The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia is a 2013 psychological horror film that serves as a sister film to The Haunting in Connecticut by Gold Circle Films. The script was written by David Coggeshall and Tom Elkins served as director, it was released in a limited theatrical run, and through video on demand, on February 1, 2013.
Summary: The plot centers around a newly moved Georgia couple and their daughter, who begins to see "strangers" that are visible only to the mother, daughter, and mother's sister. It is explained that the mother's side of the family had the ability to see the dead all through the generations. The couple is then drawn into a mystery regarding the true origins of the hauntings. As the story goes, it is later revealed that the cause of the whole mysterious phenomenon was caused by a mysterious taxidermist who locked 5 prisoners underground to do his experiments. He was remembered as a station master in the underground railroad, who aided escaped slaves to freedom. The prisoners were some of the escaped slaves. He left them in the underground shelter to starve, then would stuff their bodies. The ghosts in the end turned out to be helpful, who they thought were evil. Then the ghost of the taxidermist comes and eats the family so the spirits of the slaves are never put to rest.