Haunted Michigan home investigated by the Ghost Brothers in Travel Channel debut
By Edward Pevos
August 13, 2019
VASSAR, MI - A Michigan disabled veteran and his family have been living in fear inside their own home. That's where the famous Ghost Brothers come in.
The paranormal investigators came to the haunted home in Vassar after the family's plea for help.
Photo courtesy of the Travel Channel via Brian Eley
You can see what happened in the debut of "Ghost Brothers: Haunted Houseguest" premiering on Friday, Aug. 16 on the Travel Channel.
Maybe you've seen this historic home built in 1879. It's known as the "Wedding Cake" house. Disabled Marine Corps veteran Conrad Dowe lives in the home with his wife and young son.
It's beautiful on the outside, but on the inside, that's a different story.
"On the inside, you're dealing with some heavy energy which may be demonic," said Ghost Brother Juwan Mass.
"The family is very sweet, but they were dealing with a spirit tormenting the wife and little boy. The husband felt helpless from being able to protect his own family. He fought for his country and he doesn't know how to fight the spirits attacking his family."
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