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Ghost Stories 2: Unmasking the Dead

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Documentary
Release Date:October 24, 2008
Running time:73 minutes
Cast:Sarah Mynett, Marilene Isaacs, Tracy Bacon, Larry Brown, Wanda Lou Willis
Director:Dan T. Hall
Producer:Dan T. Hall
Writer:Dan T. Hall
Distributor:Vizmo Films

Web Site: http://www.ghoststoriesmovie.com/

Description: Explore haunted sites around Indiana with Hoosier filmmaker Dan T. Hall as he seeks out definitive communication with the other side. Walk the rooms of historic Cliff House in Madison with 20-year-old Michael Jones, the boy who reportedly inspired the blockbuster movie The Sixth Sense; visit Whispers Estate in Mitchell in search of "Rachel," a little girl who died in the house; creep into the basement at Tuckaway in Indianapolis to find spirits lurking in dark corners; discover the Wayne County Historical Museum in Richmond and listen for the voice of a 3,000-year-old mummy; and delve into the tragedy of a family torn apart by murder in Hagerstown. Ghost Stories 2: Unmasking the Dead also features historical intuitive Marilene Isaacs of Bob & Tom Radio Show fame, demonologist Tracy Bacon, international clairvoyant Larry Brown, folklore historian Wanda Lou Willis, and members of the nonprofit investigative group Indiana Ghost Trackers.

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