Saginaw based film focuses on Dice Road tale - WNEM TV 5

Saginaw based film focuses on Dice Road tale

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It's the season of ghouls, ghosts and goblins and some local filmmakers hope to give residents a scare.

"You'll never hear anything like this in your life," said Steven Shippy, Saginaw film director.

Shippy said he's thrilled to debut his latest scary movie "A Haunting on Dice Road." It's a Saginaw based film, as are all of the films in the series, shot in a paranormal documentary style.

The film is the seventh installment in the Haunted Saginaw film series. They all premiered at the Temple Theater in Saginaw.

Residents from Saginaw may be familiar with the chilling stories about the house on Dice Road, making it a perfect film subject, according to Shippy.

"It started one night when the family had just gone to sleep and there was a pounding on their front window so hard the glass shattered in the home. They woke up, thought somebody had broken in, checked the house, nobody was there. And they called the Saginaw County Sheriff's Department," Shippy said.

One of the officers frequently sent to the home was Sgt. Charles Frisby. He talks about his own paranormal experiences in the film.

"We had reports of objects flying off the walls. I myself experienced a picture flying off the wall," Frisby said.

Shippy and his crew moved the current family out of the home for a whole month while they filmed and conducted their paranormal investigation.

Shippy and Frisby are both excited to watch the full story unfold as the mystery lives on.

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