Ghost Brothers, the first paranormal-reality television show featuring an all-black ghost hunting cast, is dropping it’s second season on March 10, but our sneaky little hands have gotten ahold of the Ghost Brothers season two intro before its official release. Get it while it’s hot.. and before it’s taken down!
The first season of the hit ghost hunting series premiered on Destination America to rave reviews last year, and saw Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass, and Marcus Harvey – fledgling paranormal investigators with a flair for the comedic – chasing down spirits in some of America’s most haunted locations. Now, they’re heading to TLC to scare up some more eerie entertainment with a second season full of all-new haunts.
If you’re quick, you can even watch the new Ghost Brothers season two intro right here:
The GHOST BROTHERS take a passionate hobby to the next level investigating historically haunted and often abandoned locations, testing their own spirit along the way. All raised in religious households, the GHOST BROTHERS were taught that “messing” with the dead is dangerous business, but some unexplained experiences of their own drove them to find out firsthand just how spooky the supernatural can be. Dalen, Juwan and Marcus enlist local historians and caretakers to provide the history of the property to better understand what they are facing. When night falls, viewers join the antics of their afterlife investigation as the trio uses local experts, investigative equipment, trigger objects, and most importantly, their southern charm, to help make contact with the other side.
The second season, consisting of eight episodes, begins with a visit to New Castle, Indiana’s infamous Thornhaven Manor, site of a “negative entity” that the guys believe targets men. Other episodes are set to feature a Louisiana sawmill nicknamed the “Mill of Death”; the maze-like home of San Jose’s Winchester Mystery House; Ohio’s haunted Posttown Elementary School; and Rose Hall in Montego Bay, Jamaica to name a few.
The second season of Ghost Brothers premieres March 10 at 9/8c during TLC’s Friday Night Supernatural strand, with all-new episodes premiering every week. Time to pop the trunk on these ghosts.