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very sad. I heard about this when I was little and was always terrified to go to the pantry, because that was where the murderer was alleged to have hidden in. here's the full episode of ghost adventures where they investigated the house. creepy.

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One day i'm going to stay in that house.

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That's it. We're going.

You, me, Villisca IA. You in??

http://www.villiscaiowa.com/tours-overnights.php
SO... Did anyone go? :)

Zach and Ghost Hunters investigated this on their show. 2 sisters that lived in it later with their parents met them there to tell them what paranormal and eerie things that happened when they lived there.

The youngest would not go inside the house until Zach finally coaxed her into it during the day. She shook tremendously and was scared so bad she about past out from anxiety attack!

Some weird things DID happen when they investigated; but can't word them here.
I will try to get Documentaries or link on that episode if I can.
It is REALLY and intriguing story and house. If I EVER went into a place with so much paranormal happenings going on, it would be with Ghost Hunter crew! They debunk happenings and make you comfortable if something happens... From all episodes I saw. They are GREAT guys!

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SORRY WRONG SHOW NAME! There's too many!

It's Zach Bagans on Ghost ADVENTURES.
Sorry, my bad. I can't find where to edit any of my posts.. :(

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I prob won't find it. I knew Nick was off show and has own Paranormal show; but I didn't realize he left b/c of Zak and Nick kinda got into it when Nick was hit bad by paranormal on an episode...

So, Nick left or they are saying Zak fired him! I've watched Nick's new show, and he is doing GREAT!

Zak is to "celebrity" now with books and CD's and all the attention he is getting.. So, okay... wow Zak Bagans!

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Old 09-12-2016, 07:19 PM
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Re: Villisca Axe Murders - 100th Anniversary

The whole Villisca story is really interesting. The murders divided the town for many decades as factions took sides over who was responsible for the killings. There's also a connection there with a famous photo from WWII taken by photographer Earle Bunker of a soldier from Villisca returning home from North Africa in 1943. It was LTC Robert Moore, whose uncle Joe Moore and family were killed in the axe murders.

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