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In Travel Channel's "Destination Fear," documentary filmmaker Dakota Laden, his sister, Chelsea, and his best friend, Tanner Wiseman, travel across the country in an RV to spend nights in haunted locations. From asylums to prisons, they explore abandoned buildings using scientific equipment to capture evidence of paranormal activity. At each site, the luck of the draw determines where each one of them will sleep -- alone and separate from each other -- armed with cameras and dread as their only companions. Episodes include a visit to Brushy State Penitentiary, which is rumored to be rife with paranormal activity. At Old South Pittsburg Hospital, Dakota prepares sister Chelsea to confront a specter that attacks only women. In West Virginia, the team visits Sweet Springs Sanitarium, the site of a massacre of Native Americans, where they hear screams, voices and chants. They also revisit St. Albans Sanatorium, even though Chelsea has vowed she would never return to this awful place.

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Dakota brings the road trip to its most chilling overnight yet, inside a shuttered Wisconsin asylum; this will be the first team ever to sleep inside its abandoned halls, where little is known about why several nurses took their own lives.
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The team heads to Pennsylvania to investigate a former home for the destitute and elderly, determined to conquer the terror inside, but things go horribly wrong during a dire paranormal-induced emergency.
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Convinced total isolation and disorientation is the only way to push fear to its absolute limits, Dakota leads the team to Ebensburg, Pa., to investigate a dungeon deep in the bowels of the old Cambria County Jail.
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The team investigates a Texas hospital that has a gruesome history, including a brutal double homicide; the abandoned building's chapel may house a demonic entity.
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Dakota, Chelsea, Tanner, and Alex discuss their most terrifying moments on the road with paranormal investigator Dave Schrader; they answer fan questions and share bonus footage and new evidence.
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The team heads to Moundsville, W.Va., to investigate what was once one of the top 10 most-violent prisons in the United States; Dakota fears he may have to leave some part of his soul behind after he is targeted in a horrific physical attack.
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The team investigates a former Montana prison haunted by dark entities known for choking, shanking and possessing visitors; one team member must overcome his fear of violent spirits to survive the night behind the walls of the vile place.
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Dakota, Chelsea and Tanner head home to face the horror of their childhood nightmares, Minnesota's most-notorious sanatorium.
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The team faces their biggest paranormal challenge yet when they roll up to an abandoned asylum in Spring City, Pa.; hissing, violent entities within the asylum leave them wondering if they'll ever return home from their terrifying road trip.
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Dakota, Chelsea and Tanner explore the Old South Pittsburg Hospital in Tennessee; Dakota must prepare his sister, Chelsea, for a confrontation with a specter on the third floor that is said to attack only women.
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The team revisits the St. Albans Sanatorium, a place so awful that Chelsea vowed she would never go back; considered to be the most haunted place on the East Coast, it is said to be filled with hundreds of entities, including a demonic force.
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Dakota meets the team in Tennessee to investigate the dark corridors of Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary; Chelsea has a confrontation with an entity inside James Earl Ray's cell; Tanner is threatened; Dakota's fear experiment takes a turn.
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The team's road trip takes them to Lancaster, Ohio, to investigate a house of horrors; after Dakota instructs each member to explore the property all alone, Alex encounters something so evil it won't be believed if not caught on video.
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Dakota's team members are pushed to their limits after they check into a hotel in Buffalo, N.Y.; disembodied voices and shadows are everywhere; communications fail in the haunted elevators, and each of the team members find themselves alone.
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Dark forces conspire against the team as it investigates the Madison Seminary, one of the most-haunted locations in Ohio; terrifying voices, shadow figures and physical contact with a demonic entity leave them stunned and shaken to the core.
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Dakota, Chelsea and Tanner investigate one of the most haunted locations in Michigan, Eloise Psychiatric Hospital; the team begins to lose its grip on reality while being subjected to screams, slamming doors and rampant poltergeist activity.
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The team members have an unsettling experience while visiting an amusement park in Lake Shawnee, W. Va; then, they explore the Sweet Springs Sanitarium, the site of a massacre of Native Americans, where they hear screams, voices and chanting.

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