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Unexplained Cases | Remote Viewing the Island of the Dead with Daryl Marston

Written by: Rick Garner
Case Filed: 5/23/20 - LIVE VIDEO
Executive Producer: Rick Garner



Maryam Faresh, our team medium, does another first: investigating the infamous Hart Island - also known as NYC's Island of the Dead - by remote viewing. With over a million bodies buried on this one mile strip of land, there's a strong likelihood of locating spirits needing help as well as dark entities only wanting to hinder. Special guest Daryl Marston from A&E's Ghost Hunters joins us for the investigation!
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Unexplained Cases | Investigating Famous Ghost Photos

Written by: Rick Garner
Case Filed: 5/16/20 - LIVE VIDEO
Executive Producer: Rick Garner



Maryam Faresh, our team medium, is doing another first: investigating famous ghost photos live! Over the decades, dozens of photos have been captured of what appear to be ghosts. Some have been debunked as fake but many appear to be amazing paranormal evidence. Watch to learn what Maryam uncovers about these mysterious photos!

Unexplained Cases | Pasadena Suicide Bridge

Written by: Rick Garner
Case Filed: 4/30/20 - Pasadena, California
Executive Producer: Rick Garner



This episode of Unexplained Cases contains the topic of suicide. Please know that your life is special. You are important. You are relevant. You are loved. Please, talk to someone if you are having suicidal thoughts. You can always call 1-800-273-TALK. That’s 1-800-273-8255. Or visit suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Across the world, there are dozens of sites where people have chosen to end their own lives. Many would conclude these sites must be haunted...either by human spirits, unwilling or unable to crossover or by inhuman spirits who helped lure them to their demise.

In Pasadena, California, one such bridge - the Colorado Street Bridge - has been known as Suicide Bridge almost since its construction. Built in 1912, the 1,486 foot long bridge is 150 feet at its highest point. It has a history of death beginning prior to it being built with the allegation that a construction worker fell to hi…

Unexplained Cases | America's Most Haunted Small Town

Written by: Darren Dedo
Case Filed: 3/29/20 - Alton, Illinois
Executive Producer: Rick Garner



Alton, Illinois is what you would call a true river town. Its waters are the Mississippi, the Illinois and the Missouri. Alton was born in 1818 after Rufus Easton established it as a river town and gave it his son’s name. Alton is known for Limestone bluffs and historic homes. At one time confederate prisoners of war were kept behind bars in the Alton Military Prison during the Civil War.

Alton, is certainly a quaint, old, historic Midwest community. Some say it's the most haunted small town in all of America.

The Unexplained Cases team wanted to find out for ourselves if Alton is a hotspot for paranormal activity. One place we’ve always wanted to investigate, the McPike Mansion. Its owner is Sharyn Luedke.

“I’m basically a big chicken, I do not watch scary movies, I don’t do any of that. But you now own one of the most haunted places in America? I do,” said Luedke.

So, who haunts the home…

Unexplained Cases | Haunted Hospital Ruins

Written by: Rick Garner
Case Filed: 2/29/20 - New York City, New York
Executive Producer: Rick Garner




Smallpox. It was a dreaded killer and disfigurer for more than 3,000 years in all parts of the world. Prior to the vaccine’s discovery in 1796, more than 400,000 people a year died from smallpox in Europe alone. Worldwide vaccination efforts led to the disease eradication in 1979. 

The highly contagious and deadly viral disease once contracted either killed the victim or left them with significant scarring - especially on the face, arms, and legs. 
Before the late 1800s, many cities built hospitals specifically for treating smallpox sufferers. In New York City, on the southern tip of Blackwell’s Island (now Roosevelt Island), one such hospital opened on December 18, 1856, to keep infected patients isolated far away from the population.  James Renwick Jr. designed the smallpox hospital. Better known for Grace Church on Broadway, St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Madison Avenue and the Smithsonian I…

Unexplained Cases | Spiritual Showdown

Written by: Darren Dedo
Case Filed: 12/31/19 - Tombstone, Arizona
Executive Producer: Rick Garner



Tombstone, Arizona was home to Lawman Wyatt Earp, gunfighter Doc Holiday, dancing girls, saloons, gambling halls, and ladies of the night. There was something for everyone in this old dusty western town in the late 1800’s. The days of the old west are over, now, ghosts are said to haunt this quaint old town. 

Kenn Barrett is a Tombstone native who is now a Wyatt Earp impersonator. He explains why many people believe the town is haunted.

“Famous ghost stories here are about the shadow people. Don’t look directly at them when you are walking down the sidewalk actually at night if you look just out of the corner of your eye, you’ll see people between the buildings looking at something. Then, you look at them and then they’re gone. A very common report we get here in Tombstone,” said Barrett.

The Unexplained Cases team: Darren, and his ghost hunting twin daughters, Gracie and Caroline, rolled into…

Unexplained Cases| Haunted Ships In Baltimore

Written by: Darren Dedo
Case Filed: 11/30/19 - Baltimore, Maryland
Executive Producer: Rick Garner




She is an incredible sight to see tied up to Pier One in Baltimore Harbor - the USS Constellation. Many believe the ship is haunted. We will get to the ghosts in a minute - but, first we need a history lesson. 

The USS Constellation was born in 1854 - constructed from materials that were salvaged from the frigate USS Constellation - which sailed the seas in the late 1700s to early 1800s. This new version of the majestic ship stretches 199 feet long, 43 feet across. 

The Constellation was armed with 16 cannons and more than a dozen large pounder-mounted guns that could sink an enemy vessel on command from the Captain. The first captain of the Constellation, Captain Charles H. Bell. 

Boat Historian James Fulwiler shares, "Most famous for being the last sail-powered and all wood warship ever commissioned by the U.S. Navy. That’s in 1855, she entered service. All sail-powered all wooden means…