Father Alphonsus Trabold from nearby St. Bonaventure University performed the exorcism, while New York City psychic Alex Tanous accompanied him and additionally performed a “de-psyching” of the house.
Tremont Avenue Productions (TAP) recently discovered a document at the Tanous Foundation which appeared to be a transcript of a tape recording that the priest used to capture the event audio.
Local paranormal investigator Michael Rambacher leads the TAP crew as they explore the property, listen to the stories of what has taken place at this site, and interview the current property owners.
A group of regional actors was used to re-create the exorcism and the de-psyching of the property. The tape recording transcription was turned into a script, and the production takes place in the actual rooms where it all took place.
Watch the trailer today – and stop back beginning December 1, 2009, as the series unfolds here. Segments of the complete film will be released daily, Monday through Friday, until the complete documentary has aired – more than three hours of footage.
TAP crew members include Production Manager Shawn Galligan, Assistant Director Matthew Beucker, Set Manager Philip Haddad, and Script Manager Greg Garland. The group film expedition occurred on August 29, 30, and 31, 2009. This film is part of a series of paranormal documentaries TAP is producing this year and continues into 2010. The second film – Haunted Knickerbocker Hotel – aires here in January 2010; while the third film – Site 516 – aires in February.