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Paranormal investigator Dave Schrader, psychic medium Cindy Kaza, equipment expert Shane Pittman and researcher Gabe Roth investigate terrifyingly true hauntings from the recently discovered case files of America's first ghost hunter, Dr. Hans Holzer. Recognized as the "father of the paranormal," Holzer's four-decades-long exploration into disturbing hauntings like the Amityville Horror house spawned legions of supernatural enthusiasts, more than 120 books and even inspired Dan Aykroyd to write Ghostbusters. For the first time ever, Holzer's daughter, Alexandra Holzer, reopens her father's most captivating case files -- along with thousands of his documents, letters, photographs and hours of chilling audio-visual recordings from as early as the 1950s. Equipped with this treasure trove of paranormal knowledge and state-of-the-art technology, the team compares their findings with Holzer's to see if their modern research sheds new light on these half-century-old investigations.
The team reopens legendary ghost hunter Hans Holzer's 50-year-old case of rampant paranormal activity at one of the oldest houses in Rye, New York. They aim to find out if the terrifying and tortured souls have finally moved on -- or simply moved. (Listed as S01E01)
Perched atop one of Manhattan's highest points, the Morris-Jumel Mansion is the oldest home in New York City and served as a headquarters for George Washington during the Revolutionary War. When Hans Holzer investigated it in 1964, terrified employees encountered apparitions of the home's past occupants roaming the property and heard whispering in the empty halls. Though Holzer and psychic medium Ethel Meyers were able to communicate with Stephen Jumel and help his restless spirit move on, Jumel's wife, Eliza, refused to leave and has remained a haunting presence in the home to this day. In recent years, a darker entity has emerged that has concerned employees reaching out for help. The team has reopened Holzer's files for the first time since his visit over 50 years ago and will investigate the property to determine if this dark presence is indeed Eliza Jumel, or if something more menacing now resides in the historic home. (Listed as S01E06)
After Hans Holzer was called in to investigate claims of paranormal activity at a historic San Diego home in 1961, it gained widespread notoriety as the most haunted house in America. Visitors to the Whaley House began reporting frightening encounters with the site's past occupants – ghostly apparitions walking the halls, disembodied voices and a dark presence lurking in the home. Holzer investigated these assertions with psychic medium Sybil Leek, recording contact with both the Whaley family and a 19th century thief reportedly hanged on the site of the home before it was built. Yet Holzer always felt there was more to reveal – a darker, more powerful entity. Now, the team will conduct an all-new investigation in an attempt to capture more undeniable evidence of Holzer's original findings. They soon find a dark presence may be dangerously influencing the living and trying to fulfill a centuries-old vendetta. (Listed as S01E05)
The team reopens one of Hans Holzer's most tragic cases, revealing poltergeist activity he saw 50 years ago in Tyler, Texas, is disturbingly similar to unexplained activity terrorizing a family today. (Listed as S01E07)
The team reopens Hans Holzer's investigation into a Revolutionary War-era warship in Baltimore Harbor. They discover the spirits of the ship's deep, dark past may still be manning their positions on a postmortem mission. (Listed as S01E08)
The team continues the work of legendary ghost hunter Hans Holzer as they explore a lavish mansion in Paterson, New Jersey. They discover a local woman's enigmatic nightmares may have a supernatural source in the dwelling's dark history
The team revives Hans Holzer's investigation of the Ocean-Born Mary House in Henniker, New Hampshire. They traverse multiple states and boldly wade into the dark waters of New England folklore in search of the elusive truth behind the mysterious haunting.
The team relaunches a case that eluded Hans Holzer his whole life: the Howard-Dickinson House in Henderson, Texas. Their investigation reveals that local lore about the historic home may contain a dark family secret.
When Hans Holzer visited the Ayers-Allen House in Metuchen, New Jersey, in 1960, he found entities dating back to colonial times. Now his case file is reopened, and the team discovers the spirits there may have a more ominous origin.
The team reopens Hans Holzer's unsettling investigation of the infamous Barnstable House in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. They discover the tragic spirits from the property's past may still be seeking a horrific reckoning with the living.
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