Jack and Katrina travel all the way to Juneau, Alaska, to conduct the first-ever investigation of the Alaskan Hotel. Built for luxury, the historic hotel has developed a reputation for demonic activity due to its notorious criminal past.
Jack and Katrina are in serious danger as they investigate a Kentucky honky-tonk considered by many to be the most haunted place on Earth and the location of an actual portal to Hell. The team faces the possibility of terrifying spirit possession as they attempt to make contact with the other side.
Jack and Katrina travel to Philadelphia to gain unprecedented access to never-before-investigated areas of Eastern State Penitentiary. The team searches for the truth as they explore the sites where unimaginable suffering and death occurred in one of America's most haunted prisons.
It's a real-life case of the Phantom of the Opera as Jack and Katrina descend on the sleepy town of McConnelsville, Ohio, to investigate a majestic old theater long rumored to be haunted by a host of sordid spirits.
Jack and Katrina travel to Pennsylvania to investigate a 19th-century estate brimming with paranormal activity that many believe is fueled by the property's shadowy history of untimely deaths, witchcraft and an ancient Native American curse.