Well we find ourselves back in Georgia for the second time this season. Although, in the southern part of Georgia, just a 90-minute drive from Jacksonville Florida. The town in this case was in Blackshear, Georgia. The homes were old and very southern with spacious porches to relax on. I actually pictured myself hanging out on one of these porches with a drink in one hand and a nice cigar in the other. A far cry from the Brooklyn streets I grew up on, but I could definitely see myself in a town like this. The only problem I had was the lack of good restaurants to choose from. I can only eat so much fried foods….lol.
This case was very interesting from the beginning; the family had relocated from a bigger city within Georgia due to a job transfer for the father of the family. This investigation involved a special needs person that was right in the middle of all the activity associated with the home. When the family moved there, all they saw was this beautiful home. The previous owner left, leaving everything behind, never speaking or meeting the new owners. They had no IDEA what he really left behind.
The home had come with quite a history. What I learned during my investigation was that whatever was in this house was interacting directly with this special needs person. I felt deeply for the parents as well as for the other young adults that lived there. They were two young men who were terrified to stay there alone. The house had so much activity it seemed that they were at their wits end and desperately needed our help. Whatever was there in this home was making it clear it wanted attention, and it was being pretty blunt about it. So check it out and see what the Dead Files team was able to do for them…SD