The Enfield Haunting To Take a Look at the Most Documented Tale of Paranormal Activity
As a paranormal buff few cases have fascinated me more than that of 1977’s Enfield Poltergeist. The haunting, which also happens to be the case being brought to the screen for The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist, is one of the most compelling tales of the supernatural ever told. A new three-part series is on its way to the UK entitled The Enfield Haunting is gearing up to tell the tale first!
Starring an award-winning cast and crew comes a brand new three-part series based upon the real events that occurred in that ordinary house in Enfield in 1977.
Adapted from Guy Lyon Playfair’s book This House is Haunted and drawing on extensive documentation, recordings and witness statements of the time, the show brings to life the phenomenon that remains to this day the most documented account of poltergeist activity in British history.
The stellar cast comprises of Timothy Spall OBE, recently bestowed the Best Actor accolade at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival for his role in Mike Leigh’s Mr Turner, BAFTA-winning actor Matthew Macfadyen and BAFTA-nominated actress Juliet Stevenson. They are joined by Olivier Award® winning young actress Eleanor Worthington-Cox in the lead role of Janet Hodgson, the youngest daughter of Peggy Hodgson played by British actress Rosie Cavaliero.
Kristoffer Nyholm, widely acclaimed for his work on the global hit drama “The Killing” will direct from screenplays by Joshua St Johnston.
Check out the trailer below along with an awesome prank video set up to promote the show below.