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Session 9 (10-Aug-2001)

Director: Brad Anderson

Writers: Brad Anderson; Stephen Gevedon

Music by: Climax Golden Twins

Producers: David Collins; Dorothy Aufiero; Michael Williams

Keywords: Horror, Insane Asylum

An asbestos cleaning crew tasked with decontaminating an abandoned mental hospital unearths specters of the building's tortured past.

ABSTRACT
Fledgling asbestos removal company proprietor Gordon Fleming wins a coveted contract to decontaminate Massachusetts' abandoned Danvers State Hospital, an insane asylum shuttered since 1985. Working alongside an eclectic crew including depressed law school dropout and history buff Mike King, Gordon's job turns terrifying as their endeavor inadvertently uncovers relics and nefarious spirits from the building's unsavory past.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
David Caruso
Actor
17-Jan-1956   Lt. Horatio Caine on CSI: Miami
Paul Guilfoyle
Actor
28-Apr-1949   Capt. Jim Brass on CSI
Josh Lucas
Actor
20-Jun-1971   Wonderland
Peter Mullan
Actor
2-Nov-1959   My Name Is Joe

CAST

David Caruso   ...   Phil
Stephen Gevedon   ...   Mike
Paul Guilfoyle   ...   Bill Griggs
Josh Lucas   ...   Hank
Peter Mullan   ...   Gordon Fleming
Brendan Sexton III   ...   Jeff
In alphabetical order
Charles Broderick   ...   Security Guard
Lonnie Farmer   ...   Doctor (voice)
Larry Fessenden   ...   Craig McManus
Jurian Hughes   ...   Mary Hobbes (voice)
Sheila Stasack   ...   Wendy (voice)

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