This week on The Dead Files, Amy Allan and Steve DiSchiavi head to Sedona, Arizona, where they investigate some downright scary paranormal activity.
Steve’s investigation leads him to looking into a cold case murder and he also examines what happened to the original Native Americans in the area.
Signs of human habitation in the area date back to between 11,500 and 9000 B.C. with numerous tribes and civilisations dwelling in the Verde Valley. About 650 A.D. the Sinagua people entered the area and remained there until around 1400 A.D.
However, the more recent history for Native American people in the valley is somewhat darker. In 1876 the Yavapai and Apache tribes were moved by force from the valley to the San Carlos Indian Reservation nearly 200 miles away. This winter march saw several hundred of the 1500 die and the rest were interned for over 20 years.
Amy’s investigation contrasts starkly with Steve’s as she claims to look beyond the tangible into the unseen as she takes a walk through the property. This evening foray leads to some encounters with some volatile and scary forces, but why are there there?
This is the final episode of this season, but fear not as The Dead File is back on May 6th with an all-new season.
The Dead Files airs at 10:00 PM on Travel Channel.
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