A pair of plumbers moonlight as ghostbusters for clients who report paranormal phenomena. Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson founded TAPS, the Atlantic Paranormal Society, in 1990 as an extension of their interest in the paranormal, and since that time they have made it their life's work -- when they're not unclogging drains, that is -- to help individuals or groups throughout the country who feel they have been affected by seemingly unexplained disturbances. Grant left TAPS and the show in 2012, leaving Jason as the team's lead investigator.
Investigators from The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS) join experienced Irish investigator Barry Fitzgerald as they travel around the world, using their principles of scientific techniques, to sniff out famous haunted spots in this entry in the "Ghost Hunters" reality-TV franchise. Among the global locations the "Ghost Hunters International" team visits are Chillingham Castle in England, the forgotten underground city of Mary King's Close in Scotland, Peru, Singapore, Sweden and the Philippines.
Syfy is known for having shows about the paranormal and people hunting for ghosts and other phenomena. For this series the ghost-hunting takes the network south with Deep South Paranormal Research, a bayou-based team of investigators who want to unlock mysteries that have confused residents for years. The investigators -- who have a passion for the region and paranormal events that occur there -- take on everything from swamp apparitions to haunted plantations and voodoo legends. Being in swampy areas, they often have to deal with such dangers as gators, snakes and mosquitos during the investigations that take the team to locations like the Old Cahawba ghost town in Alabama and Devil's Swamp in Louisiana.
You may not want to watch "Paranormal Witness" alone if you're easily spooked. This series brings to life -- through the use of first-hand testimony, home videos and personal photos -- the stories of people who have lived through paranormal experiences. In addition to featuring the usual paranormal stuff -- UFO sightings, poltergeists, haunted mansions, to name just a few -- "Paranormal Witness" episodes also tell the stories of a child with an imaginary friend and a highway that is said to be haunted.
Jack Osbourne and his friend, actress Dana Workman, hit the haunted highway on a most unusual road trip. The pair investigate claims of paranormal activity along America's remote roads, traveling without a camera crew and documenting their creepy findings themselves. The series also highlights similar work done separately by Jael de Pardo and Devin Marble (familiar names to fans of the Syfy series "Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files"). The teams, aided by eyewitness interviews and evidence already collected, travel mysterious regions of Montana, South Dakota, Minnesota, Arkansas and Louisiana in search of hellhounds, skin walkers, ghosts and other paranormal phenomena.
Ghost hunters Steve Gonsalves and Dave Tango, members of TAPS (The Atlantic Paranormal Society), train a new generation of paranormal investigators. They take aspiring ghost hunters to some of the most haunted spots in the United States and show them the ropes of paranormal investigation. Those who make the grade may be invited to participate in an investigation with a team from "Ghost Hunters" or "Ghost Hunters International."
People often think that ghosts and other spirits live in and "haunt" buildings. But people don't usually think the same thing about objects like paintings, jewelry and dolls. But the Zaffis family, led by dad John, not only thinks that ghosts can inhabit such objects, they collect what they think are paranormal objects. John Zaffis is a paranormal investigator who has been asked to consult on hauntings for nearly four decades. Through the years, he has amassed thousands of possessed objects that he keeps in his bizarre museum, where visitors report feeling an evil presence upon entering the building. Assisting John on his investigations are his children, Chris and Aimee. Also along for the (potentially scary) ride are tech specialist Brian Cano, who has been fascinated by the paranormal since he was young, and an additional psychic investigator or two.
In the remote woods of Oregon sits Crescent Mine, one of America's richest gold mines. But the site had been forgotten after being abandoned decades ago when a series of tragedies gave it a reputation for being haunted. New owner Larry Overman has reopened the mine and hired a group of miners -- a mixture of veterans and rookies -- in hope of finding the mine's fortune. He is also tackling the haunted reputation head-on by teaming his miners with paranormal investigators Kristen Luman and Patrick Doyle. The latter are tasked with unraveling the location's mysteries, including historic Masonic connections and a spirit known to haunt the area for generations, while the miners face the day-to-day challenges that come with the job.
World adventurers, led by paranormal researcher Josh Gates, travel the globe on the trail of the supernatural, hunting for strange creatures and paranormal phenomena. They interview local residents, research the history of the area and search for physical evidence of the supernatural phenomenon, bringing viewers along for the ride.
This show offers a slightly different twist on the usual paranormal investigation -- team members, led by former FBI agent Ben Hansen, investigate photos or videos posted on the Internet, looking for signs of fakery. In fact, the show's website has a link where viewers can submit their own evidence to the team. Members conduct various experiments, trying to reproduce the phenomena, and if they can't, Ben reviews the evidence to decide whether it warrants a field investigation. Once in the field, they use the most up-to-date techniques for gathering evidence of the paranormal, either to debunk the evidence, or confirm it as a paranormal mystery.