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Cream to produce two-part paranormal doc, "Bathsheba," with Blue Ant

(Realscreen) — Canadian broadcasting and media company Blue Ant Media has commissioned Toronto-based Cream Productions (Age of Samurai, Story of Late Night) to produce the two-part horror documentary special Bathsheba.

The 2 x 60-minute films will venture back to 1970s New England to tell the true story that inspired James Wan’s supernatural horror film The Conjuring. Cameras will chart the encounters between renowned paranormal investigators Lorraine and Ed Warren, and the 19th-century ghost Bathsheba Sherman, who has allegedly haunted generations of families that have taken residence within her remote Massachusetts grounds.

Bathsheba will serve both as a historical and contemporary story that will combine interviews with local historians, cast and crew from The Conjuring, and the farmhouse’s current owners to “shed light on the malevolent spirit’s nearly 200-year-long torment.” It will also interweave archival footage together with CGI and “light-illustrative recreations.”

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