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July 28th, 2015

Tuesday

 

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Destination America

Ghost Asylum: The Beginning

9 AM et

Follow the Ghost Asylum team from the beginning.

A team of five ghost hunters bring a uniquely Southern spin to the paranormal as they investigate the case of a family haunted by a spirit for more than a decade.

(Ghostland, Tennessee Pilot)

 

“Waverly Sanatorium”

10 AM et

No other haunted location has seen as many grisly deaths as Waverly Hills Sanatorium, and the boys of TWC can’t wait to investigate it.

Back in its heyday, Waverly Hills was equipped to treat 50 tuberculosis patients at a time but, when Louisville suffered a major outbreak, the hospital overflowed with sickness. Thousands of suffering patients were experimented on and died there.

Now those spirits are trapped within its walls. TWC squares off with a 500-foot body chute, a suicidal nurse, and a dark entity that hunts visitors from the shadows.

 

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11 AM et

TWC travels to North Carolina to explore Old Cannon Memorial.

This asylum and general hospital is terrorizing the community with disturbing reports of the building being able to lure people inside and drive them insane.

 

“Cannon Memorial Hospital”

12 PM et

Vengeance is in the air as The Tennessee Wraith Chasers heads back to handle unfinished business at Cannon Memorial Hospital.

New intel about a forsaken Native American spirit, new gear and an explosive trap have the team set to unlock this bloody hospital’s past.

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Destination America

“Hell House”

1 PM et

When Bonnie and her family buy an old farmhouse in Connecticut, they sense that they’re being watched.

After two of the children are attacked by unseen entities, the family contacts a team of psychic investigators to find out what they’re living with.

 

“Cursed”

2 PM et

Romie feels drawn to the abandoned house in Tucson, AZ that becomes her future home. It’s as if she has been there before or as if she was always meant to be there.

Then, she sees a shadowy spirit pacing in her hallway and is overwhelmed by fear.

 

“Echoes From the Grave”

3 PM et

Ron and Nancy are convinced their new home is too good to be true: the historic Baltimore house is ideally suited to their large family. Only will they be happy?

Objects move by themselves when no one’s looking…but could there be a more serious threat?

 

“Darkness Follows”

4 PM et

When a family moves into a townhouse, they learn the tragedy of its former residents. A mother and her teenage daughter were evicted, prompting the girl to commit suicide.

The new family believes she has returned, and that someone has followed her.

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Science Channel

“Did We Nuke Jupiter?”

7 PM et / 2 AM et

Whether NASA was responsible for a nuclear explosion on Jupiter.

In 1972 a lunar-satellite released by the crew of Apollo 16 crashes into the lunar surface after just 35 days in orbit. Its flight path was calculated to the inch, all systems were functioning normally right up until the moment of impact and the space around the moon is supposedly to be totally empty.

Apollo 12 astronaut Pete Conrad captures a portrait of Alan Bean on the lunar surface. But a mysterious object is caught in the visor’s reflection, which conspiracy theorists view as the light of a studio.

Additionally, the mysterious face on Mars; a strange doughnut-like object on Mars; and potentially unprecendented atmospheric events caused by launch of the Solar Dynamic Observatory.

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Shows not always in order.

See More Listings on the Ghost TV Schedule Page.

Get the Latest Show News on the Ghost TV News Page.

 

 

New This Week

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New Series Project Afterlife

July 22nd, 2015

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“Project Afterlife” Examines Tales of People

Who Have Come Back From the Dead

 

The Six Part Original Series Premieres

Sunday, August 9 at 10/9c on Destination America

 

People who say they have visited the afterlife challenge everything we understand about death. If death is the great equalizer, how and why are some victims able to come back from death while others are not?

In Destination America’s all-new series Project Afterlife, a team of investigators motivated by their own experiences with pulling victims back from the grave – including a paramedic, an ordained minister, a retired state trooper, and an investigative filmmaker – launch an unprecedented quest to unlock the mysteries of resurrection with help from real people who say they have gone through it.

Each episode follows the team as they investigate two stories of the most fascinating contemporary cases of resurrection across America. Survivors were in the prime of their lives when an accident or sudden illness led to their untimely deaths, only to inexplicably return to life.

Through cinematic recreations and first-person interviews with survivors, the series explores the mystery of resurrection while bringing viewers up close and personal to the experience. Hear directly from survivors about the moment they realized they were dead, what – and who – awaited them on the other side, what it felt like to die and come back, and how it changed their lives afterward.

“People have wondered about resurrection for all of mankind, but modern reports in America have our team of investigators looking at it in a whole new light. They’re on a mission to unlock its mysteries with an exploration into more cases than anyone has ever researched before,” said Marc Etkind, general manager of Destination America. “For fans of ghost and mystery programming, Project Afterlife offers a new take on the genre that’s full of curiosity and hope that there is life after life after death.”

The investigation team pours through case files, examines medical records, and visits key locations in each case to better understand these documented experiences by survivors. Interviews with doctors and family who kept vigil bring investigators one step closer to understanding resurrection by revealing key patterns in the surrounding circumstances, such as loved ones always holding the victim’s left hand during prayer.

Ghost Adventures Season 11

July 15th, 2015

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Season 11 Premieres Saturday, August 22

 

Lockdown your Saturdays with the fearless team from Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures,” returning for a spine-chilling new season on Saturday, August 22 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT. Paranormal investigators Zak Bagans and Aaron Goodwin, along with A/V techs Billy Tolley and Jay Wasley, explore America’s most haunted hot spots in pursuit of answers to the ghostly mysteries that lie within.

In each “lockdown” investigation, Bagans and the team use advanced scientific technology to confront the reported paranormal activity and document key evidence. Season 11 is comprised of 11 hour-long episodes and one two-hour special.

“America is rich with haunted history – both iconic and obscure,” said Bagans, host and lead investigator. “The locations we visit this season are intensely haunted. The deeper we investigate and the bolder our measures, the more we learn not just about the afterlife but different events and times in our history. Each place tells a story that is both transfixing and frightening.”

In the season premiere, the team travels to Scotch Grove, Iowa to investigate the 150-year-old Edinburgh Manor.The manor once housed the incurably insane and has documented over 100 deaths within its walls. A menacing dark entity known as “The Joker” terrorizes those who enter, inflicting physical harm.

Inexplicable technical issues plague the team from the start. As they make their way to the basement – the center of the Joker’s attacks – Bagans and Goodwin experience intense uncomfortable feelings, and Bagans decides to leave before the dangerous energy completely overwhelms him. But the investigation takes a frightening physical turn when Tolley makes contact with an active presence.

 

Two Hour Halloween Special

 

In this year’s special two-hour Halloween episode airing on Saturday, October 31 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT, the team embarks on a full-scale investigation of Deadwood, S.D. – a notorious rough-and-tough boomtown full of powerful paranormal activity. Known as one of the deadliest towns in American history, Deadwood is shrouded in violence and betrayal.

In a lockdown like no other, the crew investigates a number of the town’s famed buildings: the Bullock Hotel; Wild Bill Trading Post – reportedly haunted by Wild Bill Hickok; the Fairmont Hotel – formerly the Mansion House brothel; and the Adam House, thought to be the most tragic haunt in town.

 

Season 11 Highlights Include:

 

Castaneda Hotel/Harvey House (Las Vegas, N.M.)

The Castaneda Hotel is one of the famous Harvey Houses built by Fred Harvey in 1898 – and “Ghost Adventures” is the first paranormal group to investigate the property. Harvey was known for his all-inclusive hotels, and the famous “Harvey Girls” who served as staff in all of the Harvey Houses. The team undergoes an active investigation at both the Castaneda and nearby haunted Plaza Hotel.

 

Clown Motel & Goldfield HS. (Tonopah, Nev./Goldfield, Nev.)

The Clown Motel is believed to be haunted by miners who perished in the 1911 Tonopah Belmont mine fire, and are buried in the nearby cemetery. As they investigate the quirky themed motel, Bagans’ fear of clowns is put to the test. Goldfield High School, nestled in a historic ghost town, has been abandoned for 60 years. During their lockdown, Goodwin is physically impacted by a negative presence, while Wasley and Tolley capture several clues.

 

Grand Canyon Caverns (Peach Springs, Ariz.)

Formerly a sacred Indian burial site, the famous Grand Canyon Caverns were first discovered in 1927 – with a number of bodies entombed by the local Hualapai Tribe. During their investigation, the team dodges mysterious rocks throughout the night and Bagans has an eerie, one-on-one encounter.

 

Haunted Hollywood (Hollywood, Calif.)

The team heads to Hollywood, Calif., to explore the darker side of this legendary city. Griffith Park, the famous Hollywood sign and the Hollywood American Legion Post 43 are reportedly haunted by a few well-known names. During their investigation, the guys encounter mysterious dark energies and unexplained phenomena.

 

Manresa Castle (Port Townsend, Wash.)

Built by the town’s first mayor, Manresa Castle has become a magnet for paranormal activity. Now a hotel and inn, the spirits here acknowledge the living. With a history of suicides and a mysterious child’s casket discovered in the family tomb, paranormal activity is at times violent. The guys begin an extremely intense lockdown, with Goodwin as the focus of the activity.

 

Old Lincoln County Hospital (Fayetteville, Tenn.)

The abandoned Lincoln County Hospital is a massive, crumbling wreck of mold, mildew and ghosts. During their investigation, the entire team becomes increasingly affected by the intense emotions – and entities – within the building. While a menacing energy terrifies Goodwin, Bagans has an unsettling experience in a former hospital room.

 

Old Montana State Prison (Deer Lodge, Mont.)

The Old Montana State Prison housed many dangerous prisoners during its 108 years as an operational prison, and was the site of a deadly prison riot in 1958. Hangings were routinely carried out on the prison grounds. At one point a mobile version of the gallows, now located on site, was responsible for all of the hangings performed in Montana. As the team investigates, they experience an abundance of mysterious occurrences and capture significant evidence.

I Was Possessed

July 5th, 2015

I Was Possessed

 

New Series “I Was Possessed”

Premieres Saturday, July 11 at 10/9c on LMN

 
“I Was Possessed” chronicles present day demonic possession and exorcism first hand.
 
Using video and audio captured during the actual exorcism, each hour long episode tells two separate stories of everyday people who experienced demonic possession.

Through first person accounts and recreations, we’re told the back stories of these terrifying experiences, each experience is retold through the stages of possession: Infestation, Oppression and full Possession. With the use of REAL footage and audio, the viewer will be immersed in the incredible experience of exorcism.

Finding Bigfoot Explores The Amazon

May 8th, 2015

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Animal Planet

Finding Bigfoot Premieres

Sunday, May 31 at 9 PM et

 

For six seasons of Finding Bigfoot, four fearless explorers have covered thousands of miles of uncharted territory in 38 states and eight countries on a mission to locate elusive sasquatches.

On, Sunday, May 31, at 9 PM, the unstoppable quartet head to South America for the first time with the hope of finally tracking down one of the most unique creatures of the world.

In the two-hour premiere episode, Bigfoot Field Research Organization (BFRO) president Matt Moneymaker, researchers James “Bobo” Fay and Cliff Barackman and field biologist Ranae Holland are in the heart of the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil to try and come face to face with a mapinguari, Brazil’s bigfoot-like legend.

To locate the mysterious creature, the team travels hundreds of miles up the Rio Negro and through the perilous jungle while simultaneously warding off deadly snakes and jaguars in the darkest hours of night. The team is confident its signature North American bigfoot calls can lead to a sighting of Brazil’s beast.

Also in the new season, the Finding Bigfoot splits up to settle a debate about which country is more ‘squatchy.’ Cliff and Matt argue that Canada has the best potential for sighting bigfoots, while ardent patriots Bobo and Ranae assert that America is the ultimate home for bigfoots.

In the new season, the team explores the following locations:

· Florida: This is the third time the BFRO has been to the Sunshine State to find bigfoot because previous trips have uncovered some of the most definitive evidence of bigfoot’s existence. Now, the team hopes they actually may find the beast.

· New York: Many consider White Hall the bigfoot capital of the East Coast, so it’s not too surprising that the town boasts a law banning the killing of sasquatches.

· Maine: For the first time, the investigators head to the heavily forested Pine Tree State. Here, a visit to the International Cryptozoology Museum is just the start of a very ‘squatchy’ experience.

· Texas: The team has ‘squatched’ in Texas before, but this time, it is heading to the infamous, eerie Caddo Lake, which is where numerous horror films including the bigfoot-themed Creature from the Black Lake was filmed. The team investigates whether there is more in this town than just Hollywood magic.