TV News Crew Claims They Were Assaulted in Haunted House (Video)


A TV news crew recently reported on a haunted house in York County, Pa., where they were assaulted by unknown forces.

During the Fox 43 TV report (video below), cameraman Nick Petrillo felt his hand burning. The home's owner DeAnna Simpson asked him if he had been "scratched," which Petrillo confirmed.

Simpson then treated Petrillo's scratch with Holy water.

“You know why? Because you’re telling the story,” claimed Simpson. “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."

During the report, journalist Katie Kyros claimed that she was "touched" and "pinched" in the house.

Simpson then showed the news crew a home video of a door mysteriously shutting after she asked the ghost to close it.

Simpson said she and her husband have lived in the haunted house for seven years, but don't want to move because of their financial investment.

“We put everything into this house,” added Simpson. “And we do want to move, but we would have to list it at such a price where we could recoup what we put in.”

“Five plus,” Simpson counted the ghosts. “I have some here that are protecting me, some women here that are protecting me, but the majority are bad, dark forces, inhuman.”

According to, the haunted house recently appeared on “The Dead Files” on the Travel Channel. The episode is already online (video below).

Sources: Fox 43 and


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