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The Tennessee Wraith Chasers (TWC) is a serious team of paranormal investigators that doesn’t take itself too seriously. Each investigation is packed full of Southern charm and wit, but when it comes down to business, TWC doesn’t mess around. TWC’s motto is respect, detect, collect, meaning they rely on a unique combination of scientific method and spiritual faith to navigate investigations. Growing up in a historic, and some say haunted, area of Tennessee has given the team an authentic desire to make sense of the mysterious things they’ve experienced through paranormal research. They take great pride in establishing trusted relationships with witnesses and call on the strengths of each team member to leave no stone unturned. The Wraith Chasers made their television debut as the stars of Destination America’s fan-favorite series “Ghost Asylum,” in which they investigated America’s most frightening asylums, sanitariums, penitentiaries and haunted hotspots.

In Travel Channel’s new series “Haunted Live,” ghost lovers are invited to join a live interactive paranormal investigation alongside the Tennessee Wraith Chasers. Each week, the team will investigate a different haunted location, where viewers can participate in the action and drive the course of the show in real time through Travel Channel’s digital and social media platforms.

CHRIS SMITH

Founder, tennessee wraith chasers.

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Chris became fascinated with hauntings at a young age after a frightening supernatural encounter. While in his grandfather’s barn, he came face to face with a “shadow person,” a shadow-like humanoid figure also known in some cultures as “wraiths” that are usually seen in peripheral vision. Since then, Chris has devoted his life to investigating paranormal activity and later won a spot on SyFy’s Ghost Hunters Academy to train under Steve Gonsalves and Dave Tango of “Ghost Hunters.” After returning home, Chris founded the Tennessee Wraith Chasers ghost-hunting team to investigate paranormal mysteries. Though a skeptic by nature, he’s receptive to the idea that spirits are among us but seeks hard evidence to prove it. Chris is a native of Gallatin, Tenn., where he was raised in a strict missionary Baptist household.

STEVEN “DOOGIE” MCDOUGAL

Co-founder, tennessee wraith chasers.

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Doogie’s interest in the paranormal began at a young age during his upbringing in a historic, and some say haunted, area of Tennessee. He has believed for many years that the house he shares with his wife and son is haunted. Living in a home with paranormal activity influenced him to study and investigate unexplained phenomenon in the surrounding area. As an investigator, he hopes to help other people like him who have experienced something they can’t explain. Doogie is well known for his comical personality and high energy approach to paranormal investigation. As owner/co-founder of Tennessee Wraith Chasers, Doogie implements his uncanny people skills to put clients at ease. His number-one desire is to find hard evidence and reveal the truth behind the unexplained, whether or not it’s supernatural, to calm the fears of others and strengthen his knowledge in the field.

SCOTT PORTER

Historian, tennessee wraith chasers.

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Porter became fascinated by the paranormal after experiencing something completely unexplainable during his college years. One morning, he awoke to the smell of breakfast filling his family’s house. He saw who he thought was his mother in a pink robe cooking at the stove. He left the room to clean up before grabbing a plate only to return and find the kitchen empty. Porter then realized that his entire family had left earlier that morning to run errands and his mother doesn’t own a pink robe. Ever since, Porter believes that he undoubtedly experienced a paranormal event. He now studies other strange occurrences like his and looks to historical record and the Bible for answers. He hopes to help others who have had paranormal experiences by finding evidence that will substantiate what they have experienced, be it natural or supernatural. Porter brings an analytical mind to the team and quite often plays the devil's advocate when studying evidence.

BRANNON SMITH

Engineer, tennessee wraith chasers.

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Brannon is the younger brother of Chris and an aspiring physicist. Like Chris, Brannon was raised in a strict missionary Baptist upbringing and is a skeptic of the paranormal. A student of physics and engineering, Brannon approaches each investigation like an experiment with a hypothesis that needs proving. He looks for logical explanations for what might seem like a haunting and tries to label them using theoretical physics. Only after exploring every possibly scientific avenue will Brannon entertain the idea that something could be paranormal. To help collect evidence, he often challenges supernatural entities head-on to provoke a response and gather data using ghost-hunting gadgets.

MIKE GONCALVES

Tech guru, tennessee wraith chasers.

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Mike, a musician, songwriter and producer, got his first taste of the paranormal working in the shadows of the show “Ghost Asylum ,” and on several occasions experienced his own paranormal events while trudging through the darkness of America's most haunted locations. Mike has spent 15 years in the music industry touring the world and sharing the stage with some of rock’s most notable icons. It was his countless hours spent in recording studios with state-of-the-art technology that made him curious to see if this advanced audio visual equipment would help uncover evidence that the typical paranormal investigator was missing. As a Wraith Chaser, Mike brings his production expertise to the team, lending aid in the quest to uncover the unknown bumps in the night. Mike is a family man, animal lover and follower of Christ along with his fellow Wraith brothers. His charm and witty personality make him the most likely jokester of the team. But don’t let his wit fool you; Mike couldn’t be more serious when it comes to his investigation of the afterlife.

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Interview: The Ghost Asylum Cast Shares What It’s Like To Be a Ghost Hunter

Whether you believe in ghosts or not, visiting abandoned insane asylums in still freaky. To get you in the Halloween mood, we’ve interviewed the cast of GHOST ASYLUM. See how the show got it’s start and what it’s like being a ghost hunter.

GHOST ASYLUM hunts lethal stories; clinics where murdered nurses still roam the halls, hospitals that drive anyone who enters to utter insanity and rehabilitation centers with earth shattering cries coming from the windows. Catch Ghost Asylum on Destination America.

How did the show Ghost Asylum come about?

DOOGIE: Well, we had done a few things on TV for other productions but nothing that we could call our own rendition of The Wraith Chasers. One day we received a call from Tremendous Entertainment and they asked us if we had ever done our own unscripted TV show? We told them “NO” but that would be great if we could show the world how we roll in this paranormal field down here in TN! Destination America decided to grab up the show and let us roll on with the plan that had been in place for over a year, to show America how the TN Wraith Chasers do things. The Destination America Crew has been great! They picked up 6 episodes, that have broken records on the network and on social media and we are excited for the next season. That is a short version of how Wraith Nation and Ghost Asylum was born.

How did you get involved in the ghost hunting business?

DOOGIE: I was raised up in a part of TN that had a lot of rich history with deaths involving the Civil-War. My family owns an old Civil- War Fort that had soldiers manned at that location for many years to watch the old rail-way. My grandparents built on this ground and raised our whole family there. Many years down the road my grandfather passed, leaving my grandmother all-by-herself in the old home. She told the family some chilling stories about things that started going on in the house after my grandfather’s passing. Most of the family thought that she was getting scared staying at home alone all the time. That is to be expected in this case but her stories really caught my attention for some reason. I did not judge, I just listened to her and the stories she was telling. My grandmother was a God fearing women and did not believe in Hog wash stories or ghost for that matter. She later got sick and had to go to a nursing home for her last days, God rest her soul, but I took the time to investigate here claims and she was telling the truth. I experienced the voices and shadow people she had talked about and it was downright heart breaking to know she laid there every night scared to death with no one to help or say” don’t be scared, I’m here”. I have made it my life mission to understand what she was seeing and to bring as much information to the table that I can find! This will hopefully let her know I believed her and now I’m finding the answers that she probably already knows as she is with the Master of all Masters!

What is a ghost hunter?

DOOGIE: I don’t think you can really define “Ghost Hunter”. We don’t really know what we are hunting and for that matter, we may be the hunted. I don’t think you just fall into this field, it is something that has to have a close meaning to you like an experience you just can’t explain with a logical or scientific method. I do think however, if you are going to be a “Ghost Hunter” you should be passionate about what you do, respectful and please have God on your side or whatever you look to as your source of protection. Go outside your paranormal guideline instruction booklet and use your mind to find new answers not the same ol’ stuff we have heard for years.

In the show, you visit abandoned asylums, hospitals and mental institutions. What was the scariest place you visited?

CHRIS: That’s a tough question seeing we visited 6 of creepiest locations we’ve ever been. They all had a certain and diverse feeling. St Vincent’s Mental Home in Oklahoma feels as if though a thousand eyes are watching you from every dark corner of that building. You can feel the shame and anger in the air of that place. Although they all had an effect on us as a team, I’d definitely have to say that Cannon Memorial Hospital in North Carolina was the scariest. That place is not only active with spirits, but spirits who want to interact with you in a negative way. That’s something we’ve experienced before but never to that magnitude. It caught us off guard and that’s hard to do.

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I’ve read that you use “traps” to capture these spirits. Can you explain how this works?

CHRIS: Well, we call them “traps” but they are really more like transportation devices. If you believe in the ability to capture energy then you should entertain the idea of capturing a ghost. According to research that started way before our time, theoretically speaking, ghosts are made up of energy. The reason we believe that is because we use various devices that discover fluctuations in energy. When we get responses with those instruments from attempts at communication after debunking all other natural causes, we know that there is something intelligent enough to manipulate the energy in the surrounding atmosphere. What that energy is we have not a clue, we just know something is there. Now taking that into consideration, we build containment devices known to store or “trap” energy. That’s the science bit, which is not my department but the other bit is finding a way to attract these said entities to that containment device. For that, we use various methods. Some are quite taboo but let’s face it, we’re trying to catch a ghost, we’ve already past that threshold. So why not try the insane and go where others haven’t. Who knows, it might just work.

Did anything shock you during this season?

CHRIS: I’d say I was shocked in many different ways. When we went to Old War Memorial in KY we build a trap with a battery capacitor that basically charged on its own without any outside physical influence. That tells me that some type of energy caused that. To be honest, I have a healthy skepticism when it comes to these traps but that one for whatever reason seemed to work. I was also shocked by the response to the lasers Brannon and Chasey Ray outfitted to locate shadow figures in Mississippi. When we broke those lasers out, our meters were off the charts. My brother shocked me, who I haven’t seen angry since we were kids and I body slammed him horsing around get so pissed he almost killed our executive producer. He had a really bad day and I believe that place just fed off of that and got to him. I was worried in a sense about him but I also know that everyone has they’re breaking point. His is very hard to reach but that night just happen to be the night. Guess it was magic hour.

Why do they call you “the inventor”?

BRANNON: They call me the inventor because I am the one that comes up with the experimental ideas that we do for the team, traps, detection ideas. I’m pretty interested in making new things that no one has made before and testing my abilities. I’m looking forward to next season, I want to make something where we can see these paranormal entities easier.

http://snagplayer.video.dp.discovery.com/881197/snag-it-player.htm?auto=no What do you say to critics, that doubt the existence of dark spirits?

PORTER: There are many things in this world that have a negative effect on us both physically and spiritually. By definition, paranormal is the normal just not yet understood and 99% of what we encounter that appears unworldly actually falls within that category. There is that 1% however that everyone desires to see and experience…call it curiosity, unfaithfulness or whatever. The fact remains that we are a society of “show me the proof” and that’s just what TWC wants to accomplish. Most people have a story that they can’t explain and we want to provide you with physical proof, in today’s sense of the term, of the existence of a world greater than ours. So, to circle back on the existence of dark spirits, we find that in many religious text there was a great battle between Good (God) and Evil (Lucifer). Evil was defeated and cast out of heaven and into a lake of fire (Hell), but was also allowed to interact with mankind on Earth (influence and deceive or turn away from God’s plan). So to a critic…I would propose some statement similar to the following; You must have faith in the things you cannot see…and respect them for what they are…just as you respect the knowledge that is used to offer healing help when you visit your family doctor. You can’t see his or her knowledge but you have faith that it will allow that physician to deliver you some healing advice. Evil lurks all around us and is always seeking a weak entry point. To deny the existence of such forces in this world and not respect their existence is to provide them with the access needed to influence your actions which is the success they need to flourish.

What is the end result of visiting these locations? Are you trying to rid these locations of ghosts?

PORTER: I personally don’t believe that we will ever have absolute success in capturing and containing a spirit. I’m willing to put the concepts and ideas that have existed for eons to the test and document our finding but remain a skeptic as to the actual ability to contain was we consider a spirit. Now, on the other hand there are free roaming energies that move about us every day and to capture and contain some form of energy I believe is possible due to the simplest of facts that we, as a modern society, do this daily with the common battery. So, in essence, could we rid a location of a ghost? Maybe, if we can rid a location of a specific free roaming energy that appears to be supernatural. Will we capture Grandma or ZOZO…I don’t think so, but who knows.

What’s your Male Standard?

PORTER: Respect, Detect and Collect. Respect the environment you are investigating, the clients connected to the environment and the possible entities inhabiting the environment. Detect all paranormal activity, all possible natural explanations and suggestive influences connected to the client. Collect evidence and intel to ultimately validate or debunk supernatural claims and seek the truth behind paranormal activity in its many forms. Want more Ghost Asylum? Be sure to catch GHOST ASYLUM on Destination America  Sundays at 10/9C.

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For New Bedford’s Stephanie Burke, ghosts have always been a big part of her life.

Burke was born with both psychic and mediumship abilities, something that ran in her family. From a very young age, she was seeing and interacting with spirits, but it wasn’t something she was comfortable sharing with people until much later in her life.

Now, she is sharing her gifts with the world as the star of the new paranormal television series Secrets of the Asylum , which is now available through the FOX Nation streaming service .

“Our experiences that we had were just completely mind-blowing,” Burke said in an appearance on WBSM.

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The asylum in the title refers to Eloise Asylum, located outside of Detroit, Michigan. It first opened as a poorhouse in 1839 and operated in different capacities until 1986.

At one point, it was one of the largest medical facilities in the country, with over 10,000 patients – including many that were subjected to medical testing.

“It became notorious for testing the first x-rays on people,” Burke said. “I’m sure you can imagine what that was possibly like for people to be a guinea pig for something like that, just absolutely horrific.”

Burke said the history of the asylum is “very dark,” and that still permeates through today. She and her boyfriend and fellow investigator/historian Scott Porter spent “about six or seven weeks” at Eloise, investigating its hauntings and absorbing that darkness.

“I was immersed in it for so long, it really affected me while we were filming,” she said. “It affected Scott. It started to affect our crew, too. It was rough to hear some of the stories and to realize what these people had gone through.”

However, being able to go in as a psychic medium and apply her gifts to the long-dead patients of Eloise was the light in that darkness.

“It was very rewarding to be able to tell these stories, because they were either lost, forgotten or told incorrectly,” Burke said.

Burke said that she and Porter had been approached by production companies and potential television projects in the past, but they never seemed to be the right fit for their approach. Both were television veterans; Burke had made appearances on Kindred Spirits and Ghost Hunters , while Porter was one of the stars of Ghost Asylum , Haunted Towns and Haunted Live .

“Scott and I had talked about it for a long time, we just wanted people to be able to follow our journey in the way that we were experiencing it,” she said.

When a call came from producer and paranormal TV veteran Rob Saffi, Burke and Porter knew they had found the right fit.

“We thought, ‘This is too good to be true. This is something we really want to do,’” Burke said. “We want to be authentic, we want to go in without a script, and just investigate the way we investigate and do what we do and really get down deeper into the story – the haunting, the spirits that are there – and we were really able to accomplish that with this show.”

Unlike other paranormal investigation shows, which typically just spend a few days at a location, Secrets of the Asylum has the advantage of allowing the investigators to spend multiple weeks exploring its history and its haunts.

“We were able to completely immerse ourselves in there and really dive deep into the who, what, when, where, why and how of this particular building, the hauntings,” Burke said. “What we found, I have to say, blew my mind, and I’ve been doing this for a long time.”

All six episodes of the first season of Secrets of the Asylum were released today, so viewers can do an uninterrupted deep dive into Eloise along with Burke and Porter.

Burke and Porter will also be holding a very special watch party event next week in Middleboro, Massachusetts. Dubbed the “Spooky Soiree,” it will take place at the Alley Theatre on Thursday, October 26.

Doors open at 6 p.m. and the event kicks off at 6:30, featuring a talk with the stars of the show as well as a special screening of the debut episode of Secrets of the Asylum. Tickets are available online .

On November 17, Burke and Porter are returning to Eloise Asylum for the first time since filming the series for an event entitled "Evenfall at Eloise," in which people can purchase tickets and join them in a paranormal investigation of the asylum.

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Where have the Tennessee Wraith Chasers been hiding? Are they even still around? Why don’t we see them on TV anymore? Are they ever coming back?

These are all great questions. Ones I started asking in 2019 when I noticed they weren’t part of Travel Channel’s 2019 Halloween lineup . Something I instantly found suspicious because just the year before, they’d headlined Travel Channel’s first weekly live series, Haunted Live . Travel Channel had made quite a fuss about it and it launched to coincide with the network’s 2018 Halloween programming.

Then…crickets. Three were no more show announcements that included the Tennessee Wraith  Chasers. So where did they go? What have they been doing? Will they ever return to TV again?

Sometimes I still find myself wondering about all of this, but mostly it’s when someone stops by and comments about them. Like Troy Thiesen from Breach the Evil Spirit Hunters has done a few times. I told him this would make a great post because while he’s the most recent to pose the “What happened to the Tennessee Wraith Chasers?” question, he’s not alone in wondering. So for those who need to get their TWC fix, let’s see how you can do that.

A Look Back at the Tennessee Wraith Chasers’ Career

The Tennessee Wraith Chasers first burst onto the paranormal TV scene in 2014 on Destination America with Ghost Asylum . It starred Chris Smith, Brannon Smith, Scott Porter, Steven “Doogie” McDougal, and Chasey Ray McKnight.

In 2017, on the same network, another popular series featuring the Tennnessee-based ghost hunters premiered, Haunted Towns . Except for Chasey Ray McKnight, who was replaced by Mike Goncalves, it starred the same guys who were in Ghost Asylum .

Then Haunted Live appeared on Travel Channel in 2018 with Mike Goncalves, Chris Smith, Brannon Smith, and Scott Porter. Jamie Kaler and Jess Blaze Snider hosted.

Wraith Chasers Events

Even though they haven’t had a new series in a minute, their past shows are still fan faves. That’s why you’ll often see one or more members of the Tennessee Wraith Chasers appearing as guests at paracons .

Two members, Mike Goncalves and Chris Smith, have rebranded into the Wraith Chasers. On their site, they list which events and paracons they’ll be at. Paracons you can catch them at in 2023 include:

  • Enigmacons: Saturday, April 22, 2023 -Radford, VA
  • East TN Paracon : Friday, April 28-Sunday, April 30, 2023 – Pigeon Forge, TN
  • Michigan Paranormal Convention: Thursday, August 24-Saturday, August 26,  2023 – Sault Ste Marie, MI
  • Pensacola Comic Con: Saturday, September 23-Sunday September 24, 2023 – Pensacola, FL
  • New Jersey Paraunity Expo: Saturday, November 4-Sunday, November 5, 2023 – Woodbridge, NJ

In addition to coordinating their own ghost hunting events, which they have several of in 2023, they also team up with Ghost Hunt Weekends for overnight investigations. They’ll be at several Ghost Hunt Weekend events in 2023, including the Thomas House in Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee, for a New Year’s Eve overnight ghost hunt party. Non-overnight 2023 investigations with Ghost Hunt Weekends include Bobby Mackey’s in Wilder, Kentucky, at the end of January, and the Titanic Museum in Branson, MO, in August.

Speaking of ships, you can also sail with them this year on the  Dark Waters Cruise . It embarks from Tampa, Florida, on March 4 and has two sea days along with two stops, one in Cozumel and one in Grand Cayman, before returning to Tampa on Mar. 9.

To see their entire lineup of events, visit: https://thewraithchasers.com/events

What the Other Tennessee Wraith Chasers Are Doing

Okay, so now we know what Mike Goncalves and Chris Smith are up to. They’re still carrying the Tennessee Wraith Chasers torch in rebranded form. But what about Scott Porter, Brannon Smith, Steven “Doogie” McDougal, and Chasey Ray McKnight.

I got an unexpected assist on their whereabouts and what they’re up to from Troy Thiesen in one of his comments. According to Troy, last summer Doogie did a live investigation that sold out. So sometimes you can still find him that way, but it looks like he’s transitioned to a career in real estate, judging from his Twitter and Instagram profiles.

Chasey Ray and Brannon seem to be out of the paranormal game altogether.

Scott Porter is forging his own paranormal path with psychic Stephanie Burke. (Who, if I’m interpreting some of their Instagram posts correctly, are also paramours.) You can still find Porter doing events. In fact, this past October he and Stephanie held an event that combined ghost event, meet and greet, haunted history tour, and seance in the Church of the Pilgrimage in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

While all of the former Tennessee Wraith Chasers are often asked on socials if they have any TV shows in the works, they rarely acknowledge such questions. However, you may yet still see one of them materialize back on TV.

Scott Porter shared several posts of him and Stephanie in Ireland. It wasn’t entirely clear if it was for work or a getaway until an enigmatic post on his Instagram that showed him posing with Stephanie in front of a video camera. The caption read: “Well here it is! Sorry it’s late but we were a little busy till 3am! Can’t say much but say hello to the hosts of a brand new paranormal series coming to your TV soon!”

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There have been other posts since then, but no further updates with any show info. Is it still in the works, or did it get scrapped? No idea.

But of course, if I see or hear anything more, I’ll share another update. Or if you know something, I invite you to put the comments section to good use and share it!

Besides (or maybe in addition to) the Tennessee Wraith Chasers, are there any other teams or shows not on TV anymore you’d like to see make a comeback?

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Speaking of healing, to learn how she channeled her battle with cancer to conjure up this site, check out HJ’s Origin Story .

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I haven’t seen the Mountain Monsters in awhile, though I think they’re still active.

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GREAT observation, Priscilla! They haven’t had a new season announcement in a while now either. Another one to check on. lol

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I sure miss these guys. They were so good at what they did and so professional! TOP OF THE LINE! None better!

The whole Discovery Channel has gotten ridiculous. There are no more good ghost shows left except for Kindred Spirits (who only do 10 EPISODES!), Ghost Hunters (who only do 8 EPISODES!), Ghost Adventures (if you can stomach the arrogance of Zak Bagans), and Paranormal Caught On Camera. What the heck are they doing over there? There is a huge market for it, and they know it. Ghost Adventures is consistently their highest rated show. So people WANT TO SEE ghost shows! Also, it doesn’t cost much at ALL to produce ghost shows! Recently, I haven’t seen anything new over there that is enticing at all; just a bunch of uninteresting garbage! I did like Expedition X, but no word on a renewal for that one either … probably not, if it goes the way everything else is going. I think I am going to cancel my Discovery+ membership, the only streaming service I have left. I can get everything else that’s worth getting on YouTube or through other means, if you catch my drift. Their programming is not even worth the $7/month to me anymore! It’s just trash! And I am pissed!

So I do believe the merger with Warner Bros is what’s happening with all the cancellations of paranormal shows and the lack of any new ones. Or maybe they’re saving up for Halloween season? I don’t know. We’ll see what announcements come out then. But I did read that there was a lot of debt on the books, and they did cut all those movies last year to try and curb expenses so I think the paranormal shows have fallen victim to that.

Personally, I believe, and this is my MBA talking, that once again, with the millennials being in charge of companies now, Discovery are so focused on the bottom line, they forget about their staff and their customer base, which FUELS their bottom line. These idiots don’t know what they’re doing, and these kinds of business dealings are running rampant through corporations worldwide. In the end, they will have realized they shot themselves in the foot, but by then, as with so many companies these days, it may be too late! I mean, look at the shows they have in their current and near future lineup: TONS upon TONS of reruns from up to and beyond a decade ago! And the new shows or new seasons: Dr. Pimple Popper (really?), Summer Baking Championship (I can’t even imagine the suspense that will, literally, be oozing from that show like cake frosting), 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, 90 Day Fiancé: Love in Paradise, Match Me Abroad, You, Me, & My Ex (Yeah, I’m not makin’ this crap up! Honestly, you could offer me $1 million to watch these four shows, and I would turn it down!), Street Outlaws: Mega Ca$h Days (A dumb car race with a cool name), Hoffman Family Gold (Watching rich people spending money to NEVER get gold on a gold-getting show is the most boring show in the world, and all “gold” shows are like that. They might find the equivalent of $110 in a months worth of back-breaking, laborious work. It’s ridiculous!), Expedition Unknown (Show’s okay, but it’s just the discovery of abandoned places, nothing supernatural. Expedition X was far, Far, FAr, FAR better!), Deadliest Catch (Probably one of the most boring, and surprisingly longest running, BORING shows I have ever laid eyes on! How many times can you catch a shark before it becomes old news?), Dead Files (Amy Allan is a disturbing person to watch–she always seemed like the greasy-haired girl who would sit in the corner by herself in elementary school and pick her nose and eat it. Anyhow it would appear that the new episodes with Cindy Kaza are not coming out until next year, since the new season 15 episodes still have annoying Amy Allan at the helm. Also, why are there NEVER any strange phenomena going on during her walkthroughs? I always, ALWAYS found it strange that we never see orbs or hear disembodied voices, why we never witness even the slightest poltergeist activity, why we aren’t witnessing apparitions, shadows, footsteps, or even the occasional knock. NOTHING … EVER! That always made me think the show was as fake as fakery could be. When a medium is walking a haunted location stirring things up, there is bound to be activity. There has not be one iota of activity in a single episode of Dead Files. Isn’t that just the strangest thing? Although, strangely, Amy sees stuff all over the place … ghosts in corners, demons manifesting, haunted children, shadow figures, and we don’t see anything. We just have to take her word for it), Eli Roth Presents: The Legion Of Exorcists (Eli Roth is good at what he does, but the synopsis of this show sounds like a yawn-fest!), and last but not least, Late Night Lockup (Won’t be watching that). So … goodbye forever Discovery and Discovery+! And I am sure, with this ridiculous lineup, I won’t be the only one leaving!

Hey Troy! You’ll probably be interested to read what I wrote about regarding show cancelations, inspired in part by another comment you left about what’s going on with the shows: https://www.hauntjaunts.net/did-the-warner-bros-discovery-merger-kill-travel-channel-shows/ .

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I really don’t mind others posting their opinions, and I do agree with some. I miss Expedition X and enjoyed it more than Expedition Unknown. The thing that does bother me is when you start bad mouthing individuals you do not know. If you don’t care for the cast and crew don’t watch the show. Yes, I know, if I don’t like what I am reading, stop reading.

Anyway, all that aside I love paranormal shows with Kindred Spirits and Paranormal Lockdown being my favorite. The Ghost Adventures team gets to be a little much for me and I will change over to something calmer. I do miss Ghost Asylum but watch it again and again with a few months in between (an advantage to old age!)

Well said, Jeannie. And OMG…I cracked up at your last words. I can relate!!! So much is new again after only hours in some cases. My brain doesn’t retain like it once did. LOL

Sure hope they bring Kindred Spirits back and don’t make that one for the trash heap too.

Oops, just read that comment from Jeannie. Courtney, it appears that what I wrote up there is disturbing some people. If you could delete it, would you please? I had no intention of upsetting anybody. I am a nice guy, but I am also a 100% disabled wartime American veteran who watched a lot of (friends) people get killed horrifically, and who, tragically, was forced by my government to kill a lot of people. As a result, I have severe PTSD among other issues. Being a soldier, though, I follow the Constitutional 1st Amendment of “free speech.” Sometimes, because of the combination of the two, I speak my feelings with blatant honesty. It’s partly rights and partly illness, and for that I am sorry. So, if someone is bothered by something I say, I would rather that it not be there for them to read.

My sincere apology, Jeannie, if my words of how I feel about something offended you, and yes, I did stop watching the show.

Hey, Troy. I haven’t heard about Kindred Spirits yet. In March Dakota Laden tweeted it was basically canceled when he listed all the shows that had been canceled then, but there is no confirmation either way from what I can tell yet.

And are you sure you want me to delete your comment? It’s just you being you. Jeannie even said she agreed with some of it. And you gave a nice apology. But if you still want it removed, I will. Just wanted to double check you did.

It’s okay, then leave it, if you didn’t mind. I just didn’t want to offend anyone. I wasn’t trying to be offensive … honestly. That’s the point. If you met me in person, you would see that I’m a very sweet guy. I can be confrontational if someone attacks me or my loved ones or my country; that’s why I was a soldier (I run TOWARD the sound of fighting, not away). But in times of serenity, I am generally calm and peaceful, and my wife loves me to pieces! And, most of all, I like about 99.9% of the things you like! LOL!

BTW, my wife & I love Battlebots! Did Dakota mention Battlebots as a show that’s leaving the Travel Channel group of networks?

I’ll leave it then, Troy. And yep. You even were a good sport and picked a spooky Barbie! lol

Did not hear him say anything about Battlebots. Only paranormal shows.

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The Tennessee Wraith Chasers (TWC) is a serious team of paranormal investigators that doesn’t take itself too seriously. Each investigation is packed full of Southern charm and wit, but when it comes down to business, TWC doesn’t mess around. TWC’s motto is respect, detect, collect, meaning they rely on a unique combination of scientific method and spiritual faith to navigate investigations. Growing up in a historic, and some say haunted, area of Tennessee has given the team an authentic desire to make sense of the mysterious things they’ve experienced through paranormal research. They take great pride in establishing trusted relationships with witnesses and call on the strengths of each team member to leave no stone unturned. The Wraith Chasers made their television debut as the stars of Destination America’s fan-favorite series “Ghost Asylum,” in which they investigated America’s most frightening asylums, sanitariums, penitentiaries and haunted hotspots.

In Travel Channel’s new series “Haunted Live,” ghost lovers are invited to join a live interactive paranormal investigation alongside the Tennessee Wraith Chasers. Each week, the team will investigate a different haunted location, where viewers can participate in the action and drive the course of the show in real time through Travel Channel’s digital and social media platforms.

CHRIS SMITH

Founder, Tennessee Wraith Chasers

Chris became fascinated with hauntings at a young age after a frightening supernatural encounter. While in his grandfather’s barn, he came face to face with a “shadow person,” a shadow-like humanoid figure also known in some cultures as “wraiths” that are usually seen in peripheral vision. Since then, Chris has devoted his life to investigating paranormal activity and later won a spot on SyFy’s Ghost Hunters Academy to train under Steve Gonsalves and Dave Tango of “Ghost Hunters.” After returning home, Chris founded the Tennessee Wraith Chasers ghost-hunting team to investigate paranormal mysteries. Though a skeptic by nature, he’s receptive to the idea that spirits are among us but seeks hard evidence to prove it. Chris is a native of Gallatin, Tenn., where he was raised in a strict missionary Baptist household.

STEVEN “DOOGIE” MCDOUGAL

Co-Founder, Tennessee Wraith Chasers

Doogie’s interest in the paranormal began at a young age during his upbringing in a historic, and some say haunted, area of Tennessee. He has believed for many years that the house he shares with his wife and son is haunted. Living in a home with paranormal activity influenced him to study and investigate unexplained phenomenon in the surrounding area. As an investigator, he hopes to help other people like him who have experienced something they can’t explain. Doogie is well known for his comical personality and high energy approach to paranormal investigation. As owner/co-founder of Tennessee Wraith Chasers, Doogie implements his uncanny people skills to put clients at ease. His number-one desire is to find hard evidence and reveal the truth behind the unexplained, whether or not it’s supernatural, to calm the fears of others and strengthen his knowledge in the field.

SCOTT PORTER

Historian, Tennessee Wraith Chasers

Porter became fascinated by the paranormal after experiencing something completely unexplainable during his college years. One morning, he awoke to the smell of breakfast filling his family’s house. He saw who he thought was his mother in a pink robe cooking at the stove. He left the room to clean up before grabbing a plate only to return and find the kitchen empty. Porter then realized that his entire family had left earlier that morning to run errands and his mother doesn’t own a pink robe. Ever since, Porter believes that he undoubtedly experienced a paranormal event. He now studies other strange occurrences like his and looks to historical record and the Bible for answers. He hopes to help others who have had paranormal experiences by finding evidence that will substantiate what they have experienced, be it natural or supernatural. Porter brings an analytical mind to the team and quite often plays the devil's advocate when studying evidence.

BRANNON SMITH

Engineer, Tennessee Wraith Chasers

Brannon is the younger brother of Chris and an aspiring physicist. Like Chris, Brannon was raised in a strict missionary Baptist upbringing and is a skeptic of the paranormal. A student of physics and engineering, Brannon approaches each investigation like an experiment with a hypothesis that needs proving. He looks for logical explanations for what might seem like a haunting and tries to label them using theoretical physics. Only after exploring every possibly scientific avenue will Brannon entertain the idea that something could be paranormal. To help collect evidence, he often challenges supernatural entities head-on to provoke a response and gather data using ghost-hunting gadgets.

MIKE GONCALVES

Tech Guru, Tennessee Wraith Chasers

Mike, a musician, songwriter and producer, got his first taste of the paranormal working in the shadows of the show “Ghost Asylum ,” and on several occasions experienced his own paranormal events while trudging through the darkness of America's most haunted locations. Mike has spent 15 years in the music industry touring the world and sharing the stage with some of rock’s most notable icons. It was his countless hours spent in recording studios with state-of-the-art technology that made him curious to see if this advanced audio visual equipment would help uncover evidence that the typical paranormal investigator was missing. As a Wraith Chaser, Mike brings his production expertise to the team, lending aid in the quest to uncover the unknown bumps in the night. Mike is a family man, animal lover and follower of Christ along with his fellow Wraith brothers. His charm and witty personality make him the most likely jokester of the team. But don’t let his wit fool you; Mike couldn’t be more serious when it comes to his investigation of the afterlife.

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Scott ”Porter” is best known for being the Profiler, Historian, and Co-Owner of the Tennessee Wraith Chasers franchise as seen on Haunted Live, Most Haunted Towns, Haunted Towns, Ghost Asylum, Ghostland Tennessee and The Exorcist House Special on Travel Channel and Destination America. He has also appeared on, and won, the Old South Pittsburg Hospital episode of Travel Channel’s Paranormal Challenge .  This resume of television works has Porter appearing in over 40 television episodes and has allowed him to investigate the supernatural for over a decade.  In this short time Porter has become a premier researcher of the paranormal and the historical events related to the locations, fables and lore of said haunted locations.

Porter’s interest in the supernatural is a carryover from his religious upbringing.  He has stated that: “Everyone has a story of something they can’t explain. Is it of Godly or evil origin, or is it something natural to our environment yet to be discovered? That’s the stuff we want to research, discover and verify if possible.”  His story really began one morning when he awoke from sleep to smell the aroma of breakfast permeating throughout his parent’s home and seeing what he thought was his mother cooking. Upon getting freshened up for this meal and returning to the kitchen, Porter found no sign of breakfast, no aroma, no dirty dishes, and no parents.  It was later discovered that they had been gone for many hours prior to this event which left Porter asking the question: “Are we not alone?”

It would be years later that Porter would join the Tennessee Wraith Chasers (TWC) and continue to confront these supernatural experiences. Today, Porter shares his experiences with millions across America on Haunted Live and Most Haunted Towns airing on Travel Channel, as well as attending events to offer his experience and share his. 

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