Howls & Screams at San Haven Sanatorium When We Enter a Satanic Ritualic Alter

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SAN HAVEN SANITORIUM in ND is a mammoth abandoned facility built in 1908. It was used to house tuberculosis patients. Many patients & children died here.

During our investigation, Scott & I came upon what appeared to be an area used for satanic rituals. Blood drippings on the ducts, a pentagram drawn on the floor, burns, wax drippings from candles. As soon as we came to this area, we thought we heard dogs howling loudly, but there were screams that didn’t make sense. It was mid afternoon & not only was the timing of the howling & screaming during day hours unusual, but the fact it started when we got to that area & stopped immediately after we left was even more unusual & eery. We made our observations & quickly left.

After we listened to the recording we do not believe it was dogs howling, but rather the screams & cries of ghosts that the locals claim they hear at the mammoth facility.

Pentagrams are a symbol of protection. Christianity took this symbol of protection & turned it into something evil. And when you hear what is said, you will understand better that these spirits screaming/howling had a protective tone.

Since I’ve been at San Haven, they have always been worried about us falling,tripping, etc. 3 evp’s that made reference to this fact….”I don’t want you to fall,” “Take big steps,” & at the end of this video, another spirit makes reference to this. With all of the debris from the destruction of the facility, it is indeed dangerous to navigate & almost impossible to get to certain areas like this one.



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