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Devil

I saw the 2010 movie Devil last weekend.  I was curious as to why the “devil” would show up in an elevator?   I mean the powerful and famous beast wouldn’t waste his or her time unless it was important.

I found this movie to be better than expected.  I liked how the stories of each character came together.  I also better understand that sometimes we need evil to control evil.  It sounds crazy but you need to watch the movie to understand what I’m talking about.  All I will say is we all must pay for our sins.

This movie is especially for the greedy that feed on evil to gain money and power with no regard for their fellow man.  If we need the devil to take care of them then so be it.  I get it now.  I know that there can’t be good without evil.  Positive and negative.  HOWEVER, we must remember that in order to have the perfect balance we must not feed our dark side and never take advantage or harm the innocent.

Humans aren’t evil, greedy humans are.  It’s because of the greedy we are so primitive today.  We would be far more advanced if we were allowed to progress instead of being held back by financial vampires.

I have faith in the natural order.  I know that those that have the power to end hunger and suffering, but don’t, will see the devil and it won’t be to share a drink, either.  You see the more evil you are, the more the devil will imprison your soul until it is purged.  Is it possible to clean the filthiest of souls?  Time heals all wounds.  Will they repent before this happens and help their fellow man.  You see we are all connected.  If you hurt one person, you are really hurting yourself.

I am going to take some time off to think about things.  I have written some notes about the laws of the natural order.  I think it’s very important and the world needs to establish some sort of balance by being positive and good.

**** I just want to add that I figure the so called devil really is a servant of God.  If people do horrible things because they feel that the darkness and evil are more powerful then they are terrible wrong.  I know without a doubt that God who is the light is the all powerful master.  We should only serve God peacefully and with a pure heart.

First of all let me say how much I enjoy listening to Coast To Coast, George Noory is an amazing person and he does such a terrific job. ” Tuesday Recap – John Zaffis and his guest, Carmen Reed told her story about living in a haunted former funeral parlor. ” I was so pleased to hear A Haunting Connecticut featured on the show last night!  Carmen Reed, the mother in the story, was interviewed.  Along with John Zaffis, who actually worked on the case.  His character in the movie was the priest, but he is not.  The classic Hollywood Horror distortion lol!  I am going to download the podcast because I was working and missed it.  For a copy of the show, please sign up and download hour 3 of the show.

I knew this story was based on TRUE events!  So many non believers have to spread their ignorance because they are so naive and can’t even fathom that there is something more than this world.  George Noory said that it’s energy, and let me add to that ENERGY NEVER DIES!  Both Carmen Reed and John Zaffis said that both the movie and the documentary was very accurate; however, due to time restraints neither was able to provide all the facts.  The same goes for the book In A Dark Place by Ray Garton. Carmon stated that she paid $750 a month for the 5 bedroom home back in the 80s and she gained more than lodging… she stated that she now knows that there is something else and would never live in another funeral home again.


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Haunting in Connecticut

Paranormal investigator & demonologist John Zaffis and his guest, Carmen Reed (third hour) told her story about living in a haunted former funeral parlor, and the disturbing details of what her family endured. The events, which took place over a two-year period beginning in the late 1980s were depicted in the TV documentary A Haunting in Connecticut (2002), and the just released Hollywood film The Haunting in Connecticut.

The documentary was very accurate, though the new film hits on things that weren’t in the earlier project said Zaffis. Though Reed didn’t accept the idea that the house was haunted initially, her son (who was undergoing cancer treatments) immediately started seeing entities, including one that had completely blackened eyes. Zaffis said he spent over 9 weeks staying at the Reed’s home, and one night saw Carmen slammed into the floor. In his own terrifying incident, which took place on the staircase, he watched a transparent form taking shape that was accompanied by a foul odor. Zaffis heard a sound like “the fluttering of wings” and a voice that said “Do you know what they did to us?”

Reed said the entities used different effects to frighten them, including growling sounds and making the mattresses appear to breathe. While in a trance-like state that lasted 8 hours, she had a wrenching encounter with tormented spirits, where she felt their extreme negative emotions as they moved through her. For more on the case, including photos, see this recap from 6/7/06. Zaffis also talked about his work with well known exorcists such as the late Malachi Martin, Bishop McKenna, and Father Fortea of Spain.

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Check out the official website for the new film The Haunting in Connecticut, which is based on events Carmen Reed and her family experienced while living in a former funeral home. The site features trailers, ‘haunted e-cards,’ and a special blog called Questions for the Dead.

CARMON REED -

“A HAUNTING IN CONNECTICUT”
You may have seen the documentary, but you haven’t heard the whole story.

My name is Carmen Reed; I am the mom that lived in that haunted funeral home. I have tried for many years to walk away from this story and return to a “Normal” life. Over the years I was found several times and the story took on new life.It took New Dominion many months to talk me into doing the story. They told me that they would treat it with respect and they wouldn’t make it hokey or unbelievable. I have to admit, I was pleased with the way they handled it. Time constraints made it impossible to put everything in the documentary.
There is a movie, “The Haunting in Connecticut”, in development now with, “Gold Circle Films and Lionsgate”. I believe it will bring a new understanding of what went on in the house.I am now writing a book, “Demons in the Dark” with John Zaffis, the chief researcher in my home, and the always honorable Chip Coffey. The book will deal with the subject in its entirety, however, I still needed a venue where others could come to ask questions and get spiritual advice. I never want anyone to feel alone in their journey with the supernatural or other trials in their life, when I can help because of my intuition and by what I have learned.When someone contacted me, I would agonize over doing the right thing for my children. I also felt a responsibility to the story, and I felt it needed to be told.When my family moved into that house, I had no knowledge or even a vocabulary to describe what was happening. Which made the responsibility direr in my opinion?I know when the story broke in Connecticut, my children were hurt and insulted by others. I had this naive belief that the media was there to help people. I never for a minute, thought they would do anything to jeopardize my children’s safety. If I had it to do over again, I would never have gone public. I work with others now, I never recommend it.

I have decided that since the story would not leave me alone, it must be kismet. I now tell the story to anyone that will sit still long enough to hear it.

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Well we were the first ones in line at the movie at the Beaches last night… we showed up more than 1/2 hr early to ensure that we would not only get in, but get good seats, as well.  First off, the movie did follow the typical Hollywood bastardization of true haunting stories, in order to follow the standard for classic haunted house films; however, they did update it for today’s audience with zombie-like entities trapped in the former funeral home.  The film does provide you with a scare factor, even though it’s only rated 14A.  I liked the characters and how the story flowed.  I do much prefer the television version of A Haunting, because the re-enactments, along with the narration of facts, in the series, certainly do amplify the scare effect, instead of quick jolts, here and there, with a lot of drama filler, like in the movie.  If you enjoy B Horror films then I would definitely go see the film.  If you are true to Discovery A Haunting, then you probably find it awkward, at the start.  I am both, so I was able to get into the movie… even the cheesy parts too lol  The movie was approx 2 hours long and not one person walked out, so it was not a bad movie.  I would rate this film 3.5 out of 5 stars.   I am going to pick up the book to get the full story, because I’m sure both the show and movie could not have provided all the facts and how much of it was fudged, right?  As a true horror buff, I know that you will probably never see horror film actors receive an oscar for these types of films, because they will always be typical B films, yet, I did jump off my seat several times, though.   I am going to buy the BluRay DVD when it comes out because the story was so very fascinating.

The Haunting Connecticut opens this weekend and right here in Toronto there are several movie houses premiering this very scary movie based on a true story.  There is also A Haunting Discovery Pilot based on the same Connecticut story and let me just assure you all that it is frightening.  It involves a former funeral home with a history and many experienced paranormal activity.  For Location & Times in Toronto and surrounding areas, please click HERE. For everywhere else I have the Haunting Connecticut Official Website that should surely offer you this information

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