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A New Chapter

In 2019, a new chapter begins for the Unexplained investigative team. Currently, we are dusting off old case files and researching new ones in preparation for filming all new web-only episodes!

To make this dream fully a reality, we are currently seeking backers to our Kickstarter campaign
Certain levels will get you everything from a thank you, to being a part of our team, all expenses paid! Check out the campaign and back us but also share it with all your friends!
We are extremely excited to be continuing the search for the unexplained in 2019 and beyond!

Watch Unexplained: Haunts III

On the evening of Halloween 2003, the unintended trilogy of "Unexplained: Haunts" ended with the half-hour television special: "Unexplained: Haunts III." It was Jeff Rent's second time hosting and it was our biggest production. Our first "Haunts" highlighted paranormal activity in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama. "Haunts II" focused on several stories in Selma, Alabama. With "Haunts III," we traveled to the middle of nowhere - Cheneyville, Louisiana - to a 640-acre plantation and spent the night. Creepy doesn't begin to describe it.


The murderous and tragic history of Loyd Hall Plantation was the subject of this special 30-minute television program. It aired on Halloween night 2003 on WJTV Newschannel 12, the CBS affiliate in Jackson, Mississippi, and WHJT in Hattiesburg. 

Our special guest was Kriss Stephens, a paranormal investigator who has worked with the Discovery Channel and other television networks on similar projects. Enjoy the video below:


  



Also, for additional insights into the night check out my Field Reports from Loyd Hall.

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