When Elaine Mercado and her first husband bought their home in Brooklyn, NY., in 1982, they had no idea that they and their two daughters were embarking on a 13-year nightmare. Grave's End is the true story of how one family tried to adjust to living in a haunted house. It also tells how,with the help of parapsychologist Dr. Hans Holzer and medium Marisa Anderson, they discovered the identities of the ghosts and were able to assist them to the "light." Elaine Mercado is a registered nurse, a CPR instructor, and certified clinical hypnotherapist. She continues to live in Gravesend with her husband, two daughters, and three pets.
It began with an ominous sense of being stared at said Elaine Mercado, who has documented her experiences living in a haunted home in Brooklyn in her book Grave's End. This Thursday night, she presented a spellbinding narrative of the disturbing events that occurred to her and her family. At first she simply heard names being called out and mumbling, but then she began to undergo "suffocating dreams" where it felt as though she was being pushed into the bed. "We started seeing little orbs the size of a golf ballâ€¦bouncing along the ceiling," Mercado said. Her daughter was also experiencing odd phenomena, such as having water dumped on her and being hit by a gerbil cage that was floating in the air. While cleaning out a room, they found a very small white wedding dress wrapped in newspaper that had been stored inside a wall. Sometime after that a psychic visited the home and out-of-the-blue said she saw a little lady hiding under the stairs. Eventually the famed ghost hunter ... More »Host: George Noory