Travel Channel: Paranormal 911 dials up the terror for a new season by Susan Leighton

Paranormal 911 dials up the terror for a new season on Travel Channel.

Paranormal 911 returns to Travel Channel to dial up the terror for Season 2. When police, firefighters and EMTs show up at a crime scene sometimes they don’t know what to expect. However, what happens if they are dealing with an entity not of this world?

What makes this an exciting series is the fact that viewers get to experience exactly what the first responders and the victims do. Paranormal 911 is like a mash-up of Live PD and A Haunting.

In the first season, a paramedic who is called to a suicide finds that when he returns home, he isn’t alone. It would appear that a dark spirit has followed him. Another episode dealt with spooky mannequins and demonic possession. Fans of the ID Channel should definitely tune into this program.

Season 2 starts on January 25 with three terrifying segments. “Uninvited Houseguest,” “Perimeter Breach and Asylum Attack.” When a law enforcement officer is assigned to investigate a home invasion, there is more to the crime than meets the eye. Apparently, an apparition might be the cause.

At a top-secret government site, an entity is turning the facility upside down. Meanwhile, EMTs at an asylum are contending with a ferocious unseen force that ambushes them.

The following episode on February 1 is just as harrowing. A firefighter arrives at a residence that may have a darker side to it while police pursue the spirit of a dead physician. When an officer is called to investigate an abandoned vehicle shadow people and a mysterious fog surround the scene.

Expect the unexpected this year.

Tune into Paranormal 911 on Travel Channel, Jan. 25 at 9 p.m.


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About the show

In 2017 Adam Ellis captured the image of a ghost child in his New York City apartment. In a state of fear and confusion, he documented his haunting on social media under the hashtag DearDavid. Fourteen-million people feverishly followed his terrifying experience in real time. Now Adam and two of his friends — Jen Lewis and Paul Bradford — are on a mission to help others understand and escape their own paranormal nightmares. In assisting others Adam hopes what he learns from his hands-on investigations will lead to a deeper understanding of his own infamous haunting.

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I LOVE this new show. It is SO insightful. Episode 2 was definitely my favorite so far. It was called Voodoo Vendetta… I learned some seriously interesting stuff from it. I haven’t been able to find a video of that episode to post, but if you can go back and watch it, or find it elsewhere, it’s definitely INTERESTING!

It’s on the Travel Channel at 11:00 pm Eastern Time every Friday night.



Friday’s episode is titled “Hell House” and it features a familiar Harrisville, Rhode Island, farmhouse with a fearful past.

The Conjuring House in Harrisville. Photo still from “Kindred Spirits.”

The Travel Channel’s “Kindred Spirits” returns to Rhode Island to visit the famous Conjuring farmhouse in Harrisville, Rhode Island. The upcoming episode, titled “Hell House,” will air on Friday, January 10 at 9 p.m. on the Travel Channel. Judging on the popularity of this post on the same house, we’re guessing Rhode Island Monthly readers are into a little chill and thrill. One of the “Kindred Spirits” hosts is also a local Rhode Island resident, Amy Bruni. For the “Hell House” episode, she and Adam Berry, along with psychic medium Chip Coffey, bring the Perron family siblings and father back home to investigate the infamous haunted house that was featured in the film, The Conjuring.

Amy Bruni of “Kindred Spirits.”

This house became a horror legend after paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren documented the paranormal activity that transpired there. What makes this experience special is that Bruni and Berry brought back members of the Perron family to film the episode. According to an episode summary: “They call upon the entire Perron family — the home’s original victims — to help expose the truth behind the horrific haunting.” The Perrons are too scared to live there, but will the spirits reemerge because the Perrons have returned? Do they have a message to share?

“Bringing peace to the living by giving voice to the dead” is the goal of Bruni, Berry and Coffey from Travel Channel’s “Kindred Spirits.” This fourth season includes ten episodes featuring the trio’s multilayered investigations that dig deep into the past to identify the restless spirits and analyze the threat.

Here’s the episode guide for “Hell House.”

“Hell House” – Friday, January 10 at 9 p.m. ET/PT – The infamous haunted house in Harrisville, Rhode Island (featured in the film, The Conjuring) has awoken once more. Once plagued by demonic activity, the house earned endless notoriety after paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren documented the insane activity that transpired there. Now Amy Bruni and Adam Berry step inside this tormented home and seek answers to the unknown. And the best way to do that is by bringing in the family too scared to live there any more —The Perrons. It’s a risky move and a dangerous experiment, but it’s the only way to expose the truth behind this horrible haunting. Will Amy and Adam be more successful than former investigators? Will they bring peace to the Perrons and the new family who settled there? Or will darkness prevail?

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You Can Now Stay In This Haunted House In New York by Lisa McLoughlin

You Can Now Stay In This Haunted House In New York

For some, staying in a haunted home might be your idea of hell – but for those that get a kick out of the paranormal then we have found your next stay abroad.

Based in the historical village of Lansingburgh, New York, the Enslin Mansion, which has been visited numerous times by paranormal investigators, offers ghost hunters a unique stay in their ‘haunted’ bedroom for a comfortable £67-per-night.

The private room boasts plenty of spooky charm with original hardwood floors, cast iron bed and offers “immediate access” to their chilling third-floor attic.

Describing the ghoulish stay, owner Michele Bell writes: “The Haunted Bedroom features a queen-size bed and community area and is the second largest bedrooms available in the house.

“It features a full shower bath, and also offer immediate access to the third-floor attic.”

You can stay in the haunted Enslin Mansion in New York state for only £67-per-night (Credit: Airbnb)
You can stay in the haunted Enslin Mansion in New York state for only £67-per-night (Credit: Airbnb)

The home, which has been in the owner’s family for six generations, is described as an “experience” that not only includes possible sightings of ghosts, but also two service dogs, Chloe and Valentino, who are sure to calm any paranormal jitters.

The healing retreat specialist added that aside from the obvious supernatural allure, guests can avail of a French Press coffee machine to help give them a caffeine boost – should they have been kept up by some pesky ghosts.

However, there’s only one thing the owners ask of guests – and that’s to remove their shoes entering the home, which is three hours outside NYC. Not too much of a ghostly ask.

The house appeared in 2016 short 'Fado' (Credit: Airbnb)
The house appeared in 2016 short ‘Fado’ (Credit: Airbnb)

But don’t take our word for the stay, the room, which is available to rent on Airbnb, has been awarded 4.83 stars out of a possible five and guests have nothing but nice things to say, including one playful experience with a ghost.

One guest penned: “What an interesting place to stay! The hosts were pleasant and helpful. I even seemed to have a prank played on me by the residences historic haunt. My car keys and house keys kept [going missing].”

In response to the guest’s review, Michele explained that the resident ghost seemed to have a thing for keys and shared: “I enjoyed our time together sharing thoughts. What a funny haunting story!!!

The haunted room features hardwook flooring and a cast-iron bed (Credit: Airbnb)
The haunted room features hardwook flooring and a cast-iron bed (Credit: Airbnb)

“I did find my keys in a potato’s chip bag once after searching for two days! Be well my friend and come visit anytime!”

Word to wise, hide your keys if you decide on booking a stay.

Featured Image Credit: Airbnb

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9 Monstrously Good Podcasts About Beasts, Beings, and Bigfoot posted by Diana Brown

Creatures have captured the human imagination since the dawn of time. Even the oldest known recorded story, the Epic of Gilgamesh, is largely about a hero striking down a mythical beast, and we haven’t stopped since: Sasquatch, yetis, Krakens, giant sharks, chupacabras, spider-women, even a shapeshifting pink dolphin still dominate myths and folklore. With so many great monsters to choose from, it’s no wonder there are dozens of paranormal podcasts to dive into and get spooked. Here are just some of the best go-to podcasts to get your frightening fix, covering not just monsters and mythical beasts but also ghostly encounters, UFO sightings, haunted asylums, proof of poltergeists, and more. 

Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know

This incredibly popular and long-running podcast not only dives into Bigfoot, but also discusses cryptids you’ve never heard of, secret government programs, disappearances in national parks, massive conspiracies, cryptocurrencies, and so much more. If it’s secretive, mysterious, or unusual, hosts Ben BowlinNoel Brown, and Matt Frederick are ready to blow its cover – and our minds – on Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know.

Wild Thing

Wild Thing is hosted by veteran radio producer Laura Krantz, who spent a year in the lab and in the woods, talking to serious Sasquatch hunters like primatologists and naturalists as well as non-believers about whether or not Bigfoot is real. As she dives into money-making Bigfoot ventures, interviews trackers and molecular biologists, attends Sasquatch symposiums, and examines the evidence, you – and she – may be surprised by what she discovers.


MonsterTalk, a podcast from Skeptic magazine, uses a science-based approach to examine monster myths. Not only do we hear their skepticism about Bigfoot, they also discuss Skinwalker Ranch, sea monsters, the South American Mapinguari, Ouija boards, dragons, and which U.S. president went monster-hunting. If you like to keep your feet on the ground, this is the monster podcast for you.

Conspiracies and Cryptids

Tessa, a conspiracy nut, and Sammy, a cryptid enthusiast, join forces in Conspiracies and Cryptids to cover everything from conspiracies like Project Pegasus, robotic bird drones, and the Mandela Effect to cryptids like the Batsquatch, Atmospheric Beasts, mermaids, and the Kraken, leaving no stone unturned in their quest for the truth – and a good time.

Monsters Among Us

A bit of a departure from the others, Monsters Among Us is a call-in podcast, with stories from regular people on their experiences and encounters with Bigfoot, extraterrestrials, ghostly apparitions, and other paranormal phenomena. With topics varying from voodoo magic to Mothman to doppelgangers to alien abductions (sometimes all in a single episode), this podcast is a good way to hear some eyewitness accounts – or at the very least, some very creative storytelling.

Folklore on the Rocks

Often, paranormal investigations get hung up on American monsters, but Folklore on the Rocks takes us all over the world, telling us about cryptids like the Bunyip from Australia, Brazil’s encantado, the Inuit Ijiraq, and the South African Grootslang, as well as sharing these cultures’ incredible folk tales, myths, and legends, from ancient Norse myths to Indian fables to contemporary creepypastas – all over a cocktail of the week.

Ghosts -n- Heaux

Though you can probably tell by the name, Ghosts -n- Heaux is a funny and freewheeling podcast where paranormal investigators Danielle and Zee talk unsolved murders, haunted mansions, the Grunch of New Orleansthe Jersey Devil, and more. With episodes titled “The Yeetening,” “Jim Caviezel Take The Wheel!” and “Two Hours Worth Of Vodka,” this podcast is informative, foulmouthed fun for fans of the freaky.

Bigfoot For Breakfast

Sisters Sarah and Samantha host the Bigfoot for Breakfast podcast; with episodes discussing spine-chilling stories about the Bell Witch and exorcisms, examining the history of paranormal government programs, hitting up haunted locations like the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, and pondering tales of Wisconsin’s Bray Road monster sightings, these spooky siblings’ stories are sure to give you a scare.

Kevin’s Cryptids

Whether you’re a believer in any of these monster stories or not, anyone can enjoy the proudly fictional Kevin’s Cryptids, an immersive audio drama following the adventures of journalist Taylor Hunt and self-proclaimed cryptozoologist Kevin Weathers as they search for proof of creatures like Bigfoot, Chupacabra, Loch Ness, and “your typical class-A howlers” (“Let me dumb it down for you – It’s like a bear with horns, mixed with a cat, that looks like a wolf”). With a great cast, solid writing, and stellar sound design – and two full seasons to enjoy – you’ll love monster-hunting with these characters.

If you want to be sure you’re listening to the podcasts everyone else is checking out, iHeartRadio has you covered. Every Monday, iHeartRadio releases a chart showing the most popular podcasts of the week. Stay up to date on what’s trending by checking out the chart here. There’s even a chart just for radio podcasts here, featuring all your favorite iHeartRadio personalities like Bobby BonesElvis DuranSteve Harvey and dozens of others.

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Local spook hunter hits it big time in Travel Channel’s Ghost Loop by Lauren Murphy

Salem local paranormal expert, Chris Califf, will be staring in Travel Channel’s new eight-episode series, Ghost Loop, premiering Friday, December 27 at 10 p.m. ET/PT

(I really liked this show…. check it out – Calleen)

Chris Califf, a Salem local, will be joining a team of paranormal experts as the researcher and tech advisor in the Travel Channel’s new eight-episode series, Ghost Loop.

As defined by the show, a ghost loop is a supernatural phenomena in which paranormal entities terrorize the living in the same place over and over again. In the series, the team will attempt to break the cycles of trapped paranormal activity and bring peace to the living and the supernatural by drawing out each spirit through re-creating trigger environments. The process involves examining and researching each property and then formulating a plan they believe will stop the hauntings.

The researching feeds into Califf’s love of history.

“With any good haunting there’s definitely even more incredible history,” he said.

His favorite part of the show was traveling across the nation and absorbing the unique pasts of each location. 

“The civil rights stuff is kind of what hit me the hardest, especially when we were down south,” he said. 

Prior to working on the show, Califf had done ghost hunting related work for local access television and promotional videos for Youtube and various other places on the internet. “They [Travel Channel] talked to some of my peers and thought I was a great fit for the team,” he said, which is how he got his place on the team.

Califf started ghost hunting when he was 18 years old,“I lost my father when I was a young man. This is kind of my way of trying to find him and reconnect with him,” he said.

Aside from researching the past, Califf also collects data on the present. The team uses anything from infrared thermometers, night vision cameras, and spirit boxes to observe and contact spirits.

Over the years he’s seen the ghost-hunting technology change.

“There is some evolution in some of the gear, sometimes it’s just a prettier new case to hold all the gear,” he said.

Califf said he couldn’t pick a single favorite episode as he’s proud of all the segments the team has filmed, “I’m proud of every family we’ve been able to help.”

Califf looks at breaking ghost loops as a way to help people and spirits. 

“That’s the biggest thing I want people to take away from this program is that our purpose is not just to help the spirit cross over and find its way, or answer that historical question. It’s to help people that are dealing with things that: one, they don’t understand and; two, they don’t have a way to get out of,” he said.

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10 Celebrities That Believe They’ve Seen Ghosts (& What They Saw) BY LACEY WOMACK

A lot of people believe in the supernatural and believe that they’ve had paranormal experiences. So many people claim that their houses are haunted by spirits of people that once lived there or their loved ones that are looking over them. Although celebrities may live very different lives than most of us, there’s one thing that they definitely share with us: a belief in the paranormal.

Just like normal people, a lot of celebrities believe in the paranormal and believe that they’ve experienced something that cannot be explained. Whether it’s staying somewhere haunted or just having the spirit of someone come to them, many celebrities claim they’ve had experiences with the paranormal. To see 10 celebrities that claim they’ve seen ghosts (and what they said they saw!), keep reading!

Ryan Gosling has been in the acting world for quite some time. He even appeared in creepy projects when he was young like the original Goosebumps series and Are You Afraid of the Dark?, so it’s not that surprising that he’s had experiences with the paranormal.

In an interview, Ryan Gosling explained that he’s definitely seen a ghost. He talked about the fact that his family lived in a house that was apparently haunted. Gosling said that the ghost haunting the house just sat there and no one but him could see it. He said that a few years later, his family started to be able to see him and they eventually moved. We would, too!

Lily Collins starred in the movie Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile alongside Zac Efron. In the film, Efron played the role of Ted Bundy while Lily Collins portrayed his girlfriend, Liz Kendall.

According to Collins, she saw the ghosts of Ted Bundy’s victims during the filming of the movie. In an interview with The Guardian, Collins talked about her experience. She said that every night, at around 3:00 AM, she would wake up. She said, “I started being woken up by flashes of images, like the aftermath of a struggle.” Luckily, she said she felt like the spirits were supporting her and thanking her for bringing a voice to their story.

In the movie I Still See You, Bella Thorne plays a high school student who is being stalked and tormented by a terrifying ghost that wants her dead. But, that film isn’t the only time that this actress and musician claims she’s had some unexplained, paranormal experiences.

According to an interview Thorne did with Vulture, her childhood home was built on haunted ground and that the spirits were restless. She claimed that her mother, her siblings, and herself would constantly hear footsteps going up and down the stairs, among other strange things.

Megan Fox has never been particularly quiet about the fact that she believes in just about anything when it comes to the paranormal and supernatural. You name it, Megan Fox will probably tell you a weird theory about it. Aliens? Bigfoot? Ghosts? Absolutely.

And when it comes to ghosts, the actress claims that she’s had some personal experiences to back up her beliefs. While promoting Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Megan talked about a time that she left a room and when she came back, something had poured her a cup of coffee.

There are a lot of places around the world that people believe to be haunted. Most people won’t go near them, but it’s safe to say that Ariana Grande is not most people. Although many people refuse to step foot in Stull Cemetery in Kansas, Ariana Grande decided to take a ghost hunting trip there.

During an interview with Complex, Ariana talked about her visit to Stull Cemetery. She said that she felt a deeply negative energy the entire time and that out of nowhere, a strong sulfur smell filled the car they were in. We totally don’t blame her for being scared and leaving!

Keanu Reeves appeared on Jimmy Kimmel’s show in 2014 and talked about the fact that he has seen a ghost. During a segment in which the host was asking this actor questions, he asked about whether or not he had ever had any paranormal experiences, to which the actor said yes.

He explained that while he was in New York, he saw a ghost… Maybe. He said that he saw a figure floating. It appeared to be a jacket with no arms, legs, or head. Just like Keanu, we can’t think of an explanation for what it could be if not a ghost.

Living in a haunted house would be pretty terrifying. But, when it seemed like there was a strange spirit living in the house of actor Matthew McConaughey, he wasn’t scared. According to an interview he did while promoting the movie Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, he said he straight up argued with a ghost.

According to McConaughey, his house at the time was haunted by a spirit he referred to as Madame Blu. He claimed that she didn’t seem too happy to be sharing the space with him, but he wasn’t about to let a ghost bully him in his home. Luckily, she finally came around to the idea of living with the actor and he claims that the paranormal activity in his house calmed down.

Jessica Alba is an actress that once starred in a horror movie called The Eye, but that’s not the only time she’s experienced something strange and spooky.

In an interview she did, Alba claimed that as a teenager, a strange presence in her house scared her so bad she didn’t even want to live there anymore. She said she woke up one night and couldn’t move because it felt like something was pressing on her. Her sheets were pulled off her bed by an unseen force and when she was finally able to get up, she ran out of her room screaming. We would, too!

Selena Gomez is known for her music and acting abilities, but one thing that many people don’tthe former Disney star know about is the fact that she loves the paranormal. Not only has she had experiences with ghosts, she actively seeks them out.

Selena has talked in the past about the fact that she once saw a mysterious figure in a long dress running through one of the houses she lived in as a child. And while on Jimmy Fallon’s show in 2015, she proudly showed off the fact that she has a ghost hunting app on her phone so she can communicate with the paranormal.

According to model and reality TV star, the house that she grew up in with her sisters is totally haunted. Although she claims she’s never actually seen a ghost, she has experienced some things that she says have no worldly explanation.

Kendall says that while living at mom Kris Jenner’s house, she and her sister Kylie would constantly hear footsteps and people walking up and down the stairs when no one was home. And to make things even creepier, she said that the shower in Kylie’s bathroom would often turn on without anyone going in there. Yikes!

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12 Of The Scariest Documentaries On Netflix Right Now By KAYLEIGH HUGHES

The only limit to how gross, creepy, terrifying, and disturbing horror movies can get is our own imaginations, which means that there will likely always be a steady stream of scary movies for as long as any of us will live. But if made-up horror movies have started to lose their luster, look no further than documentaries. Some of the scariest movies out there are actually some of the scariest documentaries out there, on Netflix no less.

Yes, while there is much to be said for the imagination, there is perhaps just as much to be said for the scary stories that are one hundred percent true. There’s probably no monster under your bed or zombie ready to eat your brains, but there absolutely are evil serial killers, atomic bombs, restrictive abortion laws that result in women’s deaths, priests who have dedicated their lives to exorcism, vicious man-eating animals, and many other terrifying true tales out in the real world. Netflix, known for its wide array of documentary fare, offers plenty in the way of scary true stories both historical and contemporary. So, if you want to stare in the face of a murderer, you’ve come to the right place.

1. ‘Killer Legends’

This documentary explores four terrifying urban legends and discovers that there may have been real-life crimes that inspired them.

2. ‘Hostage To The Devil’

This deeply spooky documentary examines the true story of Father Malachi Martin, a priest who performed exorcisms.

3. ‘The Imposter’

The Imposter tells the curious and progressively disturbing tale of a boy who went missing and then showed back up looking mysteriously different.

4. ‘Trapped’

This documentary is a different kind of terrifying. It examines the targeted regulation of abortion providers, which has made it increasingly difficult for clinics to operate and for women to receive this important medical procedure. The film showcases the devastating effects that “pro-life” policies have had on many of America’s most vulnerable women.

5. ‘H.H. Holmes: America’s First Serial Killer’

For detailed descriptions of the elaborate Chicago torture house designed by murderer H.H. Holmes in the 1880s, acid vats and gassing rooms and all, look no further than this documentary.

6. ‘Hiroshima: BBC History of World War II’

This BBC documentary, which includes interviews with five Japanese eyewitnesses to the devastating Hiroshima bombing, is terrifying as an account of what humanity is capable of, especially in light of Donald Trump’s recent remarks about nuclear weapons.

7. ‘Grizzly Man’

This is a fascinating documentary about the relationship between man and nature, but take note: It is not a heartwarming tale, and it does not have a happy ending.

8. ‘Glory Daze’

Michael Alig, a founding member of the New York Club Kids in the ’80s, is the subject of this thrilling and frightening documentary. His antics turn deadly.

9. ‘The Confessions of Thomas Quick’

More than your average serial killer documentary, this creepy film examines the story of Sture Ragnar Bergwall, also known as Thomas Quick, a man who confessed to more than 30 murders and then years later withdrew the confessions. The story of how these events came to happen is deeply disturbing.

10. ‘Cropsey’

One of the most effective horror documentaries ever, Cropsey follows its two filmmakers as they embark on a mission to solve the mystery of a number of kidnappings and disappearances that occurred in their hometown during their childhood. The truth is more haunting than you could imagine.

11. ‘Interview With A Serial Killer’

This is exactly what it sounds like: a jailhouse interview with serial killer Arthur Shawcross, the Genesee River Killer. He talks about his crimes, and yes, it is terribly creepy and utterly fascinating.

12. ‘Josef Fritzl: Story Of A Monster’

Another serial killer documentary, this one examines the life and horrific crimes of Josef Fritzl, who kept his daughter locked in a basement for 24 years and raped her repeatedly, fathering seven children.

If you can peacefully fall sleep after watching any of these documentaries, you’re stronger and braver than I am.

Editor’s Note: This article has been updated from its original version.

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Paranormal activity spooks police interrogating mystic accused of hundreds of sexual assaults by Denton Staff Contributor

Paranormal activity spooks police interrogating mystic accused of hundreds of sexual assaults A Brazilian medium accused of sexually assaulting over 300 women may or may not have had something to do with some very unusual and spooky activity during his police interrogation.

A series of unusual events took place during the two-hour interview, with João Teixeira de Faria, who is known as João de Deus – John of God on Sunday night in Goiânia, Brazil.

“Suddenly the computer that was being used to transcribe the suspect‘s answers to the allegations seemed to have a life of its own and the commands on the keyboard wouldn‘t work,” Detective Karla Fernandes Folha de Paolo. “When the clerk tried to enter the medium‘s statement, the keys locked on a specific letter and ‘OOOOOOO‘ was recorded continuously on the screen for a few seconds.”

Police described a number of bizarre instances, including a computer crashing, a printer starting to print pages on its own, and a fridge blowing up.

“I plugged the lead [of the air conditioner] into an extension shared with a mini-fridge and the electrical wiring suddenly exploded, burning out the fridge. Everyone in the room screamed with fright.” Fernandez said.

It wasn’t just the interrogation where unusual activity was reported. As the media gathered outside the medium’s house before he surrendered on Sunday, rumors spread about evil spirits and when a reporter suddenly fell ill, people feared there was some paranormal activity going on there too.

Teixeira denies sexually abusing hundreds of women around the world, including his own daughter, under the pretense of healing through “miracle surgeries.”

He was once interviewed by Oprah and says he once treated President Bill Clinton.

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Travel Channel: Ghost Nation rings in the New Year with Season 2 renewal by Susan Leighton

Ghost Nation will return for more paranormal investigations in 2020. Get ready for Season 2!

Ghost Nation is one of the Travel Channel shows that viewers can’t get enough of. After raking in 5 million viewers to date according to the Discovery press release, the paranormal series was given the greenlight for Season 2.

That means fans of the original ghost hunting team of Jason Hawes, Steve Gonsalves and Dave Tango can look forward to even more otherworldly encounters in 2020. Another bonus for the audience? There will be more episodes! That’s right, 20 to be exact.

So, expect new locations and more intensive investigations. Part of why Ghost Nation is a hit is because of the way Jason, Steve and Dave treat their clients. They handle each case with compassion and want to do what is right for those homeowners who are at a loss of how to deal with powerful spiritual activity.

The trio also assist the dead that may be lingering behind because of unfinished business to move on. All three investigators are praised for their professionalism and honesty in the paranormal community. Hawes, Gonsalves and Tango are specialists in the field and bring their own areas of expertise to the table.

Jason Hawes has been dealing with supernatural phenomenon for over 29 years while Steve Gonsalves is former law enforcement. Dave Tango is the tech guru of the group which is an invaluable skill to have for gathering evidence. Rest assured, Season 2 will give them ample opportunities to put their abilities to use.

Get ready for the Season 1 finale of Ghost Nation which will air on Friday, Dec. 13 at 10 p.m. Stay tuned for more Season 2 news. 

I Love This Show! Calleen

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