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In this entertainment series, a group of ghost hunter from Tennessee travel across America looking for evidence of spirits in towns that are reputed to be haunted. They rarely find much, but their trips are fascinating nonetheless. The series airs on Destination America.

Haunted Towns is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (16 episodes). The series first aired on August 15, 2017.

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Tuesday at 10pm on Destination America
2 Seasons, 16 Episodes
August 15, 2017
Documentary & Biography, Drama, Mystery, Reality, Travel
Cast: Chris Smith, Brannon Smith, Steven "Doogie" McDougal
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Haunted Towns Full Episode Guide

  • The Tennessee Wraith Chasers experience unimaginable terror as they investigate the town of Hilo, Hawaii. Voices in underground lava tubes warn of impending danger on the Big Island, giving the team a new respect for the vengeful fire goddess Pele.

  • The Tennessee Wraith Chasers head to Pendleton, Oregon, a forgotten town with a sordid past and a secret kept hidden underground for over a century. To uncover the darkness, the team navigates a maze of tunnels that lead to a mysterious underworld.

  • The Tennessee Wraith Chasers head west to investigate haunted Port Townsend, Washington. A history of crimes, curses and broken dreams have left behind dark and angry spirits who are ready to confront the team.

  • The Tennessee Wraith Chasers are in uncharted territory as they head to Montana for the first time to investigate the haunted streets of Virginia City, a Wild West town known for its excessive crime and mass hangings.

  • The group heads to Independence, Missouri to uncover the activity that haunts the citizens there.

  • The Tennessee Wraith Chasers encounter the spirits of two infamous murderers at the Old Idaho Penitentiary. They follow the trail of one murder into Boise, where the afterlife itself reveals shocking details about the victim, crime and killer.

  • The Tennessee Wraith Chasers head down to Louisiana's paranormally charged Manchac Swamp, becoming the first team ever to investigate the site of America's largest slave revolt.

  • One of the deadliest train crashes in American history brings the Tennessee Wraith Chasers to the haunted town of McDonough, Georgia. What really happened to "Georgia's Titanic"? And is a spooky looking doll named Claire at the root of all the evil?

  • The Tennessee Wraith Chasers visit Cape May, New Jersey. Following the Civil War, did locals in this beach town with a penchant for séances, spirit boards, and Spiritualism open a paranormal portal on the Jersey Shore that remains open to this day?

  • The Tennessee Wraith Chasers head to one of America's most prolific mining towns: Bisbee, Arizona. With thousands of miles of spooky old mining tunnels to explore in the "Queen of the Copper Camps," can the TWC find a connection between copper and ghosts?

  • The Tennessee Wraith Chasers head down to Mississippi, site of one of the Civil War's bloodiest battles: the 47-day Siege of Vicksburg. Can the TWC settle the restless spirit of the first civilian killed during this river town's Reconstruction Era?

  • The Tennessee Wraith Chasers are in Georgia's oldest city to investigate hauntings that surround Savannah's "Hanging Square." From war to murder to plague, Wright Square has been the epicenter of Savannah's paranormal activity for over 300 years!

  • The Tennessee Wraith Chasers head up to Salem, Massachusetts, to investigate the infamous Salem witch trials and figure out once and for all why spirits continue to haunt this quaint New England town 300 years after the witch trials took place!

  • The Tennessee Wraith Chasers investigate legendary Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, site of the bloodiest battle of the Civil War. While making contact with the restless souls of these fallen American soldiers, do they get more than they bargained for?