Friday, April 24, 2009


The first episode of the new Internet only TV series, "The R.I.P. Files," debuts on Ghost Channel TV on April 24th, 2009. This first episode takes place at the Ballestone-Stansbury House.

Research and Investigation of the Paranormal (R.I.P.) explores this 200 year old house and meets the resident ghosts during a fascinating seance. Other anomalies include shadows, unexplained flashes, doors opening and closing on their own, and a strange light event during the seance.

See how a group of real life ghost hunters use equipment, hold EVP sessions, and evaluate the evidence. Watch R.I.P. Sensitive 'Rene' make contact during the seance.

View the entire hour long episode free at Ghost Channel TV starting on April 24, 2009.

R.I.P. investigates private homes, as well as historic sites. The first three episodes will all be available on Ghost Channel TV free of charge.

See a preview of the second episode of the Internet only TV series, "The R.I.P. Files." The series debuts on Ghost Channel TV April 24th, 2009, with our first episode "Ballestone-Stansbury House."

Our second episode features an investigation of the Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House in Waldorf, MD. Dr. Mudd is the physician who set John Wilkes Booth's broken leg after the actor fatally shot President Abraham Lincoln in Ford's Theatre. Booth jumped from the Presidential Box onto the stage, breaking a leg during his escape. Dr. Mudd was accused of being a co-conspirator in the assasination plot and was sentenced to life in prison.

The doctor consistently maintained that he was innocent of any involvement and insisted that he did not know who Booth was when he showed up at his office.

Today, the Mudd House, located outside Washington DC, is a carefully preserved museum and historic site visited by thousands each year. There are also many tales of paranormal events within these walls and on the grounds of this lovely estate. Perhaps the restless spirits from the turbulent years of the American Civil War still linger.

Join R.I.P. as we search for answers at the Mudd House. The Mudd House episode is expected to be available on on Ghost Channel TV June 1, 2009.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Great, I'll check it out