Thirteen Ghosts script
Synopsis: A state-of-the-art remake of the classic William Castle horror film about a family that inherits a spectacular old house from an eccentric uncle. There's just one problem: the house seems to have a dangerous agenda all its own. Trapped in their new home by strangely shifting walls, the family encounters powerful and vengeful entities that threaten to annihilate anyone in their path.


Come on, Cyrus, I gotta take theedge off.


You know the routine. First

things first. Now where is he?

Cyrus holds it in the limo headlights; an aerial photoof the graveyard. Rafkin, closing his eyes, reachesout towards the photo with one hand, then touches the

earth with the other. A silent moment.



Then a huge spark arcs between the psychic and theground. Rafkin jolts back, as if shocked.


Sweet Jesus, Cyrus, there's got tobe over forty victims here! I

thought you said this guy killedtwenty people.


Twenty when he was alive. He's

added a few more since then.

Now where's the Breaker, Dennis?

Rafkin ignores the photo, and points at a spot deepinside the auto graveyard. Cyrus grabs a headset from

the Assistant.


(into microphone)

All teams go to alpha. I


THIRTEEN GHOSTS -Rev. 10/27/00 4.


Teams of men pile out of the vehicles. The back of the

semi is opened, revealing racks of remote-operatedamplifiers.

Others unload inch-thick, eight-foot-square sheets ofglass, rimmed with aluminum pipe, and inscribed withancient text.

The glass sheets are assembled to form a large cube.

Arrays of flood lamps illuminate the canyons of thewrecking yard in stark white.

One side of the cube remains open... allowing entryand --ready to come down in theory, and close theimprovised "mousetrap."

Rafkin walks up behind Cyrus, still massaging histemples.


Where'd he get a name like the Breaker

anyway? He a truck driver?


It's simply folklore at work.

The local color exorcising its


Just then, a hideous HOWL ECHOES through the night -part

human, part God-knows-what. Everyone stops.

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Robb White

Robb White III (June 20, 1909 – November 24, 1990) was a writer of screenplays, television scripts, and adventure novels. Most of the latter had a maritime setting, often the Pacific Navy during World War II. White was best known for juvenile fiction, though he has proven popular with adults as well. Nearly all his books are out of print; nevertheless, White has a devoted following among baby boomers, many of whom were introduced to him through inexpensive paperbacks available in American schools in the mid-20th century. more…

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