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Author Stephen Lancaster and expert paranormal investigators reveal nine years worth of research in favor of an authentic haunting inside the historic Brentwood Wine Bistro. Compiled as a documentary, the film explores the video evidence, the history and the testimonies concerning the supernatural happenings at the Bistro. A full body apparition is revealed inside the world's most haunted restaurant. Written by
Ghost Hunters International Shannon Sylvia investigated the Brentwood Wine Bistro in 2011 with Stephen Lancaster and his crew. She later was quoted as saying, "for the first time in my life I witnessed a pilot light on the stove turn on all by itself. The dumbwaiter would go up and down by itself, a lot of great evidence." See more »
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The copyright section of the credits read "All Nights Reserved" as opposed to the traditional "All Rights Reserved." See more »
Just once. The camera was consistently too low with the upper chest in the center of the screen. The white noise that was picked up from the microphones and the soundtrack music seemed to compete with the volume of the eye witnesses' voices. Better editing would have helped make the documentary more concise. Some of the introduced topics/sections contained information that was not relevant. Or, the information belonged in a different part of the film. The witness - interview focus over re-enactment made it better than a lot of paranormal documentaries.
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