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Scariest Horror Movies

Everyone loves a good horror movie. The best ones don’t often rely on great HD special effects, although a great many have excelled in that area. Here’s a list some of the most frightening, hair raising and just plain scary horror movies that have ever been made. Remember that you can catch many of these movies on your satellite TV movies channels.

Arachnophobia: This 1990 movie starring John Goodman features those eight legged creatures so many of us fear. Spiders rule in this movie. They attack humans and wreak general chaos, causing quite a bit of destruction in their wake. This movie will send chills down your spine, because spiders are just plain creepy. Be sure to check your satellite TV guide to watch this movie.

The Innocents: This 1961 movie is based on the Henry James’ novella Turn of the Screw. Ghosts real or imaginary, you decide, make this movie quite the scare-fest. Although there are no big special effects nor high definition shots, this movie is pretty scary.

The Wicker Man: The original Wicker Man and not the Nicholas Cage remake is definitely a lot creepier. It’s filled with atmospheric nuances that keep you wondering. In the movie a British police officer heads out to a remote island which plays home to an odd cultish group of inhabitants. Although this horror movie isn’t packed with once a minute thrills it is well worth the watch.

Rosemary’s Baby: This Roman Polanski movie is seriously creepy. Two people, Rosemary and Guy Woodhouse move into an apartment that has a less than great reputation and then bad things start to happen. This classic is a must see. Again flip through your satellite TV guide to find out when you can catch this gem of a horror film.

The Brood: This 1979 film focuses on a husband who has it in for his wife’s therapist. He wants to get a look at his techniques that he uses on his mental patient wife. There’s a lot of blood and gore in this film a long with a gang of mutant children. This is one of the weirder horror films around.

Eraserhead: David Lynch is known for his odd and surreal works and this one is definitely one of the odder ones from his oeuvre. Eraserhead uses a lot of weird imagery to unsettle you. Eraserhead’s misshapen son will definitely make your hairs stand on end.

Amityville Horror: A young family movies into their first home. The home happens to be haunted. Bad things ensue. A ghost screams at a priest to get out and there are glowing red eyes in the walls. It’s based on a true story too.

Saw: These movie series is known for its gruesome, gory scenes. Limbs get chopped off. Blood splatters every where. Jigsaw, the serial killer behind all of this gore, is more than happy to play games with his poor victims. Watch this in HD to get the most of the visuals.

The Grudge: This Japanese horror movie definitely made a mark. From the ghost boy to the massive amounts of black ghost hair, this horror flick will leave you quaking in your boots. HD is a must.

‘The Ghosts of Crowley Hall’ Documentary

Ghost InvestigationThe full Ghost Investigation at Crowley Hall conducted by Arron Kasady and his team was filmed for a full documentary entitled ‘The Ghosts of Crowley Hall’. Now you can see what really happened at Crowley Hall in the Summer of 2007. Why did the Ghosthunting Team have to abandon the Investigation part-way through on their first attempt? What really happened to Arron Kasady when he confronted the Evil Spirits there? How did they feel going back a second time to finish what they had begun? And what did they really uncover there?

Find out what they discovered at the old sanitarium and what Dr. Leys was really doing with his patients in secret all those years ago. Find out why there are still restless spirits at Crowley Hall and the answers that lay behind it’s darkest secrets. Discover Kasady’s revelations and conclusion of the infamous haunting in England, and his confontation with Leys’ Ghost.

What people are saying about ‘The Ghosts of Crowley Hall’ Documentary -

“The movie is seamless, one if not the best para-docs out there. It blows 14 degrees way out of the water. The movie has everything a paranormal investigator would want to see in a film. Great Job….
- Middle Tennessee Ghost Chasers

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The Crowley Hall Investigation


In late 2006, after a phone call from the owner of Crowley Hall in the north of England, ghost hunter Arron Kasady did some research into the history and strange occurrences that have happened there. There were no witnesses to the noises heard there, and only a couple of people that were there during the ghost sightings have been found. The only other evidence, that was discovered in the nurses quarters, was a photograph taken in 1974.

In early 2007, a small team of paranormal investigators led by Arron Kasady, entered the building to conduct some preliminary tests. Photographs were taken, that produced images of strange orbs in certain rooms, particularly the old children’s nursery. Erratic temperature readings were recorded throughout the hall, and the team had the feeling of being constantly watched.

Following on from this initial research, Arron decided to conduct a full investigation into the ghosts that apparently reside at Crowley Hall. It was hoped that conclusive evidence of paranormal activity and ghosts could be gathered during their stay there. The whole event was filmed and photographed for a documentary entitled ‘The Ghosts of Crowley Hall’.

Story by Arron Kasady

Crowley Hall, situated in the north of England, was built in the late 19th century. It had originally been built as a hospital and served that purpose until the 1920’s, when it was reformed and renamed as ‘The Crowley Home for the Criminally Insane’. Run by head practitioner Dr. Bernard Leys and his wife Beatrice, it was one of the key centres for mental illness and criminal behavioural studies in the north of England.

There have been many supposed Ghost Sightings at Crowley Hall in England. During it’s life, the Hall has had a number of paranormal incidents suggesting the prescence of ghosts, and there are Ghost Stories dating back to the the 1950’s. Recently, a Ghost Photo was recovered during renovations at the hall, and this had prompted a full Ghost Investigation there. This Investigation is being made into a Feature Film due to be released towards the end of 2007.

Leys ran Crowley Hall for 32 years, before dying in mysterious circumstances during an examination on one of the more seriously deranged inmates at the asylum. It had been claimed that Leys died after being attacked by the inmate whilst carrying out an operation. The inmate had apparently not been fully anaesthetised, and woke during the procedure. In the ensuing chaos, the inmate stabbed Leys in the neck. Official records state however that Leys died of a heart attack while during the operation.

During Leys’ time at the hall, rumours of serious malpractice were rife. Stories spread of experimentation on some of the most violent inmates, including beatings and starvation. Upon Leys’ death, an investigation into the rumours was conducted. However, the findings were inconclusive, as many records of the time had been destroyed when a fire broke out during the investigation.

In all the investigations I have done, I can truly say that I have walked away thinking that maybe there was a scientific explanation for everything I have witnessed. I am a ghost hunter, I should always come away questioning what I have seen that way I can separate what I believe is true paranormal activity from what isn’t. However when it came to the location I am writing about now, I can honestly say my beliefs were turned upside down and inside out.

We heard about Crowley Hall when the owner of the location called us about some problems he was having whilst carrying out renovations. The workers he had employed had been suffering at the hands of sever supernatural activity, and during a particularly nasty attack had downed tools and gone on strike. Well, when the team hear this sort of thing, it is like music to our ears. Plus we had recently been discussing the possibility of shooting a documentary of one of our investigations, but nothing had come close to the possibilities that Crowley Hall could have. So once everything had been organised we were on our way.

When we finally reached the building, I was excited to be doing something a
bit different from the norm. Not just carrying out an investigation with such a history as Crowley Hall, had but also being able to document it on film. The building itself was a grand old place. Inside, although the upper floors had the look of a recent children’s hospital, the lower floors still held the atmosphere of a building that had been around for more than one hundred years. In fact this was probably the biggest building we had

My excitement was matched by the other members of the ghost hunting crew. This was a new experience for us and you could feel the atmosphere was electric. Unfortunately this wasn’t a feeling that was going to last very long.

Everything was going smoothly until Annabel, our spiritual medium, whispered in my ear that she had grave reservations for the evening’s activities. She had felt that Crowley Hall had something in store for us that evening and she was extremely worried for the safety of everyone involved. She asked me to make sure that I was spiritually protected alongwith the rest of the crew.

I should have listened.

Annabel was uncomfortable about the whole thing from the very beginning. She had picked up on the spirits of both Alfred and Doctor Leys. She had told us that Doctor Leys was angry at us for being there, and he was going to show us just how angry he was later on in the evening. I really should have listened.

Maybe it was the excitement of making the documentary that dulled my own feelings towards what could happen. Maybe I was just caught up with making sure the filming was going as planned to think clearly. Everything was going well. We had heard some sounds and caught some ‘orb’ footage. The evening looked like it would just progress as it had done in most other haunted building we had been in. The shooting was going smoothly, interviews were filmed and a couple of vigils held. In my mind nothing more was going to happen, until we held the séance in the old children’s ward. In retrospect, I probably shouldn’t have pushed as hard as I did. I shouldn’t have said what I did. Annabel had been there to warn us of all this and I ignored the warnings.

What happened later on that evening will stay with me forever. A lot of the team couldn’t sleep properly after that night. I couldn’t sleep for days afterwards. I keep questioning what happened, always thinking back to the séance, always asking whether I could have handled things differently. constantly blaming myself.

It was the first time we have ever had to abandon an investigation halfway through. After what happened to me I knew we had to get out of there. We had been scared so much we couldn’t face spending another moment in that place. It has made me question a lot about my own beliefs, made me think about what is actually out there. A majority of us think of life after death as a few footsteps in a dark building, or a few light anomalies flashing across a camera. We always hope for that full spectral manifestation to prove that ghosts are real, but after Crowley Hall, I don’t think you need a ghost to come right up to the camera and say hello to prove it exists.

We have been making plans to go back and finish what we started. Two
thirds of the crew don’t want to return, and I don’t blame them. I don’t want to go back, but I need to find out if what happened that night wasn’t just my imagination.

The thought of going back scares me, and I don’t mind admitting that for the first time in my life. I am truly terrified. The ghost hunters did return to Crowley Hall, and the second part of the investigation there was completed in the early hours on 12th August 2007.

More strange paranormal activity was witnessed and recorded by the team, including moving objects, strange noises and more orbs. Delving into parts of the Hall previously unexplored, Dr. Leys’ home was investigated, and some of the findings were quite incredible.

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Crowley Hall Review by AngryPrincess

The Paranormal has always fascinated me. Whether it be as a child when it terrified me, or as an adult where it became an obsession to prove to myself that there was something after life besides just death. Have I personally ever found anything concrete…not really only a few what ifs made it to me. Today in our world the paranormal is almost like having a second language, everyone delves in it. I have went to countless cemeteries, abandoned buildings and mental asylums and all I ever manage to get were dust orbs, a few unexplained glowing orbs, and an incident that caused me to run like the wind out of that place and I’ll never forget it.

Crowley Hall was built in the 19th century and served as a hospital. Then from the 1920-1930’s Doctor Leys and his wife Beatrice took over and it became a place for the criminally insane. Dr. Leys was noted as being a key figure in creating new treatments for mental illness in Northern England. Some say Dr. Leys liked to perform sadistic experiments on the more violent patients. It is stated that Leys death was from a heart attack but insiders new better and spoke of an operation gone wrong in which Dr. Leys ended up a victim from the patient he was treating. I guess he should of tied those restraints a tad tighter and he wouldn’t have ended up stabbed in the neck.

The Ghosts Of Crowley Hall is a documentary Arron Kasady and a team of other experts set out with a vengeance to make and you see their determination as well as many parts of this old historic building. When the team holds a séance things start to get interesting and are visited first by a man named Alfred and then by a spirit believed to be Leys himself. If you like shows like Ghost Hunters or if you like old abandoned buildings like me this film is for you. It was a little hard to hear some of the reaction bangs but none the less it was exciting to watch. I sincerely hope they go back and see what other things they can find out about this amazing historic place!

7/10 - Angry Princess


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