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The Netflix spook-fest is set to land on the streamer on May 14th globally, and it promises to bring with it a whole new bunch of eery and mysterious real life hauntings.
Watch the full trailer below:
In case you need a reminder, the concept of Haunted is that each episode tells a different story about a real account of someone's supernatural (or just plain horrific) experiences, which they all recall happening IRL.
If you haven't seen previous seasons, events include a US marine who came face to face with a daemon in Afghanistan, a boy who grey up convinced he had an evil figure named The Hangman stalking his family and a woman who keeps hearing her room-mates voices in her house, even when they aren't there.
There have also non-ghostly incidents which are quite frankly just as haunting, if not the worst of the lot, such as a man's experiences of religious conversion therapy while growing up in a cult, and one woman's experience of being abducted by aliens.
Oh, and the show is made from the producers behind The Purge, so you know it's gonna be spine-tinglingly terrifying.
Season 3 is set to include six episodes, and in it we can expect more of the same, with horrifyingly scary real-life encounters in each segment.
A new trailer for the third instalment hints at what is to come in a few of the episodes. Expect one to revolve around a satanic cult, another a spooky mist that seems to be following its victim, and another to centre around a devil cat. Yes, you read that right.
While the show was hugely popular when it launched in 2018, it did bring up some questions from sceptics who struggled to believe some of the accounts they were hearing.
However, it was still back for season 2 the following year, and the series producer, Brett-Patrick Jenkins stands by the premise, and vows that everything fans see is "completely real".
"The inspiration for the show is multifaceted, but it all springs from my own life and meeting people throughout my childhood and my career who had unbelievable stories to tell," he told Decider in 2019.
"And in my experience, it's very rare that you meet someone that they ever feel safe to share a haunted story with you. It's usually after you've known them a few years, you've gone on several dates, you're in a relationship, or you open up to your best friend.
"We thought, 'Could we create a platform, could we create a vehicle, that people who have been haunted can reveal those stories to people in their own lives that they've never felt confident enough to share before?'"
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