A box was delivered to our office. Inside was a manila envelope containing a videotape with a handwritten label reading "September 1988." Correctly assuming we wouldn't have a VHS player to put it in, the sender included one.
We set up the machine, plugged it into a TV, and popped in the tape. Static filled the screen for a long time, until a decidedly low definition picture flickered on. The static, blue-tinted image of a bedroom in the middle of the night could only mean one thing: some sort of paranormal activity was about to happen.
You, too, can check out the exclusive first look at "Paranormal Activity 3" we received, along with three other brief snippets of footage that have made their way online. And you don't even have to rewind the tape when you're done.
You can also vote to make your city the first on the planet to see "Paranormal Activity 3." Go to http://www.paranormalmovie.com/ to see how to vote.
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