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Demonic Possession: Indiana Mom Claims Home And Kids Possessed, Police Agree


A demonic possession is being claimed by an Indiana mom who believes both her son and home are under the control of evil spirits. Local police officers and a social services nurse who investigated the situation appear to agree. Latoya Ammons adamantly maintains that her 9-year-old son walked backwards up a wall and ceiling – an act allegedly witnessed by the nurses.

The Indiana mom told the media and a multitude of social and law enforcement staffers that all three of her children have shown signs of demon possession. The warning signs reportedly include the use of “strangely deep” voices, bulging eyes, and “evil” smiles. Ammons’ 12-year-old daughter allegedly levitated inside their Gary home.

The ghost story would not have likely made national headline and gone viral if Hammond Police Department Captain Charles Austin had not visited the home several times and ultimately become a believer in the demonic possession story. At first he thought the family was merely attempting to attract attention and perhaps make some quick cash by selling their story, but that all changed he spent some time inside the home and with the children.

Latoya Ammons and her family moved into the Carolina Street home in Gary during the end of 2011. It did not take long before reports of swarms of flies around the house, wet footprints on the living room floor, and other strange occurrences were reported.

The pre-teen daughter was first reported to have levitated in March 2012. The mom said she heard the girl screaming, ran to her room and saw the child unconscious several feet above her bed. Family and friends prayed above the levitating girl until she finally returned back on top of the mattress, remembering nothing of the ordeal.

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After Ammons contacted multiple churches and clairvoyants for help ridding the Indiana home of the demons, she was told that the house was haunted by more than 200 demons. Her youngest child also allegedly sat inside a closet and held full conversations with another child that no one else could see or hear. Rosa Campbell, Latoya’s mother who also lives inside the home, backs up the demonic possession claims.

Once the local social services agency became concerned about the mother, a psychiatrist evaluated the woman and reported that she was not mentally ill. Family case worker Valeria Washington confirmed that she has witnesses multiple instances of odd behavior of the children, include a young boy growling and his eyes rolling back in his head before walking up a wall onto the ceiling. A nurse also present at the time corroborated the accounting.

Ammons could not afford to flee the spooky rental home at the time. According to the terrified mother, the demonic spirits did not leave her loved ones alone until they moved away and underwent several exorcisms.

[Featured Image Via: Secondary Image Via: Hammond Police Department]

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22 Responses to “Demonic Possession: Indiana Mom Claims Home And Kids Possessed, Police Agree”

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  2. Owen Marshall

    Demons have been troubling mankind since before biblical times. Certainly since Biblical times, as the Bible makes no secret that Jesus cast demons out of people who were afflicted. The presence of demons (unclean spirits aligned with Satan bent on man's destruction) and the historic record of Jesus demonstrating he had the authority and the power to cast them out of their victims, is more overwhelming evidence that since demons are real, it reinforces the logic that angels are also real, therefore God is very real, and Satan is very real.

  3. Cody Grensted-Giles

    It's sad that instead of diagnosing and treating the children it's blamed on demons and ghosts.

  4. Val Smith

    I dont know it sounds like Hollywoods idea of an demonic possession to me. Hello exorcist

  5. Deb Mitchell

    bullchit. If you pushed me backwards against a wall, I too could walk it and flip over your head. This so called victim of demons owed rent—the landlord was right on. Growling kids? Kids rolling their eyes? This is news? The demon should have reacted to the blessing of God done in Latin—no reaction cuz the little scammers didn't understand Latin. The demon should also have said its name—nope, they didn't know any names to throw out as part of the scam so the priest gave them one….yeah sure.

  6. Nicole Brackett Gasperson

    I believe in demonic possession. How exactly was she suppose o treat waling up the wall and on to the ceiling – nail them to he floor. I admit though a little proof would be good.

  7. Megan Honick

    Zak Begans just bought this house. He wants to see what happens! ?!

  8. Tamara Moss

    For those who believe, no proof is necessary. For those that do not believe, no proof is possible.

  9. Beba Rodriguez

    Demons n ghosts exist. That's not bullshit. Or fairy tale or an urban legend.

  10. Gina Clark

    Anything is possible. There had been a spiritual war happening since the beginning of time.

  11. Cassey Ann Harvilla

    I beleieve in this stuff and its sad that childern even adults are getting attacked by demons … I beleieve there is unseen stuff we can not exsplain. I have filled around with so many things and have witnessed and felt things I could.not exsplain. AMD it is scary. and I feel bad it happens to a bad pointlike this to people

  12. Anonymous

    Just because you weren't there, or didn't experience it for your self doesn't mean this didn't happen. Besides most doctors wouldn't be so easily spooked seeing that most of them believe in science. Yet it was enough for the doctor to not want to return to the room to treat the patient when he flew across the room due to a demonic presence. I couldn't imagine what he was trying to rationalize in his scientific head lol. Do I believe in ghost, yes. I've had experiences of my own, like billions of other people since the beginning of time. Why is there no video… stupid question, everyone does not wear a go cam on their head 24/7, nor are they camera ready for pics when the life is being scared right out of them. They did however document very well the one case that was back in the 80's about the woman with 3 teenage sons, who moved to Texas. 30 people in one small house similar to this one including several scientist and skeptics, and a torso with muscle manifested, caused one scientist to pass out. But you can never have enough proof for a non believer. It had nothing to do with religion, or what you believe in. Its something you have to experience yourself in my opinion. I feel for these people. Imagine a police officer being so scared he refused to go back to the house. These are rational people (doctor, nurse, police, social workers)who were so bothered by what they experienced that it shook them to the core. its defiantly fascination no matter what you believe. they seen it with their own eyes. something I would not want to witness. even the grandmother (assuming that's who she is) said no one would believe them.

  13. Cody Grensted-Giles

    It's terrifying, knowing that someday you'll be a nurse.

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