Steven LaChance lived through what some call one of the most violent haunting cases in history. In 2012, in an unprecedented move the Roman Catholic Church issued a 156 page report calling his haunting a clear case of demonic infestation, oppression, and possession. The haunting lasted for ten years.
In October 2006, the Discovery Channel premiered its third season of its hit show "A Haunting" with an episode featuring Steven, his family, and friends on the haunting titled "Fear House." The depiction of this shows demonic clown has frightened many and is considered one of televisions most terrifying moments. "Fear House" has been seen by over 26 million people worldwide. In 2007, Steven released his first book about the haunting called, "The Uninvited" and it quickly gained critical praise and a worldwide audience. In 2010, Warner Brothers featured Steven and others talking about their haunting cases for a documentary for the smash hit CW show "Supernatural." The Warner Brothers DVD set for this show which featured the documentary hit number one on the charts worldwide. In 2014, Steven released his follow up book on the haunting, "Blessed Are The Wicked," which broke records hitting the charts within 5 minutes of its digital release and received critical acclaim for its worldwide release.
Steven has appeared on numerous radio shows, television appearances, and written media around the world including Fox, CNN, NBC, SyFy, Chiller, The Discovery Channel, Destination America, Travel Channel, Coast to Coast, and many more.
Steven was a featured guest of the sold out tours of the 4500 seat Fabulous Fox Theater in St. Louis in the Fall of 2014. This two night engagement sold out in less than ten minutes.
Steven is responsible for some of the most high profile cases in the last ten years. He was the first to investigate these locations and is responsible for putting them onto the paranormal map. These locations include, The Union Screaming House, Zombie Road, The Pythian Castle, Enochs Knob, Tri County Truck Stop, The Morse Mill Hotel, and he was the first investigator to be allowed to investigate some of the locations from the famed St. Louis Exorcist case which also included a location that only he has been able to investigate that some call the paranormal Holy Grail.
His newest book, Confrontation with Evil, is considered the definitive source on the 1949 possession case which inspired The Exorcist. It has been featured in The New York Post , The Sun, and many other media outlets around the world.