Synopsis: The terrifying story of a family that experienced the biggest demonic possession after moving into a house plagued by malicious spirits.
98 min


Everything is ready.

She's here.



Please, have a seat.

I'm Robert Baez.

This is Rachel Harris.

We're going to

be here for a while.

Care for some coffee?

I'm okay. Thank you.

As you know,

Ms. Harris is one of the top

book writers in the country.

She will be very specific

about her questions.

Please respond with

the most accurate

information you have.

So you're claiming

to know the story

- about the Hagen family?

- Yes.

Do you have any valuable sources

to collaborate to your story?

'Cause I don't play games

and if you're here

just for the money,

you can go somewhere else.

I'm not here for the money.

I'm just here

to share the story.

Okay, then start.

- From where?

- From the very beginning.

It all started after

Cindy's mother passed away.

And how did

the mother pass away?

One year before her death,

she was diagnosed

with terminal cancer.

Richard and his kids

were devastated by that loss.

He was depressed

for a pretty long time.

Two years passed and he figured

that Cindy and Tommy

needed him to get

back up on his feet.

So he found a new love

and decided to move on.

What are you thinking about?

I'm so happy

we finally got our own place.

It's small, but we can

do whatever we want now.

Yeah, but I was thinking,

wouldn't you get lonely?

I mean, your kids

are gone so fast

and I think it's time

to put that baby maker to use.

Really? You already have

two kids of your own.

I have two of my own.

I want one with you.

I know, I'm...

I'm their step-mom.

I'm fine with what we have.


Soon to be their mother.

But seriously, though, I hope she

doesn't think I'm replacing her mom.

She's not gonna think

you're taking over for her mom.

I'm sure she just misses her.

We all do.

I guess summer vacation's

almost over.

My mom's already asking

when we're gonna go pick 'em up.

Oh, we have to go

school shopping for the kids

and Tommy said

he needs a new backpack.

What? Honey, we're already over

budget for the house as it is.

We can afford a backpack.

Turn this up. I don't

want to miss this part.

- It's my favorite part. - Even

though I'm lucky and I'm ready

For better or for worse

I'm gonna carry

We're gonna

have our hurts

But it's the treasure

of my life

Just to spend it

by your side

I know I'm ready


It's the treasure

of my life

Just to spend it

by your side

I know I'm ready

Tell me about the house.

They bought this house

without knowing the background of it.

And I don't know.

There's just something

really strange about that house.

This place needs a paint job.

Yeah, I know.

What are you

gonna do with that piano?

I don't know.

Maybe we'll keep it.

I mean, Cindy will

make good use of this.

No, it's a waste of space.

Just put it in the shed.

But right now,

first thing's first...

clean up this mess.

Yes, let's do this.

Here's my story

It's sad but true

Hey, hey

- Whoa-oh

- Hey, hey



La la la la



Well, I should'a known it

from the very start

This girl'll leave me

with a broken heart

Now listen, people,

what I'm telling you

A keep away from

a run-around Sue

- Yeah...

- Aww, Hey!

Well, should'a known it

from the very start

This girl'll leave me

with a broken heart

Now, listen people

what I'm telling you

A keep away

from a run-around Sue

Yeah, I might miss her lips

and the smile on her face

The touch of her hair

and this girl's warm embrace

So if you don't

want to cry like I do

A keep away

from a run-around Sue

Yeah, keep away

from this girl...

This is our fifth night, honey.

You picked the perfect house.

I just can't believe they

sold it to me for so cheap.

I can't wait for

the kids to see it.

I can't wait for

the kids to tear it apart

more than it already is.

It's gonna take us a little

while to get used to it...

but it's okay, right?

Sure, honey, we'll be okay.


What is that?

It's probably crickets

outside, getting it on.

You would, though.

Their first nights

at the house were magical.

Everything was perfect.

- Hello?

- What's up, Paige?

- Hey, hun.

- What's going on?

Nothing much.

How are you?

Oh, you didn't have to do that.

Wait, you have a boyfriend?

Yeah, please don't tell dad.

Don't worry.

I love secrets.

I won't tell him.

Okay, I tried to call

dad, but he didn't pick up.

- Is he there?

- No, he's at work.

- How's Tommy?

- Stop!

He's fine, making my

life miserable as always.

Don't say that.


I'm telling you to stop.

So how's the new place?

- It's great.

- Cool.

It needs some renovations,

but you guys are gonna like it.

Sounds so awesome.

Um, we are so ready to go.

All right, we'll be there

Saturday, okay?

So get your things together.

- Okay, I will. Bye.

- Bye.

All right, Paige.

You wanted to be a mother.

Let's do this.



Shh. Silence.

When did Cindy and

Tommy appear in the story?

They were on

vacation with their grandmother.

They moved in

a week or two after.

- Come here.

- Come on.

So what do you think?

It's nice here.

I like it.

- Can you show me my room?

- Of course.


Here, I'll show you your room.

It's so cute.

You're gonna love it.

- -I got you

new sheets and I laid them out...

Wow, this is cool.


You play so well.

I still need some practice,

but I really love this piano.

- Let me show you to your room.

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