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Paranormal investigator Zak Bagans leads his team of co-investigators at haunted locations both in America and abroad, interviewing locals about alleged hauntings before going face to face with supernatural entities. Each hourlong episode follows Bagans and his crew as they work to uncover the paranormal mysteries, and after piecing together the haunted history of each site, the team holds a dusk-to-dawn "lockdown" in an effort to obtain physical evidence of the paranormal and discover the truth.
There are creatures both legendary and unidentified roaming the Appalachian Mountains, and a band of hard-core hunters and trappers have made it their life's work to investigate them. For generations, supposed sightings of these monsters -- with such names as Wolfman, Devil Dog, Wampus Beast, Mothman and Lizard Demon -- have occurred along the 1,500-mile stretch of mountains, and it wasn't until the members of the Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings had their own personal encounters with these creatures that they became believers. Now, the AIMS crew, led by founders "Trapper" John Tice, Jeff Headlee and Willy McQuillian, use both traditional techniques and modern technology to track, trap and capture these monsters. Maybe AIMS will snag its first one while cameras are filming "Mountain Monsters"!
A homicide detective and a medium combine their sixth senses to investigate haunted locations where a deadly crime was committed. Steve DiSchiavi is a retired detective with more than 20 years of experience with the New York City Police Department, and Amy Allan is a paranormal researcher and psychic who has worked with many private investigators and police agencies. In each episode, the duo investigate a case independently and keep their findings hidden from each other to preserve the integrity of their discoveries. At the episode's end DiSchiavi and Allan share with the property owner what they discover, and it often points to an undeniable conclusion.
In "The Holzer Files," a paranormal team reopens the case files of America's first ghost hunter, Dr. Hans Holzer. The late scientist conducted groundbreaking research into supernatural phenomena and wrote more than 120 books on the subject. He is best known for his research into the Amityville, N.Y., house, where the Lutz family was terrorized by paranormal activity. With the help of Holzer's daughter, Alexandra, the team picks up where Holzer left off to reexamine the hauntings he spent his life researching. The team is made up of paranormal investigator Dave Schrader, psychic medium Cindy Kaza and equipment technician Shane Pittman. They comb through thousands of documents, letters, photographs, and audio and visual recordings dating back to the 1950s. Using Holzer's findings, the team tracks down recent developments and revisit the locations, which include the Peck House, the Morris-Jumel Mansion, the Whaley House, the Lambert Castle, the USS Constellation, and more.
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.
Travel Channel's paranormal series "My Horror Story" features ordinary people who share true tales of surviving dark preternatural forces. Brave storytellers recall their encounters with demonic entities, ghostly apparitions, blood-sucking beings, aliens, and other otherworldly creatures. Hour-long episodes document a mother's story about her new home's haunted nursery and a homeowner who recalls encountering a dark force that refuses to leave her dream home.
Ghosts, poltergeists, demons and their targets star in "Paranormal Survivor." Hourlong episodes feature people reliving their harrowing encounters with the supernatural. Viewers hear from those who've faced the feared spirits, and dramatic re-creations lure victims back to the scenes of the confrontations.
Paranormal investigators Jason Hawes, Steve Gonsalves and Dave Tango are back for all-new otherworldly adventures in Travel Channel's paranormal reality TV series, "Ghost Nation." The paranormal pioneers respond to urgent calls from local investigators who have reached dead ends while trying to help homeowners deal with high-stakes hauntings. Using state-of-the-art technology, the guys embed themselves in communities across the country to conduct multi-day investigations in an effort to track down the sources of these hauntings and restore peace to both the living and the dead.
Intrigued by legendary mysteries and driven by curiosity, Josh Gates is on a mission for answers. "Exhibition Unknown" chronicles his global adventures as he investigates iconic unsolved events, lost cities, buried treasures and other puzzling stories. Armed with a degree in archaeology, a quick wit and a thirst for action, Gates investigates recent developments before embarking on a detailed exploration. Whether he's trekking through Fiji in search of Amelia Earhart's remains or diving the deep seas of Panama to locate Captain Morgan's pirate ship, Gates' roughshod expeditions lead him one step closer to the truth.
The extraordinary, often bizarre treasures housed in America's museums represent wondrous chapters in history, but a physical display can tell only part of their story. Behind each artifact are amazing tales and secrets to be revealed -- tales sometimes brimming with scandal, mystery, murder and intrigue. In "Mysteries at the Museum," host Don Wildman visits a wide variety of museums across the United States, taking viewers on a sometimes shocking tour of America's past by re-examining what's been left behind. Interviews, archival footage and re-enactments bring to life the artifacts' enduring mysteries, some that have never been told before on television.
Re-enactments of apparent collisions between the spirit plane and the real world are presented in each one-hour episode of "A Haunting," accompanied by commentary by the people who supposedly experienced such spooky incidents as demonic activity, poltergeist attacks, possessions, and cryptic visions. Paranormal investigators, priests, shamans, and psychic mediums provide insight into the stories as well.
People will spend money for an admission ticket to walk through a haunted house attraction, but would those people embrace the idea of a haunted house if the scary domicile was their own? "My Haunted House" tells of owners who say their homes have ghosts. Interviews with those who have experienced paranormal activity -- coupled with dramatic re-enactments -- bring the spooky stories to life in each of the hourlong episodes, which include two stories of such cohabitation with spirits.
After encountering suspected evidence of the Yeti while trekking the Himalayan peaks many years ago, adventurer Josh Gates returns to the mountain range in search of the truth behind the legend. Is the abominable snowman out there? And if so, what is it? Relying on his wit, instinct, expert negotiation tactics and the latest stealth photo and video gadgets, Gates' high-altitude quest for evidence across the Himalayas takes him from the hidden caves of Nepal's backcountry and the iconic slopes near the Everest base camp to Bhutan's mountainside monasteries and isolated forests. Gates joins renowned researchers, historians, mountaineers and local experts as he investigates Yeti sightings in hopes of finding the mysterious creature.
Jack Maxwell's mission to find the best bars and drinks in the United States.
On Travel Channel's "Famously Afraid," celebrities tell spine-chilling stories about coming face to face with unexplained phenomena. Athletes, actors, journalists and others are interviewed about their personal experiences with haunted houses, alien abductions and demonic possessions. TV judge Howie Mandel ("America's Got Talent") tells the story of how a spirit in his home targeted his daughter. Talk show host Montel Williams ("The Montel Williams Show") describes touring a haunted cruise ship with psychic Sylvia Browne. Actor Steve Guttenberg ("Ballers") reveals how he was tormented by the ghost of an eccentric royal. "For many of these celebrities, it is the first time they are choosing to share their personal accounts with the paranormal," says Matthew Butler, general manager, Travel Channel.Other celebrities include Tori Spelling, Richie Ramone, Carson Kressley, Geraldo Rivera, Ty Pennington, Amber Rose, Angie Everhart, and Daisy Fuentes.
Whether the protagonist is a Batsquatch, Skunk Ape, Mothman or Chupacabra, tales of mysterious creatures and unexplainable phenomena have been passed down generations. "Monsters and Mysteries in America" takes a trip across the U.S. to reveal the most cryptic, frightening and brow-furrowing stories. Each hourlong episode focuses on a specific region and the lore of residents who claim to have encountered legendary monsters, ancient spirits or alien beings. With America's dense forests, desert grasslands, and hundreds of miles of uninhabitable wilderness, could it really house -- or hide -- so many mysterious creatures?
Doctors, nurses and patients give first-hand accounts of encounters with patients who have returned from the dead.
People unknowingly possess objects that hold the key to unlocking hidden pasts and secret histories. These objects can be found in both private collections and museums. They can be found in homes where they take pride of place as beloved keepsakes passed down from one generation to the next. In Travel Channel's "Lost Secrets," historian Justin Jampol journeys around the world to unravel the mysteries of the past hiding within these family relics and museum pieces. Jampol makes a living out of distinguishing trash from treasure. For more than 20 years, he's been scouring the earth and collecting artifacts to bring back to the Wende Museum in Culver City, Calif. In the series, Jampol is presented with newly unearthed objects that propel his investigations into long-lost histories. These items include documents from Nazi commander Heinrich Himmler's archive, an ancient spindle whorl, a war medal, and a mysterious invoice written by abolitionist Harriet Tubman.
Across America there are small towns with tree-lined streets and historic homes surrounded by white picket fences that exude charm and tranquility. Travel Channel's paranormal series "Hometown Horror" explores the dark secrets lurking in the shadows of these sunny bucolic communities, many of which are haunted by centuries-old tragedies, such as bloody battles and deadly train derailments. The series delve into the origins of ghost stories spawned by long-ago murders, homegrown monsters and small-town mayhem, stories that leave lasting stains as well as lingering fears. One episode explores the legend of a deranged butcher known as the Pigman in Angola, N.Y., while another episode shares tales of undead soldiers haunting the site of Kentucky's deadliest Civil War battle. The series shares eyewitness accounts and digs into historical records to find the sources of these stories about ghosts, ghouls and the things that go bump in the night.
Exploring the mysteries that have never been solved and providing a deeper look into the stories and theories that surround them.
Travel Channel adds to its extensive catalog of shows about ghostly occurrences with this series. It's a catch-all for what the network calls "amazing, eye-opening and downright scary" paranormal videos from around the world, all captured by eyewitnesses. In addition, a panel of knowledgeable specialists in the field breaks down the footage and analyzes exactly what was filmed, and the people lucky enough to witness firsthand the strange phenomena offer their accounts. All told, it just might make a believer out of even the biggest skeptics.