‘Ghost Hunters’ Returns August 21 with All New Investigations

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Courtesy of A&E
Courtesy of A&E

The wildly-popular series, Ghost Hunters, returns August 21. The series, which premiered in 2004, featured Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson, who formed TAPS (The Atlantic Paranormal Society) out of Warwick, Rhode Island.

The series gained popularity, as audiences were captivated by each episode and case. However, as with all good things, the series came to an end in 2016, and fans thought they’d seen the last of Ghost Hunters on their television screens. It was announced this year, that the show would be returning and the first episode is set to premiere August 21.

We got a chance to screen the premiere episode, and it’s as good as ever. The series follows Grant Wilson this time, with a whole new team as they return to investigate paranormal sightings. The new team includes Daryl Marston, Kristen Luman, Brandon Alvis, Mustafa Gatollari, Brian Murray and Rachel Stratton. After a call from a high school principal, the team heads out to Idaho to investigate Pocatello High School. Since we’re remaining spoiler-free here to make sure you enjoy the episode, we’ll just say they encounter some very interesting things.

We honestly love the new show, and it’s a great comeback for all fans of Ghost Hunters alike. Make sure to tune in on August 21 on A&E.

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