Bonus clip #1 (above): Demonstration of why it is so important to be careful & respectful with the spirits. During the paranormal investigation of the malevolent being haunting a woman and her son, an intense session completely drains Jeff. He leaves the space, passes out & is found by crew member on the front lawn. […]
What attracts ghosts to you, your children, or your home? If you are unaware of or unprepared for the consequences of playing with a Ouija board you could be in for a mess of trouble. Playing with a Ouija board is one way of inviting unwanted spirits (good or bad) into your home or […]
Bonus clip #1 (above): Indigenous elder and spirit guide Tom discusses how the long house fits into Mohawk culture and his feelings about being in this place that is the setting for the second paranormal investigation of Season 4. Bonus clip #2: Some behind the scenes footage captured during Tom’s healing and protection ceremony. Bonus […]
The Longhouse or hodensote is long narrow house covered in rectangular slabs of birch or elm bark and built by the Iroquois, which included the Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga and Seneca people. They were called Iroquois but they called themselves Haudenosaunee, which meant “people who live in the longhouse.” The building of a longhouse […]
Bonus clip #1 (above): Indigenous elder and spirit guide Tom prepares the bible and the fire for the ceremony that closes the paranormal investigation of the first episode of Season 4. Bonus clip #2: A little montage of clips from behind the scenes during production of episode 1.
Peter Anthony Prince (1836-1925) was born in Trois-Rivières, Québec, the second of four children born to Enoch Prince (1802-1867) and Marie Angeline Trottier (1808-1901). Enoch and Angeline were married twice. The first in Trois-Rivières by a protestant minister in July 1831 and secondly in St-Stanislas-de-Champlain, Québec on the 25th of December 1833. According to church […]