This week on “My Ghost Story—Caught on Camera” viewers will travel to a notorious prison, check in where apparitions of 19th century guests still haunt a creepy old hotel, and learn how a house restoration turned scary.
The Missouri State Penitentiary in Jefferson City, Missouri, is known as the "bloodiest 47 acres in America". Forty-seven men and women were executed there. Bizarre evidence, apparitions, sounds, voices, and light anomalies prove that some of the tortured souls have remained behind and some of them are not happy!
Wow! At a spiritual retreat in Yelm, Washington, a woman has a real spiritual awakening when she is approached and contacted by the spirit of Mothman!
Pay a visit to Hoosick Falls, New York. The arrival of a new baby in a couple’s house being renovated brings on the spirit of a dead baby boy, including the e sounds of the ghost’s baby rattle.
My Ghost Story—Caught on Camera features true and astonishing first person stories of the paranormal, told by the people who lived through them, and actually caught evidence on film or tape. Everybody has a ghost story—but these storytellers have caught theirs on camera.
My Ghost Story—Caught on Camera is seen on Monday Nights (9:00 P.M. EST/8:00 P.M. Central on the BIO CHANNEL.
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