A group of amateur ghost hunters go missing as they explore the bowels of an abandoned insane asylum in search of evidence of the “Lady in White” said to haunt the grounds. The only evidence of their ill-fated quest are video cards discovered by workman demolishing the dilapidated buildings of the old asylum. Salvaged footage reveals the ghost hunters last horrific moments lost in the underbelly of the madhouse in this chiller from the director of Central State: Asylum for the Insane.
Directed by Dan T. Hall
Shani Salyers Stiles
And special appearance by
Filmed on the grounds of an abandoned mental institution
Premieres at the IMAX October 19th
In the early 1990s, Baumeister, a local business owner and family man, bought a quiet estate just north of Indianapolis on contract. Although never brought to trial, he was the prime suspect in the disappearance and murder of a number of individuals from the Midwest spanning two decades.
In 1996, authorities recovered more than 5,000 human bone fragments on the property from as many as 17 victims. Only five were positively identified. It’s believed that most of the victims were murdered in and around the home’s indoor pool.
Current residents and visitors to the property have reported unsettling feelings, unexplainable noises, and even seeing apparitions inside the house and around the grounds. Hoping to document some of what they’ve been experiencing, Hall filmed a paranormal investigation team, including psychics, a demonologist, EVP and visual specialists, as they investigated the 18-acre estate over a six-month period.
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SIX FILMS!, 4 GHOST SERIES DVD’s, CENTRAL STATE and THE HAUNTING OF FOX HOLLOW FARM.
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You get the director cuts of these popular films.
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Ghost Stories: Walking with the Dead
Ghost Stories: Unmasking the Dead
Ghost Stories 3
Ghost Stories 4
Central State: Asylum for the Insane
The Haunting of Fox Hollow Farm
SPECIAL OFFER Collector Series Six Pak
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Paranormal documentary Ghost Stories 4 marks filmmaker Dan T. Hall’s final foray into seeking evidence of hauntings in Hoosier land. Peek into the spirit world through the camera lens as Hall and his team of investigators explore Hell’s Gate, the site of a legendary train wreck that some say doomed its victims to forever wander the tracks; Black Moon Manor, a once majestic homestead in Mt. Comfort that also doubled as a funeral home as hundreds in the community fell to a small pox outbreak; and tread in the footsteps of infamous serial killer H. H. Holmes, who rented a cottage in historic Irvington for the express purpose of committing murder. The voices captured from beyond are truly bone-chilling!
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Ghost Stories 3 Available Now!
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Ghost Stories 3, the last documentary in this paranormal trilogy, follows filmmaker Dan T. Hall as he and his team of investigators, Marilene Isaacs- Intuitve, Tracy bacon- Demonolgist, IGT Paranormal Investigators, Paranormal 911, Shannon continue to seek out communication with the souls of Indiana’s departed. Visit haunted houses in Veedersburg and Valparaiso where past residents intrude on the lives of the current owners; tread the grounds of Witches Castle in Utica; hear the voices of souls still incarcerated in the old Benton County Jail; peek inside Fowler City Theater with a ghostly prankster on the prowl; and witness proof of unrest and moving objects at Drena’s Bar & Grill in Hobart.
Welcome back to the domain of the dead.
Other DVD’s in the Series are available below
Ghost Stories 2
Explore haunted sites around Indiana with Hoosier filmmaker Dan T. Hall as he seeks out definitive communication with the other side. Walk the rooms of historic Cliff House in Madison with 20-year-old Michael Jones, the boy who reportedly inspired the blockbuster movie The Sixth Sense; visit Whispers Estate in Mitchell in search of “Rachel,” a little girl who died in the house; creep into the basement at Tuckaway in Indianapolis to find spirits lurking in dark corners; discover the Wayne County Historical Museum in Richmond and listen for the voice of a 3,000-year-old mummy; and delve into the tragedy of a family torn apart by murder in Hagerstown.
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Explore haunted sites with Filmmaker Dan T. Hall as he searches for answers to paranormal questions that still resonate from his 2006 documentary Central State: Asylum for the Insane. Go inside the Rivoli Theater closed since 1992 in search of evidence of “Lady Rivoli.” Travel to a bygone era at Tuckaway House, where turn-of-the-century celebrities are said to still pay frequent visits at 3 a.m. And follow the film crew through the Hartford City Jail, witnessing unexplained phenomena as investigators wander the cells and traverse the dungeon level. These and other unexplained events are captured in this haunting documentary.
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Director’s Cut contains additional footage
Produced and directed by filmmaker Dan T. Hall, this film takes an exclusive tour through the grounds and buildings of the abandoned Central State Mental Institution in Indianapolis. With a team of experts in the fields of psychology, the paranormal, and folklore history, Hall uncovers the mysteries left behind and forgotten when the facility closed its doors in 1994. Interviews with former staff and “Patient X” give the viewers an intimate account of the experiences in the asylum. Warning: May be disturbing to some viewers.
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Ghostville Episode 002 $9.95 plus S&H
Filmmaker Dan T. Hall’s eighth paranormal documentary, Ghostville, again focuses his camera on the world of the supernatural, as he chronicles the exploits of paranormal investigators seeking confirmation from the other side
The Monroe House, Hartford City Indiana
The new owners purchased this house in Hartford City, Indiana in hopes of renovating it but it seems the spirits had other plans. Mysterious and unexplained things began to occur when the workman attempted to remodel the old house. Most left never to return. Unbeknownst to the new owners this house is well known by the locals to be haunted
Ashmore Estates, Ashmore Illinois
This former almshouse, once part of the Coles County Poor Farm, was built in 1916 and operated as a refuge for the poor. In 1959 it was purchased for use as a private psychiatric facility. It closed in 1987
After becoming abandoned, Ashmore Estates gained notoriety as rumors spread that the building was haunted. It is reported that over 200 deaths occurred within the walls of this facility.
On site for the investigation, Living Dead Paranormal, Intuitive Cassidy Rae, and EVP specialist Jason Wilkerson.
Ghostville Episode 002 Trailer
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Paranormal Documentary Shows Where Ghosts Reside, Fear is Sure to Follow
When the living choose to seek communication with the souls of the dead, tempt fate by calling forth spirits in a state of unrest, tread where fear is sure to follow, they may find that all roads lead to Ghostville.
Filmmaker Dan T. Hall’s seventh paranormal documentary, Ghostville, again focuses his camera on the world of the supernatural, as he chronicles the exploits of paranormal investigators seeking confirmation from the other side. Follow these citizen ghost hunters first into the Glore Psychiatric Museum, which rests on the grounds of St. Joseph, Missouri’s, State Lunatic Asylum No. 2, which opened in 1874 and closed with countless tormented souls of former patients still roaming the deserted halls. The museum is filled with barbaric “therapy” devices and personal belongings left behind.
Then it’s on to Indiana’s own Owen County Home, built in 1878 to house the poor and the mentally disturbed. With a number of recorded incidents of violence occurring on the property, more than the walls are talking. Investigators have captured electronic voice phenomenon (EVPs), heard demonic growls and even been chased from rooms.
These ghost hunters — including psychics Marilene Isaacs, Cassidy Owens and Anara Whitebear; paranormal groups Living Dead Paranormal, Scientific Minds Paranormal and Night Stalkers; and investigators Jason Wilkerson, Jill Werner and Tim Poyter — have but one mission. Bring back evidence of contact with the spirit world. But once you’ve been to Ghostville, can you ever really leave?
Dan T. Hall’s other paranormal documentary credits include Central State: Asylum for the Insane, four Ghost Stories documentaries investigating haunted locations throughout Indiana, and last year’s Haunting of Fox Hollow Farms, chronicling spirit activity at alleged serial killer Herb Baumeister’s former residence. Hall and other Ghostville participants are available for media interviews. They can be reached at (317) 608-3753.
“When I’m asked, ‘Are you afraid of the dark?’ my answer is
‘No, I’m afraid of what is in the dark.’”
~ Barry Fitzgerald, Paranormal Investigator
Ghostville Episode 001Trailer