Just like its American counterpart, Haunted: Latin America consists of real people telling real stories about possession, haunted houses, terrifying attacks by spirits, and other related stories. The format is the same as well; the person tells the story in a room with loved ones and others who experienced the same issues, and then there are dramatic reenactments of these scenes.Haunted: Latin America Season 1 Download.
In the first episode, a mom of two named Brisa recounts the house she and her sons Dario and Eddie moved into after her divorce. As she describes seeing a little boy without shoes on stalking her, we see the reenactment of it. Brisa (Paula Martin) finds herself putting a gate with a bell on her sons’ bedroom door after she sees their toys lined up on a couch. She then finds herself waking up in the middle of the backyard, not remembering how she got there.Haunted: Latin America Season 1 Download.
Both Dario and Eddie (Sebastian and Joel Guayara) are seeing ghosts of their own, like a spooky adult presence outside their window. Brisa finds herself saying things to people she’d never say herself, then not remembering. They eventually move out, but have to return with her new husband Arturo (Edison Beltran), her sons and their new baby. The normally-skeptical Arturo is convinced something is there when he gets yanked to the floor by his ponytail and he and the baby almost get crushed by a wardrobe. The last person in the room where Brisa is talking is her brother Roberto, who was also driven out of the house by a ghostly presence.
We always are skeptical of shows like Haunted, whose stories are supposed to be real and convincing, but end up being more weird and creepy than anything else. In the case of the Brisa’s story, the reenactments try to be scary, with visions of these ghosts inside the house and the little boy ghost who was trapped with his two killers.