The Dead Files, on the Travel Channel, is currently looking for new cases to investigate on our second season - and we'd like to find the perfect story in Maine.According to the website, "The Dead Files team approaches every case from their two specific areas of expertise: Steve DiSchiavi is a Homicide Detective and Amy Allan is a Physical Medium. They are a paranormal team like no other, combining their unique, eclectic and often-conflicting skills to solve unexplained paranormal phenomena in haunted locations across America."
If any of your readers have a home or business that is haunted and need answers, they can submit their story at www.helpmedeadfiles.com or they can even reach out to me directly.
To learn more about our show, you can go to www.travelchannel.com and click on The Dead Files under "Shows."
Thanks so much!
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Friday, November 11, 2011
Dead Files TV show looking for stories!
Hey everyone, just thought I'd pass this along -- Erin Krozek, producer, emailed me earlier this week hoping to scare up some ideas from Strange Maine readers. See below for ways to submit your case.
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