The Enfield Poltergeist: Apple To Air Docuseries About Haunting That Inspired The Conjuring 2

Apple TV+ has conjured up The Enfield Poltergeist, a four-part documentary that revisits the real-life haunting of a family in ’70s London.

The doc relies on more than 250 hours of audio archive to help recreate the infamous events in Enfield that went on to inspire The Conjuring 2. It will drop Oct. 27 – just in time for your Halloween party.

Throughout four episodes, the events at Enfield are reconstructed using the recordings captured by Maurice Grosse, a paranormal investigator who archived all of his interviews from back in the day. The doc built a replica of the council house where the incidents took place so performers could reenact what is heard on the tapes.

There are also appearances by those originally involved in the incident involving sisters Janet and Margaret Hodgson.

The Enfield Poltergeist is produced for Apple TV+ by MetFilm and Concordia Studios, the producers of Apple’s STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie, this year’s most Emmy-nominated documentary. The series is directed by Jerry Rothwell. Executive producers are Al Morrow, BAFTA winner Stewart le Maréchal, Oscar Award-winning Davis Guggenheim, Jonathan Silberberg and Nicole Stott. 

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