Nick and Katrina investigate the abandoned and haunted Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, West Virginia. What Nick and Katrina capture on their third night of confinement can only be described as groundbreaking and completely terrifying.
When the Anderson Hotel in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky closed its doors, not everyone checked out. Over their 72-hour confinement, Nick and Katrina watch helplessly as their cameraman is savagely bitten.
Nick Groff and Katrina Weidman arrive in Cleveland, Ohio to investigate a Victorian mansion’s haunted secrets. Over the course of their 72-hour investigation, Nick and Katrina capture unnerving voices pleading for help.
When Nick and Katrina arrive to investigate residual hauntings inside the long-shuttered Randolph County Infirmary in Winchester, Indiana, they are alarmed to discover not every resident has left.
A house in Hinsdale, New York draws Nick and Katrina to investigate its demonic past, and Nick is caught in a psychological war against good and evil.
Nick and Katrina are in Staten Island, New York to seek answers on who is haunting the infamous Kreischer Mansion. Legend states that during the late 1800's several seances were conducted inside the mansion.
In the season two premiere, Nick and Katrina spend 72 hours for their lockdown at Indiana's most haunted house on Monroe Street, where they unearth skeletal remains in the crawlspace during their investigation, which is cause for them to notify the local police.
Nick and Katrina unlock the foreboding secrets of England's HM Prison Shrewsbury, which opened in 1793. For their 72-hour lockdown, they face 220 years of public executions, suicides, and tragedy, including the prison's last hanging of a possible innocent inmate in 1961.