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In August 2017, writer and cartoonist Adam Ellis tweets, "My apartment is currently being haunted by the ghost of a dead child and he's trying to kill me." He documents his haunting on social media under the hashtag #DearDavid, and the ghost story goes viral, as millions of people follow Ellis' frightening experiences, yearning for answers about the little boy with an indentation on his head. In Travel Channel's series, "Trending Fear," Ellis teams up with researcher Jen Lewis and ghost hunter Paul Bradford to help other people take back their lives after nightmarish encounters with the paranormal. Not only will the group use traditional methods, it will also use social media to crowdsource the stories, theories and evidence surrounding each case. "Adam's extraordinary personal experience and harrowing tale that went viral in `Dear David' makes him uniquely positioned to help those grappling with paranormal fear," says Matthew Butler, general manager, Travel Channel.

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Tejas Chocolate & Barbeque occupies the oldest structure in historic Tomball, Texas, and the building is overrun with suspected paranormal activity; after a series of terror-filled incidents, the team strives to get to the heart of the mystery.
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In Massachusetts, the team pays a visit to a historic theater because one of its volunteers has had two dozen encounters with a dark entity and now refuses to step foot in its basement.
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Adam, Jen and Paul receive a tweet from Summer Morgan who fears her deceased grandmother is haunting her and because Summer's late grandmother lived in New Orleans and believed in voodoo, the trio investigates to see if voodoo is behind the haunting.
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Adam, Paul and Jen investigate a home in one of New Jersey's most haunted towns; the team brings in a seventh-generation shaman after their research reveals the property may be on an ancient burial ground.
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In Mineola, Texas, Adam, Paul and Jen take on their most extreme haunting yet at a home and carriage house; ultimately, they call in a demonologist and world-renowned psychics to help address the paranormal infestation.
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Aaron Miller records ghostly voices in the desert near Tucson, Ariz.; the team commences an investigation and uncovers evidence of a serial killer who dumped bodies on the land where Aaron's house sits.

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