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Unsolved mysteries. / Disc 3, Ghosts

Verfasser/in: Hank Capshaw; Robert Stack; Terence Pratt; First Look Home Entertainment.; et al
Verlag: Los Angeles, Calif. : First Look Home Entertainment, [2004]
Ausgabe/Format   DVD-Video : Englisch
Datenbank:WorldCat
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Host Robert Stack presides over an investigation into unsolved mysteries ranging from murders to UFO sightings. Through reenactments and interviews, viewers are presented with the known facts of each case. Anyone with additional information is then urged to contact the show's producers via a toll-free telephone number.
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Gattung/Form: Television programs for the hearing impaired
Reality television programs
Horror television programs
Television crime shows
Detective and mystery television programs
Ghost television programs
Drama
Medientyp: Videoaufnahme
Dokumenttyp: Bildmaterial
Alle Autoren: Hank Capshaw; Robert Stack; Terence Pratt; First Look Home Entertainment.; et al
ISBN: 1592412904 9781592412907 1592412769 9781592412761
OCLC-Nummer: 56472851
Sprachhinweis: Closed-captioned.
Anmerkungen: Title from container.
Darsteller: Robert Stack.
Zielgruppe: MPAA rating: Not rated.
Beschreibung: 1 videodiscs (ca. 142 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD format.
Inhalt: Lizzie Borden's house --
Tatum's ghost --
Ghostly attraction --
Ghost writer --
Mary Celeste --
Comedy store ghosts --
Myrtles Plantation --
General Wayne's Inn --
Devil's backbone.
Andere Titel Ghosts
Verfasserangabe: Cosgrove/Meurer Productions, Inc. ; producer, Phyllis Coblentz ; writers, Raymond Bridgers ... [et al.] ; directors, Hank Capshaw ... [et al.].

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Host Robert Stack presides over an investigation into unsolved mysteries ranging from murders to UFO sightings. Through reenactments and interviews, viewers are presented with the known facts of each case. Anyone with additional information is then urged to contact the show's producers via a toll-free telephone number.

Lizzie Borden's house: Now a bed & breakfast the home of Lizzie Borden in Fall River, Massachusetts, the site of the infamous axe murders, is reportedly haunted. Reconditioned to resemble the house as it was in 1892, guests and employees alike have seen and heard strange things while inside. Some greet the occurrence with excitement and curiousity, while others are afraid to go back inside. -- Tatum's ghost: Jim and Katherine Tatum of Marietta, GA, have experienced "supernatural" occurrences in their new home. The "ghost" likes to tug on Katherine's blouse while she's working in the kitchen. -- Ghostly attraction: In 1990, the Hatley's moved into a 109-year-old mansion only to discover their home was haunted by the ghost of John Hardin, 32, who'd been murdered while putting out a deliberately-set fire in his truck in 1975. -- Ghost writer: A man who dies "returns" to his daughter to write a letter to his wife. -- Mary Celeste: When the huge, three masted frigate, Mary Celeste, was discovered floundering in the Atlantic, there was no sign of life aboard. The captain and crew seemingly vanished from this ship with no signs of foul play and no reason for the crew to abandon ship. -- Comedy store ghosts: Patrons and stand-up comics described the ghosts who inhabit this famed nightclub where Robin Williams, Jay Leno, and David Letterman - among many others - got their start. -- Myrtles Plantation: At least 10 people have died violently at the Myrtles Plantation since it was built on an ancient Indian burial ground in 1796. Now it has been turned into a bed & breakfast where guests can spend the night in one of the beautifully appointed bedroom suites. But if you spend the night at the Myrtles, you may not be alone. Why is this lovely antebellum plantation considered the most haunted house in America? Who are the ghosts that haunt the Myrtles? -- General Waynes' Inn: Mysterious noises, smells and apparitions have led the owner of General Wayne's Inn in Merion, Pennsylvania, to claim a ghost is a permanent resident. -- Devil's backbone: It's called the Devil's Backbone, and when it comes to ghosts per square mile, few places are said to match these 4700 acres in central Texas, about 50 miles south of Austin.

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