Sherwin (aka “Sheena Metal” / LA Talk Radio), the dark account of this oppressive location contains some of the best — and some of the most shocking – actual paranormal evidence captured by any media platform to date. A true break-out indie, the film, produced through Egnew’s production company for less than $10,000, makes big waves with its deceptively simple documentary format.
“I didn’t believe in all that [paranormal phenomenon] but this, this is stuck with me now. Fear is a different story when what you’re watching is real,” commented Wayne Shawver, a screener and towering six-foot-six cowboy at the film’s theatrical premier in Sheridan, Wyoming, appropriately held at the haunted and historic WYO Theater.
“Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting” delves into the taboo world of the spiritual realm, revealing the individual ingredients that come together to birth a terrifying haunting of this magnitude. Psychic Danielle Egnew works closely with local Native American tribal leaders, historians, a psychologist, two reputable paranormal investigation groups, as well as first-hand paranormal accounts from local townsfolk, B & B guests, and more, to bring the twisted secrets and complicated identity of Montgomery House into the light. Filmed on location in three different states, and containing the only Cowlitz Indian Death Ritual ever to be captured on film, “Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting” is an unnerving expose on what lurks in the space between what we recognize as truth, and what we choose to ignore. Visit www.MontgomeryHouseHaunting.com for trailer, viewing information, and more.