NextVR will be releasing the third installment in its original paranormal investigation series Paranormal Evidence with Paranormal Evidence: Missouri State Penitentiary. This new 30-minute episode is exclusively released to fans on Daydream, Google’s platform for high-quality, mobile VR.
“Paranormal Evidences continues to be a fan favorite in the VR community,” said David Cole, NextVR co-founder, and CEO. “We excited to enable Daydream users to be the first to explore the shadowy and sinister halls of Missouri State Penitentiary.”
The episode is an unsettling investigation at Missouri State Penitentiary, once known as “the bloodiest 47 acres in America” for its deadly riots and grisly murders. Lead investigator Jack Kassewitz, who has years of investigative journalism and linguistics experience, took his team to the abandoned prison that is known for paranormal activity.
Kassewitz provided the investigators with historical artifacts, based on months of research, to trigger paranormal activity in specific areas of the prison. The facility far surpassed its reputation for unexplained phenomena as the team experienced bizarre voices, multiple touches, and a physical attack.
“When Jack came back from Unit 1 with wounds that looked like bite marks on his arm, we nearly pulled the plug on the shoot,” said Michael Watchulonis, executive producer. “The team insisted on continuing, and experienced new phenomena that we can’t wait to show our audience.”
Fans with a Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream or a Daydream View, along with a compatible smartphone, can download the free NextVR app from the Google Play Store. Following the 30-day Daydream exclusive, fans on all platforms compatible with NextVR can explore the Missouri State Penitentiary in the third episode of Paranormal Evidence.
Log onto ParanormalEvidence.com to learn more about each of the investigations.