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A Haunting: Season 3

4.8 out of 5 stars 51 customer reviews

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The complete third season of the Discovery Channel supernatural investigation series that delves into seemingly inexplicable paranormal events and follows a team of parapsychologists as they attempt to discover the roots of these strange happenings and put the demons to rest with various exorcism ceremonies and cleansing rites.

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Shout! Factory / Timeless Media
  • DVD Release Date: May 20, 2008
  • Run Time: 495 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0013LPS34
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,106 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "A Haunting: Season 3" on IMDb

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Season 3 of A Haunting continues to provide well made documentaries of paranormal experiences and investigations. The episodes are just as good, and in some cases better, than those from Seasons 1 & 2. A Haunting is a documentary series that explores allegedly true tales of hauntings, ghosts and the paranormal. Each show is composed of high quality atmospheric reenactments that follow descriptions of eyewitnesses. Superimposed on the action is the creepy, measured voice of a narrator who sets the mood and explains the events. The show is exceptionally effective. Most episodes have at least some unnerving moments and some are downright scary. Viewers interested in the paranormal should love this series as should people who like horror movies.

Below is a short description of each episode in Season 3. The number in parentheses is my "scariness rating"; scale = 1-5 with 5 being the scariest. Minor spoilers throughout.
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I bought seasons 1, 2 & 3 for my son's birthday. We are fans of the show and he flipped out when he got it. We love that all the stories are based on true events and all have an element of scariness without any blood or gore. The acting sometimes isn't all that great but that kind of lends to the entertainment value. We love every show from start to finish. There are about 5 shows per DVD (3 DVD's total)and each show is about 45 minutes long (they are hour long shows on TV with commercials). We had a 2 day marathon when we got the dvd's in the mail. I highly recommend these to anyone interested in the paranormal.
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Great, as all hauntings are - nothing to complain about story wise - I just recall in the first two seasons - they would get to the heart of why the ghosts were haunting people - whereas now they seem to cut it off in the end - never explaining why the ghost was haunting that particular place ' no matter - still spooky - love every one of the ten stories!
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Airing on the Discovery Channel from October to December 2006, A Haunting: Season 3 is probably my favorite season, although all four seasons were great. Narrated by Anthony Call (The FBI Files), this series presents supposedly true real life ghost stories of ordinary people who have lived them. These events are re-enacted with actors along with comments from the actual people who lived these events. Some of the strange things that occur in these episodes are ghost sightings, general paranormal activity, demonic activity, and possession. These events happened in every corner of the U.S. as well as a few countries outside the U.S. The usual pattern of events consists of people experiencing strange activity, followed by fear, then a paranormal investigator and/or a priest enters the picture. These stories are presented in a subtle, yet creepy and haunting way. The narration by Anthony Call is superb, as is the eerie music present throughout each episode. The ghostly imagery is also well done, using some CGI as well as some cheap yet effective special effects.

My personal favorite episodes in Season 3 are Hidden Terror, The Dark Side, The Attic, and The Presence. All the episodes throughout the series are designed to do one thing - send chills down the spine, and that they do. Whether or not these stories are true (after all, some people will do anything to get on TV) really doesn't matter. What matters is the spookiness and entertainment value of the episodes. If one can watch horror movies, one can watch A Haunting.

I highly recommend this great series on the Discovery Channel. It's too bad the series was canceled in late 2007, much to the disappointment of many people.
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"The Blair Witch Project" didn't phase me at the movies, but these episodes manage to make my skin crawl -- especially the horrific faces right before a commercial break! Does anyone know if the scary faces are included in the dvd? You couldn't get me to watch these at night - ALONE!
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I'm a fan of the show, and have the entire seasons 1-4, which I also purchased for my mom. This supernatural-themed show is engaging and interesting - drawing viewers into the various stories through credible re-enactments, interspersed with actual interviews with paranormal experts and witnesses.

In Season 3, the theme is "Haunted Houses, Demonic Angels" and the episodes are [no particular order]:
The Wheatsheaf Horror - a psychic investigates a murderous spirit in an English pub.
The Possessed - when those who try to protect others from falling prey to supernatural entities are themselves afflicted.
The Presence - a young family battles unearthly entities in their home.
The Dark Side - Ed and Lorraine Warren, paranormal investigators, are enlisted to help a warring couple whose marital troubles attracts a demonic presence.
The Unleashed - an inquisitive young man unleashes terrifying entities through the use of ancient incantations.
A Haunting in Ireland - a new baby causes a family in Galway to be haunted by a restless spirit.
The Forgotten - a Victorian home undergoes renovation, only to awaken an evil ghost, and revealing the house's tragic past.
Fear House - a man and his kids escape a haunted house, but the father returns to help the new inhabitants.
The Attic - a young mother senses an unearthly presence in her new home that might threaten the safety of her son.
Hidden Terror - a man resorts to technology to uncover strange happenings in his home, with suprising consequences.

The DVD features no extras. There are interactive menus and chapter selection options. I'd highly recommend this series to those who love supernatural-themed shows that are high on atmosphere.
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Dont buy these if you've already invested in seasons 1-4! I got excited, thought I'd just struck gold in finding lost episodes, jumped the gun, and purchased all of them. To my dismay, Immediately after reviewing the back cover of these dvd sets, I began to recognize every single episode title... Read More
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