A single mother moves into a new house in Michigan with her three-year-old son and learns she has the ghost of a drug addict in the basement and a malevolent spirit in the attic.

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Anthony D. Call ...
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Christopher Adsit ...
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Alex Ballestero
William Bruno
Foye Dashiell
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Brenda Mikulka (as Pam Davis)
Matissa Fifer
Marc Gable ...
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Taylor Garber
Priscilla Hummell
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Tim Porter
Sophie Sellars ...
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April Terrell
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A single mother moves into a new house in Michigan with her three-year-old son. Her sister babysits in the daytime. Both women experience paranormal phenomena in the house. With the help of a team of paranormal investigators, and through their own investigations around the neighborhood, they discover they have the sad ghost of a freebasing drug addict in their basement and a malevolent spirit in the attic. The benign ghost is one thing, but the evil spirit sees the house's occupants as intruders and seems capable of inflicting physical harm. Written by J. Spurlin

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12 October 2006 (USA)  »

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Woman learns that the ghost of a drug addict is in the basement and an evil spirit in the attic...
19 September 2009 | by (U.S.A.) – See all my reviews

A single mother in Michigan moves into an old house in a residential neighborhood and has to overcome the bad feelings she and her sister gradually develop. Her sister babysits her three-year-old son in the daytime.

She blocks the door to the attic when she gets creepy feelings about disturbances she hears--but unfortunately the door is in her son's bedroom and he's the first to experience a frightful moment. When she and her sister do some detective work in the neighborhood, they learn that a drug addict was the former owner who died in the house. But even scarier is the fact that the attic creeps out anyone who dares to enter--and eventually the house has to be rid of the evil entity rooming there.

Shivery episode in this series is not as well acted as some of the others, but the story is gripping enough to hold the attention.


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