The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia (2013)
This is one of my top candidates for the all-time worst title of a movie. It shouldn't be surprising that writer David Coggeshall had no intention of making this a sequel to The Haunting in Connecticut . The only tenuous tie the two stories had was that A Haunting in Connecticut , a 2002 documentary on the Discovery channel, was followed up by A Haunting in Georgia for the same Halloween season. Obviously Connecticut and Georgia also have nothing in common other than they are part of the United States, and all along this was meant to be a film based on the experiences of the Wyrick family in the late 1980s and not a continuation of the previous movie. The two haunting cases couldn't be more different. The Haunting in Connecticut is based on a book by Ray Garton, which itself is based on one of the cases of Ed and Lorraine Warren. The very fact they were involved throws plenty of doubt on both their claims and those of the Snedeker family regarding a haunted funeral home.