Thought so. That was creepy, disturbing and strange. I read it as 80s Horror and could have used it for ghosts and haunted houses. This is the story of a man working for a psychic research institute who mostly debunks psychics and haunted house stories finding himself in a house that the occupants claim is haunted. There's a lot of strange stuff happening when he arrives and his usual crutch of alcohol may not work this time. There's no phone and it's the 80s.
Oh man, that was twisted. I'm not sure how some of the events in the plot worked but that was a twisted story that I'm not sure David Ash is going to recover any time soon from. I did get one of the major twists fairly early on, but still I was creeped out by it all.
It did feature 80s treatment of female characters and does linger a bit too much on value based on looks. A product of it's time.