This isn't the first Destination America series for The Tennessee Wraith Chasers (TWC), they appeared on the spooky and top-rated series "Ghost Asylum." Chris and the rest of the team used what they called "ghost traps" to try and capture spirits from some of the most reportedly haunted and abandoned asylums, sanitariums, and mental hospitals across the country.

These clever designs were created by Porter, with Brannon often helping him turn his ideas into functioning traps.

Although the traps didn't yield any concrete proof that ghosts exist, the TWC group conducted several exciting and intriguing paranormal investigations. The team already has a loyal and still-growing fan base that will undoubtedly be thrilled to learn that the team is returning with eight spine-tingling episodes of "Haunted Towns."

The team will now be investigating the most haunted towns in America

The Paranormal Investigators will be busy conducting interviews, doing historical research, and investigating locations where there are reports of supernatural activity in the towns they visit.

They will also bring with them the latest in technological devices, which are all designed to help them document evidence. Capturing substantial evidence is key to deciphering the mystery behind the hauntings, and the TWC team will do their best to separate fact from fiction on each investigation.

The team will travel to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, to conduct their first paranormal investigation. Over 51,000 soldiers died during the major battle, and there are numerous reports of ghostly sightings and other unusual events occurring in the area.

Later, they will be heading to other eerie locales such Salem, Massachusetts, and Savannah, Georgia, where there have been hauntings reported in the area around where a former gallows once stood. Other sites include Fall River, Massachusetts, home of the infamous Lizzie Borden, and the site of the tragic 1900 Camp Creek train crash, where dozens of passengers lost their lives in the area of McDonough, Georgia.

Jane Latman, general manager of Destination America, noted that "Haunted Towns" is about so much more than just ghost stories. Stories of hauntings are passed down from one generation to the next, and the team would like to find out if there is any truth to the legends to discover what is going on in each town they visit. Latman added that no team is more prepared for the challenge of confirming ghostly legends that involve entire towns than "our beloved Tennessee Wraith Chasers."

Are you a fan of the Tennessee Wraith Chasers and will you be watching their new series?

Leave your comments, thoughts, and opinions below. "Haunted Towns" debuts on Tuesday, August 15 at 10 p.m. ET on Destination America. For fans who can't wait that long, the premiere episode can be viewed a week earlier on Monday, August 7 on DestinationAmerica.com.

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