29 Min Released Dec 4, 2017

The Thing in the Attic

Larry was a student, living a privileged, carefree life in South Africa in the dying years of Apartheid. The violence and oppression of white rule had little impact on him. Then in the dead of night he experienced a terrifying, ghostly visitation that would make him question his own sanity and the depth of racial injustice in his homeland. 

Haunted

Haunted

Do ghosts exist?

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