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TV personality/executive producer Jack Osbourne teams with paranormal investigator Katrina Weidman on journeys to notorious haunted locations. Not only do these places have dark histories, but they are especially sinister and purported to be doorways to the spirit underworld. Each hourlong episode finds Osbourne and Weidman at a different site, examining unusual incidents while utilizing specialized technology and a network of experts to help document and uncover the truth. Among others, the investigations include Bobby Mackey's Music World in Kentucky, Eastern State Penitentiary in Pennsylvania, the Alaskan Hotel in Juneau, Ohio's Twin City Opera House, and New Orleans' infamous LaLaurie Mansion -- where Jack and Katrina become the only paranormal team to ever examine the disturbing hauntings within its walls.

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Jack and Katrina investigate a haunted bed-and-breakfast which is next door to the Skinwalker Ranch in Utah; the team explores ongoing paranormal activity in the area, including cryptid sightings, demonic activity and UFOs.
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In Weston, W. Va., Jack and Katrina venture inside the walls of a haunted hospital that once housed thousands of mentally ill patients; their investigation uncovers mind-blowing truths that lead to an intelligent conversation with the other side.
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Jack and Katrina head down to New Orleans to perform the first-ever paranormal investigation of the LaLaurie Mansion; using voodoo rituals and spirit boards, they hunt for the truth about the rumors surrounding this real-life house of horrors.
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Jack and Katrina travel to Pennsylvania to investigate a 19th-century estate brimming with paranormal activity that many believe is fueled by the property's shadowy history of untimely deaths, witchcraft and an ancient Native American curse.
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Jack and Katrina travel to Juneau, Alaska, to conduct the first-ever investigation of the Alaskan Hotel; built for luxury, the historic hotel has developed a reputation for demonic activity due to its notorious criminal past.
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It's a real-life case of the Phantom of the Opera as Jack and Katrina descend on the sleepy town of McConnelsville, Ohio, to investigate a majestic old theater long rumored to be haunted by a host of sordid spirits.
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Jack and Katrina are in serious danger as they investigate a Kentucky honky-tonk considered by many to be the most haunted place on Earth and the location of an actual portal to Hell.
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Jack and Katrina travel to Philadelphia to gain unprecedented access to never-before-investigated areas of Eastern State Penitentiary; the team explores sites where unimaginable suffering and death took place.

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