Travel Channel’s popular series ‘The Dead Files’ is making a jump to the channel’s Sunday night lineup and April is packed with some intriguing investigations.
The next five episodes of the show have been revealed (h/t Dread Central):
“Evil Descends – Murrieta, California” – Premieres Sunday, April 1, at 8pm ET/PT
Steve DiSchiavi and Amy Allan travel to a home in Murrieta, California, where a mother worries that her husband’s dealings in witchcraft have led to the paranormal activity that’s tearing her family apart.
“Inviting Evil – Berthoud, Colorado” – Premieres Sunday, April 8, at 8pm ET/PT
A terrified woman calls on Steve DiSchiavi and Amy Allan to investigate claims of vicious paranormal activity at her Berthoud, Colorado, home. During her after-hours walk on the property, Allan encounters a demon set on tormenting the living and a malevolent shadow person.
“Innocence Lost – Elkview, West Virginia” – Premieres Sunday, April 15, at 8pm ET/PT
Steve DiSchiavi and Amy Allan travel to West Virginia to meet a terrified mother who fears the paranormal activity tormenting her family was brought on by the birth of her youngest son. The investigation leads to the discovery of a vortex where entities come and go.
“Dark Thoughts – Waterford, Connecticut” – Premieres Sunday, April 22, at 8pm ET/PT
Steve DiSchiavi and Amy Allan travel to Waterford, Connecticut, to investigate a recently separated mother’s claims that the paranormal is attacking her and her children. Allan discovers that the key to what’s haunting the living may not necessarily reside with the dead.
“Easy Prey – Grant Township, Michigan” – Premieres Sunday, April 29, at 8pm ET/PT
Steve DiSchiavi and Amy Allan travel to Grant Township, Michigan, where a desperate couple claims paranormal activity is trying to kill them. During the disturbing investigation, Allan encounters a malicious dead man and an entity capable of physically harming the living.
US Navy Officially Declares, For the First Time Ever, ‘Unidentified Aerial Phenomena’ in Three Videos
The United States Navy has, for the first time every, officially declared that UFOs in three viral videos are ‘Unidentified Aerial Phenomena’, according to Vice.
“The Navy considers the phenomena contained/depicted in those 3 videos as unidentified,” Navy spokesperson Joseph Gradisher told Motherboard.
The three videos were released by Blink 182 musician Tom DeLonge‘s To the Stars Academy of Arts & Science, and were filmed by US Navy pilots back in November 2004 and January 2015.
Original ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ Episodes Now Available on YouTube
If you’re looking to get a bit “old school”, then YouTube may be the destination for you.
The popular streaming and video content platform is now streaming original episodes of ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ which aired in the early 1990s and was hosted by the late, great Robert Stack.
The series, which is slated for a reboot, is also streaming on Amazon Prime and Hulu.
‘Alien: Isolation’ Digital Series Arriving Tomorrow, New Trailer Drops
Are you ready for the new digital series ‘Alien:Isolation’ which is set to arrive tomorrow?
The R-rated series, centered on Amanda Ripley, will drop all episodes on IGN on February 28th, and a new trailer has been released to hype the premier.
Per the synopsis:
“It’s been fifteen years since Amanda Ripley’s mother disappeared aboard the deep space towing ship Nostromo. And for fifteen years, Amanda has suspected there was more to her mother’s story than meets the eye.”
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