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Sedamsville Rectory and Winchester Mystery House 

Zak reviews the rectory evidence, from the GA's visit in 2012 (Season 7). Since then, one of the caretakers grew stronger in faith. The other one was, and still is, vulnerable to demonic ... See full summary »

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Jeff Belanger (as Jeffrey E. Belanger)

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Episode credited cast:
Zak Bagans ... Himself
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Tim Brazeal Tim Brazeal ... Himself
Terrie Scott Terrie Scott ... Herself
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Zak reviews the rectory evidence, from the GA's visit in 2012 (Season 7). Since then, one of the caretakers grew stronger in faith. The other one was, and still is, vulnerable to demonic attacks and possessions. Also, since this episode was aired, various ghost-hunting groups tried to gain permission to enter the house. Most of them were denied of that chance and it is unknown how many of them did get permission in the end. Sedamsville Rectory interviewees: Terrie Scott and Tim Brazeal.[5] Zak reviewed a few sections of paranormal activity at the Winchester Mystery House from Season 5 (2011). The house itself, before the GA investigation, was not haunted as much. After that, it seems that paranormal activities in the house has increased in strength. Winchester Mystery House interviewees: Suzanne Hursh and Chris Maggard. Chris Turner taped a video message to Zak about the swinging chandelier at one of the rooms. Written by Anonymous

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14 June 2014 (USA) See more »

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