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This show takes viewers on a tour across the U.S. to visit mysterious and spooky paranormal hot spots. Locations vary from world-famous businesses to humble homes, each with its share of ghost sightings and unexplainable phenomena. Notable sites profiled in the series include the Liar's Club in Chicago, the Shanghai Tunnels below Portland, Ore., and the Stanley Hotel in Colorado, which provided inspiration for Stephen King's "The Shining."

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Revisiting 13 paranormal sites from the Devil's Tree in New Jersey to a scary amusement park.
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A Maine movie theater where the horror lurks in the aisles and not on the screen; on the Mississippi river where a witch committed her crimes.
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Exploring locations linked to unnerving and terrifying tales, from a Nebraska road where a farmer hung his entire family to an Upstate New York farmhouse where a demon has long overstayed its welcome.
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Cursed towns and real-life "villages of the damned," where streets haunted by past transgressions; a pharmacy in the French Quarter with a prescription for death; the outskirts of Salem, Mass., where a sinister shadow has left its dark mark.
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Terrifying roads, roadhouses and roadside haunts; Florida's highway to hell; Civil War specters in Savannah; a bridge between the living and the dead in Mississippi; a journey on a gurney to the great beyond in the Ozarks.
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Exploring the gravest of locations where the dead never sleep, from a former Victorian-era asylum where victims were experimented on to a remote Nebraska outpost where a scorned woman killed her unfaithful husband.
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Reports of ghosts in an old Illinois cemetery; an octagon-shaped residence in Kentucky; a music hall in Cincinnati; a theater in Tennessee; a restaurant in New York City.
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A New Jersey prison rumored to be haunted; touring Chicago's Hull House, known for numerous ghost sightings; spirits allegedly haunt a lake on Long Island, N.Y.; a hotel in Michigan; a church in Key West, Fla.
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An abandoned amusement park; a haunted residence in Savannah, Ga.; a Florida lighthouse.
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A bar in Chicago contains forces so dark, they cause visitors to turn horribly violent; a haunted aircraft carrier in Texas earns the nickname "Blue Ghost"; a haunted bed and breakfast in Texas; a music hall in Upstate New York.
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A suicidal monk reportedly haunts a castle outside of Seattle; exploring a historic Massachusetts inn once used to house escaped slaves; a haunted park in Denver.
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Visiting a haunted nightclub; exploring the Old Portland Underground, rumored to have been used to hold Shanghaied captives; a haunted mansion in Missouri; a tattoo parlor.
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The hotel that inspired "The Shining"; the Ohio State Reformatory; a historic plantation supposedly inhabited by numerous ghosts; the site of a grisly unsolved axe murder in a small Midwestern town.
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Spiritual possession in Illinois; site of the most infamous unsolved murder, the Lizzie Borden House.

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