Travel Channel is preparing Weekends to Die For, but to kick them off, the weekends of chills is augmented with all new episodes on Fridays of “Ghost Adventures” at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT and new original detective vs. psychic series “The Dead Files” at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT.
Travel Channel’s regular Friday “fright night” staples welcomes all new episodes of “Ghost Adventures” featuring paranormal investigators Zak Bagans and Nick Groff, along with equipment technician, Aaron Goodwin, who continue to reveal the dark and haunted places across the nation. This October the trio take their ghost tracking abilities to the next level by investigating the haunts at Casa De Estudillo in San Diego, Calif., one of the oldest and most historic buildings in Old Town, built in 1827; Lizzie Borden House in Fall River, Mass., where the guys investigate a spinster who allegedly killed her father and stepmother with a hatchet; and Letchworth Village in Haverstraw, N.Y., an abandoned mental institution reportedly still housing former patients. “Ghost Adventures” is produced by MY Tupelo Entertainment for Travel Channel. For MY Tupelo Entertainment the executive producers are Michael Yudin and Joe Townley. The executive producer for Travel Channel is Daniel A. Schwartz.
To double the Friday fun, viewers continue their night of fright with all new episodes of “The Dead Files.” During each episode, Amy Allan, a gifted psychic communicator, and Steve DiSchiavi, hard-nosed detective, conduct investigations at a crime scene on their own and only join together at the end to compare notes and discover some shocking results. Throughout October, Amy and Steve travel throughout the country visiting locations with unexplained sightings. They examine a home with terrifying claims of phantoms in Acampo, Calif.; a house filled with dolls that may be vessels for the dead in Camerton, N.C.; a historic home in New Orleans, where a family is tortured by unexplained visions and bizarre occurrences; and a hotel where owners and guests have been tormented by terrifying visions in Ybor City, Fla. “The Dead Files” is produced by Painless Productions for Travel Channel. For Painless
the executive producer is Jim Casey, and the co-executive producers are John C. Fitzergald and Ross Kaiman. The executive producer for Travel Channel is David E. Gerber.
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