Saturday, January 21, 2017 10:33

“When Ghosts Attack” Series Premiere


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Premieres Sunday, October 20 at 10 PM


Destination America’s all-new series flickers to life just in time for Halloween season to expose what happens when an unseen, evil entity not only reveals itself to the living but strikes with terrifying force.

In the eight-episode first season of WHEN GHOSTS ATTACK, travel to the dark side of the paranormal world, where poltergeist activity – like objects moving on their own – is child’s play compared to the torment of a malevolent demon.

Told from the first-person perspective of the victims and their loved ones, each episode uncovers multiple ghostly attacks.

Hear first-hand what went through the victim’s mind as their experience escalated from threatening whispers and dark omens to scratches, shoves, and the anguish of having to live alongside their invisible enemy.

WHEN GHOSTS ATTACK premieres October 20 at 10 PM E/P, following the season finale of A HAUNTING at 9 PM E/P.

“You might think you know the makings of a scary story – rattling chains and bumps in the night – but these aren’t your average campfire tales,” said Marc Etkind, general manager of Destination America.

“WHEN GHOSTS ATTACK is like nothing you’ve ever seen, revealing shocking evidence and first-person testimony that ghosts don’t just go ‘boo!’ but can actually break the bounds of the spirit world to make violent physical contact with the living.”




3 Responses to ““When Ghosts Attack” Series Premiere”

  1. mrybrrymn says:

    Can’t wait to see the family I helped in Maryland. That was a intense case.

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  3. Dez Crawford says:

    Just saw the episode with Keith Dovichi in Pioneer CA. Can’t find a phone number for him. Could the blog manager please leave a message for him? The show ended stating that he was still having some paranormal activity but nothing dangerous. He should, on a monthly basis, leave a symbolic gift offering in a designated altar-like spot on the property: set up a flat rock, a smooth stump, or some other natural, flat thing. This is best to do on or close to a new moon, for protection throughout the month. Face East, light a small white votive candle inside a mason jar (for fire safety), and place it on the altar. There should also be a small wooden or ceramic bowl placed on the altar. He should next ask out loud for the Great Chief associated with that land that he would be honored if the Great Chief were to be present, and to thank the Great Chief for leaving his family in peace, in words of his choosing. In conclusion, say something like, “in thanks for your protection, I leave you this gift of honor.” He should do this once a month. The gift should be sea salt, loose tobacco, a handful of colorful glass beads (not plastic, you can get glass beads at any craft store or Walmart for about $3.00), a beautiful, colorful stone like a quartz crystal or rose quartz from a new age store (again, only a few dollars), a small, or a small, decorative metal object. Even a small knife would be nice. These are all things which would have been a gift of respect to any Native person. Burn some sage and waft it in the four directions, clockwise — east, south, west and finally north. Snuff out the sage and leave it in the bowl with the gift. He may be surprised the find the gift taken either by wildlife, the wind or the spirit of the chief. Anything remaining in the bowl should be scattered or buried at the end of the month, and the bowl cleaned before the next ceremony. This takes only 15 minutes and it helps appease restless Native Spirits. You may give him my email if he has questions. if other family members live there, it is best if everyone present participates, each giving thanks in their own words. In this way you can turn someone who is disgruntled at your presence into someone you ask for protection. This is an honor to the spirit, especially that of a warrior — we are sorry that we did not ask permission before we moved on your land, we are happy that you accepted our apology and we ask for your protection over our family as the Cheiftan of this land.” Respect goes a long way with native Spirits.

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