|Theresa I have learned that I am sensitive to the paranormal.
As a child, I lived in a very active house. The activity focused on
my self and my two younger sisters. It was a classic type event.
Our parents never believed that the house was haunted and
never wanted to discuss events. In the six years that we lived in
that house, I constantly would see a male who would walk the
house at night. He would attack my sisters. He was very violent
to them. One night my youngest sister was attacked in the
bathroom because she told me about the man. She woke the
house screaming in the bathroom. When my Father got to her
she had blood flowing out of her nose. When Dad asked her what
happened she replied, “He hit me cause I told Tim about him.”
My Father got his 45 and searched the house. He went down in
to the basement. Boom Boom two shots; my dad yelled, “Call the
police”. He said he saw some one going out the back basement
door and fired two shots at him. The police arrived to find
My Father was a veteran of Korea and Vietnam. Not one to over
act. He later said it must have been his imagination.
This and many events would be written off as: dreams over
I started doing paranormal investigations with Stevens group
MPR. After several years just investigating I opted to join Steven
and Theresa in helping in extreme haunting.
My background of living in an extreme haunting has given me a
special knowledge, along with my background of faith education
has allowed me to help others that are involved with the
“There is no such thing as Casper the friendly ghost”.
“There should never be a reason for the spirit world to be in
contact with the world we live in”.
“NEVER use a Ouija board or any other method to try to contact
the spirit world”.
These are my approaches to the paranormal. We strive to help
people who are willing to help themselves. Through prayer,
blessings, along with faith counseling, we have been successful
in helping many a family to battle the evil that the spirit world
can bring to a home.
Tim Clifton "Fireman Tim"
A Note from Steven:
Fireman Tim is a sort of hero in the community I live in. He was
the one that taught a whole generation about fire safety. Fire
Safety Education is still a passion of his today. Many times you
will hear him on my morning radio show, discussing safety, the
paranormal, first aid, and anything else that comes to mind. Tim
is a true friend and a true hero. He was the first one that would
listen to me when I began to understand that the Union Haunting
was demonic in nature. At that time, I felt like "chicken little"
running around screaming the sky is falling. Tim put me back on
track and helped steer my way back onto the road toward
recovery for everyone involved. Though we have many of the
same views, we both like to debate each other until the cows
come home. My friend Fireman Tim is a man that has saved
many human lives, both physically and spiritually. He is truly
one of my heroes and I would hope he would become one of
Steven A. LaChance