Some of the most amazing, eye-opening and downright scary paranormal videos from around the world are featured as a panel of experts breaks down the footage and analyzes what exactly the eyewitnesses captured. Insights from some of the most knowledgeable specialists in the field and firsthand accounts from the people lucky enough – or perhaps unlucky enough – to witness these strange phenomena for themselves just might make a believer of even the biggest skeptics out there. [Hour-long episodes]
“The Ghost of Al Capone and More” – Premieres Wednesday, March 4 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Ghost hunters make contact with an infamous gangster, a flying witch terrifies onlookers, a poltergeist torments a college student and something is alive in the sewers.
“A Sasquatch Spotted in Siberia and More” – Premieres Wednesday, March 11 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Three boys spot a Sasquatch-like creature in Siberia, a couple captures ghostly soldiers on camera in Gettysburg and a teenager is terrified by a freakish formation in the sky.
In each episode of “Ghost Adventures,” Zak Bagans and Aaron Goodwin, along with A/V techs Billy Tolley and Jay Wasley, travel to a different haunted destination where they meet with locals, eyewitnesses and experts in an attempt to piece together the haunted history of each site. They then begin their “lockdown” investigation, using the latest scientific gadgets and technology in an effort to obtain physical evidence of the paranormal and uncover the truth behind each haunted mystery. [Hour-long episodes]
“Franklin Castle” – Premieres Thursday, March 5 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Zak Bagans and the crew travel to Cleveland to investigate the most haunted residence in Ohio. Whispers of murder, suicide and arson have led many to believe the majestic mansion carries a deadly curse.
“Union Brewery of Death” – Premieres Thursday, March 12 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Zak Bagans and the crew are back in Virginia City, Nevada, to investigate the dark spirits haunting a historic brewery. A devastating fire and a short stint as a funeral home has stained the building, creating an energy unlike anything they’ve encountered.
Former NYPD homicide detective Steve DiSchiavi and physical medium Amy Allan are back on the case with a brand-new season of Travel Channel’s hit series, “The Dead Files.” In every episode, DiSchiavi and Allan first investigate each case separately. Utilizing his detective skills, DiSchiavi interviews witnesses and experts, and researches the history and facts behind each location. Allan, a physical medium who sees and communicates with the dead, assesses the property to identify what underlying entities reside there. Keeping their findings hidden from each other, the team avoids all contact with one another – coming together only at the very end to reveal their shocking discoveries to the property owners, and each other. [Hour-long episodes]
“Last Call” – Premieres Thursday, March 5 at 10 p.m. ET/PT
Steve DiSchiavi and Amy Allan travel to Palatka, Florida, to investigate violent paranormal activity at a downtown bar. The owners claim all hell broke loose when they began renovations, and they fear the family business is cursed.
“Detox” – Premieres Thursday, March 12 at 10 p.m. ET/PT
Steve DiSchiavi and Amy Allan travel to Elizabeth City, North Carolina, where a woman claims paranormal activity has spiked ever since she got sober. She fears if the evil spirits lurking inside her home can’t be stopped, she will fall down a dark path of no return.
Paranormal investigators Amy Bruni and Adam Berry, along with psychic medium Chip Coffey, enter America’s darkest locations, demanding answers to the most chilling haunted mysteries. Bringing peace to the living by giving a voice to the dead, their multilayered investigations dig deep into the past to identify the restless spirits and analyze the threat. Throughout the season, America’s most intense paranormal activity takes them to evil and historic locations, including properties that were used as orphanages and asylums, as well as personal homes inhabited by aggressive entities.
“Blackout” – Premieres Friday, March 6 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Amy Bruni, Adam Berry and Chip Coffey answer the desperate call of a couple suffering from relentless paranormal attacks in their home. Even more discomforting, the wife fears a dark entity is possessing her husband, causing blackouts and fits of anger.
“Keeper of the Light” – Premieres Friday, March 13 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Amy Bruni, Adam Berry and Chip Coffey visit a desolate island off the coast of Newport, Rhode Island. Disease, disaster and utter isolation have allowed spirits to fester, leading to reports of terrifying paranormal activity from employees and guests.
Why do so many communities across America have stories of unexplained paranormal experiences that, through word-of-mouth and consistency, turn into lore? In “Haunting in the Heartland,” paranormal investigator and documentary filmmaker Steve Shippy visits Midwestern towns that have been traumatized for generations by ripples of fear. Growing up in a rural Michigan “creepy house on the corner,” Shippy uses his own personal experiences to make intimate connections with the families who’ve reached out to him for help. He then puts the puzzle pieces together to identify and decipher the larger mystery of the town’s haunting. [Hour-long episodes]
“Descent Into Madness” – Premieres Friday, March 6 at 10 p.m. ET/PT
Steve Shippy travels to Holly Springs, Mississippi, where a family is being tormented by the ghost of a psychiatric patient. He uncovers a dark secret that has haunted the town for over a century, and it may be the key to putting the spirit to rest.
“Face of Evil” – Premieres Friday, March 13 at 10 p.m. ET/PT
Steve Shippy travels to Hebron, Kentucky, to investigate an evil entity attacking a local woman in her home. He and his team uncover a strange chain of events surrounding the property, but the closer they get to answers, the more violent the spirit becomes.
The great outdoors aren’t always so great. In fact, the woods are filled with mysteries that sometimes cannot be explained. These are the true accounts of people who ventured deep into the forest only to come screaming out with stories that defy reality.[Hour-long episodes]
“Did Something Attach Itself to My Soul? and I Think I Saw a Ghost” – Premieres Saturday, March 7 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
A paranormal terror is unleashed when a group of friends desecrate a Florida cemetery. A day trip descends into a nightmare when two hunters spot a ghostly figure in the woods.
“Was It Hunting Us? and It was Something Evil” – Premieres Saturday, March 14 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Three friends come face-to-face with Bigfoot while hiking in the mountains of Kentucky. A paranormal tour guide unleashes a demonic entity when she attempts to communicate with the spirits on a Civil War battlefield.
HAUNTED HOSPITALS (U.S. Premiere)
“Haunted Hospitals” tells chilling tales of paranormal activity inside hospitals, nursing homes, morgues and medical institutions. Past patients suspended between this world and the next, departed medical professionals who insist on overseeing their wards long after death, spirits roaming corridors to signal unfinished business with their presence – these terrifying stories are told by the medical professionals and patients who experienced them. These are not random encounters, but part of paranormal patterns experienced by hospital staff all over the world. [Hour-long episodes]
“The Cruel Nurse and When Hell Freezes Over” – Premieres Saturday, March 7 at 10 p.m. ET/PT
Patients are possessed by spirits at an isolated psychiatric hospital, and a malicious entity attacks a rookie nursing assistant.
“The Curse of Hallows’ Eve, Room 24 and The Coal Miner’s Ghost” – Premieres Saturday, March 14 at 10 p.m. ET/PT
A demonic entity pushes a security guard to the brink of insanity, hostile spirits harass a hospital worker and the ghost of a coal miner haunts a long-abandoned basement room.
Alaska is the most sparsely populated of all the states. In a vast expanse of rugged wilderness, one area – known as “The Alaska Triangle” – has been home to so much unusual activity that it has struck fear across Alaska and the world. More people disappear in this area than anywhere else in the United States, with countless sightings of strange creatures, impossible moving lights in the sky, unexplained phenomena and even malevolent ghosts. Are lay lines and electromagnetic anomalies within the Triangle causing these bizarre events? Or is something more sinister at play? From strange reports of military personnel seeing UFOs and missing aircraft that have vanished without a trace, to sightings of fearful monsters and an underground alien base hidden inside a mountain, each episode of “The Alaska Triangle” seeks to unlock the paranormal mysteries hidden within this foreboding location. [Two-hour episodes]
“Underground Aliens and Vortex of Disappearances” – Premieres Sunday, March 8 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
A UFO hunter flies over Alaska’s highest mountain in search of a secret underground alien base, and a mysterious energy vortex may be behind unexplained disappearances and paranormal activity in the Alaskan wilderness.
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