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Among a long list of excellent horror novels, Ray Garton wrote the book that the film The Haunting in Connecticut is based on, and in our interviews, he exposes the real “true story.” We get into it about halfway through the first segment of the first interview (more details on the second interview, which was made closer to the film’s release, are farther down the page). The movie could be good – I won’t watch it – but you decide if it should be advertised as “based on a true story,” Discovery Channel documentary and all. The Warrens duped a lot of people with The Amityville Horror (which was certainly a great movie), and Lorraine continues to make a money-making farce out of the paranormal field with the help of current television shows, etc.
Here’s the first interview:
Now, here’s something weird. At the very beginning of the second interview, Ray said that he had trouble calling in because a demon was sodomizing him in the kitchen. Then the equipment used for recording the interview (encoder) somehow glitched. So the first part of the interview is gone – never recorded unbeknownst to us because it behaved as though it was.
Was the encoder being sodomized by a demon? Did the demon not want the publicity without the Warrens to cash in on it?
Then Grimm’s mic mutes on him for a moment (in the first part here). Was he being sodomized during that moment of silence?
Well, here’s the last, say, 3/4 of the interview that remains intact. Hopefully, no demons will come after you just for listening. Metal Crypt is not responsible for any ghostly damage caused to your anus:
1992 Sally Jessy Raphael show where the Snedekers talk about all the demon buttsecks:
“I was sodomized doing dishes.”
Other films for which Ray Garton wrote the novels. True stories?