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Destination America to air “Paranormal Project”

U.S. cable network Destination America will air the one-hour special The Paranormal Project, a program that eschews professional camera crews in favor of home-shot video and security cam footage, on February 16.
February 8, 2013

U.S. cable network Destination America will air the one-hour special The Paranormal Project on February 16.

The program puts a twist on the usual paranormal investigation format by having “real people” capture evidence of their own hauntings rather than rely on investigators or camera crews. Instead, the suspected paranormal activity is captured via security cameras and hand-held devices.

In the special, a man that bought a Civil War hospital in Keokuk, Iowa over the Internet to convert into his new home discovers it is haunted by “the ghosts of battleground soldiers,” while a Clovis, California woman and her family fend of attacks from an unseen entity “that is believed to be a demon.”

The Paranormal Project will air on Sunday, February 16 at 10 p.m. EST/PST.

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