Apple TV+ debuts the true story that inspired the film “The Conjuring 2.” Premiering on October 27 you will be able to watch the four-part documentary series “The Enfield Poltergeist” directed by Jerry Rothwell and the award-winning creative teams from MetFilm and Concordia Studios.
“The Enfield Poltergeist” took place in 1977 and forever changed the idea that hauntings only existed in castles. The events are reconstructed using the actual recordings captured by Maurice Grosse, who is a paranormal investigator who archived all of his interviews with those affected by the phenomenon.
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