All American Horror: Gateways to Hell

Synopsis: Various locations on the surface of the earth have acquired a legendary reputation for being entrances to the underworld. In Ashe County, North Carolina residents have reported all manner of ghostly phenomena including apparitions of women, sounds of crying babies and phantom hitchhikers, one of which may have been none other than Lucifer himself. When Roxanne Wentworth purchased a beautiful set of iron gates from a local cemetery, she unknowingly turned her property into a gateway to the beyond. Paranormal events are now chronicled on a nightly basis. In Wilmington, North Carolina, Gallows Hill (which was once the city's hanging ground) is now a commercial office. Though the gallows are long gone, the unclaimed bodies of countless poor souls who hit the end of a rope are still buried in mass graves. These restless spirits continue to walk the grounds, and hallways of the property. The spirits of those executed are angry and to this day nobody has successfully spent a night alone in th
Genre: Documentary
Director(s): William Burke
Production: Reality Films
Year:
2013
65 min
Website
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These are my fellow teammates

Noel McCreath and Michael

McCreath.

We're at Warrensville, North

Carolina at the sight of the

Devil's Staircase now

recording.

Tell us your name.

Where are you from?

Why are you still here?

Give us some sort of sign if

you're here.

Okay, we just had something

interesting happen.

The microphone that I'm using

suddenly stopped working for

some reason.

A lot of times whenever we go

into a paranormal location or

a location where

paranormal activity has been

reported we will get strange

equipment failures -

these entities need energy to

manifest in some way whether

either visually or

audibly and so what they do is

they --

supposedly the way the

hypothesis goes is that they

draw energy out of their

surroundings.

Noel McCreath:
The impression

I get here is just of an

African-American-Indian

male, probably in his 20's to

late 20's.

It's either warm weather or

he's been working very hard,

his shirt is open.

This is what I'm getting

intuitively but it wasn't like

it was the happiest or

easiest job or way to make

money.

I'm not sure if he's

interactive or residual

because I just get an

impression

of him.

David Gurney:
When the rocks

fissured, when they were

blasting it created sort of

an interesting geological

phenomenon. Unfortunately

during that blasting

a gentleman was killed. Since

then there have been reports

of

people would be driving down

the road, they'd see someone

walking along the road,

the driver would stop, let him

in. They'd continue down the

road and then

all of a sudden the guy would

vanish from the back seat of

their car.

Jennifer Quinn:
So it was a

perfect night, crisp clear,

the sky was clear,

you could see the moon, and I

decided that I was going to go

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