The Haunting in Connecticut is a 2009 American psychological horror film produced by Gold Circle Films and directed by Peter Cornwell. The film is alleged to be about Carmen
Soon after learning that their residence was once a funeral home, their sons Paul and Bobby start seeing what they believe are ghosts. Paul begins seeing evil entities, including four dark men and a claimed demon called the "Man in the Suit", and soon after, his mental health worsens drastically while his physical health begins to improve.
Paul begins to spend more time alone in his room, and his behavior becomes violent and unpredictable. He writes dark, sinister poetry and then even physically attacks his favorite cousin, Theresa. With his behavior becoming increasingly erratic each day, his parents have him moved immediately to a mental hospital. Before his departure, Paul warns his family that even though he is out of the house, the "evil" will begin to attack everyone else. Sure enough, once Paul is gone, the evil forces inhabiting the house turn on the rest of the family. In desperation, the Parkers contact psychic investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren for help.
Vanessa Lock . . . Karen Parker
Brett Fleisher . . . Paul Parker
Rod Pearson . . . Ed Parker
Tyler Reid . . . Bobby Parker
Kelli Barrett . . . Teresa Johnson
Lee Lively . . . Father Frank
Jim McKeny . . . Father Richard
Maggie Geroe . . . Connie Parker
Shirley Vaughn . . . Lorraine Warren
Ralph Denton Sr. . . . Ed Warren
John Zaffis . . . Himself (in interviews)
John West . . . Father Thomas
Noah Fryrear . . . Mark Parker
Rick Hite . . . Priest #1
Raymond Smith . . . Chris (Researcher)
Robert Ruffin . . . Man in Suit
Anthony Call . . . Narrator
Lorraine Warren . . . Herself (in interviews)
Sandra Buffmeier . . . Ghost Woman
Jenny Gordon . . . Cleaning Lady
Newton Miller . . . Doctor
Molly Larkin . . . Nurse
Karen Fleisher . . . Hospital Staff #1
Rick Reid . . . Hospital Staff #2
Mike Cardona . . . Medical Assistant
Willie Young . . . Orderly #1
Walter Byrum . . . Orderly #2
Rob Fortner . . . Carpenter #1
Anthony Williams . . . Carpenter #2
Chris Remer . . . Carpenter #3
Robert Hundley . . . Ambulance Driver #1
Lisa Sneigrove . . . Ambulance Driver #2
Jeffrey Gypson . . . Ambulance Driver #3
Joel Webb . . . Dark Man #1
Rob Waddell . . . Dark Man #2
John Adams . . . Dark Man #3
David Williamson . . . Dark Man #4
Monty Craddock . . . Psychiatrist
Gene Galusha . . . Entity Voice
Tammy Alvis . . . Herself (in interviews, uncredited)
Michael Cuneo . . . Himself (in interviews, uncredited)
Carmen Reed . . . Herself (in interviews, uncredited)
Bradley Snedeker . . . Himself (in interviews, uncredited)
The film was released on DVD on September 30, 2008, by Echo Bridge Entertainment. A Haunting in Georgia was released on the same date, also by Echo Bridge Entertainment.
- This story was also featured in the 2009 movie The Haunting in Connecticut.
- This case was also written about in the book In A Dark Place: The Story of a True Haunting. It was written by Ray Garton, with the help of Ed and Lorraine Warren, and Carmen and Al Snedeker.
- This story was even featured on an episode of Paranormal Witness, titled The Real Haunting in Connecticut after the 2009 movie was released.
- Philip Snedeker passed away due to cancer at the age of 40, on January 9th 2012.