EVPs at the Villisca Axe Murder House
Killed with an Axe by an Unknown Assailant
EVPs at the Villisca Axe Murder
Killed with an Axe by an Unknown Assailant - 8 People Murdered in their Beds in Villisca
These are three
great EVPs (spirit voices
captured on audio tape) that were recorded during PRISM's 2005
paranormal investigations of the Villisca Axe Murder House, where eight
people were bludgeoned to death in 1912. In this audio presentation, the
voice of two children can be heard talking.
There were no children
present during our investigations ...with that, we ask you to be the
judge on what it is that we recorded at the home.
When listening to the audio, it may help to know the names and ages of
the children that were murdered in the home - Herman (age 11), Katherine
Moore (age 10), Boyd Moore (age 7), Paul Moore (age 5), Lena Stillinger
(age 11) and Ina Stillinger (age 8.)
Almost 97 years ago, long before serial killers and mass murders had
become a way of life, two adults and 6 children were found brutally
murdered in their beds in the small mid-western town of Villisca, Iowa.
Villisca is a city in Montgomery County, Iowa, United States. On June 10th, 1912, six members of the Moore family and two young house guests were killed with an axe by an unknown assailant.
has inspired two published books: Roy Marshall's Villisca and
Stephen Bowman's fictionalized Morning Ran Red. Kelly and Tammy
Rundle's documentary Villisca: Living with a Mystery also dealt
with the incident.
|Scariest Places On Earth
researchers pay a visit to a home that is reportedly haunted. As the
story unfolds, the team visits a farmhouse where in 1912, someone hacked
an entire family to death with an axe.
The killer was never caught, and the crime remains a mystery to this
day. This series is no longer available and there is no DVD set.
Here is what someone in Virginia wrote on a blog concerning this series:
"Fox Family Channel by the turn of the century was bought out by ABC TV
who is in turn owned by Disney.
Disney being family friendly canned this show in 2001. There were a few
designated replays of the show on Family Channel but that was just to
finish out the obligations to the creators of the show.
Today this shows' video tapes sits in the vault somewhere at Family
Channel Studios collecting dust and waiting to be released on DVD uncut
uncensored and unedited. But knowing Michael Eisner and Disney that
ain't never going to happen."
|Haunting Villisca Trailer
A fictional feature length movie inspired by the true story of Iowa's historic, unsolved Villisca axe murders
and the actual paranormal investigations there.
When Professor David Salt's guilty secrets draw him
to the fabled town of Villisca, past and present collide
as he is driven to help the trapped spirits,
and to seek his own redemption by facing the darkness
harbored in the small white house.
The case has also inspired a feature narrative project entitled Haunting
Villisca, co-authored by James Serpento and Kimberly Busbee,
directed by Serpento and produced by Busbee for AriesWorks
Haunting Villisca combines a fictionalized
present-day scenario with scenes suggested by courtroom transcripts,
folklore and current paranormal investigations of the house where the
murders occurred. The picture premiered in Villisca in the spring of