Can't-Miss Travel Channel Shows Coming Up in June

Our picks for what's premiering this month.

No vacation planned this summer? Never fear, it’s Travel Channel to the rescue! We’re taking you on a trip around the globe with some of your favorite hosts — the Cousteaus, Don Wildman, the Ghost Adventures crew and more — in all-new adventures.

Read on for what’s coming up in June.

Don Wildman explores the Hopewell estate, where Charles Lindbergh's son vanished from his own crib, all while the whole household had been awake downstairs.

Don Wildman explores the Hopewell estate, where Charles Lindbergh's son vanished from his own crib, all while the whole household had been awake downstairs.

New Episodes:

Caribbean Pirate Treasure | Returns June 13 at 10|9c

Our favorite treasure hunters Ashlan and Philippe Cousteau hit the high seas once more in search of forgotten treasure, epic pirate tales and mysterious islands. Their journey takes them off the coast of Key West to investigate a ship that could hold serious treasure, all the way to a remote island known as Isla Del Muerto — Dead Man’s Island. (Yikes!)

Expect breathtaking underwater views, wanderlust-inducing locations and maybe even a once-in-a-lifetime discovery?

Mysteries at the Museum | Thursdays at 9|8c

Don Wildman is taking a closer look at some of history’s most captivating stories in three specials airing this month: Lindbergh Kidnapping, Cold War Secrets and Cleopatra. But Don’s not just doing research at his local library. He’s retracing the footsteps of those directly involved in these mysteries, from the Lindbergh baby kidnapper to the iconic female ruler herself, Cleopatra VII.

Lindbergh Kidnapping kicks off May 31 at 9|8c. (Spoiler: Don finds himself scaling a handmade ladder similar to that of the kidnapper. You need to see this.)

The Dead Files | Returns June 1 at 10|9c

New night. New cases. Same Steve and Amy.

The paranormal duo is back, uncovering the secrets of haunted locations across the country. Kicking off their first Friday episode, Steve and Amy investigate an abandoned amusement park in Lake Shawnee, W.V. plagued by numerous reports of ghost sightings and other unexplained — sometimes violent — activity.

“Why would anyone build an amusement park out here in the middle of nowhere?” Steve asks. Our question exactly.

Ghost Adventures | Returns June 16 at 9|8c

Ghost Adventures fans, your plea for new episodes has been answered (yay!). The crew heads to Mokelumne Hill, Calif. to explore one of the state’s oldest operating hotels, Hotel Léger. Formerly the county courthouse and jail, the building was the site of numerous tragedies, including the murder of George Léger, the owner and founder of the hotel. In addition to all the activity above ground, the property has a system of tunnels connected to the basement, which are home to a “dark presence” that the guys will get to know firsthand.

New Series:

UFOs: The Lost Evidence | Premieres May 31 at 10|9c

Alien encounters, UFOs, life on other planets: What do YOU believe? UFOs: The Lost Evidence explores the evidence surrounding the possibility that UFOs have tracked, and possibly influenced, mankind throughout history. From Area 52 to ancient Egypt, we’re diving into these tales of unidentified foreign objects to explore history through a completely new lens.

Kindred Spirits | Premieres June 22 at 11|10c

Meet Amy Bruni and Adam Berry, a hauntingly-good team who's worked on thousands of paranormal-related cases. Now they’re helping families uncover the truth behind their homes’ terrifying hauntings. (Because living in a haunted house only *sounds* fun.)

Next Up

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One of the most mysterious secret societies has more than a few skeletons in its closets.

Boy Records Selfie With Grandma’s Ghost

A young boy playing with his mother’s cell phone may have captured a visitor from beyond the grave.

The Haunted History of San Francisco’s Westerfeld House

Pop star Kesha and rapper GaTa conducted their own investigation into the storied past of one of the most haunted mansions on the West Coast.

4 Movies You Didn't Know Were Based On Real Paranormal Events

The scariest horror movies are the ones rooted in truth. Before the most popular horror movies ever hit the big screen, there were real people living out the real life nightmares that inspired the Hollywood hits.

‘Ghostober’ Delivers More Than 55 Hours Of Must-See Programming From Travel Channel, Food Network and Discovery+

Paranormal superstar Zak Bagans, Food Network star Sunny Anderson, filmmaker Eli Roth, paranormal investigator Jack Osbourne and actor/comedian John Henson among celebrities set to participate.

New Shows Coming To Travel Channel: Portals to Hell, Mission Declassified & America Unearthed

Travel Channel's latest lineup includes three compelling new series zeroing in on the unsolved, the unexplained, the uncovered and the haunted. Hosts include TV personality (and son of Ozzy) Jack Osbourne, award-winning investigative journalist Christof Putzel and forensic geologist Scott Wolter. Look for them starting this March.

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Brace Yourself for This ‘True Terror with Robert Englund’ Sneak Peek

Join master of macabre Robert Englund on a nightmarish journey through history's horrors in the brand new six-part series, True Terror with Robert Englund, premiering March 18 at 10|9c.

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