Spooky first trailer for Timothy Spall and Matthew Macfadyen drama The Enfield Haunting

There be ghostly goings on down in 1970s north London in the new Sky Living drama which also stars Juliet Stevenson

Are you ready to be scared?


Here is the first look at new Sky Living drama The Enfield Haunting – and it may send a chill down your spine.

Starring Mr Turner’s Timothy Spall alongside Ripper Street actor Matthew Macfadyen, the drama explores the supposedly genuine haunting of a small house in north London in the late 1970s.

Spall’s character Maurice Grosse is a paranormal researcher drawn to the house on Green Street in Enfield after the tragic death of his daughter in a motorcycle accident.

He is joined in his quest to investigate the strange incidents at the address by his wife Betty, played by Truly, Madly, Deeply and The Village star Juliet Stevenson.  

Macfadyen plays Guy Lyon Playfair, an experienced investigator who also helps Maurice get to the bottom of the hauntings.

Rosie Cavaliero takes on the role of single mother Mrs Hodgson with the part of her youngest daughter Janet played by Eleanor Worthington-Cox.

Along with Janet’s siblings Margaret and Billy, played by Fern Deacon and Elliot Kerley, they complete the family who were terrorised by the mysterious force in their home for more than two years before seeking help.

Spall originally turned down the role because it “frightened the life out of me” and has admitted he was worried about being haunted himself.

And now you can see why…

The Enfield Haunting begins on Sky Living on Sunday May 3


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First look pictures of Timothy Spall, Juliet Stevenson and Matthew Macfadyen in The Enfield Haunting