‘The Dead Files’ Investigate Paranormal Activity From Kentucky To Michigan

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Aug. 19 2017, Updated 12:20 p.m. ET

The Dead Files Season 8 continues tonight with a trip to Louisville, Kentucky. Louisville has a reputation for being the most haunted area in Kentucky, which perfectly sets up the two-person Dead Files team to uncover proof of the paranormal. Of course, there are many who doubt that the show is actually real; but for true believers, the episode entitled Deadly Kin: Louisville, Kentucky, should be an exciting hour of television.

For the uninitiated, The Dead Files is a weekly program that airs on the Travel Channel. The hosts and paranormal investigators, Steve DiSchiavi and Amy Allen, bring the skills of a retired New York City homicide detective and a psychic communicator together to determine whether or not each reported haunting is real.

The Louisville Investigation

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The most compelling details are always kept under wraps until TheDead Files episode actually airs, but there are some intriguing tidbits about the ninth episode of Season 8 that help ensure fans will be tuning in. For example, the ghosts that DiShiavi and Allen attempt to communicate with are extremely malevolent.

The spectral violence threatens the lives of an elderly woman and her adult daughter. This isn’t just some random evil haunting, either; the two ask the Dead Files team for help after their grieving process becomes terrifying. According to Allen’s psychic medium abilities, the duo is facing a very angry deceased old man who is out for blood.

The Dead Files Head to Michigan

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