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The R.I.P. Files features a group of paranormal investigators, who use intuitive abilities and a deep knowledge of metaphysical techniques to interact with the entities they encounter at haunted locations. They encourage the spirits to share their stories in their own words through amazing EVPs and other evidence that is bridging the gap between the worlds of science and spirituality.

The R.I.P. Files is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (56 episodes). The series first aired on June 4, 2012.

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3 Seasons, 56 Episodes
June 4, 2012
Cast: Mark Higgins, Malinka Franklin
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  • This well-preserved historic site is the home of Adam Stephen, the founder of Martinsburg. Activity is common, including doors opening and closing on their own and objects being moved by an unseen presence on a nearly daily basis. But possibly the most intriguing feature of this location involves the mysterious tunnels beneath the house.

  • This well-preserved historic site is the home of Adam Stephen, the founder of Martinsburg. Activity is common, including doors opening and closing on their own and objects being moved by an unseen presence on a nearly daily basis. But possibly the most intriguing feature of this location involves the mysterious tunnels beneath the house.

  • This well-preserved historic site is the home of Adam Stephen, the founder of Martinsburg. Activity is common, including doors opening and closing on their own and objects being moved by an unseen presence on a nearly daily basis. But possibly the most intriguing feature of this location involves the mysterious tunnels beneath the house.

  • This well-preserved historic site is the home of Adam Stephen, the founder of Martinsburg. Activity is common, including doors opening and closing on their own and objects being moved by an unseen presence on a nearly daily basis. But possibly the most intriguing feature of this location involves the mysterious tunnels beneath the house.

  • Ramblewood is a once beautiful mansion, built by the Worthington family who were Quakers and staunch abolitionists in the years leading up to the American Civil War. Sherry and Mark encounter the spirit of Nathan, a former slave and associate of famed anti-slavery crusader Harriet Tubman, in the basement.

  • Ramblewood is a once beautiful mansion, built by the Worthington family who were Quakers and staunch abolitionists in the years leading up to the American Civil War. Sherry and Mark encounter the spirit of Nathan, a former slave and associate of famed anti-slavery crusader Harriet Tubman, in the basement.

  • Ramblewood is a once beautiful mansion, built by the Worthington family who were Quakers and staunch abolitionists in the years leading up to the American Civil War. Sherry and Mark encounter the spirit of Nathan, a former slave and associate of famed anti-slavery crusader Harriet Tubman, in the basement.

  • Ramblewood is a once beautiful mansion, built by the Worthington family who were Quakers and staunch abolitionists in the years leading up to the American Civil War. Sherry and Mark encounter the spirit of Nathan, a former slave and associate of famed anti-slavery crusader Harriet Tubman, in the basement.

  • The team explores one of the oldest settlements in the US. London Town and Gardens dates from 1683 and was populated by merchants, sailors, and slaves. In this episode, Mark and Amelia experience separate - but equally chilling - sessions in the Lord Mayor's Tenement building, while Sherry sees an apparition in the William Brown House.

  • The team explores one of the oldest settlements in the US. London Town and Gardens dates from 1683 and was populated by merchants, sailors, and slaves. In this episode, Mark and Amelia experience separate - but equally chilling - sessions in the Lord Mayor's Tenement building, while Sherry sees an apparition in the William Brown House.

  • The team explores one of the oldest settlements in the US. London Town and Gardens dates from 1683 and was populated by merchants, sailors, and slaves. In this episode, Mark and Amelia experience separate - but equally chilling - sessions in the Lord Mayor's Tenement building, while Sherry sees an apparition in the William Brown House.

  • The team explores one of the oldest settlements in the US. London Town and Gardens dates from 1683 and was populated by merchants, sailors, and slaves. In this episode, Mark and Amelia experience separate - but equally chilling - sessions in the Lord Mayor's Tenement building, while Sherry sees an apparition in the William Brown House.

  • New investigators Golda and Nishant join the team and endure a baptism by fire as the spirits make contact with each of them in totally unexpected ways. Golda, an African American, asks the tough questions about slavery and race and gets an unexpected answer from Henry, a former slave on this beautiful plantation. Family members, including Anna who died here in 1883, make their presence known.

  • New investigators Golda and Nishant join the team and endure a baptism by fire as the spirits make contact with each of them in totally unexpected ways. Golda, an African American, asks the tough questions about slavery and race and gets an unexpected answer from Henry, a former slave on this beautiful plantation. Family members, including Anna who died here in 1883, make their presence known.

  • New investigators Golda and Nishant join the team and endure a baptism by fire as the spirits make contact with each of them in totally unexpected ways. Golda, an African American, asks the tough questions about slavery and race and gets an unexpected answer from Henry, a former slave on this beautiful plantation. Family members, including Anna who died here in 1883, make their presence known.

  • New investigators Golda and Nishant join the team and endure a baptism by fire as the spirits make contact with each of them in totally unexpected ways. Golda, an African American, asks the tough questions about slavery and race and gets an unexpected answer from Henry, a former slave on this beautiful plantation. Family members, including Anna who died here in 1883, make their presence known.

  • Take a deeper look back at the metaphysics and knowledge to build a bridge between the living and the dead.

  • Take a deeper look back at the metaphysics and knowledge to build a bridge between the living and the dead.

  • Ellicott City, MD, is an old town and a very haunted one. The Historical Society is housed in what was an old church, while the Weir Building next door has been a Quaker school and a private residence. It is rumored to house the spirit of a British soldier from the War of 1812 in the basement, while a lost Civil War soldier stands guard in the attic.

  • Ellicott City, MD, is an old town and a very haunted one. The Historical Society is housed in what was an old church, while the Weir Building next door has been a Quaker school and a private residence. It is rumored to house the spirit of a British soldier from the War of 1812 in the basement, while a lost Civil War soldier stands guard in the attic.

  • The oldest continuously operating jail in Virginia features the spirits of former prisoner Mr. McGhee, along with one of the previous wardens, and the warden's wife, who burned to death in the Kitchen. We also catch a glimpse of the infamous Lady in White. Plus, the R.I.P. team attracts the immediate attention of several former prisoners who are still lingering in the cell block in spirit form,.

  • The oldest continuously operating jail in Virginia features the spirits of former prisoner Mr. McGhee, along with one of the previous wardens, and the warden's wife, who burned to death in the Kitchen. We also catch a glimpse of the infamous Lady in White. Plus, the R.I.P. team attracts the immediate attention of several former prisoners who are still lingering in the cell block in spirit form,.

  • This "stabilized outdoor ruin" is considered one of the most haunted locations in the state of Maryland. A former girls' school, this building has also been a hotel and a hospital for wounded soldiers from WWI. Recently, a darker energy has made itself felt. Staff and volunteers are afraid to stay here alone.

  • This "stabilized outdoor ruin" is considered one of the most haunted locations in the state of Maryland. A former girls' school, this building has also been a hotel and a hospital for wounded soldiers from WWI. Recently, a darker energy has made itself felt. Staff and volunteers are afraid to stay here alone.

  • Nicknamed "Blood Alley," this former prison housed some of the most infamous criminals in the world. The team isn't surprised to find that many still stay here, but we weren't quite prepared for the intensity of the violence and the lingering emotions we encountered. We captured great EVPs and Sherry held an amazing session with the dowsing rods.

  • Nicknamed "Blood Alley," this former prison housed some of the most infamous criminals in the world. The team isn't surprised to find that many still stay here, but we weren't quite prepared for the intensity of the violence and the lingering emotions we encountered. We captured great EVPs and Sherry held an amazing session with the dowsing rods.

  • What's scary about a lovely family home? Just about everything! From the raspy-voiced spirit in Tommy's Room to the little boy himself to the full body apparition in the Pickers Room, this location is a paranormal investigator's dream. That is, until Mark finds himself possessed by the malevolent spirit of George Milton Benson.

  • What's scary about a lovely family home? Just about everything! From the raspy-voiced spirit in Tommy's Room to the little boy himself to the full body apparition in the Pickers Room, this location is a paranormal investigator's dream. That is, until Mark finds himself possessed by the malevolent spirit of George Milton Benson.

  • Swannanoa Palace was built in 1912 by James Dooley, a wealthy businessman, as a gift for his wife, Sally May. Sadly, the Dooleys only occupied this magnificent mansion on top of a mountain for a few years before both passed away. But, through psychic impressions and strong EVPs (recorded spirit voices), the R.I.P. team is able to confirm that the Dooleys never went anywhere at all.

  • Swannanoa Palace was built in 1912 by James Dooley, a wealthy businessman, as a gift for his wife, Sally May. Sadly, the Dooleys only occupied this magnificent mansion on top of a mountain for a few years before both passed away. But, through psychic impressions and strong EVPs (recorded spirit voices), the R.I.P. team is able to confirm that the Dooleys never went anywhere at all.

  • Can a small frame house in the peaceful suburbs of northern Virginia actually be terrifying? This one is. It's apparently a portal that allows ghosts from different time periods to travel back and forth between their world and ours. One of the most terrifying is the hooded "ghost without a face." Could he be the Grim Reaper himself?

  • Can a small frame house in the peaceful suburbs of northern Virginia actually be terrifying? This one is. It's apparently a portal that allows ghosts from different time periods to travel back and forth between their world and ours. One of the most terrifying is the hooded "ghost without a face." Could he be the Grim Reaper himself?

  • Can a small frame house in the peaceful suburbs of northern Virginia actually be terrifying? This one is. It's apparently a portal that allows ghosts from different time periods to travel back and forth between their world and ours. One of the most terrifying is the hooded "ghost without a face." Could he be the Grim Reaper himself?

  • Hill View Manor proves to be a scary and very active location, with shadow people, audible voices, lots of EVPs, and even a gargoyle. Kenna, Amelia, and Sherry encounter a flirtatious ghost in the Chapel who expresses his "undying" love for them through a very clear EVP. Kenna gets touched twice in the basement by George, the ghostly maintenance man, and the crew hears a child laughing at them.

  • Hill View Manor proves to be a scary and very active location, with shadow people, audible voices, lots of EVPs, and even a gargoyle. Kenna, Amelia, and Sherry encounter a flirtatious ghost in the Chapel who expresses his "undying" love for them through a very clear EVP. Kenna gets touched twice in the basement by George, the ghostly maintenance man, and the crew hears a child laughing at them.