(BIN) -- A news crew from a local news station in central Pennsylvania had an interview to remember. They went on assignment to a home in Hanover, York County. When the cameras began rolling, FOX43’s photojournalist, Nick Petrillo, felt his hand burning and saw a scratch on his wrist. Simpson put Holy water on him. These are the classical signs of hauntings. It seems reminiscent of the “Amityville Horror” or “Poltergeist”.
“Because you’re telling the story,” she says. “Because you’re putting it out there, because they don’t want– that is there, I’m just telling you, right now that is their way of a warning.
This home however, is different from others on the block. The homeowner DeAnna Simpson says her house is very haunted, with multiple ghosts and other entities. Over the seven years her and her family has lived at the residence they found it haunted. Simpson has many ghostly photos, including some from something that scratches people who come inside. She also has audio recordings of voices, children laughing, and dogs barking that were not in the house.
I have some (ghosts) here that are protecting me, some women here that are protecting me, but the majority are bad, dark forces, inhuman, demonic, Simpson said.
Simpson says one of the entities in the house is a demon. It appears in photo’s as a 7-foot-tall shadow person. While the news team was there, Simpson recorded orbs on her cell phone camera and it caught a clip of a shadowy hand reaching out.
Simpson has invited priests, paranormal researchers and mediums into the home.
The house will be on “The Dead Files” on the Travel Channel on Saturday. She says the crew turned up evidence of grisly deaths that took place there.
Hard to say if all this was staged as Ms. Simpsons story is being aired shortly on a popular paranormal TV show. This could just be a publicity stunt to boost ratings for her appearance on the “Dead Files”. Some of her evidence is compelling, more research is needed to have a valid opinion.