The Haunted Spouses pay a visit to Shirley Jackson's genre-defining novel, THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE (1959), discussing its themes of agency, identity, and humanity's seemingly conflicting needs for community and solitude. They also lay out their thoughts on what sets haunted house stories apart from other horror genres, as well as the ways privilege can influence what themes we find the most scary.
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