America's Most Haunted

Synopsis: The crew of a popular ghost hunting show gets more than they bargained for when they come across a location that's actually haunted.
Genre: Comedy, Horror
85 min

on my parade, Jimmy.

This is going to be great.

This is it.

It's going to be great!

I can feel it!

Production meeting in 10 minutes.

He's a dick, right?


- Is any of it real?

- Real?

Yeah, like.

You know. Do you ever see

any real ghost and stuff.

No, no, no.

Not really.

So, what does all this do then?

Oh. Mostly it lights up,

looks good on camera.

I mean its...

it's real stuff.

Like this is a real motion sensor and

this is really an EMF detector.

I just.

I modified them for the show.

so we can trigger it remotely

and stuff like that.

Okay, so that it all

would work if it had to.

No. No. I modified them

passed any practical usage.

- Oh.

- Except.

This puppy.

Built it myself.

From scratch.

- What's that?

- I called it...

The "Ghost burst."

- Ha-ha.

- No, shh.

What does it do?

It emits a small scale of EMP

and a blast of full spectrum light.

Wow. I have no idea

what that means?

Truth is,

I've never really tested it.

It would probably destroy

anything electronic within 500 yards.

If it worked.

That's why,

I also build a small scale version.

What does that one do?

Lights up,

looks good on camera.

- Right, yeah.

- Yup.

Last resort on this puppy in case

things ever get, you know.

Real scary.


- Yeah.

- Okay.

- Cool.

- Yeah.

So as... soon as Emily has done

with her personal business,

- we can all get started.

- Thank you so much. I'm...

really looking forward

to meeting you.

Okay, great.


I got a...

I got a call back.

That's great Em.

When do you leave?

Next week, but it's just

a call back. So.

Okay. Well, just to...

You know, be clear.

Do you still have time for this or

there is somewhere else you need to be.

I'm here Leon, okay.

Let's just focus on what's next.

Nobody knows what's

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