October 12, 2007 12:01 AM by Joe Blackmon
Reality TV Magazine reported back in May of 2007 on Most Haunted Live
coming to the United States for the first time ever. On their first
trip, Most Haunted Live investigated Philadelphia’s Eastern State
Penitentiary in a special that aired in early June, 2007 on the Travel
Channel. Now, we’re happy to report that Most Haunted Live is coming
back to the United States.
The Most Haunted Live team will be returning to investigate the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, California. Head investigator Yvette Fielding, spiritual medium David Wells, and the rest of the Most Haunted Live team will conduct a 7-hour investigation. Utilizing night-vision cameras, thermal-imaging devices and other paranormal investigation tools, the team will perform a thorough investigation of the mansion and attempt to communicate with the paranormal.
Their investigation will lead them into the basement, through secret passageways, and to the mysterious sÃƒance room where Sarah Winchester sought help from spirits to guide her vision to build what is now a 161-room estate. The architecture of the house – doors that lead to steep drop-offs; stairs that lead to ceilings; and a skylight built inside the house – will add an element of surprise.
There will also be an interactive aspect to the Most Haunted Live experience for TV viewers. Multiple web cams will stream live images from selected areas within the mansion. Viewers will actively participate in the broadcast by posting paranormal sightings, well wishes for the team, and suggestions on rooms to investigate, predictions and premonitions via message boards, text messaging, and faxing psychic art. Selected user-submitted content will be presented during the interactive segments of the event, as well as scrolled across the bottom of the screen during the live investigation. The special will air on October 19 at 9PM ET/PT on Travel Channel.