In the 1960s, a Brady Bunch-like family moves into a historic Baltimore house that proves haunted. The ghost expert Hans Holzer comes to the rescue.





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Anthony D. Call ...
Himself - Narrator (voice)
Nancy Stallings ...
Himself - Paranormal Researcher


In the 1960s, Nancy and Ron Stallings can't believe their luck when they find a historic Baltimore house within their price range and large enough for their Brady Bunch-like family. Their first sign of trouble comes from the seller, who delivers a cryptic warning. After they've moved in, they experience weird phenomena. Faucets go on and off by themselves. The dish drainer moves from one counter to another in the blink of an eye. Meanwhile, Nancy is having a recurring nightmare about an evil old woman attacking her family. Ron has his uncle, a priest, come to the house and bless it. But that night, something causes the objects on the porch to fly around and hit the house. Nancy finally writes to the ghost expert Hans Holzer, who, with the help of a trance medium, finally sheds some light on what is happening. Written by J. Spurlin

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It takes Hanz Holzer and a trance medium to come to the rescue...
2 October 2009 | by (U.S.A.) – See all my reviews

Interesting episode has a family looking for an affordable house and finding one roomy enough for a Brady bunch family of kids.

Soon mild disturbances occur and the children are often frightened at night by noises and footsteps shuffling down the hallway. They all feel as though they're being watched. Faucets turn on and off by themselves and objects on the porch start to make a racket as they move around.

A visiting uncle dashes out of the house after ascending a stairway for a look at the upper level--making a hasty retreat with an excuse that he has to keep another appointment. Finally, toward the end, it is he who visits a local Hall of Records to determine whether any of the names mentioned by Hans Holzer and his medium trance worker really existed. They do. And he discovers that every occupant who lived in the house had at least one person die while they lived there.

This news, of course, is the final straw. The couple are finally able to sell the house and move on with their lives--much to the relief of their children. But what awaits the new occupants? Good episode, even if all of the plot elements have been used many times.

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