From the network that delivered the first-ever live televised exorcism last fall, comes an all-new series this March that stretches the limits of paranormal investigation. Destination America's six-part series Paranormal Lockdown, hosted by paranormal all-star Nick Groff and co-hosted by seasoned ghost hunter Katrina Weidman, follows the two as they confine themselves in America's most terrifying places for an unprecedented 72 hours straight. Living at haunted locations, many of which have never before been seen on television, some being investigated for the first time ever, Groff and Weidman believe that the longer they stay, the more the spirits will communicate with them and the more information they can gather about the unknown. From the creepy Kreischer Mansion on Staten Island to the foreboding Franklin Castle in Cleveland.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Paranormal Lockdown - Deadly Possessions - Netflix
Deadly Possessions is an American television series about the paranormal that premiered on April 2, 2016, on the Travel Channel. Produced by MY Entertainment (formerly MY Tupelo Entertainment), the series features paranormal investigator Zak Bagans of Ghost Adventures as he showcases his haunted artifacts in his new museum in Las Vegas, Nevada. He shares stories of the items' dark history, which he mostly receives from people all over the world, or during his investigations and lockdowns.
Paranormal Lockdown - Guests - Netflix
Nancy Knapp – Zak's mom, who helps run the Deadly Possessions Museum. Keith “Theodore” Hal – the museum's “butler” or caretaker. Joe Tasso – Bonnie Springs Ranch, stops by the museum to donate a necklace of a silver cross blackened during a possession. Jason Haxton – owner of the dybbuk box, the most haunted object in the world. Kevin Mannis – former owner of the dybbuk box, who got possessed during the museum investigation with the box. Dr. Cori Convertito – Curator of the Key West Historical Society and caretaker of Robert the Doll. Eric Murphy – antiques dealer, owner of a haunted last rites box, donated it to the museum. Trevor Jones – Director of Historical Resources at Kentucky Historical Society in Frankfurt, Kentucky, caretaker of the Conjure Chest. Amber Delly (Guest) - Lead vocalist of Mystic Spiral, mortician, and paranormal researcher Ghost Adventures Crew (GAC). Geoff Schumacher – Director of Content at the Mob Museum in Las Vegas, caretaker of the St. Valentine's Day Massacre Wall. S.J. - owner of Elite Audio & Customs, customized Zak's flat black 1966 Pontiac Bonneville Hearse (featured on episode 2). Cindy Lee – owner of Bela Lugosi's mirror, once belonged to her uncle, film producer Frank Robert Saletri who was murdered by the mob in 1982. Nick Kloster – owner of Charles Manson's cursed television set, whose life was on a downward spiral after he purchased it. Jason Freeman – grandson of Charles Manson, (son of Charles Manson Jr.), believes his grandfather infuses his energy into his objects. He was baptized (episode 3) to cleanse his family's name. Dan McIntyre – former owner of the Ed Gein cauldron; sold it to Zak. Carneth Brown – son of Hollis Brown, neighbor who helped the police identify the bodies of Ed Gein's victims and also removed the cauldron from the killer's house. Courtney Dyar & Derek Wagner (boyfriend who was attacked by Ed Gein's spirit) – Courtney's father and stepmother own a pair of skis once belonged to Ed Gein. Her parents were supposed to meet Zak, but their other daughter had a stroke and they believe the skis are the cause and shipped them to Zak. Tina Booth – owner of one of the cursed Crying Boy paintings. Ron Nelson – owner of Splendour yacht for past 30 years, the boat where Natalie Wood mysterious died on. Dennis Davern – former captain of Splendour and one of three survivors who was onboard on the night of Natalie Wood's death. He has kept a pair of beeswax candles that was lit, representing how much time had passed when Wood was reported missing. Lana Wood – sister of Natalie Wood, visits Zak to explain her sister’s character and her paranormal experiences. Geoffrey Fieger – former attorney of Dr. Jack Kevorkian for 10 years. Annie St. John – currently lives in Jack Kevorkian's old home where she's been experiencing paranormal activity.