Mystery of Ohio’s miracle house where thousands flock to be healed – with one man who had six months to live and 48 tumors in his body claiming terminal cancer is now CURED

An Ohio home has become a hotspot for miracle seekers after several people claimed the home cured them of terminal illnesses.

Reports of the astonishing events began in 1939, when Rhoda Wise entered the house at 2337 25th St. NE lived in Canton with her alcoholic husband and young adopted daughter.

Wise claimed that she developed a terminal illness and was sent home from the hospital to die in the ‘depression cabin’, as her home was previously known.

“So, she prayed because that’s all she could do,” said Karen Sigler, general manager at the nonprofit Rhoda Wise Home & Grotto.

Wise said she was then ‘visited by Jesus Christ’ – who allegedly sat in a wooden chair by her bed and healed her illness.

An Ohio home has become a hotspot for miracle seekers after several people claimed the home cured them of terminal illnesses

An Ohio home has become a hotspot for miracle seekers after several people claimed the home cured them of terminal illnesses

Reports of the astonishing events began in 1939, when Rhoda Wise (pictured) in the house at 2337 25th St.  NE lived in Canton with her alcoholic husband and young adopted daughter

Reports of the astonishing events began in 1939, when Rhoda Wise (pictured) in the house at 2337 25th St. NE lived in Canton with her alcoholic husband and young adopted daughter

Wise claimed that she developed a terminal illness and was sent home from the hospital to die in the 'depression hut', as her home was formerly known

Wise claimed that she developed a terminal illness and was sent home from the hospital to die in the ‘depression hut’, as her home was formerly known

Wise said she was 'visited by Jesus Christ' - who allegedly sat in a wooden chair beside her bed and healed her illness

Wise said she was ‘visited by Jesus Christ’ – who allegedly sat in a wooden chair beside her bed and healed her illness

After word got out about the miracle, people flocked to the house to see the house and see the chair where Jesus was believed to have sat.

After word got out about the miracle, people flocked to the house to see the house and see the chair where Jesus was believed to have sat.

‘Jesus came and sat in the chair by her bed. She asked him, “Did you come for me?” And he said, “No, your time hasn’t come yet,” says Sigler, “A month later he returned with St. Therese, and she was the one who put her hands on Rhoda’s stomach and her stomach was completely healed. .’

After her miraculous recovery from her cancer and the deadly infection she suffered after the removal of a 39-pound tumor, she then developed stigmata – which many Christians believe are the spontaneous bleeding on the body that corresponds to the crucifixion wounds of Jesus.

After word got out about the miracle, people flocked to the house to see the house and see the chair where Jesus was believed to have sat.

Members of the public sought spiritual guidance and reporters were sent from newspapers and national magazines to write about Ohio’s miracle house.

People wanted to witness the ‘heavenly visitations’ that Wise received until her death in 1948.

“During one of the visits, Jesus blessed the water (in a large pitcher) and told Rhoda that those who use this water will be rewarded for their faith,” Sigler said.

Members of the public sought spiritual guidance and reporters were sent from newspapers and national magazines to write about Ohio's wonder house

Members of the public sought spiritual guidance and reporters were sent from newspapers and national magazines to write about Ohio’s wonder house

After her miraculous recovery from her cancer and the deadly infection she suffered after the removal of a 39-pound tumor, she developed stigmata—which many Christians believe are the spontaneous bleeding on the body that corresponds to the crucifixion wounds of Jesus

After her miraculous recovery from her cancer and the deadly infection she suffered after the removal of a 39-pound tumor, she developed stigmata—which many Christians believe are the spontaneous bleeding on the body that corresponds to the crucifixion wounds of Jesus

People wanted to witness the 'heavenly visitations' that Wise received until her death in 1948

People wanted to witness the ‘heavenly visitations’ that Wise received until her death in 1948

Rhoda wasn’t the only person to experience shocking recovery in the house.

Dr. Mark Shoag, who was diagnosed with stage 4 sarcoma, and his wife Betsy shared their miracles with Fox 8.

“Honestly, just as a doctor I felt there was no way I could get out of this hospital,” said Dr. Shoag, “I was breathing hard, I couldn’t walk.”

“He had 48 tumors,” said Betsy, who is also a respiratory therapist, “Forty tumors in his lung and the remaining tumors were in his liver and once you get tumors in the liver, they only have months to live. ”

A friend told the woman about Rhoda Wise – and she decided to bring a piece of her husband’s clothes, who was too ill to go home himself, to place on the chair in which ‘Jesus sat has’.

After four months of not being able to walk or get out of bed, Shoag was suddenly able to walk to the grocery store.

He then went to Canton to visit the house himself – and six years later, Shoag was almost fully recovered.

“It was literally miraculous,” says Betsy, “He’s doing well, he’s receiving treatment and he’s happy.”

“I’m six years later,” says dr. Shoag, “my lungs are stable, the only place I have a tumor left is the liver. And I don’t know if I’d be here if I hadn’t gone to Rhoda Wise. I mean for me it was a miracle.’

Another person who benefited from the miracles of Wise’s humble home was Andrea Kissel-Conti, who visited the home when she was five years old and suffered from ‘incurable kidney disease’.

The house is free to visit and welcome to all, regardless of their faith.  The 'Miracle House' has even become a five-star Ohio tourist attraction

The house is free to visit and welcome to all, regardless of their faith. The ‘Miracle House’ has even become a five-star Ohio tourist attraction

“I had a vision of St. Therese, and she said to me in a little while, tell them you’ll get better in a little while, tell them you’ll get better, and she smiled and the whole time were there rose petals just falling,’ says Andrea, ‘And I’ve never had to go to the doctor with any kidney disease.’

Bobbi McKnight suffered from double vision, which miraculously disappeared after she visited the home.

The house is free to visit and welcome to all, regardless of their faith.

The ‘Miracle House’ has even become an Ohio tourist attraction, receiving five stars on the review site TripAdvisor.com.

‘If you need a moment with God or maybe even a healing, come here. As their sign says, denomination doesn’t matter here,’ said Ron R in a review on TripAdvisor.com.

“A visit to the Rhoda Wise House is amazing,” said Kara B on TripAdvisor.com. ‘ The story of Mrs. Wise is amazing and beautiful. Miracles have happened here. The process for beatification and canonization is currently underway.’

Visitors can go home with a bottle of holy water from Rhoda Wise’s house as a souvenir.