Scoop: The Tennessee Wraith Chasers of Travel Channel's 'Haunted Live' Investigate Two Rivers Mansion in Nashville
Haunted Live "10-19-18" - Premieres Friday, October 19 at 10 p.m. ET/PT
The Tennessee Wraith Chasers investigate Nashville's Two Rivers Mansion. Built by David H. McGavock in 1859, the mansion was once the center of an 1,100-acre plantation and home to the McGavock family for three generations. The remains of nearly 100 Native Americans were found during its construction, but they were never returned to rest. Instead, the owner decorated the property fence with their skulls and the children used the burial war clubs as toys. Today, people visiting the mansion feel an immediate presence and the phantom sounds of footsteps are common. The female apparition of Lula McGavock wanders the grand halls. Her baby died of a mysterious illness at a young age and she died shortly after. The neighboring 1802 house, where THE FAMILY lived during construction of the mansion, houses a dark energy that has been known to bring people to tears. Could this be the disturbed spirits of the unearthed Native Americans and is this dark energy the reason why Lula seems to be trapped in the mansion?
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Viewers are invited to join the action in "Haunted Live," a live interactive paranormal investigation series featuring paranormal experts, the Tennessee Wraith Chasers, and hosted by Jamie Kaler. The team - Chris Smith, Steven "Doogie" McDougal, Scott Porter, Brannon Smith and Mike Goncalves - relies on a unique combination of scientific method and spiritual faith to navigate investigations. Each week, they'll reveal a new haunted location to the public and utilize their skills, technology and unique experiments to capture evidence of paranormal activity in a live and unfiltered paranormal investigation. Through an on-location live video stream, viewers can monitor the investigation activity on Travel Channel's Facebook Live platform and comment on any findings in real time, directing the team where to investigate next. Fans can follow Travel Channel's social media pages and visit Facebook to join a special pre-hunt Q&A with the Tennessee Wraith Chasers. #HauntedLive [Hour-long episodes]
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