The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries

Season 2 Episode 15

The House on Possessed Hill

Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Jan 22, 1978 on ABC
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The House on Possessed Hill

Joe Hardy tries to help a young woman with psychic powers who is mysteriously drawn to a spooky old house.

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Grant: (a member of the mob urges him to reconsider his witch-hunt against Stacey, because she has taken refuge in a house they are afraid to enter) You don't understand! My little girl is dying because of that-that monster in there! I've gotta get her out of here and away, far enough away, so that Jennifer can recover! And I'm going to do it tonight!
        Member: Well, I don't want any part of it. I don't want any part of your witch-hunt!
        Grant: (as the man leaves) Don't you go running to the sheriff!

      • Stacey: (witch-hunting mob get impatient and approach the house) They won't come in here, Joe. They're afraid.
        Joe: Afraid of what? Afraid of what, Stacey?
        Stacey: The house.
        Joe: The house?
        Stacey: It's alive.

      • Joe: (Stacey is giving him directions to lead them away from the witch-hunting mob) Where's this lead to?
        Stacey: The house.
        Joe : What house?
        Stacey: The house on the hill.
        Joe: Whose house on the hill?
        Stacey: It belongs to the dead.

      • Mr Hardy: (strange tremor shakes house) Never experienced anything like that before in my life. There's never been an earthquake in Bayport Massachussetts - not that I can remember.
        Frank: An earthquake?
        Mr Hardy: Well, what else could it have been?
        Frank: I had the strangest feeling it had something to do with....
        Mr Hardy: What?
        Frank: Nothing.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • During her hypnotic regression, Stacey mentions a doll named Matilda that she had as a child. The doll was named Matilda because she was bought in Australia - a clear reference to Matilda's Waltz.