It seems that we will be seeing more hauntings at the box office, and not just in Connecticut. According to Bloody-Disgusting, Gold Circle Films are developing two sequels to the horror film The Haunting in Connecticut.

The second film will be entitled Haunting in New York, which will be based off a 2006 episode of A Haunting entitled A Haunting: The Diabolical. The site released a synopsis that you can read below:

Marie's daughter suffers from a mental condition that keeps her from speaking. During the three years they've lived in their home, Marie has witnessed her communicating with someone she could not see. Marie was unworried, having decided it was positive angels. But upon his first visit, Marie's boyfriend, Chris, feels a dark presence in the house. Using a Ouija board, the two unintentionally open up the home to a diabolical that is using Julie as a portal. A team of paranormal investigators soon decide the case is more serious than they can handle and arrange with the Church for an exorcism.

The third film will be entitled Haunting in Georgia, and the site also has a synopsis for that film below as well.

"A Haunting in Georgia" is the chilling story of four-year-old Heidi and her imaginary friends Mr. Gordy and Con. As Heidi reveals mysterious details about the two, her parents become concerned ... could her playmates be more than make-believe? When the rest of the family begins experiencing terrifying phenomena -- waking with deep gashes on their bodies--it seems there's little they can do to stop the escalating nightmare.

We'll be sure to keep you posted on all developments surrounding this new horror franchise.