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The Allen House 

With great pride and excitement, Professor Mark Spencer and his wife Rebecca have just purchased the historic Allen House in Arkansas. The house has a unique character, but they begin to ... See full summary »

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Anthony D. Call ...
Himself - Narrator (voice)
Candy Dennis
Jacob Eiseman ...
Teenager #3
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Rachel Ellis
Stephen H. Kelley ...
Old Prentiss
Michael Kirkland ...
Professor Mark Spencer (as Michael Kirkland)
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LaDell Allen
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Rebecca Spencer
Mark Spencer ...
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Rebecca Spencer ...
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Young LaDell Allen
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With great pride and excitement, Professor Mark Spencer and his wife Rebecca have just purchased the historic Allen House in Arkansas. The house has a unique character, but they begin to experience unexplained events shortly after moving in. After exhaustive research, Mark learns that the house may be haunted by the spirit of a woman named LaDell, who mysteriously died in the master bedroom. But Mark and Rebecca do not believe in ghosts. They remain skeptical until Rebecca comes face to face with a faceless spirit. Determined to get answers, Mark calls investigators to determine if the spirit means them harm. What he uncovers is the dark and troubling truth...about LaDell's suicide. Written by Anonymous

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2 November 2012 (USA)  »

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