Haunted Destination: Sedamsville Rectory

Cincinnati, Ohio
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Wide shot of the Sedamsville Rectory

Cincinnati, Ohio

In the tiny Cincinnati neighborhood of Sedamsville lies the Sedamsville Rectory – one of 4 buildings that once belonged to the Our Lady of Perpetual Help church. This once-holy place of peace and rest, however, has been plagued by a violent, demonic spirit. The current owners of the rectory have experienced ice-cold breezes on boiling-hot days, overwhelming (and spontaneous) feelings of melancholy and have been scratched and shoved by unseen forces. The Ghost Adventures crew visited, and they asked a local priest to perform an exorcism in the historic building … but did it rid the rectory of dark spirits? This remains to be seen.

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