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If enough people believe in something, perception can become reality. In Carey, Ohio, the perception was that countless horrific acts had occurred in the old Hartford Mansion. The reality was that the curse which befell the house was far worse than any story ever told.

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it is funny how the picture of the dummy goes with this house, I wonder what that is all about?

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^A children's playroom where all their dolls come to life, maybe? All I know is that I wish a maze like this would come to Hollywood. Creepy, Old School but actually takes itself seriously, and isn't a joke of classic horror.

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i still don't know what to think,

this is a ghost house? or a torture chamber house?

they talk about a curse, so I wonder what that means? it might not be a ghost house,

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In my opinion, this sounds closer to Richard Matheson's Hell House (when I think heinous deeds, I almost immediately think Emeric Belasco). If not that, then maybe something slightly tamer, such as the lore surrounding Ohio's own Franklin Castle? In 2010, we had a source via Twitter named Emeric Belasco, and if I remember correctly Dr. Jimmy went into get detail about the name's source material in that year's Speculation thread. Some online sources that I’ve found cite Hell House as being loosely based on two real life haunts (Franklin Castle, originally the Tiedemann House, in Cleveland, Ohio, and Waverly Hills Sanitarium near Louisville, Kentucky).

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Carey, Ohio = instant win. This one looks great, probably tied for second with Penn and Teller for me in terms of anticipation.

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This sounds a lot like the Apparition. The new movie coming out.

"Once you believe its real... you die"

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In my opinion, this sounds closer to Richard Matheson's Hell House (when I think heinous deeds, I almost immediately think Emeric Belasco). If not that, then maybe something slightly tamer, such as the lore surrounding Ohio's own Franklin Castle? In 2010, we had a source via Twitter named Emeric Belasco, and if I remember correctly Dr. Jimmy went into get detail about the name's source material in that year's Speculation thread. Some online sources that I’ve found cite Hell House as being loosely based on two real life haunts (Franklin Castle, originally the Tiedemann House, in Cleveland, Ohio, and Waverly Hills Sanitarium near Louisville, Kentucky).

Hell House = incredibly creepy and one of my favorite Matheson stories. Add the doll factor in and the creep -o-meter for this house goes through the roof in a major way. Taking us back to Carey, Ohio makes this one a winner already in my book.

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Hell House = incredibly creepy and one of my favorite Matheson stories. Add the doll factor in and the creep -o-meter for this house goes through the roof in a major way. Taking us back to Carey, Ohio makes this one a winner already in my book.

Did LT:Wyandot Estate take place in Carey? The only events I've been to were 07,10,& 11. And Carey just sounds ultra familiar...maybe from reading the walkthrough/wiki on older mazes?

Hell House = incredibly creepy and one of my favorite Matheson stories. Add the doll factor in and the creep -o-meter for this house goes through the roof in a major way. Taking us back to Carey, Ohio makes this one a winner already in my book.

And also, the doll thing might make this house one of the better ones in terms of legitimate scares for me...i don't do dolls.

Eff. That. Noise.

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Both Mary Worthington's death (Mary Agana's grandmother if I'm not mistaken ) and the rougue group The Spirit Seekers investigations at Wyandot were in Carey Ohio.... So possibly a focus of an investigation....

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Something cool i noticed on the new site update. KPH9842_WoodPlankHallway.jpg it seems like that is the angled board room from Forsaken last year. Looks great!

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I am very excited for this house, too. It actually looks really creepy. I hope this is the "silent" house. Like the house with very low music and minimal sound effects, but very natural noises, like Winter's Night and The Orfanage. Those houses creeped me out, and I think this house may be scarier than we are expecting.

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I've really excited for this one. The atmosphere looks sooooooo creepy. I also like that it's not so specific. It could be ghosts, demons, even murderers... who knows!

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Kind of a fun little thing, in all the windows of the house on the website there are ghosts.

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I wonder if we will see the chair scare again... that got me good.

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Inspired by American Horror Story season 1?

No, Carey Ohio has a location HHN has visited several times since 2008 I believe. I hope this house has a Bloody Mary (Mary Agana) appearance.

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I wonder if we will see the chair scare again... that got me good.

^ I hope so! The chairactor is one of my all time favorite effects from HHN. It looks so realistic!

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something that should've been mentioned earlier... I'm sure many have forgotten about the two scenes that were revealed via the house permit...

Scenes:

- Vortex Room (spinning tunnel)

- Wrong Side of the Bed

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