My REAL Haunted House, REAL LIFE Paranormal Activity

My REAL Haunted House, REAL LIFE Paranormal Activity

This is my haunted house house, the Welles House in PA. Real LIFE Paranormal Activity occurs in the house all the time. During this show evidence of the paranormal and show why it is one of the most real haunted houses in America.

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The Welles House, is a real haunted house located in Pennsylvania. f any house is believed to be dangerous in itself it is the house on 46 South Welles Street. Locals in the area constantly refer to the house as Pennsylvania's very own Amityville Horror, but why?

The House built on 46 South Welles Street, in Wilkes Barre PA was erected sometime around 1860 by Augustus C. Laning. Augustus Laning (1808-1875) was on the first industrialists tolanning shocking death welles come to Wilkes-Barre until he sold his company in 1869. Soon after the home was built, there seemed to be a number of odd deaths that occurred both on Welles Street and to the Laning's fortunes. Laning's factories burned to the ground in 1850, and he lost his nephew in a terrible death on welles street lighting accident in which he died in a fire. There are even reports of man during the mid 1800′s who suddenly dropped dead in front of the house for no apparent reason.

The house through late 19th century to the mid 20th century was primarily used as a rental house, however this did not mean that its owners did not encounter any hardships. The house during these times went through 3 sheriff sales, and had 2 confirmed suicides and 4 deaths on its premises. Even though the house was mostly used as a rental since it was built most of tenants reside in the house for long. Over its 160 year history it is believed that house changed over 50 or so time. Is it that the house develop a "demonic" personality or has it always been there. It seems quite apparent that its past inhabitants have noticed its destructive effects, which include; many forms of psychiatric illnesses, unknown physical illnesses, alcoholism and persistent chain smoking on the property.

There were two families that reportedly experienced demonic paranormal activity at the Welles House during the 1970′s. The two families that documented their experiences through the press were the "Johnson's" and the Bennett's. The paranormal claims that were documented in the news papers included:
•Unexplained bangs, and scurrying noises from end of the house to the other
•Unexplained illnesses, and depression
•Nightly visits from a well-dressed phantom man who appeared before their eyes and seeing a ghost of a young girl walk through doors
•Shrieks, moans, and unexplainable crying apparently 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 be mysteriously floating to the bottom of the landing on her feet unhurt
•Unexplained scratches in groups of three's would appear on the residents bodies
•Sounds of boots tramping up and down walls and floors of the house with no one present
•The discovery of little tin box behind one of the chimney chimney bricks in the basement, which contained human molars wrapped with chicken bones in the shape of a cross
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