During the irrigation process in 1936, a man by the name of John Shannon fell and drowned in a ditch after he tried to smother his newborn baby. King's first wife Amelia died at 29 during childbirth along with his two boys. Steve learns that Cresson was a ruthless businessman who was not above selling out his own workers. Leeman Matthews who slit his throat in the bath tub. When the hotel was a courthouse in 1884, the cook Jacob Schmerer was murdered by Bill Booth over venison meat. Steve learns the property was developed in the early 1830s by Isaac Swain who owned the largest lumber mill in the county.
The property history allegedly includes two men who threw dynamite inside a Black Methodist Church along with 4 men from the who burned down the school next to it. There were lawsuits brought against them when a worker fell and was killed inside their wagon factory. Steve learns that on January 18, 1882, a lynch mob strung up two men who killed businessman George Reynolds and hanged an innocent man named Payne. Louis try to rid their abode of the aggressive entities they claim are lurking within. The young man says he spent his high school years afraid of his own home and continues to worry for his safety now that he's returned to begin his graduate studies. He also uncovers evidence of a century-old murder in 1912 when a young bride named Gertrude Weaver who lived on the land was fatality shot while on her honeymoon. Steve interviews the owners, employees and former guests about their experiences.
Meanwhile, Amy says she confronts a beastly, dog-like apparition that she fears can kill anyone who gets in its way and an old man who was beating an 8-year-old boy named Elmer who once lived here. Then they travel to a family restaurant claimed to be haunted in Santaquin to find out if the owners followed Amy's advice. The woman tells them that she sees , hears giggling children, a woman crying, has personal belongings go missing and is inappropriately caressed. During the investigation it is revealed that the family's residence was ravaged in a hurricane in the 1990s, even more disturbing is the number of entities seen during Amy's walk through the home. Frances Miller, a prostitute shot and killed a young man named Paulus Reprecht at this location on March 31, 1859. While Steve's investigation reveals a fanatical preacher who led an armed revolt against his own church, Amy encounters a twisted entity whose mission is to trap the souls of the deceased. The victim, Alberto Lopez, 25, had a live-in girlfriend, 43-year-old Lucy Rivera.
Next, they return to a home in Wichita where a couple claim to be victimized by evil entities in their place of business at their beauty salon and auto body shop. Amy discovers that the key to what's haunting the living may not necessarily reside with the dead. According to Amy, she was a practitioner who wants to demolish the house. Meanwhile, Amy says she encounters a man dressed in black she believes to be , a ruthless gangster and convicted murderer who was involved in , and and owned the property in the 1920s possibly to bury his victims. Steve and Amy say that Dr. Amy finds many disturbing entities including a prostitute who was killed in a shoot-out and children who were burned in a fire.
Steve also discovers that the property belonged to the prominent Olds family who used the land as a business investment in the late 1800s. The Dead Files Season 9 Episode 6 Deadly Relations - Lake City, Florida The Dead Files Season 9 Episode 5 Consumed - Youngstown, Ohio The Dead Files. . Their client, Kristen, says she's often felt a presence around her throughout her life. They investigate paranormal reports that the ghost of a murdered woman believed to be his wife, Valeria, who is alleged to haunt a mother and her 6-year-old daughter in the former home where she died. Steve's investigation leads him to learn of those who called the property home once before, including a business tycoon whom tragedy had repeatedly fallen on.
John Hubbard went to jail for the murder of railman Edward Boyle who was beaten to death. During the investigation Steve learns of a man who lived on the property that was eventually institutionalized. The investigation uncovers a psychotic dead man attempting to possess the grandson as well as a portal inside his bedroom that allows to infest the house. Smith who believed he found the fountain of youth. During her walk, Amy discovers two groups of dead people who battle each other and the living. Meanwhile Amy says she encounters what she believes to be sick people seen throwing up in the halls and crawling on the walls wanting to harm the living. Steve's investigation uncovers that in the 1870's Samuel Chelton Inman who was a of the New Hope First Baptist Church killed and buried a man on the property.
The Dead Files Season09Episode06 Deadly Relations. It revisits haunted sites that were previously visited in The Dead Files by a retired police detective and a psychic medium. While Steve investigates, Amy claims to confront aggressive entities that desperately want her to leave. Steve uncovers a history of deaths of original owners. While Steve's investigation reveals a deadly explosion that killed nearly a dozen people, Amy encounters a hateful murder victim hell-bent on ending the existence of anyone in her path. Tracing back the history of the property, Steve discovers that the land belonged to the tribe who were allied with the British coming from Canada to fight the Americans in the. Then they revisit a 100-year-old house in Georgia that they feel has a high amount of paranormal activity.
While Steve's investigation reveals a surprising past involving medicine, religion, and a horrific murder-suicide, Amy encounters several translucent entities, one of which is stalking the living from within the building's walls. Amy and Steve uncover the murderous past hidden within the walls of a rural New York farmhouse. Note: Sadly the Theater did not survive and as of Fall 2015, the Vancouver Farmers Market has taken over the lease of the Historic Slocum House and offers meeting and special event space to the Clark County community. During their unnerving investigation, Steve tracks down local experts who uncover one of the most gruesome murders in the town's history, while Amy is jumped by a female entity and is overwhelmed by one of her darkest discoveries to date. Steve meets with a man who alleges to have been attacked while on a day tour in Cell 14 on D Block in the former prison by an unknown evil entity when he was a 13-year-old boy 38 years ago. She also says she encounters the plantation owner Nicholas Burks who had five children with a slave named Louisa whose children ended up victim of.
While Steve uncovers a grizzly double murder that took place on the same land in the late 1800s, Amy encounters multiple entities, including a dead woman who was the lone survivor of a brutal attack against her family. She also says she meets the Brashears who she says believe they did a good job running the place. Also, present in the home are the victims of the Spanish flu, of a railroad accident which killed six men, and one of the clients' mothers, who has replaced Death itself. The tavern was built to accommodate the courthouse and it later became a. Steve hunts down evidence of sacrifices and rampant racism, while Amy is horrified by visions of disfigured dead. Title Location Original Airdate 4.