Destination America is premiering a new six-part series on April 15 at 10/9c featuring TV’s first African-American paranormal investigation team. GHOST BROTHERS consists of three best friends– all raised in religious households – who take their healthy curiosity and passion for the paranormal to the next level. The trio tour a series of haunted houses throughout the U.S. to uncover the history and the truth behind the local tales. “Messing with ghosts” is taboo in their families and the bros – Dalen, Juwan, Marcus – aren’t afraid to wear their (frightened) hearts on their sleeves as they investigate things that go bump in the night. They add a refreshing dose of (nervous) laughter to an otherwise scary subject, making the series genuinely entertaining and fun to watch. As these budding enthusiasts take an interest of theirs to the next level, the charismatic GHOST BROTHERS offer a fresh, funny and unique take on the spirit world.
GHOST BROTHERS SEASON ONE EPISODE GUIDE
Magnolia Plantation Premieres Monday, April 15 at 10/9c
The Magnolia Plantation in Derry, Louisiana entices the Ghost Brothers to investigate claims of deceased slaves still practicing voodoo in the afterlife. During this time, voodoo was a secret practice that took place behind closed doors at the plantation and was believed to have been used by slaves to curse their masters and protect themselves. After hearing about stories of apparitions resembling slaves and soldiers, and some unexplainable things happening in the vicinity of the slave quarters, the Ghost Brothers are on a mission to find out if the spirits of slaves are still practicing voodoo on this historic plantation.
The Allen House Premieres Monday, April 22 at 10/9c
The Ghost Brothers travel to Monticello, Arkansas to investigate the Allen House, which has claims of doppelgangers and apparitions connected to a love triangle and a jilted woman’s suicide that took place in the house in 1949. In 2007, the Spencer family bought the Allen House and soon learned the home had a tragic history of death. Since renovations began, paranormal activity picked up. Visitors to the home believe that they see the apparition of the woman who committed suicide, Ladell Allen, in the mirrors of the home and roaming the halls. But Rebecca and Mark Spencer don’t think she is the only spirit here – they have also been plagued by strange activity including the presence of ghostly doppelgangers in the home.
Prospect Place Premieres Monday, April 29 at 10/9c
Prospect Place, in Trinway, Ohio, was once a stop on the Underground Railroad. This historic mansion lures the Ghost Brothers to find out if an evil entity and other unsettled spirits that date back to the Civil War era, still reside on the property. George W. Adams was a staunch abolitionist whose estate became a refuge for slaves. It’s believed that an angry bounty hunter once came to the house and demanded that George release the slaves he protected. Seeing the predicament, several ranch hands emerged with their rifles, causing the bounty hunter to retreat. According to legend, these same loyal ranch hands followed the hunter to his camp and hanged him in George’s barn for his crimes against humanity. The Ghost Brothers are on a mission to find out if in fact an evil entity resides in the barn on the property and if it can be connected to the bounty hunter.
The Delta Queen Premieres Monday, May 2 at 10/9c
The most majestic riverboat of the early 1900s, the Delta Queen has been enchanting passengers for over 80 years. Numerous crewmembers and passengers believe it is now a ghost ship that is teeming with ongoing paranormal activity. Several years ago, the Delta Queen was moored on the banks of the Tennessee River in Chattanooga until new owners purchased and moved her to Louisiana for extensive renovations. But the move seemed to activate strange occurrences happening on board. The most infamous ghostly inhabitant is presumed to be Mary Becker “Ma” Greene, a former captain of the Delta Queen who passed away on her beloved boat. The Ghost Brothers invite a couple who had a paranormal experience while on board to join their investigation and to help them get to the bottom of who or what is haunting the Delta Queen.
Magnolia Hotel Premieres Monday, May 9 at 10/9c
The Ghost Brothers travel to The Magnolia Hotel to find out if evil events that once occurred there are linked to a continued presence of paranormal activity. In the mid-1800s, The Magnolia Hotel became the first stagecoach station and hotel in Seguin, Texas. The hotel eventually fell into disrepair, until new owners purchased the property and started restoring it to its former glory. But unexpectedly, during the restoration process, they experienced frightening phenomena. Numerous witnesses claim that the violent spirit of William Faust, a regular hotel guest who murdered a little girl haunts the hallways. A psychic and a guest investigator join the Ghost Brothers in their mission to find out if unsettled spirits have remained from this hotel’s violent past.
The Fitzpatrick Hotel Premieres Monday, May 16 at 10/9c
The Ghost Brothers head to Washington, Georgia to try to solve the mysterious hauntings of The Fitzpatrick Hotel, which was built on top of the town’s first cemetery. Some believe that reports of multiple female spirits residing at the hotel are tied to bodies beneath it, such as Polly Barclay who became the first woman in Georgia to be hanged in 1806 for conspiring to murder her husband. There are also reports of apparitions being seen throughout the hotel, including a little girl and a female spirit believed to be Mrs. Fitzpatrick. Claims of numerous other unexplained occurrences surround the Fitzpatrick Hotel, and the Ghost Brothers are out to see if they can make contact with any of the lost souls left behind.