A new paranormal television show is featuring "A Christmas Story" house in an upcoming episode. Paranormal researchers Dave Rhode and Craig Gozzetti of "American Haunts" were granted special permission to investigate the Cleveland home this weekend, the Plain Dealer reported yesterday.
The Cleveland home was used to film exterior shots of the cultural classic film, "A Christmas Story" in 1983. Rhode and Gozzetti filmed segments for their show "American Haunts" at the newly remodeled "A Christmas Story" House & Museum this weekend.
The "American Haunts" team chose the location due to claims of paranormal phenomena that is said to have occurred in the home. The house was built in 1895 and several of the home owners have died in the home. This is the first time a paranormal research team has been allowed to investigate the property.
"A Christmas Story" House & Museum is open all year for public tours. Hours, directions, and other information can be found at the museum's website.
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