Jim Harrington just inherited his uncle's mansion, located in the country, on an isolated road, with 1,000 acres of mostly wooded land. The closest neighbor was about two miles down the old gravel road from the farm. The mansion was pretty run down and needed a lot of work to make it livable again. Since Jim was a handy man, this was right up his alley.
Jim never knew the real reason his uncle died. The lawyer told Jim at the reading of the will that he died of a heart attack. So Jim didn't question it, and just signed the papers, ready to take on this big responsibility ahead of him.
Jim was also unaware of the mansion's past. The mansion was acquired in the 1700's by a woman accused of witchcraft and burned at the stake on the very same property where she was accused of practicing witchcraft.
Even though Jim inherited the farm 200 years later, many families before him died in the mansion and on the grounds by unknown circumstances. Satanic cults have held rituals on the property, undetected for many years because of the endless acres of wooded area.
There is an old legend that a man by the name of Jethro Mason was the grandfather of the woman accused of witchcraft. After Jethro heard about his granddaughter being burned at the stake, he went after the townspeople who took part in his granddaughter's death. Download and start listening now!