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Featured on the Destination America series "Ghost Asylum," the Tennessee Wraith Chasers take their specter-hunting skills on the road to investigate America's most haunted towns. The team -- founder Chris Smith, co-founder Steven McDougal, historian Scott Porter, and trap inventor Brannon Smith -- travels to paranormal hotspots like Salem, Mass., Bisbee, Ariz., and Gettysburg, Pa., to interview witnesses and follow leads to try to pinpoint who is haunting the towns and why. Spooky stories in such places have been passed down through generations. Is it simply folklore, or is it true?

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The Tennessee Wraith Chasers head West to investigate haunted Port Townsend, Wash.; a history of crimes, curses and broken dreams have left behind dark and angry spirits who are ready to confront the team.
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The Tennessee Wraith Chasers experience terror as they investigate the town of Hilo, Hawaii; voices in underground lava tubes warn of impending danger on the Big Island, giving the team a new respect for the vengeful fire goddess Pele.
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The team heads to the "Gateway to the West" to face the spirits of madmen and murderers as they try to uncover what's behind the aggressive paranormal activity in Independence, Mo.
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The Tennessee Wraith Chasers investigate Savannah's Hanging Square.
aired 18 days ago
The Tennessee Wraith Chasers head to the site of one of America's greatest unsolved murder mysteries to investigate Lizzie Borden.
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The Tennessee Wraith Chasers try to settle the restless spirit of the first civilian killed during the river town's Reconstruction Era.
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The Tennessee Wraith Chasers investigate the rumors of locals opening a paranormal portal.
aired 51 days ago
The Tennessee Wraith Chasers search for a connection between copper and ghosts.
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The Tennessee Wraith Chasers travel to Salem, Mass. to investigate the infamous Salem witch trials.
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In Louisiana, the team investigates Manchac Swamp; they're the first team ever to investigate the site of the largest slave revolt in the United States, and they want to find out what's stirring up spirits more than 200 years later.
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The Tennessee Wraith Chasers are in uncharted territory as they head to Montana for the first time to investigate the haunted streets of Virginia City, a Wild West town known for its excessive crime and mass hangings.
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The Tennessee Wraith Chasers head to Pendleton, Ore., a forgotten town with a sordid past and a long-hidden underground secret; to uncover the darkness, the team navigates a maze of tunnels that lead to a mysterious underworld.
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The Tennessee Wraith Chasers encounter the spirits of two infamous murderers at the Old Idaho Penitentiary; they follow the trail of one murder into Boise, Idaho, where they learn shocking details about the victim, crime and killer.
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The Tennessee Wraith Chasers head to Wyoming to investigate a former frontier town infamous for the botched hanging of one of its most notorious criminals; some believe the Wild West outlaw is seeking revenge in the afterlife.
aired 210 days ago
The Tennessee Wraith Chasers investigate legendary Gettysburg, Penn.; while making contact with the restless souls of these fallen American soldiers, they get more than they bargain for.
aired 291 days ago
The Tennessee Wraith Chasers investigate a spooky looking doll named Claire to see if she is the cause of the evil surrounding one of the deadliest train crashes in American history.

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The Tennessee Wraith Chasers take their specter-hunting skills on the road to investigate America's most haunted towns. The team -- founder Chris Smith, co-founder Steven McDougal, historian Scott Porter, and trap inventor Brannon Smith -- travels to paranormal hotspots like Salem, Mass., Bisbee, Ariz., and Gettysburg, Pa., to interview witnesses and follow leads to try to pinpoint who is haunting the towns and why. Spooky stories in such places have been passed down through generations. Is it simply folklore, or is it true?
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