New house smells strange, so man checks the vents and finds this

James and Mandy Fiser’s dream home purchase took a dark and unexpected turn.

The couple, married for five years, just moved to their long-awaited dream home in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, only to discover disturbing mysteries that made them question their decision.

The couple’s excitement turned to apprehension when they discovered a mysterious trap door in their kitchen, a detail overlooked during their first visit with the real estate agent.

Determined to unlock the secrets hidden beneath their new home, the couple discovered a key hidden in an unexpected place – inside an air vent in their home office.

Opening the door hidden behind an antique cabinet in the kitchen, the couple descended into a dark basement filled with antique furniture, wine barrels and framed photos.

However, their discovery did not stop there. In a small, locked trapdoor in the basement, the couple found a box containing old recipes and, to their amazement, the original plans for the house dating from 1887.

As the Fisers delved deeper into the history of their new home, they realized their dream home had a darker past. The box also contained strange jars with preserved food and, more disturbingly, various animal carcasses.

The couple’s dog, Scout, had been barking relentlessly in a corner of the living room, leading them to another hidden air vent that was not included in the updated plans.

Disturbed by the grisly discovery, the Fisers contacted professionals to investigate further.

The maintenance team, equipped to open the mysterious vent, discovered a terrifying scene – jars filled with putrid liquids and several animal carcasses and bones.

In a surprising twist, the maintenance team revealed that such discoveries were not uncommon in old Victorian homes in Pennsylvania.

The artifacts were linked to a tradition known as “powwow,” a ritual healing practice combining elements of religion and belief with health and healing.

The Fisers learned that the previous occupant, an old lady, had probably engaged in these practices for healing purposes.

Despite the cultural context provided by the maintenance team, James and Mandy Fiser decided to remove the troubling artifacts to eliminate the disturbing odor and create a more comfortable living environment.

The couple express relief at finally understanding the source of the strange events and are determined to make their dream home truly theirs.

The house, now cleared of mysterious remains, is ready for the couple to continue building their lives without the haunting secrets of the past.

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