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A Haunting on Brockway Street
In 2007, the Braley Family decided to rescue an abandoned and dilapidated Civil War Era home in historic Saginaw, Michigan. Despite the overwhelming need for repair, the Braley's saw nothing but potential; a 6,000 square foot blank canvas to which the large family could paint a future of their own. Sparing no expense, contractors were deployed to the stately and iconic manor, with the mission to preserve its original 19th century colonial architecture. Almost immediately, strange occurrences began taking place within the home; tools coming up missing, disembodied voices and footsteps, and the shocking appearance of a semi-translucent apparition of a young child. Following several weeks of escalating activity, the bewildered family took it upon themselves to find out who or what was haunting their home. That is when they made the unfortunate mistake of turning to a spirit board for answers.
A Haunting on Dice Road: The Hell House
Shrouded in mystery and folklore, the bizarre and frightening tales of Saginaw County’s most infamous urban legend, Dice Road, have been passed down from generation to generation. For decades, thrill seekers have dared to venture onto its grounds as a rite of passage, their encounters only adding to the mythology. However popular, Dice Road’s most prolific and profound story has remained untold, until now. Witness the journey unfold as investigators reopen the most documented paranormal case in U.S. history, in an attempt to solve a mystery spanning four decades.
A Haunting on Finn Road: The Devil's Grove
After the tragic and untimely passing of her father, Rebecca soon found herself heir to the family's historic estate. Eager to renovate the centuries-old farmhouse, Rebecca and her family quickly moved in to begin repairs. Almost immediately, the children began experiencing unexplainable and frightening phenomenon, transforming their "dream house" into a ghastly and terrifying nightmare.
A Haunting on Dice Road 2: Town of the Dead
Witness the shocking evidence unfold as paranormal researchers investigate the last remaining building of the ghost town of Iva, Michigan. The old general store, which looms over Dice Road, serves as the final monument to those who perished in a deadly plague. When the Midcalf family decided to rescue an old Michigan landmark, they soon realized they were the ones in need of saving. • Restless souls of those who perished in the plague are said to haunt the old general store of Iva • Members of the family were forced to flee after being attacked by a malicious entity • A shocking discovery about the property, could reveal the origin of the ghastly phenomenon
A Haunting at the Hoyt Library
For years, the Hoyt Library has made headlines as one of the most haunted locations in the entire Midwest. Finally, a documentary film crew was allowed complete access to investigate the numerous claims of paranormal activity. What they captured on audio and video will leave no room for doubt. Rooted in the heart of downtown Saginaw, the historic Hoyt Library has guarded its citizens' history and lineage for over 125 years. A literal gateway to the past, this stately and opulent landmark houses one of Michigan's largest collections of literature, artifacts, and documents... but according to patrons and staff, it also houses a collection of lost and restless souls. Follow the investigators as they wander through a 40,000 square foot maze of fear and uncertainty, unaware of what awaits around the corner.
A Haunting on Washington Avenue: The Temple Theatre
Watch the terror unfold as paranormal investigators find themselves face to face with the restless spirits that inhabit the historic Temple Theatre of Saginaw, Michigan. Witness the hair-raising journey as the film crew explores hidden tunnels, captures shocking evidence and validates claims that the old theatre is indeed haunted. In the heart of downtown Saginaw exists a virtual time capsule filled with history, emotion and long kept secrets. The Temple Theatre (built nearly a century ago) is currently known for its prestige and glamour. However its history hasn't always basked in the limelight.
A Haunting in Saginaw Michigan
A single mother and her two daughters are victimized by an aggressive male entity. Dreading the thought of living another day in their own home, the family calls upon the Seekers Paranormal Investigation Team for help. Follow the investigators through several nights of confrontation and spine chilling evidence! What kind of spirit terrorizes a woman and her two young children? An evil one. Featuring: Steven "Prozak" Shippy, Brian Harnois (of Ghost Hunters), Demonologist G.P. Haggart, Adam Eugenio & Tim Rooney Directed and Produced by Steven T. Shippy
A Haunting on Potter Street: The Potter Street station
Journey back in time as investigators work their way through a centuries old train station. Historians refer to the Potter Street station as the "Titanic" of railroads due to its massive size and untimely demise. Although abandoned, the haunted depot is inhabited by many shadowy figures of the past including the notorious "woman in white"! Featuring: Steven "Prozak" Shippy, Brian Harnois (formally of Ghost Hunters), Adam Eugenio & Tim Rooney Directed and Produced by Steven T. Shippy
A Haunting on Hamilton Street 2
Nothing is more terrifying than investigating an old funeral home in the dark of night... unless, of course, that funeral home was built atop of an ancient Indian burial ground. Personal injury, shocking evidence and extreme paranormal activity! Featuring: Steven "Prozak" Shippy, Brian Harnois (formally of Ghost Hunters) & Father Andrew Calder Directed and Produced by Steven T. Shippy
A Haunting on Hamilton Street
760 hours of paranormal investigation condensed into a hair raising 90 minute film. Witness the shocking evidence unfold as paranormal investigators work their way through a centuries old hotel & saloon with a treacherous past! This is the film that started it all. Featuring: Steven "Prozak" Shippy, Brian Harnois formally of Ghost Hunters, & Father Andrew Calder Directed and Produced by Steven T. Shippy
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