Ghosts Disturbed By Production Of 19th Century Classic

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) September 08, 2009 -- Production of new adaptation of The Ghost of Engineers’ Castle, a classic story, with many references to historic events and numerous ghosts haunting this grand building still standing in St Petersburg was disrupted by strange paranormal forces.

During recording of last track of the audio, which was altered by the producers for technical and artistic reasons, the digital production system was attacked at least 13 times. It crashed every time when altered sections were assembled together preventing completion of this release. Even attempts to split the last track failed and only after producers agreed to remove several changes, the ghosts left the studio. One of the computers subjected to ghost attacks was so badly damaged by electric surges, that memory chips had to be replaced twice during production. Such crashes continued even on new computer brought to replace affected production system. Production team had strange sensations with voices telling them to drop alterations. For some reason ghosts did not appreciate changes in the script.

In order to reproduce the atmosphere of events described by the author, Nikolai Leskov, production studios used special audio effects including blasts of lightning, growling winds and others. It appears that these studio effects will now have additional final touches imposed either by the ghosts mentioned in the script or by some other paranormal forces taking interest in this production. Apart from interfering with production process, these forces appear to have taken some interest in the theme tune which supposed to appear as separate track. The theme tune is now incorporated into last track instead and made part of concluding chapters of the story.

Originally written by Nikolai Leskov in Russian, previously unknown to English speaking audiences, this title is now available in English as audio book adaptation produced by Fantastica, a division of Max Bollinger Interactive Media production house based in London. The Ghost of Engineers’ Castle is a classic masterpiece featuring not only numerous accounts of apparitions, ghosts and other paranormal events appearing at the famous location in St Petersburg, the story also shows how ghosts and paranormal activities manifest themselves in our societies and influence not only our literature, but also behaviour and traditions.

For a complimentary copy of this audio book for review, members of the media are invited to contact Max Bollinger Interactive Media

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Press Release Submitted On: September 07, 2009 at 6:15 pm
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