Members of the Amish community retell their haunted experiences they believe resulted from violating their religious laws.


Eric Evangelista

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Series cast summary:
Anthony D. Call Anthony D. Call ...  Himself - Narrator 6 episodes, 2014
Debbie Hartner ...  Amish Wife / ... 4 episodes, 2014
Gigi Cesarè ...  Sarah Lapp 3 episodes, 2014
Dominic Wergeland Dominic Wergeland ...  Jeremiah Lapp 3 episodes, 2014
Christopher Roe Christopher Roe ...  Amish Son / ... 3 episodes, 2014
Bill Egan Bill Egan ...  Player 3 Devil / ... 3 episodes, 2014
Tracy Flynn Tracy Flynn ...  Fortune Seeker / ... 3 episodes, 2014
Jeffrey Alan Solomon ...  Amish Bishop / ... 3 episodes, 2014
Bill Hayek Bill Hayek ...  Sam Yoder / ... 2 episodes, 2014
Mark Collmer Mark Collmer ...  Bishop / ... 2 episodes, 2014
Lauren Dougherty ...  Mary Fisher / ... 2 episodes, 2014
Morgan Hammel ...  Joanna (2014) / ... 2 episodes, 2014
Jordan Navarro Jordan Navarro ...  Blind Boy / ... 2 episodes, 2014
Chase Bolnick ...  Jeremiah Miller 2 episodes, 2014
Gillian Bolnick Gillian Bolnick ...  English Daughter 2 episodes, 2014
James Donahue ...  Bishop / ... 2 episodes, 2014
Kristin Nicole Flynn Kristin Nicole Flynn ...  Miss Stoftfuzs / ... 2 episodes, 2014
Megan Teresa Flynn Megan Teresa Flynn ...  Iva Stoftfuzs / ... 2 episodes, 2014
Jeff Hackenberger ...  Bishop / ... 2 episodes, 2014
Luke Heller Luke Heller ...  Congregation 4 / ... 2 episodes, 2014
Jamie Keohane ...  Sarah Yoder 2 episodes, 2014
Kate McClure Kate McClure ...  Mary Miller 2 episodes, 2014
Kristen M. Mentasti Kristen M. Mentasti ...  Amish Mother / ... 2 episodes, 2014
Max Phillips Max Phillips ...  Church Man 2 episodes, 2014
Eric S. Robertson ...  Deacon / ... 2 episodes, 2014
Joe Smerko Joe Smerko ...  1 / ... 2 episodes, 2014
Cory Wissler Cory Wissler ...  Demon 2 / ... 2 episodes, 2014


Members of the Amish community retell their haunted experiences they believe resulted from violating their religious laws.

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14 September 2014 (USA) See more »

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Tales of Amish Horror See more »

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A Campfire Around Which Scary Tales Are Told...Your TV?
20 October 2014 | by zandernat-1See all my reviews

What Hans Christian Andersen was to the Danish, these tales are to the Amish, perhaps. What do you think of when you hear about these old fairy tales...Danny Kaye? A glimmering, sentimental film set? Well, these are actually rather gruesome and unforgiving tales: the Little Match Girl, the Red Shoes...all cautionary tales against excess, or being cut off from family and one's community.

Are they Amish Hauntings true? Some of them may be, some may be exaggerated or made up. It isn't hard to see, though, that they fulfill a 'cautionary tale' role in Amish folklore. Some of these tales are as difficult to believe as your standard 'urban legend' but what makes this series interesting, perhaps, is that these are 'RURAL Legends.'

Take a step back to the campfire of yore and hear a ghost story set in a place sans modern conveniences and distractions. Yes, there are moments when the modern world comes into play, even in these tales, but mostly, I think you will find some good old fashioned, scary fun like your great-grandparents (or better yet, earlier than that) might have enjoyed.

I like the reviews above, one about the headstones and use of electricity. I also researched the electricity issue. The Amish do use batteries and the episode touched on this so I don't think the series meant to slight or lead anyone astray. The tombstone issue of their being varied in the episode but not in Amish tradition which the reviewer brought up is a valid point. Still, I don't think anyone is trying to mock their plain neighbors. I'm in Ohio and we have great respect for the Amish---especially their cooking, and furniture making--in fact I think we idolize their 'plain' ways a bit--so I don't think we need to be so politically correct that we must pretend not to notice that people in our communities have different traditions, stories or folkways. I think it's fascinating and certainly I do not see any disrespect intended in the series.

I have seen every episode. I did take exception to portraying the actors as actual Amish people (hence my score of 8/10) who allegedly experienced these events but that is understandable. The actual Amish participants who do not want to have their photo taken are not likely to appear in a TV show.

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