Haunted Collector

John Zaffis
Doberman
Brian Cano gets scratched by a ghost
Amie Zaffis - Hanuted Collector
Terrie Scott
Tim Brazeal - Haunted Collector
John Zaffi


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Full Episode of Haunted Collector on the Sedamsville Rectory.





The Haunted Collector hears from Tim Brazeal and Terrie Scott of the Midwest Preservation Society, who are restoring a historic rectory in Sedamsville, Ohio. At least, they're trying to restore it, but there's something dark and evil going on in this once abandoned building.

Midwest Preservation Society has lost many of its volunteers because of the paranormal activity. Cabinets open and close, chairs slide around and sightings of a cloaked figure from the late 1800s. Worst of all is that something BIT Tim and they are VERY worried, naturally. There are old church robes, an old suitcase moves, a door covered with scratches and tons of dog bowls and cages in the eerie basement. Oh! Did we mention a priest was allegedly murdered in the bedroom? That might explain something! If John and his team can't figure this out for Tim & Terrie, they're going to abandon the restoration project because they're too scared to stay there.

The baseline sweep picked up nothing until Brian got scratched down the back in the basement! THREE major claw marks down his back!! Aimee and Jason can't find evidence of a priest being murdered, but they did uncover news reports of a dog-fighting sting that went down in that area. Could they have been using the rectory? Circumstantial evidence indicates yes!

The team is going to bring a dog- Ceasar the Doberman- in to help with this investigation. All is fine until they bring Ceasar to the basement and the dog freaks!! It just refuses to go down there. Finally, John discovers an odd piece of wood and he fears his suspicions on what it could be might be true. He brings it to an animal shelter, where he learns it was a break stick used in brutal dogfights. So perhaps the scratching and "attacks" are the animals trying to get their attention rather than harm them.