In Alaska, no one can hear you when you scream. Miles of forest separate neighbors in America's northern-most state, but hauntings are so common there that locals turn to the Internet to share their terrifying tales. In Alaska Haunting, the last frontier becomes the backdrop for scary ghost stories, where frigid winter weather leaves victims frozen in fear with nowhere to run.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Alaska Haunting - The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray - Netflix
The Haunting Of Alaizabel Cray (2001) is a Gothic steampunk horror/alternate history novel by Chris Wooding about a Victorian London overrun by the wych-kin, demonic creatures that have rendered the city uninhabitable south of the river, and which stalk the streets after dark. When Thaniel Fox, a young wych-hunter, finds a mad girl wandering the streets in the middle of the night, he is moved by pity to take her home; and in doing so, he becomes embroiled in a plot that reaches into the highest levels of government, and into the darkest depths of the wych-kin's world.
Alaska Haunting - Thaniel Fox - Netflix
Thaniel Fox is the protagonist and a skilled swordsman and gunfighter, performing extremely well against both regular and supernatural foes. He also shows excellent skills of observation, intuition, and is a good judge of character, though it comes a bit late to be of any good. Thaniel Fox has the power of Wych-sense, an ability to detect the presence and location of the supernatural Wych-kin creatures. This power is genetic, inherited from his father ,who died when Thaniel was only 12 years old. On one occasion, while Wych-hunting, he was bitten by a Cradle Jack but fought back against its “venom”, leaving him immune to becoming a Cradle Jack. As a side effect of his Wych-sense, Thaniel has immunity to Wych-kin magic. Like his Wych-sense, this ability is uncontrollable but only manifests at certain times. He's also trained in the art of “Wychcraft”. His teacher, Cathline—a tomboyish woman in her late thirties—took care of Thaniel following the death of his father, to whom she was a close friend.