Carol Anne Freeling: Hello? What do you look like? Talk louder
I can't hear you! Hey! Hello? Hello? I can't
Carol Anne: Five. Yes. Yes. I don't know. I don't know.
Carol Anne: For when he's hungry. For when he's lonely. And when it's night time.
Dana Freeling: Oh, brother.
Dana: It ain't dead.
Robbie Freeling: Mom! When it rots, can we dig up it and see the bones?
Carol Anne: Can I have a goldfish now?
Carol Anne: Come and get it. Come and get it.
Diane Freeling: Honey, you're overfeeding them.
Diane: Do you know what happens when you overfeed goldfish? They grow up to be sharks.
Robbie: Mom, there's a big storm headed this way.
Diane: You'll be asleep by the time it gets here if you hurry. Come on. In you go.
Diane: Okay. Lights out.
Carol Anne: Closet light! Closet light!
Diane: My fault. My fault.
Carol Anne: Turn it on, mommy!
Diane: You know what? You know what? I would bet you anything it's genetic. I mean...Carol Anne last night and all last week, you know, and me when I was ten.
Diane: Listen, why don't we just dig the pool closer to the house and let the kids jump off the roof. You know?
Diane: Honey....honey, your diving days are over.
Diane: Oh, God, I love it when you talk this way!
Robbie: The storm is getting closer.
Steve Freeling: I'm the wind and you're the feather.
Robbie: I don't like the tree, dad.
Steve: It's an old tree. It's been around here for a long time. Hey, it was here before my company build the neighborhood.
Steve: It knows everything about us, Rob. That's
why I build the house next to it so it can
protect us. You and Carol Anne and Dana,
your mom and me. It's a wise old tree.
Robbie: It looks at me. It knows I live here.
Steve: Do you know what to do? When you see the lightning, you count til you hear the thunder. If you can count higher each time that means the storm is moving away from us. You want to try it?
Carol Anne: Daddy, it's for you.
Steve: You tell them to take a message, sweetpea.
Steve: Good night, Dana.
Dana: Good night, dad.
Steve: Get off the phone, Dana. Uh-huh.
Carol Anne: They're here.
Steve: Now listen to me, Jeff. No, no, no, no, I'm not kidding. I know how can anybody sleep through a 6.5. There was damage, yeah. The bedroom I mean there's stuff and pieces all over. Uh? Look, I know I've been looking on the radio and there's nothing on the radio at all.
Dana: You're so obnoxious you drive me nuts!
Robbie: This means war. I mean it.
Robbie: You're a big barf bag.
Carol Anne: You're a doggie bag.
Dana: That's a good one.
Diane: Sweetheart, last night when you said they're here.
Carol Anne: Can I take my goldfish to school?
Dana: You know, maybe there's a fault just directly under our house. Wouldn't that be a scream?
Diane: Sweetie, remember last night, do you remember when you woke up and you said they're here.
Carol Anne: Uh-huh.
Diane: Well, who did you mean? Who's here?
Carol Anne: The TV people.
Robbie: She's stoned.
Dana: Oh, yeah. What do you know about it?
Robbie: More than you. Ask dad.
Diane: Robbie, Carol Anne, I told you guys to push your chairs in when you're done with the table.
Diane: What's the matter, E. Buzz? What are you doing?
Diane: Oh, Jesus! Don't do that, honey. You don't want to see mommy lying in a cigar box covered with licorice.
Diane: TV people?
Carol Anne: Uh-huh.
Diane: Do you see them?
Carol Anne: Uh-huh. Do you?
Carol Anne: I want pepperoni pizza.
Carol Anne: Mommy, that burns.
Steve: Ah, we'll keep this thing in our family,
Diane. In the morning, I'll call somebody
Diane: Oh, yeah? Who for instance? I already looked in the yellow pages. Furniture movers, we got. Strange phenomenon, there's no listing.
Diane: Honey, look. Look. I'm the one who lives with this freaky thing all day and nothing bad happen.
Steve: Carol Anne!
Dana: I left her upstairs!
Diane: Oh, my. Oh, my God! The swimming pool! The swimming pool! The swimming pool!
Carol Anne: Mommy, mommy, mommy!
Diane: Carol Anne. thank God. Baby, baby, where are you?
Carol Anne: Mommy, I can't hear you, mommy. where are you? Mommy? Mommy? I can't hear you, mommy. Where are you?
Dr. Lesh: Has there been any publicity about this event?
Dr. Lesh: Would your family welcome a serious investigation of these disturbances by someone who can make a first hand observation?
Steve: We just want you to find our little girl.
Dr. Lesh: Diane, the determination is to whether your home is haunted is... is not very easy. I...what I meant to say was it might very well be a poltergeist intrusion instead of a classic haunting.
Diane: You gotta be quicker than that in here.
Diane: You were saying about poltergeist.
Dr. Lesh: Poltergeists are usually associated with an individual. Hauntings seem to be connected with an area. A house usually.
Martin: Poltergeist disturbances are fairly short duration. Perhaps a couple of months. Hauntings can go on for years.
Diane: Are you telling me that all of this could just suddenly end at any time?
Dr. Lesh: Yes, it could. Unless it's a haunting. But hauntings don't usually revolve around living people.
Diane: Then we don't have much time, Dr. Lesh because my daughter is alive somewhere inside this house.
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