A young couple move into a house on the New England coast, even though they are warned by the locals that the house is haunted. They soon find out how right the locals were when the ghost of the former owner, a sea captain, begins to take control of their lives.Written by
Have you ever had the feeling that you knew what someone was going to say just before he said it? Or have you ever walked into a strange room and had the sensation that you'd been there before? Well if you have, you've taken a small step beyond.
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Is it a case of paranormal, or a case of possession?
In The Captain's Guests (ep. 1-19) We have an overworked older man who takes his wife on a vacation trip. They stay in a house which was built by a sea captain, whose portrait hangs in the house.
After a time, the husband begins to accuse his wife of infidelity, but strangely, he insists on calling her by a different name. As time passes he begins acting more and more strangely. Is he possessed? Director John Newland calls to our attention that this is a true story. The transfer quality of this public domain work is better than average but still could be a lot better. A pity the original copyright holder dropped the ball on renewing their claim. The efforts by the public domain market monkeys have not done much for the quality of the transfer. (Big sigh).
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