The paranormal shows on the Travel Channel are flooding the programming. It is almost to the point that Travel Channel should consider re branding their name to "Paranormal TV." It seems that every few weeks a new show premieres, that either features paranormal investigations, Bigfoot hunters or reenactments of ghost stories. One of the most recent series on Travel Channel, is a show called "Believers."

According to the Travel Channel, Believers is about:

Paranormal tales are often dismissed as fiction, but for many who've faced the unknown, these tales are all too real to relive. Now, through actor portrayals, archival documentation and dramatic re-creations, the terrifyingly true events that transformed these unsuspecting eyewitnesses into believers are pieced together.

Recently an episode titled "Paranormal Playdate" features a story out of Missoula Montana. The story is about a haunting that took place in 2015. Brian Watson recently became a homeowner. He is a member of the Free Masons. Brian was excited to be the 5th mason to own a home originally built by a mason in the 1800s. While moving into the home, Brian noticed numerous items placed inside the stone work around the house. Things like pendants, wedding rings and antique pocket watches were left as some sort of scavenger hunt. Soon after Brian and his family moved in, these items started to go missing. Brian did his best to try and glue them back into their rightful places, but they still manged to get moved. Eventually things got even creepier, and shadows stared to appear in the home. After doing some research, Brian discovered the original owner shot himself in the basement of the home.

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