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NEW YORK, Dec. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Do ghosts exist? If not, why do we see them? On each episode of Panoply Media's podcast Haunted, host Danny Robins looks at a real life ghost stories in forensic detail, trying to figure out what really happened with the help of experts, skeptics and the people who witnessed something they just can't explain.
"Haunted appeals to both believers and skeptics of ghost stories, and looks at the rational explanations behind paranormal activity," said Andy Bowers, Chief Content Officer of Panoply Media. "Listeners love the way the show doesn't back away from the terror some witnesses experienced, but doesn't take the supernatural theories for granted either."
Robins is an award-winning writer and broadcaster for TV and radio with numerous accolades for his work - including nominations for BAFTA and RTS Awards, and Sony Radio Academy Awards. During the season he explores ghost stories of all types. Robins visits a famous racetrack where drivers are said to return from the dead, sees a suburban house that is haunted by a racist ex-tenant, talks to a widower who shares his bed with a phantom, and also meets the parents who became convinced a ghost wanted to kill their baby daughter.
A new episode of Haunted is released weekly beginning on October 23rd and ending December 26th. To listen to Haunted, please subscribe or download on Apple Podcasts, or your favorite podcasting app. For more information about each episode, please visit Haunted.
Below is a summary of a select few episodes this season.
October 31: The House That Had to be Sold
A dream home turns into a nightmare as two newlyweds conclude a violent ghost is threatening their baby daughter.
November 7: The 100mph Ghost
In 1913 race car driver Percy Lambert died trying to win back his speed record - but still won't leave the track.
November 21: The Woman in the Corner
Jim lost his wife 20 years ago, but now a ghostly woman visits him in the night.
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