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Feature doc “30 Ghosts” spawns talks for U.S. reality series

Storage Wars producer Original Productions is in talks with Kim Hadfield, an Ontario-based horse farmer (pictured, center) who stars in the doc 30 Ghosts, to feature in a reality series alongside her quirky friends.
October 23, 2013

U.S. prodco Original Productions (Storage Wars) is in early discussions with the paranormal investigators who star in Sean Cisterna’s feature doc 30 Ghosts for a potential U.S. reality series.

Kim Hadfield, the lead investigator for the Halton Paranormal Group, and her fellow ghost-hunters are in preliminary talks to top-line a series to be based out of Alaska.

The 90-minute documentary 30 Ghosts, which is produced and filmed by Cisterna and Mystic Productions, gets a theatrical debut in Canada this coming weekend via distributor Indiecan Entertainment.

The film follows Hadfield, who – when not chasing ghosts – is a rural horse farmer from Campbellville, Ontario; and her quirky friends, as they walk through abandoned houses in and around Toronto. During the documentary, her personal and financial life suffers as the mental strain of her ghostly obsession mounts.

CORRECTION:  The original version of this story incorrectly indicated that a deal between Kim Hadfield and Original Productions was in place. The two parties are in early discussions and have not reached a deal. Realscreen regrets the  error.

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