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“Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting” Hits Big with True Story

Danielle Egnew in Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting

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March 21st 2010

Los Angeles, CA – The public’s apatite for paranormal films and TV programming is getting larger and more demanding every quarter. From Discovery Channel’s scientific Ghost Lab to Travel Channel’s hunky Ghost Adventures, there’s a paranormal TV show for everyone. Films such as Paramount’s Paranormal Activity are top-grossing earners at the box
office, even though they are fiction.


Though the public hungers for paranormal phenomenon, programs featuring genuine paranormal activity are hard to come by. And, if viewers in the USA are
searching for paranormal programming anchored by a female lead or host, they won’t find it at  all. That is, until Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting arrived on the screen, written, directed and produced by Psychic and Medium Danielle Egnew, who also starred in this two and a half hour feature film documentary about Montgomery House Bed and Breakfast in Kalama, WA, a location never before investigated prior to Danielle Egnew’s wave-making film.

Hollywood Today comments on how Danielle Egnew “stuns audiences by crossing dreadful into reality with this evidence-packed and history-drenched disturbing true story which documents of one of America’s most tortured haunted locations…” an observation which appears to be echoed by many media outlets, and audience members.

The raw nerve with audiences is the fact that Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting, unlike its big-screen fictional counterpart Paranormal Activity, is a true story, rich with startling paranormal evidence, from many frightening disembodied voices delivering clear and eerie messages to on-camera documentation of what appears to be a non-human creature, lurking in a dark attic. The film meticulously slows down, numbering frame per frame, so viewers can easily see the skulking creature.

First time director Danielle Egnew appeals to audience’s deepest fears with Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting, sculpting the documentary to unfold like a nail-biting thriller. The film follows Psychic Egnew as she uncovers a dark history of the land and property itself that makes up what is now currently the Montgomery House Bed and Breakfast. Featured are artfully cut interviews with the home owners, local townspeople, the town historian, former bed and breakfast guests, a Psychologist, healers and representatives of different religions, and Native American leaders, including an interview with the Cowlitz Indian Chief himself, along with a paranormal investigation team who scours the property and turns up plenty of paranormal evidence while on-camera.

What sets this film apart is not only the disproportionately large amount of non-stop real-life paranormal phenomenon, which saturates the entire second half of the film, but Danielle Egnew’s almost surgical approach to historical, educational, and scientific detail, uncovering some truly horrific aspects of Montgomery House’s past and weaving it towards an ending that focuses on a Cowlitz Indian funeral ritual, the only of it’s kind to ever be filmed. For Psychic fans, Danielle Egnew’s spiritual gifts tastefully come into play all throughout the film.

Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting (Ave Vox Entertainment 2010) is available on DVD and contains over twenty minutes of bonus materials. The DVD is available through the film’s website at http://www.montgomeryhousehaunting.com .

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'Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting'
Chilling Documentary just might make a believer
out of you


By Matt Nagle
Tacoma Weekly

March 31st 2010

In the sleepy little town of Kalama, Wash. (pop. 2,475), there is a place said to be so haunted and unnerving that no one can stay there for very long. This place, a bed and breakfast known as Montgomery House, has experienced numerous occupants over the years, but today the elegantly restored 1908 Craftsman home sits vacant again following the hurried exit of the house’s last owners, who lived there for about a year. Now, the “For Sale” sign is back up again, waiting to entice the next potential owners.
Danielle Egnew in Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting


Danielle Egnew, in addition to being an award-winning singer, songwriter, actress and producer, is a multi-gifted clairvoyant channel and healer who took an interest in the house once she heard about it. With a penchant for scientific research and investigation into the unknown, Egnew took a break from her Los Angeles life to stay at Montgomery House with an audio and film crew to document her efforts to find out what is going on there. The result is the hair-raising film “Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting,” a true story so unsettling that even the most ardent naysayers may very well find themselves believing in ghosts.

Egnew’s film is not the typical, run-of-the-mill “ghost hunters” type of fare one sees on cable television. There are no overdone dramatics, no scripts and no actors playing spooky for the cameras. There is just nothing that feels fake or over-the-top about this film. What Egnew and her crew have recorded is authentic people having authentic experiences with no frills to make it seem more than it is. And it is this realness in “A Perfect Haunting” that can cause the hair on the back of your neck to stand up when you hear the same guttural voices in the basement that Egnew and her crew hear.

Egnew’s psychic abilities have led her to aid many different types of people looking for answers – from law enforcement agencies trying to solve crimes, to people trying to solve unexplainable phenomenon in their own homes. Egnew has contributed valuable “missing link” information to cases ranging from child abduction to violent crimes, accurately profiling assailants and occurrences using her clairvoyant, empathic and psychometric abilities.
 
A founding member of the Western Pacific Paranormal Alliance, Egnew calls on her friends of the Tacoma-based South Sound Paranormal Research to help her with her Montgomery House investigation. With the aid of reliable sources – Native American tribal leaders, historians, a psychologist, first-hand paranormal accounts from Montgomery House guests and owners, local townsfolk and spiritual healers and leaders of many sects – the dark secrets and complicated identity of Montgomery House are brought into the light.

The crew makes many startling discoveries during the course of filming “A Perfect Haunting.” For one thing they find out that the house is plagued with compounded, layered hauntings that span several periods of time in its history. Also, the house sits on a hotbed of conductive water. Situated near the Columbia River, a creek runs next to the property and travels under the house to meet with a live spring in the basement. Egnew says these crossed water sources conduct electromagnetic energy creating a vortex or “dimensional portal.” The basement is especially foreboding for Egnew and others in the film.
 
“It’s like the door is looking at you,” she says.
 
A very interesting element in the film is in how Egnew makes the Native American connection to the spiritual matters concerning the house. Roy Wilson, chief and spiritual leader of the Cowlitz Indian Nation, is seen in the film explaining that Kalama was built on the bones of his ancestors. Mike Iyall, tribal historian for the Cowlitz Nation, tells how diseases like smallpox, measles and malaria wiped out up to 50,000 people throughout the area over about a 60-year period, many of whom were not given proper burial. Add to this that the house was once used as a bordello and abortions are said to have taken place in the house during this time. Egnew and others say they feel, see and hear a strong presence of children throughout the house. In the late 1800s, a prison camp was nearby with a hanging tree to execute prisoners. And at some point in its past, the house was used as a hospital or doctor’s office with the dining room used as an operating room.
 
With its original music soundtrack, local connection and historical significance, “Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting” is a must-see film full of paranormal evidence that is hard to argue with. Order the DVD at http://www.MontgomeryHouseHaunting.com

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FILMMAKER DANIELLE EGNEW AND THE FLORIDA GHOST TEAM RELY ON SHURE WIRELESS FOR PARANORMAL INVESTIGATIONS


Shure Mics on Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting NILES, IL January 15, 2010 – When it comes to paranormal activity, Shure wireless microphone systems seem to be operating on the right frequency.  In the new film, Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting (Ave Vox Entertainment), they were put to the test.

 Written and directed by renowned clairvoyant Danielle Egnew, Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting is a documentary that uncovers the origins of the terrifying haunted history of the Montgomery House Bed and Breakfast in Kalama, WA. With the aid of local Native American tribal leaders, historians, a psychologist, two reputable paranormal investigation groups, firsthand accounts from Bed and Breakfast guests, owners, local townsfolk, and a bevy of spiritual healers and leaders of many sects, the dark secrets and complicated identity of Montgomery House are brought into the light.

 In addition to being a writer, director, actress, and musical artist, Danielle Egnew has her own metaphysical practice in Los Angeles and has done psychic work for law enforcement, Fortune 500 Companies, Hollywood executives, and celebrities.  She was compelled to turn her investigation of Montgomery House into a documentary due to the magnitude of the paranormal activity that was happening there.  Similar to the phenomenon of the right set of weather conditions coming together to create the perfect storm, Montgomery House and its surrounding area is filled with several individual ingredients that collectively act as a superconductor for supernatural energy... the perfect haunting.

 The film not only tells the story of Montgomery House but enables the viewer to actually witness and experience the paranormal evidence; as an actual apparition is caught on film and Electronic Voice Phenomenon (EVPs) are captured in the audio. 

 “That wireless mic system was basically part of my anatomy, as we shot the investigation footage live, over several days,” said Egnew. “There was only one investigation scene toward the end where I wasn’t wearing the Shure lav, which was unusual for that shoot, and during that segment an entity whispered so loudly in my ear that I thought it was the investigator next to me. Had I been wearing the wireless like I was supposed to, I’m positive that the entity’s voice would have been picked up by the sensitivity of that mic, loud and clear.”

 Another opportunity for Shure wireless mics to tune in the paranormal is with the Florida Ghost Team (FGT), a non-profit organization that thrives on moving forward and promoting professional paranormal research and investigation. Established in 2003 by Shaun Jones, FGT is one of the oldest and most respected teams in Florida, and its Assistant Director is Robb Demarest, who also stars in Ghost Hunters International.

The Florida Ghost Team investigates reported paranormal activity at homes and businesses statewide. The team members use electromagnetic field readers, thermal imaging devices, infrared cameras, digital recorders, and Shure wireless headset microphone systems for hands free team member communications.

“Florida Ghost Team were using two-way radios, which are not really user-friendly when you have to put down your equipment and reach for them,” said Director Shaun Jones.  “We were in need of a good communication system that is hands-free, lightweight, and with a long range signal.  We are usually in places such as old buildings and most of them have brick walls that make it hard to get a decent signal. The Shure wireless headset systems work great!  They are a real problem solver and may even start a new trend in this field.”

Acknowledging that there are skeptics regarding ghost hunting, Egnew and Jones emphasize the scientific aspects of their work, and are confident that the tangible evidence their teams collect, as well as their own firsthand experiences, authenticate the paranormal.

For more information about Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting and The Florida Ghost Team visit their websites: www.montgomeryhousehaunting.com and www.floridaghostteam.com.

About Shure Incorporated

 Founded in 1925, Shure Incorporated (www.shure.com) is widely acknowledged as the world's leading manufacturer of microphones and audio electronics. Over the years, the Company has designed and produced many high-quality professional and consumer audio products that have become legendary for performance, reliability, and value.  Shure’s diverse product line includes world-class wired microphones and wireless microphone systems for performers and presenters, award-winning earphones and headsets for MP3 players and smartphones, and top-rated phonograph cartridges for professional DJs. Today, Shure products are the first choice whenever audio performance is a top priority.

 Shure Incorporated corporate headquarters is located in Niles, Illinois, in the United States. The Company has additional manufacturing facilities and regional sales offices in China, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico, The United Kingdom, and the United States.


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Interview Paranormal Filmmaker Danielle Egnew - Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting

By Terra King
The Los Angeles Examiner

January 12th 2010

Danielle Egnew is a paranormal researcher and an empathist (commonly called an empath.) Her latest project is a documentary entitled "Montgomery House; The Perfect Haunting."  Danielle's film about a haunted Bed & Breakfast in Washington State is an amazing work of paranormal filmmaking. Her

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film is always interesting and oftenterrifying. Below is my interview with the multi-talented Danielle Egnew.

Terra - In your film 'Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting,' you've shown a home that is truly a 'perfect' haunt. There is a bit of every type of activity. How did the house come to your attention?

Danielle - At the time, the home was owned by Eric and Julianna Montgomery, who were both artists signed to the same record label that I’m signed to. We were all coming back from a tour date in southern Washington where we had all played, and we stopped at Eric and Julianna’s home for a cup of coffee and brief visit. I immediately noticed that something was up with the house.  I didn’t really mention it much at the time, as I didn’t want to startle either Eric or Julianna, who as it turns out, knew all about the paranormal activity anyway since they were living with it, but you’re never quite sure in instances like that. I eventually brought it up to Eric, and he told me he knew there were ghosts in the home, and I later on expressed my interest in doing a documentary about the house.

Terra - During your first investigation in the basement of the house, you saw some very scary entities. How did you hold it together? Most people (even other psychics,) would have ran.

Danielle - (laughing) Well, it was pretty unpleasant, but I knew that the energy in basement would feed off of that kind of fear. And the worst thing about Demonic Activity, for me, is how it physically feels. Yes, it can appear in creepy forms, but the worst part for me is that oppressive, electrical feeling that hangs right behind your head, like at any minute a cobra is going to strike at you two inches from your face, so there’s no ducking out of the way. Also, I don’t tend to give into the bullying of Demonic Energies. I find them to be the worst type of parasite. Like roaches – you kill a bunch and they come back, so you have to roach bomb again – they’re very resilient pests. Having knowledge of the nature of that type of paranormal parasite really does help prepare a person in situations like that.

Terra - Were there any scenes that didn't make the final cut of the film? If so, why did you choose not to include them?

Danielle - Oh, there were so many, and they were all hard to cut, but I thought to myself, sheesh, this film is going to be four hours long if I don’t trim some of this! Many of the cut scenes made it into the special features, like parts of the investigation and extended interviews. But there were more scenes with different parts of interviews that I would have loved to keep, and there simply was not enough time. Now if I were cutting this as a TV series, that would be a different story (laughing). And there was quite a bit of the walk-through footage that was cut that actually had more house history and paranormal information included. Unfortunately, that’s the nature of the beast with film. You have to pick the most relevant  of what you’ve got and scale back the rest. Not everything caught on the camera makes it onto the screen even though you love it.

Terra - What are some of the side-effects for people living in a haunted house?

Danielle - The side effects can vary, depending on the nature of the haunting, but often if the haunting is bad enough, as it was in this location, side-effects on the residents of the home can be personality changes, paranoia, difficulty in sleeping, financial and family troubles, and mood swings. If the haunting is bad enough, residents of a home can incur what I call a “spiritual sickness”, like getting the flu you’ve picked up when riding a subway train. When a person is submerged in energy that’s very negative, that person can’t help but soak some of that up, unless the individual guards themselves with prayer or meditation. How that energy is going to affect the individual, or how much of the negativity they soak up, will depend on the individual. The same goes for positive spirits – if there is an overwhelming positivity in the house, the individuals living in the house will feel bursts of peace, contentment and solidarity. Just remember what Einstein talked about – energy cannot be destroyed, only transferred.


Terra - Is there a sequel in the works???

Danielle - No, there’s no sequel. I think the story wraps itself up pretty well. There are still some mysteries left surrounding the house, and I felt it was appropriate to leave those in place.

Terra - How long did you stay at the house for the actual shoot?

Danielle - Eric and Julianna Montgomery were gracious enough to let myself and Art, the director of photography, stay in the house for the duration of the shoot in Kalama while we were interviewing the townsfolk and the members of the Cowlitz Indian tribe. We were in the home for seven days total. The paranormal team and our second unit director came in for three days of that weekend. We shot for two days prior to arriving at Montgomery House while up in Tacoma, WA, right after I came off of tour releasing my Red Lodge album. I mean, literally, right off tour. I had my last concert of a three day stretch that started in Los Angeles and ended in Seattle, and then we went right into principal photography the next day. So it was a real grind. The majority of the work on the film came, of course, in post production. That was a near-year long process that I literally shelved everything else in my life to finish, and with so many creative irons in the fire that I have, that was a really big commitment for me. But I believed in the project, and the payoff has been huge, in terms of creating something I’m extremely proud of.  I edited the film, as well as did all the post production sound and scoring, and even did some 2-D animations to illustrate some points, so I am really, really excited about what was created. It really ended up being something everyone involved in the picture can feel very good about being associated with.

Terra - At what age did your gifts become apparent?

Danielle - I realized that I was seeing something that other kids weren’t seeing at a very early age. I recall being two years old and seeing a great aunt of mine who had died before I was born, but she looked as real and three dimensional to me as anyone else, so I described her to my parents and sort of freaked the adults out (laughing).??

Terra - How were your gifts discovered and do you consider them 'gifts?'

Danielle - I do consider them gifts, although I think managing them has had some interesting challenges over the years. When you continually simply “know” what’s going to happen next, or you experience events before they occur, or you are able to interact with spirit life on a regular basis, that’s a lot for a kid to handle, and I had to work through a lot of anxiety on my own. Now days, the awareness is much higher for children with extra-sensory abilities, and there is much more support – just look at the wonderful work that Psychic Chip Coffey is doing on his show “Psychic Kids” on A & E.  But back when I was a kid, 30, 40 years ago, this was all very taboo. I was raised in a very religious family in Montana, and though the family was very spiritual, anything paranormal as we recognize it today was considered to be Demonic or part of the occult. I have always considered these abilities to be gifts, and I hope to be able to continue to use them as such.??

Terra - Are other members of your family gifted?

Danielle - Oh yeah. It’s genetic. I really believe that. My mother is very empathic, and one of my cousins is extremely psychic, like me. I suspect another one of my cousins has “it” as well, but we don’t discuss it. My grandfather, my mom’s dad, saw death masks on people. My great great grandmother was Cherokee and dealt a great dealt in the spiritual realm.  So I do come from a long line of people who have had interaction with the other side.

Terra - Do you have to open yourself up to see entities or are they always around?

Danielle - Oh, they are always around, and mostly, I filter out what I don’t want to deal with, or what I don’t have time to deal with. I’m fortunate in that I don’t get plagued with spirits like some people do. I’m not sure if that’s because I tend to personally employ my Clairvoyance more often than my mediumship aptitudes, because it’s more removed emotionally and very heavy on information, or if spirits can feel that I’m really not the one to come knocking to on most occasions because my schedule is crazy (laughing). I do think I make a conscious choice to not engage spirits through the veil unless it’s for a specific purpose – paranormal investigations, assisting a client, working with law enforcement. And it’s been my experience that spirits will honor whether you’re up for chatting or not. Well, the good ones will. The negative ones aren’t always so agreeable. I am always wide open for chatting with spirits if it will assist someone, or something, again, like during an investigation.  It’s no different than being in a room full of reporters. If you constantly take questions, they’ll just keep shouting them. You definitely have to draw lines with spirit life, and lay down boundaries, just like you would with people. Well, for the most part, the spirits were people, so that does make sense.

Terra - How do you protect yourself from evil beings that might want to get inside your body, as one tried in the film?

Danielle - I have a very strong belief in God, and the power of God, and I only allow that power to course through my veins on any investigation. I do not give any room at all to Darkness, and I have an acute awareness that Darkness has no dominion over me. I say prayers and ask God and angels for protection, and I believe 100% in that protection. And I don’t say this in arrogance, but to point out that Darkness can only affect a person when it is invited, and given room. I see evil or dark spirits as a parasite that tends to pick at people who are hurting, and that infuriates me. I tend to become rather confrontational with spirits like that. I’ve never been afraid of bullies, and though I have a healthy respect for the fact that demonic energies have the capability to wreak a great amount of chaos, I don’t respect them, and I don’t fear them. Just like I don’t fear mice. It’s a drag if you’re house is infested with them, but they’re just pests. But like mice, you do have to take certain precautions in dealing with them, for health reasons. Only with negative energies, it’s for spiritual health reasons.

 Terra - Do you have one specific incident that stands out in your mind that happened during an investigation? Is there something you encountered in your everyday life that you had to resist?

Danielle - Well one occurrence that stands out was actually during the Montgomery House investigation up in the attic. It wasn’t extra dramatic, by any means, but it was eerie. I had my back against a section of wood studs, and this awful feeling kept encroaching from behind. I finally couldn’t take this entity of a small child stepping up so close to me, the energy off of this kid was so unsettled, and I moved and announced why I was moving, as there were many digital recorders rolling at the time. Later in reviewing the footage, it turns out that at a separate time, we caught the entity on camera, right where I had been catching the creepy vibes, and that was sort of a shocker, to see the entity in real time, on film. Even though I work in this field, things will still happen that are a little jaw-dropping. For me, personally, having the camera catch with it’s eye what I was seeing with mine, and what I had described in an earlier walk-through, was a really telling experience. I gave me the extra-creeps that this kid tuned up right where I had been sitting.

Terra - Your resume includes not only paranormal investigation, but singing, acting, writing, and many other activities. How did all of these things come about, and what do your consider your occupation?

Danielle - Though I always had these gifts and abilities, it really wasn’t until about ten years ago that I really became comfortable talking about them, and working with them. My professional background is in entertainment. If I had to check an employment box, it would say “rockstar and psychic” (laughing). And it’s funny – the people who follow my work in the spiritual and paranormal world are often times completely oblivious to the fact that I’m signed to a record label, had been signed to one before, that I was indeed the same chick that fronted and produced the girl band Pope Jane – I get that alot: “Do you know who you look just like?” (laughing) and I have put out 15 albums with different bands and solo projects. And the fans of my music often times have no idea that I’m Psychic and have worked with law enforcement and Fortune 500 Companies, or worked as a creative consultant on a few hit paranormal TV shows, or run my own spiritual private practice! It’s not until the last two or three years really that these two worlds in my life have collided, with the mainstream media adopting so much allowance to the paranormal.

Terra - Is there anything you want your fans to know about your investigations or your other endeavors?

Danielle - My paranormal investigation group is called The Western Pacific Paranormal Alliance. You can find us online at HauntedPlayground.com. I’m a co-founder and Psychic in that group, and my function in the evidence review department is often audio specialist. I can pick an EVP out of white noise at 20 paces (laughing)! That’s the benefit of having produced music my entire life. I’m very blessed to have excellent hearing, both physically and on the spiritual plane, and I put my acoustic sciences background to work in the field on investigations. I’m also the “Resident Psychic” on the top-rated talk radio show,  The Sheena Metal Experience on LA Talk Radio, which airs every Mon-Fri from 5-7pm PST, and can be heard online anywhere by logging onto LATalkRadio.com and clicking on the “number 2” icon on the front page.  I’m honored to report that I have the record for appearing on the show more than any other guest, and I say honored because Sheena’s guests are amazing, ranging from Carol Channing to Chip Coffey from Paranormal State and Psychic Kids, The Klinge Brothers from Ghost Lab, and Barry Fitzgerald from Ghost Hunters International, just to name a few. In music, I have a new album coming out this spring / summer that I recorded with Pope Jane drummer Kristen Coyner, although this time she’s wearing a guitar and singing with me in an acoustic duo called The Dashboard Marys. We don’t have a website yet because I have been swamped with film events, but people can check out my website at DanielleEgnew.com for upcoming news about The Dashboard Marys until we are able to launch the website. And for those wanting to own my film Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting, they can order their very own copy right from the film’s website at MontgomeryHouseHaunting.com , which includes over 20 minutes of special features encompassing additional investigation footage and background interviews.

Terra - What's next?

Danielle - This year I’m very honored to work with famed cold case-cracking Psychic Robbie Thomas, who has asked me to speak and participate in the Los Angeles leg of his “Psychic Justice Tour” which is dedicated to the families and victims of violent crimes. That should be sometimes in the summer, July / August. The dates are still TBA, but you can check out Robbie’s work, and Psychic Justice Tour at RobbieThomas.net . I’m very passionate about helping in cold cases, and so is Robbie, so it’s great to work with such a gifted and giving professional in this field. I will also be finishing my book on the paranormal this year, but I won’t tip the hat too much there until a few more details are nailed down. Other than that, I’m making appearances for the film, and continuing to work in music where I have time – I will be producing Pope Jane Bassist Holly Shawver’s very first solo album this year, and I’m pretty excited about that. And I’m sure I’ll have some music concerts here and there, so make sure to check out my website at DanielleEgnew.com for news of appearances and concerts in your area. Make sure to come on out and say “hi” -- I always love to meet and visit with fans. All in all, 2010 is really shaping up to be fantastic!

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“Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting” Film Delves Into Taboo World Of The Spiritual Realm

Hollywood Today
January 9th 2010

“Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting” Lauded As Real Life Paranormal Activity

Los Angeles, CA (Hollywood Today-RPRN) Hailed by critics and startled screeners as the Real-Life “Paranormal Activity”, first-time Director and Internationally renowned Psychic / Medium Danielle Egnew, known for her case-breaking work with law-enforcement, creative consulting on several hit paranormal television series and blockbuster films, and media appearances, stuns audiences by crossing dreadful into reality with this evidence-packed and history-drenched disturbing true story which documents of one of America’s

Danielle Egnew in Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting
most tortured haunted locations, Montgomery House Bed and Breakfast in Kalama, WA — never investigated prior to this filming.

Executive produced by both Egnew and top-rated talk radio host Jenny 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.

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DVD review
Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting


By Terra King
The Los Angeles Examiner


December 31st 2009

There is nothing better than a good paranormal documentary. Good ones, however are few and far between. The Booth Brothers are good and so is Danielle Egnew.

Filmmaker Danielle Egnew (who is also a; singer, writer, actress, psychic...well check out her personal MySpace page,) has completed her documentary 'The Montgomery House.' I've been waiting to see it and finally got to see it this week...Wow!!!
Danielle Egnew in Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting

I have the pleasure of watching a lot of paranormal documentaries and shows to write about in my paranormal column.  'The Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting' is an amazing documentary about one particular Bed & Breakfast in Washington state.

'Montgomery House' is not just another dwelling on a nice quiet street. The secrets it hides are many, almost every part of the has.....activity. 

Check out the 'Montgomery House' here.

During the first part of the film a cursory investigation is done as Danielle tours the house accompanied by one of the owners, Julianna. Danielle's senses are keen and the film reveals via text at the bottom of the screen what she felt at the time the scene was filmed.

There are interviews of people who have had experiences, also with Julianna and her husband Eric. The owners have both had major experiences at the house.

Also interviewed is Roy Wilson, Chief and spiritual leader of the Cowlitz Indians, who gives great insight into the land.

And, of course there is an extensive investigation that is best seen to be believed.

So...what makes the Montgomery House the perfect haunting? The fact that everything comes together there, and Danielle is able to see and explain elequently what is happening. Also, the amount of activity and the type of activity all in one place is extraordinary. 

'The Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting.'

 You can purchase the DVD here.


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