Rehabbing your home usually unearths some unpleasant
surprises like crooked walls or bad wiring. But St. James homeowner Jeanette Meyran dealt with something much worse: demons.
Meyran, widow of Bronx firefighter Curtis Meyran who died in the Black Sunday blaze of 2005 that killed two men, chronicles her experience on SyFy’s Paranormal Witness, which aired last Wednesday.
Meyran told the New York Post she moved to the St. James home to get out of the relentless eye of the media. In 2006, she took her two daughters out to Long Island for a “fresh start”.
In the Post article, Meyran said during renovations a large pentagram was found on the basement floor along with bones and teeth. A diary found in the home describes sexual abuse by a young girl named Christina, who belonged to a cult and performed animal sacrifices, according to Meyran.
Her daughter Angela said a devil like figure stepped out of her bedroom mirror.
“This figure, 8 feet tall with horns and a tail, bent down and stepped out…I saw its claws. (It was) walking towards me. He smelled like rotting, dead flesh.”
The episode airs again on Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Did you catch the show?