Dead Silence: The History of Mary Shaw

Dead Silence: The History of Mary Shaw

by | May 20, 2020

Dead Silence is a 2007 American supernatural horror film created by the same duo that brought us Saw. Directed by James Wan and written by Leigh Whannell, the film tells the tale of  Jamie Ashen (Ryan Kwanten), who returns to his creepy hometown of Ravens Fair to unravel the mystery of his wifes murder. His investigation unravel the terrible tale of Mary Shaw, a murdered ventriloquist whose eerie presence still looms over the town. Youtube channel CZsWorld takes a journey into the world of Mary Shaw and paves her past history with clarity of vision and despair. Don’t be a dummy, check out Dead Silence: The History of Mary Shaw. Enjoy…


Why did the ghost ventriloquist Mary Shaw keep Edward Ashen and his son Jamie alive for a time span of over 70 years?

NOW WHO’S THE DUMMY? Beware the stare of Mary Shaw. She had no children, only dolls. And if you see her in your dreams. Be sure to never ever scream. The town of Ravens Fair has a long, dark history that is all tied into the curse placed on it by Mary Shaw. But how far back does the malice of the vengeful puppeteer go? In this video I’ll be pulling together every shred of evidence in the 2007 James Wan film Dead Silence to try and analyse the entire life of Mary Shaw. Mary’s history of bad blood with the town and the Ashen family stretches back over a century, and I’ll be covering everything from her birth in the 1800s to the life changing altercation at the Guignol Theater on Lost Lake, to her eventual death and afterlife hunting down the families of those who tried to silence her.




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