Cayuga, IN is home to one of the most haunted places in the state, Willows Weep House. Come Explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.
Constructed in the 1800s this phantom-rich house was built in the shape of a cross that faces east. That in itself is strange, but there is nothing else that is common to this house declared to be one of the "notoriously haunted properties in America." The house sits on a crossroads and has a list of ghastly deaths that have occurred within its walls.
The land itself is documented to have a strong Native American connection. There was a major battle very near where the house sits today. To add to its mystery, there are ancient burial sites around the area and two rivers converge in the tiny town of Cayuga, Indiana. Could all these factors contribute to the intensity of haunting in this property? Many believe it does!
A strange book was found buried beneath the old floor that deals in Necromancy and other occult practices. The former owner declared that the house is very dangerous and feels that it tried to kill her and her husband on numerous occasions and many Paranormal Investigators have been attacked in the house and have recorded many EVP's.
Fearing for there lives they sold the house and moved far away. The new owner is, paranormal investigator, Dave Spinks, has been conducting a year-long investigation and research with hand-picked investigators. His goal is to find out what entities (good or bad) are lurking in the house that makes it Willows Weep.
Would you dare to visit, as many have labeled it ... "The Most Haunted House In America"?
It is the hope of many who are hoping to keep the research going at Willows Weep (including Dave Spinks) to produce an indi-film through Crowd Funding.
The team on this campaign include Billy Lewis and Dave Spinks. Lewis is a Filmmaker out of Wilmington, NC and Spinks is a paranormal investigator and owner of the Willows Weep house.
"We are looking to raise $25,000 to lay the groundwork to produce this haunting movie based on real events. The house has been profiled on the History Channel’s show The UnXplained and has been called the most evil house in America. This story needs to be told."
Contributors to this campaign will be a part of American Cinema history because this movie will go down as one of the greatest horror films ever made.
To join in this effort, please CLICK HERE.
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