pales in comparison to (the 2002 documentary) A Haunting in Connecticut
this feature length documentary on an alleged real life haunting has it eerie moments to be sure,but the whole thing just doesn't quite add up for me.there are some positive things about it though.the music,for one.it's suitable eerie,to say the least.and once again,the narration of Tony Call(The F.B.I. Files)is is a perfect fit for this type of documentary.a few things bothered me though.for instance,when the family members were being interviewed about the events,they didn't come across to me as being completely sincere or genuine.and as another reviewer commented,why would the family stay in the house after all they had been through?apparently they are still living there and still experiencing activity.to me,that doesn't make sense.which is why is i use the word alleged.for a much better documentary dealing with a real life horror,i would recommend A Haunting In Connecticut,which is much more believable and terrifying.A Haunting in Georgia has its moments,just not that many,and there are too many inconsistencies. 6/10
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