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Jack and Dana travel to Manchac, Louisiana to investigate the Manchac Swamp which is haunted by the "Woman in White", believed to be voodoo witch Julia Brown who just before she died sang a song of death causing a hurricane to wipe out the town and it's townspeople in 1915.
Next, Jael and Devin head to Mc Arthur, Ohio to capture evidence of the ghosts of train engineer Frank Lawhead who died in a train collision in 1880 and town bully Baldy Keaten who are both haunting an abandoned train tunnel in the destroyed town of Moonville.
Next, Jack and Dana investigate the old silver ore mining town of Tonopah, Nevada and home of the Tonopah Mine which suffered a major fire named the Bellmont Fire in 1911 and is haunted by the ghost of miners and the ghost of a murderous prostitute called, "Bloody Babs".
Jael and Devin travel to Lexington, South Carolina to track down a supposed snake-like "lake monster" that's said to inhabit Lake Murray since it was first spotted in 1933 by some fisherman while fishing near Dreher Island.
Jael and Devin go hunting for the "Swamp Woman" of Cotile Lake in Alexandria, Louisiana, an alleged victim of a massacre whose screams are said to be heard in swamp.
In the next part, they head to Coloma, California to investigate paranormal activity in the 250-year-old pioneer cemetery.
On the 5th episode of the series, Osbourne announced that he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) and temporarily stepped down as host of the series.
The following footage was shot entirely by investigators. Meanwhile, near Vergas, Minnesota, Jael and Devin investigate sightings of an 8-foot tall, 300-pound hairy man said to be lurking in the nearby forests.
Later, they travel to Ennis, Montana to track down a Native American prairie monster called the Shunka Warakin (meaning "carries off dogs"), a canine creature that mutilates livestock in Beaverhead National Forest.
In the second season premiere, Jack and Dana team up with Jael and Devin to investigate poltergeist activity at Fort Jefferson, a ruined Civil War stronghold used by the Union Army as a prison on a small island in the Dry Tortugas 80 miles off of the Florida coast that's a day-long boat ride to get there. Samuel Mudd who's cell is said to be the cause of most of the physical attack hauntings.
Jael and Devin travel to Elkhorn, Wisconsin to gather evidence on alleged sightings of the "Beast of Bray Road", said to be a 6-8 foot tall werewolf-like creature that was first reported in 1936.
Their search continues in Kettle Moraine State Forest where they follow a deer trail to track the foul-smelling beast.
Meanwhile, Jack and Dana head to Donner Memorial Park in Truckee, California to investigate hauntings that are connected to the infamous Donner Party, one family out of 90 stranded settlers that had to resort to cannibalism in the snow-covered Sierra Mountains in 1846.