Master of the Damned

While investigating a family home in Potsdam, NY, Steve discovers evidence of a bar fight so brutal that it left a man dead in the street, while Amy faces off against a dominant entity that commands other dead people to terrorize the living.

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Potsdam, NY
Potsdam, NY

Potsdam, NY

Steve and Amy head to Postdam, NY, to investigate claims of paranormal activity at a former police detective's home. 960 1280

  

Old Man Entity

Old Man Entity

Amy sees the entity of an old man who died in her client's home. The figure appears to take the energy of other dead people. 960 1280

  

Feeling the Fear

Feeling the Fear

Amy feels real fear as she walks the house and meets the old man in charge. 960 1280

  

Frank Bancroft's Death Certificate

Frank Bancroft's Death Certificate

Steve reviews Frank Bancroft's death certificate while local genealogist, Dennis Eickhoff, explains how he died. 960 1280

  

Frank Was Despondent

Frank Was Despondent

Dennis eventually tells Steve that Frank Bancroft was extremely despondent over his wife's death. 960 1280

  

Donna's Son

Donna's Son

Donna's son, Andrew, tells Steve that he doesn't like being in the house alone. 960 1280

  

Inspecting a Gun

Inspecting a Gun

Steve inspects the gun Howard Burt used to kill Asa Briggs in 1897. 960 1280

  

Sketch Artist

Sketch Artist

Amy observes while local artist, Patricia Varney, draws the sketches Amy will share with her clients. 960 1280

  

Patricia Listens Intently

Patricia Listens Intently

Patricia listens intently to Amy while she describes the angry man she met on her walk. 960 1280

  

Local Historian

Local Historian

Trent, a local historian, tells Steve that between 1,200-1,500 people witnessed the hanging of John Donnovan in 1852. 960 1280

  

The Client

The Client

Their client, Donna, is anxious to learn what advice Amy has for her to deal with the paranormal experiences in her home. 960 1280

  

Ready to Reveal

Ready to Reveal

Amy and Steve share their findings about the property with their clients. 960 1280

  

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