The six-part series follows the two as they confine themselves in America’s most terrifying places for an unprecedented 72 hours straight. Living at haunted locations, many of which have never before been seen on television, some being investigated for the first time ever, Groff and Weidman believe that the longer they stay, the more the spirits will communicate with them and the more information they can gather about the unknown.
From the creepy Kreischer Mansion on Staten Island to the foreboding Franklin Castle in Cleveland the goosebumps will be endless.
They’ll be using state-of-the-art equipment that no one else has. Filming in 6k cameras which help to capture evidence on film, as well as recording on a GeoBox which has such strong audio capability, you’re able to crisply and clearly hear any voices from the other side.
Nick Groff has been fascinated with the paranormal ever since surviving a near-death experience as a child. Now, he chases ghosts full-time with the goal of finding new evidence of the afterlife and discovering a breakthrough in paranormal research.
Katrina Weidman is paranormal researcher and investigator, host, producer, and lecturer. She’s best known for her role on A&E’s hit series Paranormal State, in which she worked on hundreds of cases of unexplained supernatural phenomena and interviewed thousands of witnesses with the world-renowned Paranormal Research Society (PRS) from 2006-2011.