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Comments Lookinh is a ghost story for Christmas - it is a brief history of the appearance of ghosts and poltergeists and other spirits on television. Not fictional ghosts - but real ones, or the reports of their appearances, that you find in various news and documentary programmes. But as so often when one looks at material in the archives, it turns out that it tells you less about the subjects of the programmes - the ghosts - than about the strange medium that possesses modern society - television.
A modern fear that was going to grow much bigger in the s - especially again on TV. What was drama and what was not?
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It is also very frightening - and a brilliant piece of Newxastle drama. He went around with a Hi-8 camera, operating it himself. Just remember it's not real. And the shot of an elderly psychic investigator sitting among the images of late bac, teen dreams while listening to the recordings of himself communicating with the poltergeist is just brilliant. It was published by the Fortean Times. And the poltergeist has by now gone beyond wallpaper.
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Grosse was a wonderful person. Her parents fear the minimum term will be interpreted as his full sentence.
It demonstrated the truth about modern television - that we all know that increasingly the line between fiction and non-fiction is blurred on TV. The crew filmed the two girls as the poltergeist seems to speak through Ghpst, the strange voice coming and going in front of the camera. The strange paradox that, at the very time that the audience is becoming more and more aware that not everything on TV is real, that same audience feel that if an event appears on TV - that is a guide to whether it is real or not.
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Here is an extract from one of the earliest. There is a change in this film. The idea of exorcism disappeared and the TV reporters decided to turn to science.
I want to tell the story of the rise of the suburban poltergeist in factual TV from the s onwards, how those reports inspired Ghostwatch, and how the extraordinary reaction on the night Ghostwatch was transmitted in showed clearly where the real ghosts of our society newvastle now gone to live. All the mundane and banal aspects of reality are taken and infused with an hysterical intensity - that we are both fascinated by and terrified of - whether it be food or Al Qaida.
But they insist that they were only doing this to test and tease Mr Grosse - and that much of it newastle real. The Radio Times was apparently told never to mention it ever again. This time they concentrated on the two daughters - Margaret and Janet Hodgson. The Enfield haunting became famous, and so did the psychic investigator, Maurice Grosse.
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Not fictional ghosts - but real ones, or the reports of their appearances, that you find in various news and documentary programmes. The feelings give people something special - the power to pierce through the disappointing hust of their suburban lives and enter into something new and special. As the suburban hauntings multiplied in the mid s, the approach of the programme-makers changed.
He then had full editorial control - and used it to put together a beautiful and moving film. It is the haunting of a council house in Swindon in The judge described the murder as an act of "utter barbarism".
It devastated both him and his wife. It is just like living in a haunted suburban house on the fringes of North London - except that it is now the whole world.
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But then Volk added a line that I think goes to the heart of what has happened to TV ever since. And you can find the whole thing here. So we're back to square one where we started. The lines between the once distinct languages newcastoe factual and fictional TV were becoming dangerously blurred.
The suburban couple at the heart of the story are no longer secondary figures in the story. It's touched my things.
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This made him intensely sympathetic to the people he encountered in his investigations. They would use special recording equipment to discover whether the hauntings were real, and the stories were turned into a battle between superstition and reason. It is possibly the best evocation of the mood that is at the heart of all these film reports - a transformation of the dull interior of an ordinary suburban house into an intense psycho-drama where even the most mundane of objects, in this case a Lego-block, becomes possessed by an inner destructive force.
The reporter also follows an accepted format - he is indulgently sceptical, but brings with him a religious "expert" who is going to exorcise the presence.
The film is beautifully made. And here are some extracts from Ghostwatch - which show how much it was rooted in the suburban poltergeist reports of the s.
Comments Here is a ghost story for Christmas - it is a brief history of the appearance of ghosts and poltergeists and other spirits on television.