‘Paranormal Lockdown’ S2E11: Is Scutt Mansion Cursed?

Diana Price - Author

Feb. 23 2017, Updated 11:59 a.m. ET

Paranormal Lockdown ventures into new territory this week, with paranormal investigators Nick Groff and Katrina Weidman trying an unusual technique to stir up spirits at the Scutt Mansion in Joliet, Illinois. As if Scutt Mansion isn’t supposed to be haunted enough, Groff and Weidman invite fellow paranormal investigators Greg and Dana Newkirk of Planet Weird to join them in their investigation and bring along some extra haunted items from their creepy collection.

Mild spoilers follow for Paranormal Lockdown’s Friday night episode, reviewed from a preview screening by TLC.

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Paranormal Lockdown Takes On The Scutt Mansion “Curse”

Scutt Mansion has been declared Illinois’ “most haunted house” after a series of tragedies that have left many to claim the house is cursed and has become the ruin of anyone who has owned the property. The mansion was built back in 1882 by Hiram B. Scutt, who died on the property at the age of 47 after a horseback riding accident. His wife, Natalie, died not long after, and subsequent owners have been less than lucky, to say the least.


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