In 1990, Steve Lee moved his family into a log cabin home in the Black Forest region of southern 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 kept turning off and on, and eerie noises sometimes filled the air. But things got worse when the children began seeing shadowy figures lurking in the woods. This was followed by a strange odor that wafted through the cabin that burned the family’s throats and eyes.
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 phenomenon themselves. Cameras were knocked off tripods, one of their producers experienced an attempted possession, and the medium working with them determined there were multiple spirits in the house and a “rift in space-time” on the property.
The psychic also identified one of the spirits as someone the Lees knew, the son of a friend who everyone believed died of an overdose. His spirit allegedly told the medium that he was actually murdered.