New US paranormal show, "The R.I.P. Files," debuts Friday, April 25th, at 11:30 pm on the Crime & Investigation Network in both Australia and New Zealand. Cast members Patricia Marin, Lisa Linden, Mark C. Higgins, and Krystal Porras will be available on Twitter during the show. Fans can join the conversation at #theripfilestv.
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PRLog (Press Release) - Apr. 23, 2014 - WASHINGTON, D.C. -- "The R.I.P. Files" is a different kind of paranormal TV show, featuring a female-led cast of psychic investigators. Based in Washington DC, the team's goal is to interact with the entities they encounter at haunted locations. They encourage the spirits to share their stories in their own words through amazing EVPs and other evidence that is bridging the gap between the worlds of science and spirituality.
The 30-minute, 10-episode series debuts on Friday, April 25th, at 11:30 pm on the Crime & Investigation Network in both Australia and New Zealand.
Investigators Patricia Marin, Lisa Linden, Mark C. Higgins, and Krystal Porras will be available live on Twitter during the premiere in Australia and New Zealand to share their paranormal experiences. Viewers can join the conversation at #theripfilesTV. The R.I.P. Team can also be reached through their Facebook page, which has almost 160,000 fans and is a popular resource for discussion of all things paranormal, and also via their website, www.theripfiles.tv.
The first episode, "Blood is Wonderful," was filmed on location at St. Albans, an abandoned sanitarium with a sinister reputation located in Radford, Virginia. Among other convincing evidence, "Blood is Wonderful" includes 17 chilling examples of clear spirit voices, as unseen entities comment on the activities of the investigators and answer their questions.
The cast members of "The R.I.P. Files" are experienced paranormal investigators who handle a wide variety of cases, including businesses, homes, and historic locations. Anyone who thinks they may be experiencing paranormal activity is encouraged to contact the team. "We network with other paranormal groups and researchers around the world," R.I.P. founder Patricia Marin explained. "We can help you determine whether any odd activity you're experiencing might actually be paranormal and, if necessary, we can get you the help you need."