Apple TV+ is releasing a new four-part documentary series, “The Enfield Poltergeist,” on October 27, focusing on the alleged real-life haunting experiences of a family in 1970s Enfield, London. These events notably served as the inspiration for the film “The Conjuring 2.”
The series is distinctive for its utilization of over 250 hours of audio archives recorded by Maurice Grosse, a paranormal investigator who documented the Enfield occurrences. These recordings form the basis for the series, enabling a detailed reconstruction of the events for the viewers.
To augment the authenticity, a replica of the council house, where the purported paranormal activities took place, has been constructed, facilitating accurate reenactments of the recorded events, thus providing the audience with an immersive experience.
Individuals who were originally involved in the incident, such as Janet and Margaret Hodgson, have also contributed to the series, sharing their experiences and providing firsthand accounts of the unsettling occurrences.
The docuseries is produced by MetFilm and Concordia Studios, who previously collaborated on the Emmy-nominated documentary “STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie.” The series is directed by Jerry Rothwell, with Al Morrow, Stewart le Maréchal, Davis Guggenheim, Jonathan Silberberg, and Nicole Stott as executive producers.
“The Enfield Poltergeist” aims to offer viewers an in-depth exploration of the infamous Enfield haunting, with a careful blend of authentic recordings and dramatic reconstructions, making it a factual and engaging watch this Halloween on Apple TV+.
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