An historical 10,000 square foot plantation house in the rural back woods of South Carolina is the setting for this spine-tingling new entry in the paranormal found-footage genre, Documenting the Grey Man, arriving on DVD and Digital Markets July 17, 2012 by Camp Motion Pictures.
Directed by Wayne Capps and produced by Matt Slechter, Documenting the Grey Man tells the tale of a group of actors intent on faking a ghost hunting expedition about the famous Grey Man of Pawley’s Island, South Carolina. Their plan would be to show how the hysteria surrounding ghost stories could be exploited. What they encountered is the stuff legends are made of.
“On Monday, September 10 2007, police officers were called to investigate possible multiple homicides at a historic Pawley’s Island, SC home. Investigators arrived to find what looked like documentary film equipment. Five members of a ghost-hunting expedition were also missing. Documenting the Grey Man is a hair-raising paranormal found-footage investigation by a group of avaricious actors determined to exploit a family claiming to be haunted by a ghost.
What they encounter will terrify you.”
Trailer above, DVD art that’ll sell a shit-ton of copies is below.
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