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Reflections In The Dark visits The Sallie House with Debra & Tony Pickman

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Night 1 Occultoberfest 2010: In 1992 Debra and her husband Tony moved into and experienced one of the most notoriously haunted homes in the Midwest; complete with apparitions, apportations, disembodied voices, items moving on their own, electrical interference and most widely known, physical bodily harm. In 1995, fearful of the safety of their family, and 22 months after moving in, they were forced to move out. Their story has been featured in Paramount's 2-hour movie, Heartland Ghost, and televised on "Sightings", "A Haunting", Unexplained Mysteries", "My Ghost Story" and more. In early 2004, Debra returned to the house with other investigation teams in order to begin investigating it again. In June 2005, Tony joined her in this endeavor. They speak at various venues across the states, and have interviewed with numerous radio shows over the years in an attempt to help and guide others. Their website, http://www.thesalliehouse.com, is specifically dedicated to the factual representation of the Sallie House location. Debra's recently released book, The Sallie House Haunting, details every aspect of the couples experiences while living in the house./ Also joining us is Renee Pawlish who co-authored the book The Sallie House: Exposing The Beast Within along with Reflections In The Dark co-host Joe Cetrone. Covering current events, news, media, the normal and paranormal Reflections In The Dark will go deeper into the shadows to reveal what is really going on out there. No topic if off limits and no corner will be left unexposed. Commentary, interviews, discussions and exposing what has remained hidden happens here on Reflections In The Dark. Ephesians 5:11 Take no part in the worthless deeds of evil & darkness; instead expose them. CONSIDER THEM EXPOSED.