The Haunting In Connecticut
Matthew Campbell has struggled with medical issues since early childhood. Because of the constant trips to and from the hospital for him to undergo cancer treatments, his mother and father consider finding a rental home closer to the facility. On the way back from one such treatment, they find the perfect upstate Victorian style house. In the months that follow, everyone’s demeanor seems to change for the worse, and very bizarre things begin to occur such as visions of malpractice embalming’s taking place in the former funeral parlor. Hundreds of bodies are found in the walls that are believed to have been controlled through necromancy. The plot for the entire film was provided by the Snedeker family who occupied the residence in 1986. According to skeptic investigator, Benjamin Radford, most of the story, like most Hollywood pictures, is blown out of proportion.