Categories: OMG

It Was Their Dream House Until They Found Out What’s Hidden Inside The Walls. CREEPY!

When the tore up the walls, what they saw was beyond terrifying.

Our home is a personal sanctuary or haven, it is where we should feel the safest. Either renting or buying a place, our goal is to get the most ideal for us, considering the budget and what will work out well for everyone. Now what happens if your dream house turned out to be the opposite?

A perfect choice for a home was what the Bretzius family thought before they  move into their current house in Schuykull County in Pennsylvania. The family had it inspected and they were told that everything is good and the fact that it requires less work convinced them that they made the right decision. The inspector checked the foundation, support for radon and other important house details.

What he missed though are the walls and the strange things hiding inside them.

Photo credit: WNEP16

The family later on found out about it when they decided to make a few changes in the house. When the teared up the walls, what they saw was beyond terrifying.

Although the house doesn’t seem that old, it has been around for almost a century already, had many tenants over the years. The fact that it was move in ready made them choose the place despite its age.

Warning: the image below maybe disturbing to some readers.

However, when they tried to put insulation into one of the rooms, they found out dark and awful secrets.

Photo credit: WNEP16
Old spices and herbs which are not too creepy at all but that’s not it.

Photo credit: WNEP16
There were also some old newspapers dating back to 1930s-1940s. Strange.

Photo credit: WNEP16
Covered by those newspapers, a number of animal corpses.

Photo credit: WNEP16
After tearing up the walls, the smell became unbearable and the more they try to do it, the worse it gets which even made some of the family members sick.

Photo credit: WNEP16
The family then decided to ask help from an expert and later on found out that the items they discovered were artifacts from a form of  Dutch Pennsylvania witchcraft or the so-called Pow-wow or Braucherei.

Photo credit:
Bible is the main source of this form of magic however, it uses spells for hexing and healing.

Unfortunately, the family shoulders all the repair expenses. The insurance won’t cover it since the items were there before they signed. “We got the radon inspected. We did everything. We didn’t know to look for chickens,” says the frustrated Kaija.

Photo credit: WNEP16
For almost three years now, the family has been doing the same thing, removing the items which already cost them $20,000 and they’re not even sure if everything was out already .

Photo credit: WNEP16

Watch the strange video:

Like on Facebook

Up to now, the two children continue to suffer from the side effects brought by the dead animals while the family spent thousands of dollars getting rid of every item.

This is certainly not the ideal home and situation everyone is expecting. Sad to say, what was once a dream, turned into a nightmare.

Leave a Comment

Recent Posts

March 14th Holiday – Pi Day or Something Else?

Table of Contents: Introduction: The Significance of the March 14th Holiday The Mathematical Marvel: Unraveling…

November 1, 2023

Mystery Of Missing Pages

Who made them disappear? What was the reason? Where did they go? Why? Gather round,…

July 26, 2023

Bees Kill Penguins by Stinging Them in the Eyes

Swarm of bees stings the eyes of penguins in Cape town 60 penguins died from…

November 16, 2021

2000 Kilogram Sunfish Caught Off North African Coast

A massive ocean sunfish measuring 2,000 kilograms was caught on North African Coast It is named Mola alexandrini or…

November 16, 2021

Man Embezzles $57K in COVID-19 Relief to Buy Pokemon Cards

A businessman in Georgia utilized the Covid-19 relief to buy a limited edition Charizard Pokemon card He committed…

November 8, 2021

Florida Man Catches and “Recycles” Alligator in Driveway

Man captures an alligator in his neighbor's yard in FloridaHe uses a trash can to…

November 1, 2021

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience.