along with her children’s could be heard coming from within the shack. One day, Luana could no longer watch as her children suffered and out of an act of cruel mercy, ended their lives and tossed their body parts into a near by river.

What makes this story even stranger is that while she committed this atrocious act, Luana wore her wedding dress, staining its pure white fabric red with the blood of her own children. Luana, sitting by the riverbank where she had dumped her child screamed and screamed until she herself had succumbed to starvation. Though not much more information is available, there are some circles who believe that this story is the combination of other dreadful tales, such as the “ Lady in white” and other happenings of the time.

Even more interesting, It has been said that travels in search of the truth have gone to visited the supposed shack in Slaughter House Canyons and have reported hearing Luana’s and her children’s harrowing screams echoing throughout the valley.

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Indrid Cold | The Smiling Man

Things always seem mysterious on chilly fall nights in the country. For Woodrow Derenberger, his mysterious encounter with an almost human grinning man on the backroads of West Virginia one November night would affect him and his family for almost a quarter of a century. In 1966, Woodrow Derenberger was a sewing machine salesman living… Continue Reading →

The True Story Behind The Legendary Mothman Said To Terrorize West Virginia

As legend has it, the flying Mothman mortified countless Point Pleasant residents in the late 1960s. And when a bridge collapsed, the creature was blamed for the deaths of 46 people. On November 12, 1966, in Clendenin, West Virginia, a group of gravediggers working in a cemetery spotted something strange. They glanced up from their… Continue Reading →

The Secret Of Skinwalker Ranch

Some have called it a supernatural place. Others have deemed it “cursed.” Terry Sherman got so spooked by the happenings on his new cattle ranch that 18 months after moving his family of four to the property now known by many as “Skinwalker Ranch” in northeastern Utah, he sold the 512-acre parcel away. He and… Continue Reading →

Houska Castle – A Gateway To Hell

Houska Castle is an early gothic castle, located on the slopes of mount Zámecký vrch that overlooks the village of Houska in the Česká Lípa district of the Czech Republic.

The castle was first built around the mid-13th century, with some historians attributing the construction to Přemysl Ottokar II of Bohemia, also called the “Iron” and “Golden King” of the Přemyslid dynasty, to administer his royal estates in the region before the founding of nearby Bezděz Castle.

Other written sources credit the construction to Hynek Berka of Dubá, as the castle is first mentioned in AD 1316 as the property of Hynek of Dubá (a son by the same name), who was later called Hynek Berka of Houska. The castle then passed hands to the Smiřič family of Smiřice, and then the Hrzánová family of Harasov.

With the development of artillery and cannon, the castle fortifications were strengthened with an outer wall, and the interior remodelled into a Renaissance chateau by Hrzány z Harasova between 1584-1590.

The most notable features of the castle’s interior include a polygonal closed rectangular chapel with preserved murals from the early 14th century, as well as the so-called green room, which is vaulted with a Gothic cross rib vault and decorated with Renaissance murals from around 1520.

After the Thirty Years’ War (fought between 1618 and 1648), the Habsburgs ordered the slighting of various castles and fortifications across the region, including Houska Castle. The outer walls of the castle and a gothic tower were demolished, with the building rubble used to fill the castle moat.

In the 18th century, the castle stopped serving as a noble residence and fell into a state of disrepair, until Vincenc Karel Kounic had it renovated in the Renaissance style in 1823.

With the outbreak of WW2, Houska Castle was confiscated by the German army and the regional staff of the SS, to be used as a repository for housing archives and documents (mainly Jewish and Masonic books from Europe) of the Reich Main Security Office, an organisation subordinate to Heinrich Himmler in his dual capacity as Chef der Deutschen Polizei (Chief of German Police) and Reichsführer-SS, the head of the Nazi Party’s Schutzstaffel (SS).

The Gateway To Hell

Another side to the history of Houska Castle revolves around folklore and the occult. According to legend, the castle was situated on a chasm or bottomless pit to stand guard over a gateway to hell where animal-human hybrids, and dark-winged creators crawled out from.

Unconfirmed accounts have sensationalised the myth of the supposed pit, where various modern sources claim that during the castle’s construction, prisoners sentenced to death were offered a pardon if they consented to be lowered into the chasm. Legend suggests that the first prisoner to be lowered was heard screaming, upon being hoisted back up appeared to look as though he aged 30 years, grown wrinkles and his hair had turned white from fear.

Other legends revolve around an alleged sorcerer searching for immortality who now haunts the castle, and a figure in a black monk’s hood with no face who appears in and around the vicinity of the castle.

Some sources even claim that the castle was used by the SS for occult practices and experimentation during WW2, although there’s no surviving documentary evidence to corroborate.

This video goes into those supernatural legends surrounding Houska castle

The Mystery Of The Lost Cosmonauts

In 1961, Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first man in space. However, some conspiracy theorists speculate that the Soviets reached the cosmos on an earlier mission but covered it up because they lost cosmonauts. Luckily for everyone who didn’t want to see the human race destroyed in an ocean of nuclear fire, the Cold War… Continue Reading →

The Mystery Of The 1942 Battle Of Los Angeles

On the evening of February 24, 1942, an anti-aircraft barrage of more than 1,440 rounds is launched at what is initially thought to be a Japanese aerial attack on the City of Angels. Five civilians die – three from traffic accidents spawned by the chaos and two from heart attacks. What, if anything, is being… Continue Reading →

The Mystery Of The Dyatlov Pass Incident

In January of 1959, ten hikers, all but one students at the Urals Polytechnic Institute in Sverdlovsk, began a hike into the Ural Mountains. They were led by Igor Dyatlov. All ten were experienced hikers. They planned a three week trip with a return planned for February 12th. One hiker, Yuri Yudin, left early in the trip, on January 28th, due to a flare up of sciatica. He had made it to the final leg of the trip getting out to the Ural mountains by sled, but had to ride back on the sled to return home. By this time, he’d already taken two train rides, a bus ride, and then the sled ride with the other hikers to get to the place where they would begin their treacherous journey through the mountains in the winter. He was disappointed to leave, but this decision would ultimately save his life.

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The Legend Of The Sallie House (The Heartland Ghost)

The Sallie House is a small, two-story brick house on the bluffs of the Missouri River, widely considered to be one of the most haunted houses in the United States. Reportedly the house is haunted by a demonic spirit which disguises itself as a young girl called Sallie.

The Legend Of Centralia, Pennsylvania – The Ghost Town That Inspired Silent Hill

Centralia has had a hold on people’s imagination for years, especially those interested in the odd and spooky. The town, located in Columbia County, had a population of over 2,000 residents at one time until an underground mine fire in the 1960s forced the town’s residents to evacuate decades later. By 2017 only five people lived in the area.

For those who don’t know of Centralia’s history, this video gives the in-depth full story of what happened. As well as several ghost stories surrounding the town.

But for those of you who prefer to read. This is a brief overview of what happened.

Centralia was incorporated as a borough in 1866. The anthracite coal industry was the principal employer in the community. Coal mining continued in Centralia until the 1960s, when most of the companies went out of business. Bootleg mining continued until 1982. Strip and open-pit mining is still active in the area, and there is an underground mine employing about 40 people three miles to the west.

The borough was served by two railroads, the Philadelphia and Reading and the Lehigh Valley, with the Lehigh Valley being the principal carrier. Rail service ended in 1966. The borough operated its own school district with elementary schools and a high school within its precincts. There were also two Catholic parochial schools in the borough. The borough once had seven churches, five hotels, twenty-seven saloons, two theatres, a bank, a post office, and 14 general and grocery stores. During most of the borough’s history, when coal mining activity was being conducted, the town had a population in excess of 2,000 residents. Another 500 to 600 residents lived in areas immediately adjacent to Centralia.

It is not known for certain how the fire that made Centralia essentially uninhabitable was ignited. One theory asserts that in May 1962, the Centralia Borough Council hired five members of the volunteer fire company to clean up the town landfill, located in an abandoned strip-mine pit next to the Odd Fellows Cemetery. This had been done prior to Memorial Day in previous years, when the landfill was in a different location. The firefighters, as they had in the past, set the dump on fire and let it burn for a time. Unlike in previous years, however, the fire was not extinguished correctly.

Residents soon began complaining of fowl odors and seeing smoke rising from the ground beneath their feet. It was apparent at this time that the fire had made it’s way to the coal seam that was located underneath the town.

After multiple failed attempts to extinguish the blaze. The call was made to evacuate the citizens as the town was now lost.

The local government eventually evoked eminent domain and despite several citizens, 5 as of 2017, refusing to leave their homes. Centralia effectively ceased to exist. It now only remains on few printed maps and isn’t easily found. The fire continues to burn until this day. And it’s these spooky attributes that the popular video game franchise “Silent Hill” seems to take a lot of inspiration from. Couple the backstory with reports of people seeing apparitions within the toxic fog and you have a recipe for a true nightmare experience.

As for now, Centralia, for those who can find it. Serves as a popular tourist destination. But be warned, it is not safe to visit!

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The Ghostly Screams Of Slaughter House Canyon

Though America’s deserts are vast, empty expanses, they are filled with a brutal and bloody history that has stained not only the earth but the communities surrounded by the strange and mysterious. One such event to this day still draws the attention of those seeking adventure and the thrill of the unknown. That place, is Slaughter House Canyon, Arizona.

Houska Castle – A Gateway To Hell

The mere mention of its name conjures images of fire, demons, torture, and the devil himself. But does the underworld really exist? Or is it simply myth and superstition? There is a castle in the forests of the Czech Republic where is it said that a portal to hell itself lies beneath its foundations. Join us as we discuss the spine-chilling mystery of Houska Castle, here on Mystery Archives.

Blue Stray Dogs Found Roaming Near Abandoned Chemical Plant In Russia

Photographs of a stray pack of bright blue dogs on a snowy road in Russia have gone viral online over the last couple days.

The photos of the dogs seem to show the pack all with varying degrees of the cobalt tinge to their coats.

The pictures were taken in the city of Dzershinsk, about 230 miles east of Moscow and posted to the Russian social media site vk.com, according to The Moscow Times.

While some of the dogs are a dark-colored blue, others are less pigmented.

It is thought the dogs could have picked up the distinctive coloring after being exposed to chemicals at a nearby abandoned factory, according to reports.

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What Really Happened In Helltown, Ohio

This video talks about the various legends that have made Helltown, Ohio (OH) infamous for decades. From ghostly apparitions to spooky cults, and even Satan himself. We go in depth on this supposed gate of hell of this episode of Mystery Archives. Discover what truly happened in Helltown as well as the history and various… Continue Reading →

What Really Happened In Helltown, Ohio

This video talks about the various legends that have made Helltown, Ohio (OH) infamous for decades. From ghostly apparitions to spooky cults, and even Satan himself. We go in depth on this supposed gate of hell of this episode of Mystery Archives. Discover what truly happened in Helltown as well as the history and various urban legends associated with this interesting ghost town.

Was The Interstellar Object Known As “Oumuamua” An Extraterrestrial Ship? One Harvard Scientist Thinks So

In November 2017, an object passed by our planet that was unlike anything astronomers had ever seen. Spotted by a telescope in Hawaii, this strange thing was dubbed ‘Oumuamua. It moved too fast for it to have come from our solar system, its orbit was unusual, and it didn’t have any of the traditional markings of an asteroid or comet. All this led Dr. Avi Loeb to hypothesize that ‘Oumuamua was artificially made, perhaps a piece of technology or some debris from a faraway alien civilization. Before you discount Loeb, you should know that he isn’t the average UFO-spotting kook you might see on a rerun of Unsolved Mysteries. He’s an astrophysicist who has been teaching astronomy at Harvard since 1993, and chaired its astronomy department for nine years. In his new book, Extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth, which comes out on January 26, Loeb makes a persuasive scientific argument about ‘Oumuamua’s otherworldly origins, and delves into why his peers have been so hostile to the idea of life outside of Earth.

“Overall, about a quarter of our galaxy’s 200 billion stars are orbited by planets that are habitable the way Earth is, with surface conditions that allow liquid water and the chemistry of life as we know it,” he writes. “Given so many worlds … with similar life-friendly conditions, it’s very likely that intelligent organisms have evolved elsewhere.” The opposition to even the mere concept of extraterrestrial life, Loeb contends, “boils down to conservatism, which many scientists adopt in order to minimize the number of mistakes they make during their careers.”

The object was discovered by the Pan-STARRS [Panoramic Survey Telescope and Rapid Response System] telescope in Hawaii and was given the name ‘Oumuamua, which means a scout or a messenger from far away in the Hawaiian language. It was the very first object spotted near the earth that came from outside our solar system. It moved too fast to be bound to the sun. It was clearly coming from interstellar space. When this object was analyzed, it looked like there was an extra push on it, in addition to the force of gravity from the sun. Usually with comets, you get this extra push from the cometary tail, the rocket effect. When gases evaporate, and go in one direction, they push the object in the opposite direction, just like a jet plane. The only problem is this extra push was not accompanied by a cometary tail. So what gave it this push remains a mystery.

In September 2020, there was another object that exhibited an extra push without the cometary tail. It was found that the object is actually a rocket booster from a launch of a lunar lander in 1966. Here is an object that we can identify as artificially made, that we produced it, and it behaves in a similar way to ‘Oumuamua.

Oumuamua was tumbling and spinning, and the brightness varied by a factor of ten as it was tumbling every eight hours. That means that it has an extreme geometry that is at least ten times longer than it is wide, because as it’s spinning around, you’re seeing the area that reflects sunlight changing by a factor of ten. The best fit for the light curve we saw was a flat object, pancake-like.

These are the facts: A pancake-like object the size of a football field seems to be pushed by a force that is not related to a cometary tail. So we suggested that it’s a light sail, like the sail on a boat that is being pushed by wind. It is a very thin surface that is pushed by reflecting sunlight. We are actually developing light-sail technology for space exploration because it offers the advantage of not needing to carry fuel with the spacecraft. It’s just being pushed by light.

So it seems that ‘Oumuamua is shaped like a disc, which is the stereotypical shape that we associate with UFOs. Is that a coincidence?
It could be a coincidence. It could be just the surface layer of a spaceship or something else that was torn apart. It could be something like a sort of space junk. It’s just like walking on the beach. Most of the time you see rocks or seashells, but every now and then you see a plastic bottle that is artificially made. This could be junk like that. Even if it’s not functional, the significance of ‘Oumuamua is that it implies, perhaps, that we are not alone, that it was not naturally produced, that it was produced by a technological civilization.

It’s a very different type of evidence than in the past. We searched for radio signals. This is very different. It’s like a message in a bottle, a physical object that we trace that is artificially produced. The moral of the story is that even though we didn’t get enough evidence on this object to get an image of it, or be sure that it’s artificial, it is sufficiently intriguing. We should continue to search the sky for similar objects.

The Mystery Of The Chronovisor

With our short but extraordinary existence on this planet so far. Humanity has experienced and written an incredible history. We have cataloged these events to the best of our knowledge and do all that we can to learn about past events and actions. But that can be fairly difficult to do given limited information and… Continue Reading →

The Mystery Of The Tesla Death Ray

Imagine a beam of energy that could bring down planes from miles away using nothing but electricity. How about an invisible wall that could protect a country from invasion? That the moment enemy soldiers cross the barrier, they’re vaporized instantly. Sounds like something most militaries would love to get their hands on, doesn’t it? It… Continue Reading →

The Mystery Of The Chronovisor

With our short but extraordinary existence on this planet so far. Humanity has experienced and written an incredible history.

We have cataloged these events to the best of our knowledge and do all that we can to learn about past events and actions. But that can be fairly difficult to do given limited information and details. But what if there was a device that allowed you to look into the past and to photograph and witness the events as if you were the director of what was taking place. This is the story of one such device that’s been rumored to exist that can do just that. So join us here on Mystery Archives as we dive into the strange but interesting story of the Chronovisor.

A Portal To Hell? Bobby Mackey’s Music World

If we really get down to it I think we all need to come to the realization that we have no idea what criteria is necessary to produce haunting. From cemeteries to the everyday private homes strange paranormal happenings seem to pick and choose their place of operation at random, but be it random or not… Continue Reading →

The Mystery Of The Tesla Death Ray

Imagine a beam of energy that could bring down planes from miles away using nothing but electricity. How about an invisible wall that could protect a country from invasion? That the moment enemy soldiers cross the barrier, they’re vaporized instantly. Sounds like something most militaries would love to get their hands on, doesn’t it? It also sounds like something straight out of a movie or videogame.

But the concept of a death ray isn’t just the stuff of science fiction. It may have actually been invented.

Nikola Tesla, one of the most brilliant minds the world has ever seen was born in what is now Croatia in 1856 where he received an education in engineering before immigrating to the United States. There he got a job working for Thomas Edison before breaking out on his own venture as an inventor.

Many of Tesla’s inventions in this period were revolutionary. And while he primarily focused on improving systems for generating electric power and transmitting electric currents. He additionally made innovations in the field of radio technology.

Tesla’s biggest dream was to find a way to beam limitless power directly through the air. And over the course of his life, he managed to develop a number of devices that could transmit electric energy wirelessly. But sadly, a lack of funding limited his research.

However, in 1934 Tesla claimed that his research had resulted in an incredible new discovery. A device that could kill from miles away using electricity.

He called this invention the Teleforce. And according to him, the weapon worked by focusing electric currents along a narrow path which created a ray of electricity that could in theory, shoot a plane out of the sky.

But despite the supposed death ray he had created. Tesla actually was very anti-war. And hoped by gaining funding by selling a weapon, that he could then use the very same technology to create force fields, that when activated would prevent armies from invading countries and end war altogether.

But Tesla’s high-minded dreams were limited by a serious problem, no one was interested in funding the project.
He approached the governments of the United States and the Soviet Union among others. But none offered any money for it.
And of course, it’s hard to build a massive death ray without some cash, which Tesla was now chronically short of.

But one night in 1937, at a meeting at the Yugoslavian Embassy, Tesla told the room that not only was his invention possible but he had already built one. In fact, he would be unveiling it to the world in a matter of months.

Unfortunately later that same year the inventor was struck by a car while crossing the street in New York City and never truly recovered. He passed away shortly after, nearly penniless in the New Yorker hotel where he had been living in 1943.

Tragically or rather fortunately depending on how you look at the situation it seems like if the inventor had made such a weapon, that it never saw the light of day.

Or so it would seem..

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Missing Persons Cases In America’s National Parks

Nature can be a cruel mistress. Beneath its beauty lies an underbelly of primal fear for some of those who dare venture too deep. Since the beginning of humankind, we have endeavored to explore the realms of our wilderness, but in the process, many have failed to return. In recent history, a bizarre phenomenon has been growing. This is the perplexing mystery of the many hundreds of thousands of Missing 411 cases.

A Portal To Hell? Bobby Mackey’s Music World

If we really get down to it I think we all need to come to the realization that we have no idea what criteria is necessary to produce haunting. From cemeteries to the everyday private homes strange paranormal happenings seem to pick and choose their place of operation at random, but be it random or not there seem to be specific criteria that for whatever reason tickle ghosts fancies. Murder, incarceration, torture, illness, and suicide are just a few examples on the uplifting laundry list of events that seems to encourage paranormal activity. As we mentioned, many haunted locations will have an associated to one of these unsettling stories, but when a location’s history is able to check a few of these off the list does the chance of a paranormal encounter increase? In the case of Bobby Mackey’s Music World, the experiences described and stories told may give that theory some credit.

If we are going to start from the beginning, the land located in Wilder Kentucky housing Bobby Mackey’s is said to have originally supported a slaughterhouse in the early 19th century. After the demolition of the slaughterhouse, the land became home to a roadhouse that took on various names, such as The Brisbane, until the country music singer, Bobby Mackey, purchased the location in 1978 thus birthing Bobby Mackey’s Music World. Bobby Mackey’s has been a host for country music musicians and bands for decades, but it is not until recently that the popular music venue has joined the list of most haunted locations in the United States. Although stories of paranormal activity have always been associated with the music venue, it was a visit from everyone’s favorite ghost hunter Zac Bagans and the Ghost Adventure crew that shed light on the locations many paranormal happenings and tragic history.

One story associated with the location is the tragic murder of Pearl Bryan. Originally from Indiana, the pregnant Pearl Bryan traveled to Fort Thomas Kentucky in 1896. While some believe Pearl was traveling to Kentucky to find and marry the father of her unborn child, most people say Pearl was meeting with her boyfriend Scott Jackson and his roommate Alonzo Waller to perform an abortion. As the story goes, Pearl’s abortion, which included the use of dental tools and poisonous substances, was a botch. Seeing no way out of their situation, Jackson and Waller murdered Pearl by severing her head below the fifth vertebra. Bryan’s headless body was found by a man named John Hewing launching an investigation of her death. Being such a particularly gruesome murder, the case became a bit of a sensation amongst the American people. Jackson and Waller were soon arrested and convicted of Pearl’s murder. The two were hanged behind the Newport Campbell County Courthouse on York Street. Scott Jackson and Alonzo Waller were the last people to be hanged in the city of Newport, and the gallows were torn down following their execution. Although Pearl’s body was located in a field 4 miles from Bobby Mackey’s her ghost is said to haunt the music venue. Paranormal experiences such as hearing Pearl’s voice to seeing her apparition have been claimed by visiting paranormal investigators.

Another more intimate tragedy took place inside of the actual building now called Bobby Mackey’s Music world. In the 1950’s the building was reopened as a nightclub called the Latin Quarter. Being known for their dance shows, music, and illegal gambling the Latin Quarter was a happening place to be in 1950’s Kentucky. The tragic story of the Latin Quarter surrounds the nightclub owner’s daughter Johanna. As the story goes, Johanna fell in love with one of the singers performing at the club. Johanna became pregnant which infuriated her father. Being allegedly connected to criminal activity, Johanna’s father had the singer killed leaving her devastated. Johanna’s grief led her to take her own life being five months pregnant. Her body was found in the basement of the establishment.

A poem, still preserved at Bobby Mackey’s, allegedly written by Johanna before her suicide reads…

My love is deep as the sea, that flows forever you are me where will it end, I tell you never.

My love is as bright as the sun, that shines forever, you ask me when will it end, it tells you never.

The world may disappear, like a castle of sand, but I will be waiting here, with my heart in my hand.

My love, I love you so much, now and forever, you ask me when will it end, I tell you never.

Similar to Pearl, tales of Johanna’s ghost has intertwined itself within the history of the infamous location. Although stories surrounding Bobby Mackey’s Music World seem to keep stacking up, I could not help but dig a little deeper into the folklore. 

There are many people who have disputed that the stories surrounding the Honky Tonk are nothing but misconstrued stories of the past. Investigations have failed to find public records of any such events, and research into property records, newspapers, and court files have failed to substantiate some of the claims made regarding the history of the location. A science writer and speaker known for her research into interactions between science and the public, with a large majority of her research dealing with topics of the paranormal, pseudoscience, and anomalous natural phenomena, Sharon A Hill is quoted as saying “The current circulated legend has obviously enhanced and accrued additional details in the retelling over some 30 plus years.” It seems that the more I dig, the more doubt surrounds even the most popular of haunted locations. I guess the only way to know the truth behind these paranormal happenings is to experience them yourselves. If you happen to be traveling through Kentucky and are looking substantiate these stories you should stop by and spend some time at the infamous nightclub.

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The Case Of The Werewolf

During an exorcism in Connecticut with the attendance of Ed & Lorraine Warren. Bill Ramsey begins to physically change into a werewolf..

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