via press release:
KLINGE BROTHERS TACKLE UNEXPLAINED PHENOMENA WITH THE RETURN OF DISCOVERY CHANNEL’S ‘GHOST LAB’
Team Tackles 120-Year-Old Lizzie Borden Murder Mystery in Halloween Week Episode
-- New episodes begin with a sneak peak on Tuesday, October 19th, and continue Thursdays beginning October 21st at 10 PM ET/PT --
-- Team Tackles 120-Year-Old Lizzie Borden Murder Mystery in Halloween Week Episode -
(Silver Spring, Md.) - Brad and Barry Klinge are back for another chilling season of GHOST LAB, kicking off with a special sneak peek on October 19th at 10 PM and airing regularly on Thursdays at 10 PM beginning October 21st. The series features "Everyday Paranormal," an investigative team founded by the San Antonio-based brothers. With the help of the latest technology and a decked-out travelling "ghost lab" - a mobile research and investigative hub used for research, real time analysis (for more on real time analysis, watch this clip:http://dsc.discovery.com/videos/ghost-lab-paranormal-prototype.html) and two-way communication - they tackle some of America's most haunted locations.
This season the brothers head to Gettysburg, the site of Brad's first paranormal experience that sparked his and his brother's interest in investigating these phenomena (episode premieres October 19 at 10PM; embeddable clip:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10R8kldDog8; reporters can screen entire first episode online athttp://press.discovery.com/us/dsc/programs/ghost-lab/videos/streaming/). They also travel to New England where they call in a prosecutor to help uncover who may have really killed Lizzie Borden's parents. The team takes on the icy depths of Lake Superior, where shipwrecks may have spirits lurking in watery graves, and later in the season, Brad and Barry go guns blazing to Deadwood...where they may have to face down the ghost of Wild Bill Hickok.
GHOST LAB is produced for Discovery Channel by Go Go Lucky Entertainment, where Gary Auerbach is the executive producer, with Paper Route Productions, where Alan LaGarde is the executive producer. For Discovery Channel, Tim Pastore is executive producer.