Ghost Asylum is now called Haunted Towns, starting August

Great news for all you fans of Ghost Asylum, the Tennessee Wraith Chasers are returning with 8 new episodes on Destination America this August with their new show renamed Haunted Towns.

Ghost Hunters Fans.com learned of this exclusive announcement from this press release quote.

The Tennessee Wraith Chasers consist of Chris, Doogie, Porter and Brannon, who interview witnesses, investigate hotspots using the latest ghost-hunting technology and follow new leads until they can pinpoint who is haunting the town and why. Their goal is to find out if there is any truth to the stories about each town’s paranormal activity.

Destination America has ordered eight episodes of the series, which is set to premiere at 10 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 15.

Haunted Towns is about so much more than ghost stories. It’s about places of deep historical significance, where stories of hauntings are passed down over generations. Is it simply folklore, or is it true? We want to find out what is really going on in these towns,” said Jane Latman, general manager of Destination America. “With extensive experience investigating both legendary asylums and — in their pre-TV days — private homes, no team is more prepared for the challenge of confirming the ghostly lore of an entire town than our beloved Tennessee Wraith Chasers.”

The series premiere finds the team in Gettysburg, Penn., where more than 51,000 soldiers lost their lives during the epic Civil War epic battle. Other episodes this season investigate the legendary Salem, Mass.; Savannah, Ga., where hauntings have been reported around a former gallows site; Vicksburg, Miss., a site of unrest during Reconstruction; Bisbee, Ariz., an old mining town; Fall River, Mass., home of Lizzie Borden; McDonough, Ga., site of the 1900 Camp Creek train crash that killed dozens of passengers; and Cape May, N.J., the center of the Victorian Era’s Spiritualism movement.

The premiere also will be available to watch online Aug. 7 on Destination America’s TV Everywhere app.

Haunted Towns is produced for Destination America by Tremendous! Entertainment (Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern, Rock the Park), with Colleen Needles Steward, Shannon Keenan Demers and Devon Platte as executive producers. For Destination America, Fay Yu is executive

Fans that want to take their ghost hunting lust to the next level, you can join them live and in person Saturday August 19, 2017 in Paulding, Ohio at the haunted Paulding County Jail for photos, autographs, meet & greets and a live ghost hunt with the Wraith Chasers. Get more information and tickets at www.GhostHuntWeekends.com or call 1-800-604-9101

4 Responses to Ghost Asylum is now called Haunted Towns, starting August

  1. Sherry kell Reply

    July 17, 2017 at 10:27 pm

    Can’t wait these guys don’t play they really want the answers glad they are back

  2. Pam Hudgens Reply

    July 18, 2017 at 4:21 am

    about time someone got them back on the air. This team is fantastic to watch. I have been on ghost hunts with them and it is a treat.

  3. Cathy Reply

    July 18, 2017 at 6:39 pm

    I am so glad they are back on tv but I have to ask where is chase I love watching these guys

  4. Amy Flowers Reply

    July 18, 2017 at 11:23 pm

    So happy you guys are coming back to TV. Look forward to watching. But what happened to Chasey Ray?

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