A Haunting (2005–2019)
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The Wheatsheaf Horror 

The employees of a pub in North East England battle a cruel spirit who once murdered a little girl and still has her ghost under his evil power.


David Haycox (as Dave Haycox)


Joe Wiecha




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Anthony D. Call Anthony D. Call ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Irv Becker Irv Becker ... Joseph
Sharon Bognar Sharon Bognar
Seth Caskey ... Tim
Diana Cherkas ... Kamylah
Scott D. Foard Scott D. Foard ... Martin Brown (as Scott Foard)
Russell Maitland Russell Maitland
Alexandra Purdy Alexandra Purdy
Terry Price Terry Price ... (as Terri Price)
Todd A. Robinson
James R. Johnson ... Brian (as James Johnson)
Kaitlin Byard Kaitlin Byard
Keith Van Allen Keith Van Allen
Nick Pope Nick Pope
Chookie Ramsey Chookie Ramsey


The Wheatsheaf Hotel located in the North East of England is a century old building notorious for sightings of ghostly figures by its patrons. The young owners of the hotel decided to seek for an answer via a Ouija board. Unknown to them, the Ouija board is not just a media of communication with supernatural beings. It also acts as a door for those on the other side to cross over to our world. By chance, psychic Suzanne Hadwin, who is a professional medium, and her colleague Lana Grabinskis, a spiritual artist, came by the Wheatsheaf Hotel. Almost immediately, Suzanne found that there were negative energies flowing through the hotel. Suzanne's investigation led her to discover the hotel's unknown and ugly history. Multiple killings had taken place in the Wheatsheaf nearly a century before, but the spirits of both the victims and the murderers still live on in this 100-year-old inn. The restless spirits' game of "Hunter & The Hunted" soon led to Suzanne and the hotel owners' ... Written by Theophilus

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16 November 2006 (USA) See more »

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I thought this was so unintentionally hilarious!
30 March 2009 | by halcyonbearSee all my reviews

Why is it that American productions always have the English speaking with Dick Van Dyke-style cockney accents? England has a wide variety of regional accents so as someone who lives in North-East England I was amused that the characters in this episode of A Haunting all sounded like Londoners. The two regions are miles apart and the accents couldn't be more different, let's have a bit more authenticity please. I half expected the psychic to start tap dancing with cartoon penguins a la Mary Poppins at one point. The fact that those involved in the case were also either blatantly mad or just plain gullible adds to the amusement>

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