Snedeker is located in Southington Connecticut.
After relocating to Connecticut for medical treatment, the Snedeker families eldest son started to complain of seeing shadows and hearing voices in the house. Not long after this, the paranormal activity began to effect the rest of the family.
It was 1988 the Snedeker family had been going through some tough times their eldest son was undergoing treatment for Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and the family were in dire straits financially. The Snedeker Family came from New York, Carmen Snedeker had been traveling back and fourth to Connecticut with their son so that he could get the best treatment possible.
Because of there sons condition they decided relocate to Connecticut. Carmen felt her prayers had been answered when she was shown around a large house close to the Hospital, she discovered that the monthly rent was well within the price range that her family could manage to pay for a decent and comfortable place to call home.
Lorraine Warren says she felt an evil presence in the Southington home and experienced the haunting herself when she spent a night there “In the master bedroom, there was a trap door where the coffins were brought up,” she said. “And during the night, you would hear that chain hoist, as if a coffin were being brought up. But when Ed went to check, there was nobody down there.”
A Catholic priest was enlisted to bless the house and even perform the sacred rites of mass inside the building, but after three days of peace the haunting had returned with a vengeance. Carmen and her husband Al were both attacked by the demonic force with objects thrown at them by unseen forces, mysterious scratches appeared on the children’s bodies. Finally, the decision was made to conduct an exorcism on the house. During the exorcism the researchers witnessed dish’s rattling the picture frames shaking and mysterious loud banging from within the walls, but following the ritual, “the house definitely felt lighter and the smell of roses came upon us we all felt a sense of calm and relief,” John Zaffis remembers.
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