Rocky Point Manor

Go behind the scenes as the guys investigate troubled Rocky Point Manor and a Civil War battlefield.

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Zak films a Civil War reenactment outside of the Dye House in Perryville, KY. The house is known for being infused with sinister energy. 960 1280

  

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Zak interviews Jerry Gore, the owner of the house, who declares that there is dark energy that surrounds the basement. 960 1280

  

Jerry explains that 4 witnesses swear to see flashes of a woman accompanied by a child walking in the slave tunnels below the house. 960 1280

  

Zak provokes spirit of the aforementioned woman and child aberration. 960 1280

  

There are still bloodstains on the walls next to the prison cell in the dungeon. 960 1280

  

Jerry takes the guys into the dungeon of the slave house, where slaves were imprisoned, beaten and killed centuries ago. 960 1280

  

Zak, Nick and Aaron are led to the attic by a group of fellow paranormal investigators, called the Tri State Paranormal who have previously examined the house. 960 1280

  

The Tri State team informs the guys of a suicide that happened next to the mantle on the second floor of the house. 960 1280

  

The team will investigate spirits in the attic, the second story and the basement during the lockdown. 960 1280