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A&E Sets Horror Mini-Series

A&E Network will get into the Halloween spirit with the Oct. 9 premiere of its supernatural thriller mini-series, The Enfield Haunting, said network officials.

The three-part series, adapted from Guy Lyon Playfair’s book This House Is Haunted, will focus on the terrifying, real-life supernatural events that took place in a London home in 1977, said network officials.

Timothy Spall (Harry Potter, The King's Speech) and Juliet Stevenson (Emma, Truly Madly Deeply, The Village) will star in The Enfield Haunting, which will air on consecutive Fridays, said A&E. 

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