'The Holzer Files' Is Coming Back For Season Two!

Expect all-new episodes in late 2020.

January 23, 2020

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Shane Pittman, Cindy Kaza, and Dave Schrader are ready to tackle any challenge presented before them during their investigation of the Barnstable House in Cape Cod, MA, as seen on Travel Channel's The Holzer Files.

Shane Pittman, Cindy Kaza, and Dave Schrader are ready to tackle any challenge presented before them during their investigation of the Barnstable House in Cape Cod, MA, as seen on Travel Channel's The Holzer Files.

Fans of The Holzer Files, get ready — season two is coming!

Ahead of Hans Holzer’s 100th birthday celebration (Jan. 26), Dave Schrader took to Twitter to confirm The Holzer Files will indeed return for a second season. And the good news doesn’t stop there: The all-new episodes are set to premiere in late 2020 (!!!).

“The public has spoken and here we are! Season 2 of the The @holzerfiles has just been announced from @travelchannel,” Dave wrote. “Thank you all for all the support you have given us and we will make Season 2 ROCK!”

The series, which premiered at the beginning of Travel Channel’s “Ghostober” festivities, follows Dave, medium Cindy Kaza and equipment technician Shane Pittman as they reopen Holzer’s most iconic paranormal cases. Holzer, known as the “father of the paranormal,” tackled some of the country’s most notorious hauntings. The team’s mission is to take a fresh look at his most captivating case files and track down new resolutions. Dave, Cindy and Shane are aided by researcher Gabe Roth and Holzer’s own daughter, Alexandra Holzer.

In the first season, the team relaunched ten investigations, including San Diego’s Whaley House and the case that eluded Holzer his entire life — the Howard-Dickinson House of Henderson, Texas. During his lifetime, Holzer gathered four decades-worth of research, giving Dave and co. plenty of spooky tales to sift through.

Where do YOU want to see the team go in season two? Let us know on Twitter using the hashtag #HolzerFiles. Stay tuned for more developments on Travel Channel’s Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Plus, you can catch up on season one right now on the Travel Channel GO app.

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