After a well-received sneak peek just a few weeks ago, Paranormal Caught on Camera finally made its official premiere on the Travel Channel. At a time when the entertainment industry seems to be saturated with the supernatural, it is refreshing to have a show serving up a fresh perspective to the sometimes perplexing paranormal field. Whether a skeptic or a believer, it is easy to get caught up in the mysteries of the unknown and it can be difficult for either to ascertain the truth from the sensational. Thankfully Paranormal Caught on Camera not only entertains, but it also engages and educates; viewers are equipped with the knowledge to decide for themselves if they want to ‘believe’.
“Some of the most amazing, eye-opening and downright scary paranormal videos from around the world are featured as a panel of experts break down the footage and analyze what exactly the eyewitnesses captured.” – Source: travelchannel.com
Last night’s Paranormal Caught on Camera premiere provided a wide array of frightening phenomena. From apparitions and UFOs to legends and ghastly sounds, the show keenly captured the diversity of audience interest. While I was intrigued by all the disturbing documentation, it was the malevolent activity captured in a motel room that actually had my heart racing! Surely I am not alone. We all have varying limits of what our minds are willing to accept, Paranormal Caught on Camera allows us to safely explore the boundaries… & perhaps nudge them just a bit.
During airtime, fans animatedly chimed in on social media as the team of paranormal pros including Brian J. Cano, Susan Slaughter, Ben Kissel, Mark Sceurman, Sapphire Sandolo, Mark Moran, Rosemary Ellen Guiley and Natalia Reagan shared their thoughts on the recorded occurrences.
— Lisa Gaus (@GroovyChick_76) February 14, 2019
#myparanormal ummm…this show is pretty awesome so far. The girl at the ouija board gave me chills. Watched it twice. What the hell are those noises?!
— Brandon Joseph Rice (@Brandon_J_Rice) February 14, 2019
Ok, seriously… I've jumped 2x with just the 1st story… Loving this!!!! #MyParanormal
— Heather Sebastiani (@hsebastiani) February 14, 2019
Whether you are a veteran investigator or simply para-curious, Paranormal Caught on Camera offers enticing entertainment. Catch new episodes of Paranormal Caught on Camera Tuesdays at 10 PM EST on the Travel Channel!
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