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Ghost Stories: Walking With the Dead

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Documentary
Release Date:October 26, 2007
Running time:85 minutes
Cast:Ran Burns, Marilene Isaacs, Sarah Mynett, Wanda Lou Willis
Director:Dan T. Hall
Producer:Sarah Mynett
Writer:Dan T. Hall
Distributor:Vizmo Films

Description: Explore haunted sites around Indiana with filmmaker Dan T. Hall as he searches for answers to questions that still resonate from his documentary, "Central State. Asylum for the Insane." Go inside the Rivoli Theater, closed since 1994, in search of evidence of "Lady Rivoli." Walk back in time to the Tuckaway House as turn of the century celebrities are said to still be felt at the spiritual hour of 3a.m. And, the follow film crew through the Hartford City Jail, and witness unexplained phenomena as members wander through the cells and traverse the dungeon level. These and other unexplained events are captured in this documentary "Ghost Stories, Walking with the Dead."

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