Armenian Haunting

Synopsis: An Armenian-American journalist turns into an unwilling ghost hunter while researching the sudden deaths in her family and their connection to a paranormal mystery.
Genre: Drama, Horror, Mystery
78 min


How are you feeling, grandma?

Is there really a curse?

What did I tell you?

Something is really wrong here,

and they're not telling me.

Grandma threw a towel at me.

She's never laid a hand on me.

That's how I know something's wrong.

They're not telling me

something, the whole family.

(dramatic music)


[Clara] Maro, you know...

I'm not sure I'm ready to talk about it.

I know you're heartbroken.

Clara, the whole family's in shock.

My grandma had an incident a few days ago.

Please, do this for Sevan?

Weeks before his death,

Sevan had become withdrawn.

I thought he was getting

cold feet about us.


Sevan started talking about the curse

that his family carried,

and that it was just a matter of time

before every member of the bloodline

would have to face the consequences.

A curse?

Did he say what kind of a curse?

I thought he was teasing me.

I don't know.

Think hard, Clara.

I don't remember!

Try to remember.

Why are you doing this?

I have to figure this out!

After Sevan was found dead,

I overheard my grandma

talking to herself about...

A promise they didn't keep, and the curse.

Maro, she is a 100 year old woman.

She's probably delusional.

You don't know her.

She's as sharp as a kabob skewer.

Did he say anything else?

It's all so hazy now.

[Maro] Look, I have to figure

out what happened to Sevan.

Think, Clara.

One day, we were at a restaurant,

and Sevan got a phone call.

He was very secretive about it.

When he went to the men's room, I...

Looked through his cell.

The last call he got was from...

A psychic named Aida.

A psychic?

[Clara] Yes, you know, the clairvoyant?

I know what a psychic is but,

but Sevan didn't seem

like that kind of a guy...

[Clara] Exactly.

Did you ask him about it?

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