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JP Revisited

Feb 21, 2012
JP Revisited

Whilst the Chinese have practised ancestral worship for centuries, for most people a visit to the graves of their forefathers stops there. A few offerings and some flowers, and families consider their duty done until the following year...

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The Haunted: “Killer From The Grave”

Feb 15, 2011
The Haunted: “Killer From The Grave”

In this 4-part documentary, a family moves into a new home. Little do they know, various horrors have taken place there. With no one to turn to, they call in some paranormal researchers and what they discover will shock you. Take some time out and watch these episodes that will send a shiver up...

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