Man Finds Food
Please Don't Tell 04:23
The Making of The Dead Files 08:26
Death and Dolls Travel Guide
From the outside, the Napier home looks peaceful and serene, but inside, it is a different story.
Lisa, who believes her house is haunted, keeps a collection of more than 2,000 dolls in her home, located in Cramerton, NC.
Before Amy Allan arrives, Matt Anderson enters the premises of every new location and cleans it by removing any items that could lead or mislead Amy during her walk.
Salem shows Steve Di Schiavi where she saw an apparition of an old woman sit on her bed.
Amy Allan demonstrates to Matt Anderson how a deformed and terrifying man once tormented a dying young girl inside the walls of this house.
Steve speaks with John, the father of the house, about his fears concerning his daughter and her paranormal sightings.
Retired NYPD homicide detective Steve finds himself in unfamiliar territory, a home filled with more than 2,000 dolls.
Amy tells Matt that a deformed man in black is following them outside of the house.
Amy struggles to understand why a deformed man in black seems to be torturing the suffering souls in the basement of Napier house
Steve Di Schiavi and Amy Allan (pictured) discuss their findings with Lisa and John Napier (pictured).
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