Old Indian churches have a different feel to them than your average non Native church. Some believe their origination and foundations come from the old ceremonial ways. Some of the practices and songs have been around since Christianity was introduced to the Native people and passed down from generation to generation. The impact they have on the surrounding families are strong and life long and some believe they even carry over to the next life. Paranormal activity at these old Indian churches are common and in most cases, welcomed.
These activities, which include movements, voices and shadows among many others, are believed to be former church members and loved ones who have passed on and buried on the grounds who are only wanting to join in on the fellowship and the singing. Their Church was like a home.
In the 5th feature documentary from The Native American Paranormal Project visits one of these churches in Seminole County, OK. The film shares the history and story of how they kept these old traditional practices alive. Then see when they sit down with the current members and elders and hear their stories of unexplained events that have been going on for years. And finally, watch the real footage when the team entered the grounds one September night and captured some of their most compelling stuff to date. This is the story of Rock Springs Indian Baptist Church in "Our Church".
Join Anthony and Luci as they talk to Choctaw filmmaker Mark D Williams about his newest production and the connections his team made while filming this amazing documentary.