A York County, Pennsylvania, woman and her husband who placed everything they had into buying their house seven years ago, are now fighting to avoid being chased out of it after suffering attacks from what they say are multiple ghosts and at least one demon in their basement.
Journalists from FOX 43 who recently went to investigate as skeptics say they left the home as believers in the supernatural as they were pinched and scratched by the evil forces inside the home.
"Five plus," said homeowner Deanna Simpson of the number of ghosts inside the house she purchased with her husband seven years ago. "I have some here that are protecting me, some women here that are protecting me, but the majority are bad, dark forces, inhuman."
She explained to FOX 43 that she and her husband did not realize that the house was haunted until after they moved. The couple said they thought about leaving but have no plans to suffer a financial loss due to ghosts.
"We put everything into this house," said Simpson. "And we do want to move, but we would have to list it at such a price where we could recoup what we put in."
Simpson provided video, photo and audio evidence of incidents of visitors to the home being scratched, voices of children laughing and dogs barking with no evidence of their physical presence in the home.
She also has a photo of a 7-foot-tall shadow figure she believes is a demon that lives in her basement. And she poured her heart out about what she has suffered during an episode of the Travel Channel's "The Dead Files" to homicide Detective Steve DiSchiavi on Saturday.
"I want my home back, I feel like I live in a house of hell," Simpson told DiSchiavi.
"I'm so tired of it. I'm so done of it. I'm seeing apparitions, I'm seeing shadow figures. We're seeing black mists, I'm hearing growls, I'm being bit, scratched," she added.
Amy Allan, a physical medium who works with DiSchiavi on "The Dead Files," explained on the show that a demonic spirit haunted the spirits of frightened women who were murdered in the home.
Photojournalist Nick Petrillo of FOX 43 said shortly after he entered Simpson's home to do a report he felt a scratch on his wrist that was preceded by burning.
Simpson helped him out with some holy water and explained to him that it was: "Because you're telling the story. Because you're putting it out there, because they don't want — that is their, I'm just telling you, right now that is their way of a warning."
WATCH THE FULL EPISODE OF THE DEAD FILES FEATURING THE HOUSE BELOW: