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There is no Next Episode of A Haunting planned.
In this world, there is real evil. It lurks in the darkest shadows, as well as the most unassuming places. It wears many masks, to deceive us and ultimately to destroy us.
When Bonnie and her family buy a 19th century farmhouse in rural Connecticut, they sense that they are being watched. After two of the children are physically attacked by unseen entities, the family contacts a world-renown team of psychic investigators – to find out what they are living with, and what it wants from them.
As the strange occurrences become increasingly violent, Bonnie develops a psychic connection with someone from the past… and investigators witness the escalation of the haunting from obsession to possession.
Spiritualists sometimes refer to a region of existence where spirits roam free of material bodies as Summerland. On the shores of West Bay Lake, Wisconsin, there is a house where the living and the dead exist under the same roof. The new owners call it Summerwind.
The house has stood for nearly fifty years before Ginger sees it, and falls in love. Despite warnings that it is haunted, she moves her family into the old mansion, and begins a meticulous restoration. As time passes, Ginger becomes increasingly obsessed with the prospect of returning the house to its original glory…. While a supernatural presence drives her husband to the brink of homicidal madness.
Faced with the violent destruction of their family, Ginger and her children live in growing fear that the house will eventually consume them all.
Ron and Nancy are convinced that their new home is too good to be true: The historic Baltimore house is ideally suited to their budget and accommodating to their large family. Only the seller has doubts that they will be happy here. As they plan their future, he casually says, "I hope you're good fighters."
At first, their fight is with the house itself. The electricity is unreliable. Faucets turn on and off for no reason. Objects move by themselves when no one is looking. The family tries to rationalize these strange occurrences, but Nancy perceives a more serious threat. An old woman, in historic clothing, appears to her in a dream… and laughs as the family tries to escape their burning home.
As the haunting grows more intense, the family learns that their house is a way-station between life and death… and they begin to ponder the stories they've heard about the previous owner, who nailed all of the windows shut. Was she trying to keep something out? Or was something trying to keep her in?
Modern science tells us that, on the simplest level, the material world is nothing but energy, and we are all physically connected to the world around us.
This might explain why Romie feels drawn to the abandoned house in Tucson, Arizona, that becomes her future home. It is as if she has been there before, or as if she was always meant to be there. After she moves in, Romie begins to have recurring nightmares that slowly bleed into her waking life. Late one night, she sees a shadowy spirit pacing in her hallway.
A clairvoyant later suggests that she try to make contact, to ask what her visitor wants, but Romie is overwhelmed by fear. Since the spirit seems only to threaten her directly, she begins to question her own sanity: Is the house haunted, or is Romie herself cursed?
There are some ties that cannot be broken – like the maternal bond between a mother and her daughter… and the psychic link between a killer and his victim.
When Al and Kellie, and her six-year-old daughter Hailey, move into a newly renovated townhouse in Montreal, they know all about the tragedy of its former residents: A single mother and her teenage daughter were evicted from the building, prompting the young girl to commit suicide. In time, they discover that her suicide was not the end of the girl's tragedy. Audio recordings lead them to believe that she has returned to her home… And someone else has followed her.
As Al becomes obsessed with a decades-old murder mystery, Kellie realizes that an unhappy ghost is clinging to her like a new mother… and the spirit of a cold-hearted killer is trying to sever all of their family ties.
In Springfield, Illinois, the Lake Club is a monument to a bygone era – a dance hall where crowds once thrived on the sounds of classic jazz… and gamblers bet everything on a roll of the dice. Fortunes were won and lost here; entire lives built and destroyed in a single night.
In 1974, Bill and Tom transform the grand old dame into a rock n roll nightclub, and immediately begin to learn her darkest secrets. Phantom music and inexplicable blasts of cold air make each of them believe that, even when they are the only living people inside the Lake Club, they are not alone.
Others begin to share their fears, and one young woman bears the burden of a terrifying secret, a ghost's solemn warning: One of the owners is about to die.
In life, people can be tormented by their own crimes. The same may be true in death – angry spirits become imprinted on the place where they lost their humanity.
In the town of Wilder, Kentucky, a nightclub stands on the banks of the Licking River ‚Äì one of the few waterways in the world that flows true north. Club owner Bobby Mackey has heard tales that the river draws murderers and Satanists to the area like a great magnet, and that there have been times when the waters ran red with blood. Bobby doesn't believe the stories, even after his wife Janet and employee Carl are attacked by the dead.
Deep in the bowels of the club stands an old slaughterhouse well, harboring an evil older than the building itself. When the time is right, it will rise to attack Janet‚Äôs unborn baby, and claim Carl's immortal soul.
How would our reality be different if we could not perceive and communicate in the more conventional ways?
Since birth, Marie has watched Julie communicate with things unseen, and wondered: Is she communicating with angels, or something else? A session with a ouija board transforms Marie‚Äôs home into a portal for the diabolical, and the family realizes only too late that evil can lurk in the most ordinary places, and in the most innocent people.