Howard related because Sal thinks this has happened to him, and because its got Booey in the thread title There are actually two stories i only copied and pasted the first, it seems nuts but the police chief is buying into it?...the second link has some audio... http://www.theblaze.com/stories/201...details-are-almost-too-horrifying-to-believe/ http://www.theblaze.com/stories/201...red-inside-a-reportedly-demon-possessed-home/ A terrified mother claims she watched in horror as her demon-possessed 9-year-old son walked backwards up a wall and ceiling. Her claims would be easy to dismiss if a child services case worker and a nurse werenâ€™t reportedly there to witness it all. (Screengrab via Daily Mail) Latoya Ammons claims all three of her children showed signs of being possessed, including â€œevilâ€ smiles and strangely deep voices, the Indianapolis Star reports. The mother says she also witnessed her 12-year-old daughter levitating in their Gary, Ind., home. Strangely enough, the scary-sounding incident is outlined in official documents. Further, Gary police Capt. Charles Austin told the Star that he is a â€œbelieverâ€ after making several visits to the home and interviewing witnesses. He first thought the family was making stories up as part of a get-rich-quick scheme. Ammonsâ€™ home was â€œexorcizedâ€ by a catholic priest in a number of ceremonies that were reportedly authorized by the Diocese of Gary. The story apparently became so believable that officers with the police department said they were too scared to stay at the house and some city officials wouldnâ€™t even step foot on the property. The 32-year-old mother says the spirits that haunted her familyâ€™s house were only vanquished after she moved away and underwent several exorcisms. The unbelievable story has come to light after the Indianapolis Star obtained hundreds of pages of official documents relating to the case. The Ammons family moved into the rental house on Carolina Street in Gary, Ind., back in November 2011. They soon noticed strange occurrences, including swarms of flies around the house, footsteps in the basement and wet footprints streaking across the living room floor. But what happened next made those incidents seem pleasant. In March 2012, Ammons claims she rushed to check on her 12-year-old daughter after hearing her screams. When she entered the bedroom, she says she witnessed her daughter levitating above her bed unconscious. The family and some of the guests they were hosting prayed over the girl until she returned back to the bed. The girl reportedly didnâ€™t remember anything about it. The torment reportedly continued and the family wasnâ€™t in a position financially to flee the home. So the family contacted churches and clairvoyants for help, but they received little relief. The clairvoyants allegedly told the family their house was haunted by more than 200 demons. The house where Latoya Ammons lived with her family was on Carolina St. in Gary. This is a photo taken by the police. A figure appears to show itself in the window at right. Photo provided by the Hammond Police Department. Ammons claims her childrensâ€™ eyes bulged and they regularly sported evil smiles, effects of their possession. Her youngest child would reportedly sit in a closet and talk to an invisible child that no one could see. She also claims he was once thrown from the bathroom when no one was even near him. Most of Ammonsâ€™ allegations are backed up by her mother, Rosa Campbell, who also lived in the house. Later in 2012, child protective services in Indiana was contacted to investigate the mother for possible child abuse or mental illness. A psychiatrist reportedly evaluated Ammons and determined she was not mentally ill. A family case manager reportedly interviewed the family and witnessed a number of strange occurrences. Valerie Washington confirmed that she witnessed the youngest boy growling before his eyes rolled back in his head. Washington also claimed she saw the 9-year-old boy flash a â€œweird grinâ€ and then walk backward up a wall to the ceiling. Her account was corroborated by a nurse. â€œThereâ€™s no way he couldâ€™ve done that,â€ the nurse told the Star. After being sent to investigate Ammons, Washington concluded that an âœevil influenceâ€ might be affecting the family.