An Indiana woman whose house has been described as a “portal to hell,” infested with demons that possessed and tormented her and her three children, spoke out with new information about the alleged events.
Opposing Views reported Tuesday that Latoya Ammons says weird things have been happening ever since she and her family moved to the Gary, Ind., home in November 2011.
She has allegedly seen her daughter float off a bed, her 9-year-old son walk up a wall and do a backwards flip that even doctors, social workers, psychiatrists, priests, police officers and nurses, who have all confirmed the story, were frightened to see.
The property has now been bought by a travel channel host who wants to further investigate claims of demonic possession.
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Ammons spoke exclusively with Inside Edition’s Diane McInerney about her purported ordeal.
“Me and my mother and my children, we almost lost our lives,” Ammons told Inside Edition. “It was horrible.”
When asked what a demon sounds like, Ammons said its voice was “like a man” and “like something dead.”
She understood the true severity of the situation while living in the home.
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“I know it was infested with demons. I know that for a fact,” she said. “I spoke to a good friend of mine, he was clairvoyant. He's in New York. He explained to me what was going on in the house.”
Based on police investigation and her description of past events, Ammons’ clairvoyant friend was right when he told her that the house was filled with demons and that things would only get worse.
“He told me the house was infested with demons and to get my children out of the house,” she said. “And if I knew what I was up against, I would run and drop everything.”
Ammons and her family have since moved away from the home. When asked if the story was as hoax, she said it is not fabricated.
“No. I don’t believe that someone would have a reason to make up a story like this,” she said. “We almost lost our lives.”
The mother of three said she is shocked by the reaction nationwide. She figured it would get much attention from her hometown, but never thought it would go viral.
But after going on social media sites and reading all the negativity and scrutiny, Ammons has grown sick of it.
"They can say whatever they want to say," she said, according to USA Today. "I'm fed up with the backlash."
Father Michael Maginot has gone on a number of interviews, including with “The O’Reilly Factor.” Maginot, the priest who conducted four exorcisms on Ammons and investigated the house, said he was surprised that “it would stir that much interest.”
Just days after The Indianapolis Star broke the story, Zak Bagans, host of “Ghost Adventures,” decided to buy the home for $35,000. He intends to document the experience of living there.
“If it’s true this home is a portal to hell, then I want to go there and see what happens,” Bagans told TMZ.