Thursday, April 24, 2014 15:58

New Series “Deep South Paranormal”

Premieres Wednesday, April 10 at 10 PM (ET/PT)

 

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The quest for proof of the paranormal goes deeper than ever – Deep South that is – and in Syfy’s all-new original series Deep South Paranormal, it takes a colorful team of local pros to investigate these restless southern souls.

The 6-episode series produced by BASE Productions premieres Wednesday, April 10 at 10 PM (ET/PT).

Deep South Paranormal Research is a bayou-based team on a mission.

Steeped in the rich history of their homeland, they want to unlock the mysteries that have baffled Southerners for years.

They are a homegrown blend of Cajun, Creole and self-proclaimed rednecks who share a passion for this part of the country and the paranormal events that take place there.

They take on anything from swamp apparitions to haunted plantation houses and Southern voodoo legends.

The fun-loving charm of these larger-than-life characters becomes deadly serious when it comes to their investigations, which deal not only with the hazards of paranormal phenomenon, but with physical dangers like gators, snakes, spiders, wild hogs, and mosquitos.

Investigations this season include Alabama’s Bear Creek Swamp, the Old Cahawba ghost town, Florida’s Manntown Cemetery and the Mont Helena Plantation in the Mississippi Delta, to name just a few.

 

 

4 Responses to “New Series “Deep South Paranormal””

  1. Anonymous says:

    Really…..SyFy is starting to turn into TruTV.

  2. Tim says:

    Yes!!!! About time we get the South involved in these ghost shows! I can’t wait!!!

  3. Jon says:

    I like the show. It’s a little quirky but at least it’s entertaining. I’m so tired of the same old Robot acting showing that are on now. Keep up the good work guys!

  4. Bob says:

    I’ve lived all my life in the South. I don’t believe in ghosts, but I keep an open mind.

    There are many southern ghost stories. Some are folk stories that have virtually the same plot with just the city/road/bridge changed. Some stories like the Maco Light and Brown Mountain Lights are a bit more credible, because people have seen these lights over the past hundred years. The Maco Light is based partly on fact and partly on fiction.

    Then there are ghost stories told by friends and family who are very sincere about things unexplained that they have experienced. Deep South Paranormal investigated those types of stories and told those stories very well. That ability to tell a story so well set DSP apart from other ghost shows past and present.

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