This photo shows what appears to be handprints all over the ceiling of a room. The uploader describes that the ceiling is covered in handprints which are best seen when a light is shone on them. The uploader explains that various paranormal events have occurred in their home, such as cabinets opening and closing and the bed shaking. The handprints look like they belong to an entity with long fingers, or someone who smeared their fingers across the ceiling. The uploader swears that they have no logical explanation for the prints.
The Humpty Doo Poltergeist was a haunting that occurred in Australia in 1998. The haunting occurred over the span of 5 months and a family that rented a house experienced objects like knives being thrown and electrical malfunctions. The spirit would spell random words like fire and car with scrabble tiles and place them all around the house. The family called paranormal investigators and priests after they saw a trident made out of pebbles on the driveway. According to witnesses the priests had bibles ripped out of their hands and a priest was pinned to the ground by an unseen force. The family believed that the spirit was a family friend named Troy who had died in a car accident. The owner of the house believed that the whole ordeal was made up and took the family to court for property damage, and many skeptics believed that the events were faked.The family was not charged and moved out a month after the hearing. Oddly the paranormal activity stopped after the family moved and the house was renovated.
This video supposedly is off the Rake’s voice caught on a baby monitor. The video was originally uploaded on May 28th 2012. The noise in the monitor is a growing noise and the sound of a baby crying. Many have said it is the Rake, however the rake is a fictional creepy pasta character, leading others to say it’s a hoax or other cryptid entirely.
In 1986 the Snedeker family moved into a converted funeral home in Connecticut. The home was close to a hospital where their son Philip was being treated for leukemia. At first the family was off put by the fact they lived in an old funeral parlor, and did not find out until they found embalming equipment in the basement. However because of it’s convenient location the family thought it was worth the stay. One day Carmen Snedecker claimed that water in a mop bucket turned to blood and the spirits started harassing the family’s terminally ill son, who became consumed by his obsession with the embalming room in the basement. Philip eventually attacked another family member and had to be sent by ambulance to a mental hospital.The family eventually contacted Ed and Lorraine Warren who told them the the spirits were vengeful because the funeral home owns engaged in necrophilia. The Warren’s even claimed the there were attempts at necromancy which opened up the home to evil spirits.The home was blessed and the family moved. Although Philip survived after the events his cancer returned in 2012 and he passed away at the age of 38. Although the Snedeker’s and Warren’s claim the events happened there is no concrete evidence that any paranormal or necrophilia occurred in the home.
**** I believe I have pretty much coverd every major Warren case on this blog. I don’t count the Einfeild poltergeist because the Warren’s didn’t really work on it. I might find the alleged footage and photo of the white lady they took, but I think I actually covered everything.