Posted on February 28, 2015 by JayWill7497
What happens when a magician investigates the world’s most documented haunted house? Does he debunk the haunting or does it leave him perplexed? Listen to this interview and find out.
William J. Hall is a magician who one day became interested in whether a house was truly haunted or if it was another case of fraudulent behavior.
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Poltergeist in Connecticut
Bob Bain: From Nashville Tennessee and broadcasting throughout the world you have now crossed over to the farside. Tonight we are going to look into the mysteries of the world’s most haunted house with our guest, William J. Hall. William has a book out titled The World’s Most Haunted House: The True Story of the Bridgeport Poltergeist on Lindley Street, and if you’re interested in purchasing the book after listening to this interview you can go to http://thefarside.tv/mosthaunted.
Without further ado, William, welcome to the farside.
William J. Hall: Thanks. It’s great to be here.
Bob Bain: Back in the 90’s you wrote a syndicated news column called Magic and the Unknown —
William J. Hall: Yes.
Bob Bain: Where you debunked certain beliefs and individuals who claimed to have special gifts. However on the opposite side of that exact coin you also defended various unexplained phenomena. Enjoy!!!
In November 1974, Lindley Street in Bridgeport developed into the epicenter for one of most-recorded hauntings in Connecticut history. A small bungalow-style home purchased by Gerard and Laura Goodin was stated to be under attack by otherworldly forces that were purportedly responsible for moving furniture, breaking windows, levitating objects, making a cat talk and oftentimes perplexing and terrifying everyone who stepped foot in the house.
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