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Paranormal Docuseries “THE ENFIELD POLTERGEIST” Comes To Apple TV+

Tuesday, September 26, 2023 | Docs, News


Between 1977 and 1979, single mother Peggy Hodgson and her daughters Janet, 11, and Margaret, 13, allegedly experienced one of the most terrifying hauntings of all time. Known as the Enfield Poltergeist, the case made headlines across the United Kingdom and attracted the attention of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren, among others. Witnesses to the inexplicable events claimed they saw the Hodgson sisters levitate, heavy furniture move on its own and heard guttural disembodied voices in the Hodgsons’ home. Controversial to this day, the incident sparked endless examination and speculation, inspiring the BBC’s infamous 1992 Ghostwatch broadcast and the highly fictionalized retelling of the Warrens’ involvement, The Conjuring 2.

October 27, streaming service Apple TV+ will unravel the mystery as never before in an all-new four-part documentary series titled THE ENFIELD POLTERGEIST. Produced for Apple TV+ by MetFilm and Concordia Studio and directed by Jerry Rothwell, the series gathers more than 250 hours of rare audio archive, meticulous recreation of the setting of the haunting and original interviews with the people impacted by the case. The horrifying events that plagued the Hodgson family are meticulously recreated through real recordings captured by paranormal investigator Maurice Grosse, who archived all of his interviews with those affected by the phenomenon, an accurate recreation of the actual 284 Green Street home, reenactments and present-day interviews.

All episodes premiere globally on Friday, October 27, 2023. Get a sneak peek at THE ENFIELD POLTERGEIST now!

William J. Wright
William J. Wright is RUE MORGUE's online managing editor. A two-time Rondo Classic Horror Award nominee and an active member of the Horror Writers Association, William is lifelong lover of the weird and macabre. His work has appeared in many popular (and a few unpopular) publications dedicated to horror and cult film. William earned a bachelor of arts degree from East Tennessee State University in 1998, majoring in English with a minor in Film Studies. He helped establish ETSU's Film Studies minor with professor and film scholar Mary Hurd and was the program's first graduate. He currently lives in Knoxville, Tennessee, with his wife, three sons and a recalcitrant cat.