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Eric Vitale To Star In & Produce Series of Paranormal Documentary Films

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Paranormal Investigator and Travel Channel TV series star Eric Vitale is set to star in and produce a series of paranormal documentary films.

Eric has partnered with Paranormal 13 creator and filmmaker Tony H. Cadwell to create feature-length documentaries.  The films will document paranormal investigations of extremely haunted locations with the goal of capturing evidence of paranormal activity on film.

Filming has already started on the first documentary, and pre-production has begun on the second film. Both paranormal documentaries will be released in 2022 on DVD and VOD.

Eric starred in the Travel Channel TV series Ghost Loop.  Ghost Loop featured a team of specialized paranormal experts that rescue the living from endless and repetitive hauntings.

He is an experienced investigator with the New England Society of Psychic Research (NESPR).  NESPR was founded in 1952 by Ed and Lorraine Warren. The organization is led by Tony Spera and carries on exploring and investigating paranormal and demonic entities as initiated by Ed and Lorraine Warren.  NESPR also manages the Warrens Museum of Psychic Research, aka the Warren Occult Museum.

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Eric has been investigating the paranormal for close to a decade and is heavily influenced by the work of Ed and Lorraine Warren.

Tony H. Cadwell is the creator of Paranormal13.com. Tony is the director of the upcoming paranormal documentary, Balsam: A Paranormal Investigation, which stars horror icon Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th, Hatchet).

Tony stated, “It’s an honor to be working with Eric. He is such an experienced investigator with a clear vision of investigating the paranormal effectively and with integrity. I feel these films are going to bring something authentic, unique, and terrifying to both the paranormal community and viewers.”

Eric has agreed to share with Paranormal 13 readers some of the past evidence he has collected in past and current investigations.  Many in the paranormal community are familiar with the amazing evidence that he has collected while investigating the infamous Annabelle doll.

Be sure to check out the clip below highlighting that evidence.

To stay up to date on film releases, sign up for our email updates and join Eric’s Facebook group Exploring the Supernatural with Eric Vitale.

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Kane Hodder’s Paranormal Documentary Balsam Gets a Release Date!

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Kane Hodder’s new film Balsam is set for release on December 14, 2021. Balsam is a feature-length documentary that follows Kane Hodder as he leads a team of paranormal investigators as they investigate The Grand Old Lady Hotel in Balsam, North Carolina.

Kane Hodder Balsam: A Paranormal Investigation

The Grand Old Lady Hotel is a 112-year-old, 40,000 square foot hotel with a disturbing past. Nestled in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina, the hotel is referred to by many as the Stanley Hotel of the south.

While Kane Hodder is notorious for his role as Jason Voorhees in the Friday the 13th franchise, Kane is an experienced paranormal investigator. He is a founding member of the Hollywood Ghost Hunters. Kane has investigated the Pico House in Los Angeles, California, with Zak Bagans on Ghost Adventures.

Kane Hodder Balsam A Paranormal Investigation

Director Tony H. Cadwell stated, “This is a paranormal investigation like no other. You have an experienced team lead by a horror icon. We had this amazing 40,000 square foot hotel all to ourselves to investigate.  Nothing was scripted. We just went in and tried to document any paranormal activity that we could. The evidence that we collected in this film is just shocking.”

Kane stated, “I would have to say that this location is for me personally the most activity I guess you can say that I have witnessed.”

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Balsam was executive produced by White Glove Productions’ Tom Sulkowski (Mechanic: Resurrection) and H13 Media’s Tony H. Cadwell, with Kane Hodder serving as a producer on the project.  The documentary stars Kane Hodder, Amanda Hannah, Mark A. Richardson, and Maeve Ybanez.

Balsam is set for release on December 14, 2021, on DVD and VOD.  DVDs can be pre-ordered now on Amazon by clicking here.

Check out the trailer below:

 

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Investigate Zak Bagans’ The Haunted Museum

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To celebrate the new season of Ghost Adventures, Zak Bagans is allowing paranormal enthusiasts to investigate his Haunted Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada.  The museum is the home to some very creepy and potentially haunted items, including the Dybbuk Box, Dr. Jack Kevorkian’s death van, the staircase from Demon House, numerous haunted dolls, and much more.

The Ghost Adventures team recently investigated Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum during a four-part miniseries on the Travel Channel entitled “Ghost Adventures: Quarantine.” Zak Bagans, Aaron Goodwin, Jay Wasley, and Bill Tolley quarantined themselves for ten days inside the Haunted Museum.

For the first time ever, visitors can investigate a historic mansion that’s also filled with multiple accounts of malevolent hauntings by previous occupants and owners.  The event is called The Late Night Flashlight Ghost Tour Experience.

Only 20 people will be allowed in the entire museum with complete free reign for one and half hours. Ten persons will then be divided in each half of the building and then swap sides after 45 minutes.

All visitors are required to sign a waiver stating they understand the risks before entering. Additionally, children under the age of 16 are not permitted. Proof of age is required for all guests.

The price of admission is currently $199.00.  Admission includes a Haunted Museum engraved flashlight is complimentary.  Paranormal equipment is complementary to borrow with ticket purchase.

They do not allow any video cameras or photographs in the museum.  Participants are required to wear face masks while on the property. Museum security will conduct temperature checks before allowing entry.

The Haunted Museum’s website states, “While paranormal equipment should be minimal, we will allow audio recorders, EMF/ K2 meters, and spirit boxes (Spirit boxes will only be allowed in rooms with the door shut and turned to a low volume).  No large bags, outside food, or drink allowed in the building. While we do offer a bag check area, we are asking guests to please refrain from bringing anything to be checked in order to avoid direct contact between guests and staff. We are a drug, alcohol, and firearm free facility.”

You can get your tickets to The Late Night Flashlight Ghost Tour Experience by clicking here.

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