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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.
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.
In one of the most popular series in Travel Channel's history, actor Casey Webb -- assuming the mantle from original host Adam Richman -- travels across America to sample some iconic regional dishes and take on some daunting food challenges, such as attacking a pitcher-sized bloody mary garnished with a whole fried chicken, tucking into a four-and-a-half-pound Reuben sandwich, and a choice between taking on a 151-ounce milkshake, an eight-pound sloppy joe or eating six habanero ghost chili wings. Talk about the big, the bad or the burn!
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.
As the host of numerous Travel Channel docuseries aimed at exposing truths lying beneath the surface, Don Wildman has ventured deep into the vaults of America's most revered institutions and unearthed wondrous treasures from the past. In "Beyond the Unknown," Wildman's adventures continue, as he seeks to answer history's biggest questions and explores the most astonishing and explainable events in recorded time. Each story features interviews, archival footage and stylized reenactments.
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.
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.
Helping both the living and the dead is what a team of paranormal experts undertakes in this series. The team focuses on "ghost loops" -- when paranormal entities terrorize the living through endless and repetitive supernatural cycles, manifesting again and again in the same location. The spirit hunters first examine and research a client's property and history and perform a preliminary paranormal investigation. With their facts and findings in hand, they formulate a plan they believe will help stop the haunting.
"The Alaska Triangle" is a Travel Channel series that explores an area in Alaska known for unusual activity, including mysterious disappearances, sightings of strange creatures, lights in the sky, and encounters with ghosts. Some experts speculate that ley lines or electromagnetic anomalies may be causing these bizarre occurrences within the Triangle. The paranormal series investigates enduring mysteries, such as the disappearance of the Douglas C-54 Skymaster in 1950. The Douglas vanished en route from Alaska to Montana, with 44 people aboard, and no trace of the aircraft, its crew or its passengers has ever been found. Another mystery involves a Bigfoot creature that is rumored to have caused a once thriving coastal town to become deserted. In another episode, an eyewitness shares startling video evidence of extraterrestrial activity in Fairbanks, Alaska, while a UFO hunter flies over Alaska's highest mountain in search of a secret underground alien base.
There is, of course, much more to a vacation experience than hotels, sightseeing and souvenirs. For a look at what is literally on the menu, Travel Channel takes a tour of the must-see eateries across the country where a one-of-a-kind dining experience can be had. There are places that serve lip-smacking pizza, tasty deli entrees, boatloads of bacon, fresh seafood, finger-licking deep-fried dishes, juicy steaks, hot-and-spicy favorites -- the list that can whet anyone's appetite goes on and on. Each episode focuses on a specific type of food, and there's even episodic room reserved for desserts, such as ice cream and pie.
Twin sisters Leslie Davis and Lyndsay Lamb have a knack for helping desperate homeowners sell their lifeless homes; the sisters make necessary, impactful renovations that convert unlovable houses into diamonds in the rough.
Hidden away in the dark shadows of America's history are tales so terrifying, they must be true. Veteran actor and legendary horror movie icon Robert Englund scours news reports of yesteryear to bring viewers twisted tales ripped straight from the headlines. Weaving together a trilogy of spine-tingling tales, guided by newspaper accounts and layered with commentary from historians and experts prove that truth is always stranger than fiction.
Paranormal investigator Steve Shippy visits Midwestern towns that have been traumatized for generations by poltergeists, causing ripples of fear.
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.
Jack Maxwell's mission to find the best bars and drinks in the United States.
A desire to discover the great outdoors turns into anything but great for the people profiled in this docudrama. From gator hunting in Louisiana's bayou and ice fishing in Illinois to deer hunts in Montana, the stories reveal actual wilderness adventures cut short by shocking encounters with ghosts, monsters, or other unexplained phenomena. Interviews with those involved combine with cinematic re-enactments to bring to life the experiences of hunters becoming the hunted. Do they panic and make a run for it, or do they hide inside a cabin and hope for the best?
People recount their paranormal experiences.
Police officers, paramedics and other first responders reveal their true-life encounters with the paranormal while on duty.
From the famed Ripley's Warehouse in Orlando, Fla., Bruce Campbell hosts Travel Channel's reboot of the iconic series, "Ripley's Believe It or Not!" One hundred years ago, amateur anthropologist Robert Ripley created a newspaper panel featuring exotic sites, awe-inspiring talents and astonishing artifacts. Later, the popular feature was adapted for radio and television. Now, Cambell introduces a new generation to these one-of-a-kind stories, saying, " Fans are not going to be disappointed when they see the scope of wonderful and weird stories we reveal every week."
Families tormented by unusual activity in their homes -- with the added stress that the spirits may be their own late family members -- turn to two of America's leading paranormal investigators for help. Hesitant to leave their properties but seemingly out of all other options, the scared families meet with Amy Bruni and Adam Berry, and each episode of "Kindred Spirits" follows the fearless duo as they gather evidence, guide the spirits into the light, and restore peace to the home. Bruni and Berry got their start on Syfy's groundbreaking series "Ghost Hunters," which defined a new genre in supernatural storytelling on television.
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.