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Sean Hood Brings Us The Haunting in New York

Sean Hood Brings Us The Haunting in New YorkOkay, so we’ve officially got a franchise on our hands. The success of The Haunting in Connecticut already spawned one sequel that will be lensing soon, The Haunting in Georgia, but apparently there’s one more on the way after that!

According to Variety horror scribe Sean Hood (Cube 2: Hypercube, Halloween: Resurrection) has been tapped to pen The Haunting in New York for Gold Circle Films. The studio noted that neither Georgia nor New York are direct sequels to Connecticut but instead are self-contained films with unique characters.

The Haunting in New York is based on the rights to “A Haunting: The Diabolical,” a TV documentary that ran in 2006 on the Discovery Channel. “The Diabolical” was the second episode in the second season of the ongoing series. Check out the synopsis for the episode below.

“Marie’s daughter suffers from a mental condition that keeps her from speaking. During the three years they’ve lived in their home, Marie has witnessed her communicating with someone she could not see. Marie was unworried, having decided it was positive angels. But upon his first visit Marie’s boyfriend, Chris, feels a dark presence in the house. Using a Ouija board, the two unintentionally open up the home to a diabolical that is using Julie as a portal. A team of paranormal investigators soon decide the case is more serious than they can handle and arrange with the Church for an exorcism.”

For a bit more check out Sean Hood’s official blog.

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Steve Barton

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  • Floydian Trip

    I’d like to be involved in an exorcism someday.

  • Terminal

    The only thing New York is haunted by is inflation and a bad economy. Look out Bill Maher!
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