Zak Bagans Discusses 'The Demon House' Documentary Aug 20, 2015 13:09:40 GMT -5
Post by Joanna on Aug 20, 2015 13:09:40 GMT -5
Zak Bagans Discusses 'The Demon House' Documentary
Recently Zak Bagans talked with Dread Central about his upcoming projects, including the Indianapolis “Demon House” (above), which he purchased.
“We’re working on The Demon House documentary every single day,” said Bagans. “Literally, producers and editors around the United States are working tirelessly and I’m doing my best to maintain direction so that we successfully hit our deadline. We hope to have everything done about two months from now. It’s really hard to close the story on this project because every time that we do, something else happens that is nothing short of, ‘Oh my god, what the fuck? Holy cow, I cannot believe this stuff just happened.’ It’s as if this saga does not want to end. This is truly an incredible story, and I’m so happy that I got a chance to investigate it for a full year and a half instead of just the usual four days that we do on Ghost Adventures. This was a chance for me to really study the anatomy of demons and the demonic. It’s sparked a new chapter in demonology in my life. This will certainly add to my legacy in the paranormal.
“Without saying too much, we’ve been working with some of the pioneers of paranormal research. To be at the forefront of a case like this ... a case that could be the most well-documented in American history because of the level of people involved. Some of the people I have brought in ... some of them have done over four to five thousand investigations. Just seeing the ways that this house affects them … the way that the house’s energy affects them ... it’s both scary and astounding really. Some of them have literally landed in the hospital. The Ammons House is somewhat of an obsession of mine now. There is far beyond any explanation for this place. It’s incredible to be a part of! It’s all proved to be dangerous in ways that I couldn’t have possibly understood on the outset. I don’t think we’ll ever fully understand it. I truly believe what happened to this family was real. It really did happen. When you see The Demon House ....” He pauses here, seeming quite thoughtful and disturbed. “When you see The Demon House, you will see the unexpected things that happened to so many different people. It’s incredible, it’s special, and it’s just beyond reason. It’s hard to fully explain, and that’s why I love this project so much.”
Bagans continues, “Working on this case … like I said, it never ends. There’s just so damned much of it. I do my best now trimming down all of this footage to feature length. I’m trying to button up the story, but when you’re dealing with true accounts of demons and so many credible witnesses, you don’t want to button it up. It’s just too powerful. This story just keeps continuing in the most surprising and frightening ways. This is what I’ve been waiting for, man. Ghost Adventures will always be the most prominent and important thing in my life ... I love it. I love the investigations and locations. I love the people I meet and the people I work with, but The Demon House ... this is what I’ve been waiting for 10 years. This is the big case, the one I wanted to be deeply involved in. This is nothing I chose, it chose me.”
Source: Steve Barton, DreadCentral, August 18, 2015.
See also “Ex-Agent Sues Ghost Hunter Zak Bagans”: whatliesbeyond.boards.net/thread/1639/ghost-hunter-bagans-sued-agent
“A Look at the Life of Zak Bagans”: whatliesbeyond.boards.net/thread/6293/life-zak-bagans
“Has Zak Bagans Gone Crazy?”: whatliesbeyond.boards.net/thread/5519/zak-bagans-crazy
“Strange Events Lead Indianapolis Family to Exorcism”: whatliesbeyond.boards.net/thread/1083/demonic-possession-indiana
“Zak Bagans has ‘Demon House’ Demolished”: whatliesbeyond.boards.net/thread/edit/4199
“Zak Bagams Selling ‘Demonic’ Las Vegas House”: whatliesbeyond.boards.net/thread/2925/bagans-selling-demon-haunted-townhouse