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Skeptical professor Phillip Goodman embarks on a trip to the terrifying after being given a file with details of three unexplained cases of apparitions.
The exposing of the psychic at the beginning is based on a real event. Televangelist and supposed faith healer Peter Popoff was caught by skeptic amd magician James Randi. Popoff would have people fill out prayer request cards before events. Randi intercepted the radio signals from Popoff's wife, feeding him information from the cards, into his hidden earpiece.
You ever killed anything?
Professor Goodman: Certainly not.
Mike Priddle: Nothing you'll admit to, eh?
During the first case examined, when the night watchman talks to his Russian counterpart on the radio, his coworker says (in a Russian accent), "we have a word for this back home. It is 'zloslivy.'" The word "zlosliwy" is Polish, not Russian. There is no Russian cognate for it.
The production logos play over the sound of dripping water and someone struggling to breathe.
$11,972 22 April 2018
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