Explore America’s True Horror Stories in Travel Channel’s New Show ‘Shock Docs’ Announced During Comic-Con@Home

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Bob Child/AP/Shutterstock (10486862b)Ed and Lorraine Warren of Monroe, Conn., are seen outside Superior court in Danbury, Oct. 28, 1981, as they waited for Arne Cheyenne Johnson to arrive for the first day of jury selection in Johnson's trial for murder in connection with the death of Alan Bono last February. The Warrens are demonologists and clairvoyants who say that Johnson is possessed by demons.Ghosthunters, Danbury, USA - 28 Oct 1981

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If you’ve ever wondered what the true stories behind so many urban legends and horror stories are, this new Travel Channel show is just your thing. In Shock Docs, the network will explore different paranormal tales throughout history across America. The producers of the show promise to give insight into the best-documented sightings, events, and occurrences that can’t be explained by science alone. For example, the true-life hauntings of the “Amityville Horror House” and “The Exorcism of Roland Doe.” The series was announced at the “Wonder Women: Superstars of Paranormal panel at San Diego Comic-Con@Home.

Their first episode will cover the lives and work of Ed and Lorraine Warren, both of whom were pioneers of the paranormal and its investigation. Their work has inspired many other ghost hunters and paranormal enthusiasts, with their techniques and equipment influencing the field until this day. Furthermore, their findings have inspired horror movies such as The Conjuring.

If you can’t wait to learn more about these two paranormal investigators, tune in on Monday, September 7, 2020, at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

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