The Haunting of Hill House
"Steven Sees a Ghost"
Teleplay | Script
Written By: Mike Flanagan
Draft • 02.23.17
October 12, 2018 • Netflix
While investigating a ghost story for his latest novel, a skeptical Steven receives a call from his sister that triggers a chain of fateful events.
You better come out, bent-neck lady. Stop scaring Nellie. (beat) Nope, she’s long gone.
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