5 Can’t-Miss Paranormal Moments on Portals to Hell

TV personality turned executive producer Jack Osbourne and paranormal researcher Katrina Weidman are investigating America’s most sinister hauntings. With new technology, the team is uncovering paranormal evidence you have to see to believe.

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In the new show Portals to Hell, TV personality and producer Jack Osbourne teamed up with paranormal researcher Katrina Weidman to investigate some of the most-haunted historical sites in America. And these destinations aren’t your typical haunted houses. They’re rumored to have demonic spirits, dark energy and connections to the underworld. Read on to see the top five must-watch moments.

The Alaskan Hotel

In the show’s first episode, Katrina and Jack head to Juneau, Alaska to conduct the first-ever paranormal investigation of The Alaskan Hotel. You can only get to Juneau by boat or plane so the hosts joked that if something dark happened, they’d be stuck!

The Alaskan Hotel

The Alaskan Hotel is teeming with hauntings and every room seems to have a different story. Katrina stayed in room 219 to search for the ghost of a woman who may have been murdered. And Jack stayed in room 315 to investigate rumors of a poltergeist. They also visited the basement where there are accounts of something much more sinister than a common ghost. Think demonic entity.

Eastern State Penitentiary

Katrina and Jack head to Katrina’s hometown of Philadelphia to investigate the infamous Eastern State Penitentiary. Open from 1829-1971, the site is considered one of America’s most-haunted prisons. Even notorious gangster Al Capone reported being haunted while he was incarcerated there.

Eastern State Penitentiary

In addition to former cells, the team is granted special access to never-before investigated areas of the prison, such as the medical ward and the grim "Death Row." Jack and Katrina team up with psychic medium Michelle Belanger to investigate and her readings reveal the presence of something dark and potentially demonic.

Twin City Opera House

Jack and Katrina head to the sleepy town of McConnelsville, Ohio to investigate the historic Twin City Opera House. Opened in 1892, the theater is considered one of the most haunted buildings in Ohio.

Twin City Opera House

There’s a lot of ground to cover at the opera house as there have been several different reported spirits and occurrences. Jack and Katrina have to determine what’s rumor and what’s truth. During their nighttime investigation, the team uses multiple video feeds to capture any activity, from the back of the theater to the basement.

Trans Allegheny Lunatic Asylum

Jack and Katrina head to Weston, West Virginia to investigate the historic Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum. Opened in 1864, the facility admitted thousands of patients over its 130-year practice. And in that time, hundreds of patients died inside the hospital. Some as a result of horrific and barbaric shock treatment.

Trans Allegheny Lunatic Asylum

The team weathered freezing temps and snowfall during their investigation, but it was worth it. They uncovered mind-blowing truths that lead to a have-to-see conversation with the other side.

The LaLaurie Mansion

Down in New Orleans, the team gains special access to the historic LaLaurie Mansion to investigate the home’s dark past. In the mid-1800s, the home was a real-life house of horrors where the owner Madame LaLaurie tortured and murdered more than a dozen slaves. Jack and Katrina investigate the home’s former slave quarters and, using a 3D-mapping camera, discover paranormal evidence that you have to see to believe.

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