Unsolved Mysteries: 50 Strange Cases From The States of America

Colorado: The Black Forest haunting

In 1990, Steve Lee moved his family into a log cabin home in the Black Forest region of northern Colorado. They rented it for a year before purchasing it, but once the land was theirs, things started getting weird. Initially, lights and electronic devices started turning off and on and eerie noises sometimes filled the air. But things got worse when the children began seeing figures lurking in the woods. Thinking it was pranksters, the Lee family installed motion detectors and cameras. However, the motion detectors would go off when nothing seemed to be happening on the cameras. Steve Lee added more cameras capturing more unexplainable phenomena like orbs, beams of light, and sometimes ghostly forms with faces.




The Lees could no longer pretend the cameras were the problem and they contacted the television show “Sightings” to document what became one of the most famous hauntings in America. The Sightings crew experienced and captured quite a bit of the phenomenon themselves. Cameras were knocked off tripods and one of their producers experienced an attempted possession. A Hopi shaman who was called in to consult claims the house is located on a “rip in the space-time continuum.” “The Lee family lives there to this day, still reporting the same phenomena.”





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