‘Kindred Spirits’: A Cautionary Tale For Aspiring Paranormal Investigators [Spoilers]

Diana Price - Author

Sep. 20 2017, Updated 8:05 p.m. ET

For fans of Amy Bruni and Adam Berry’s paranormal TV show Kindred Spirits, the media preview of this week’s episode reveals a whole new side of paranormal investigating — or, to be more precise, the potential consequences of paranormal investigating and the ethical responsibilities for those communicating with spirits of the deceased.

Intrigued? Well, read on, but beware of mild spoilers ahead for this Friday’s episode of Kindred Spirits,”The Executioner.”

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‘Kindred Spirits’ Sees The ‘Needle’ And The Damage Done

Many of the fans of shows like Kindred Spirits as well as other paranormal investigative programs dream of getting to investigate a haunted location themselves like Bruni and Berry. Unfortunately, the house Bruni and Berry investigate this week has been having an increase in paranormal activity since the resident brought in his friends to help do some investigating. The owner fell down some steps and feels he was pushed and that whatever is haunting his house is something “demonic.”

This doesn’t seem too far-fetched when Adam and Amy discover that the house was built and owned by Edwin Davis, who was the first executioner for New York State and the inventor of the electric chair. Yikes, right?


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