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The Most Haunted House in England

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Jennifer Janusiak
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« Reply #15 on: February 22, 2009, 01:54:46 am »

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A small passing reference was made to the Borley Rectory in the horror film The Amityville Curse, which also featured a house, this time in Amityville, New York, which had once been a rectory. The house featured in the film bears some resemblance to the Borley Rectory.

In 2000 Louis Mayerling wrote and published We Faked The Ghosts of Borley Rectory, an account that was almost entirely fictional, though presented as fact. It was loosely based on the original story of Borley Rectory.

In 2004 Warner Independent Pictures purchased the rights to a screenplay by Richard Potter which was based on Price's 1940 book about Borley The Most Haunted House In England.

In Silent Hill 3, the main character Heather has to go through a haunted house, which is called 'Borley Haunted Mansion'.

In Shirley Jackson's 1959 novel "The Haunting of Hill House", a character named Dr. Montague references Borley Rectory when a 'cold spot' is discovered in Hill House. Paradoxically, no temperature drop is recorded on a thermometer despite the feeling of intense cold.

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