Travel Channel’s Paranormal Paparazzi takes viewers to out-of-the-way places

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Asheville, N.C. native, and paranormal investigator, Joshua P. Warren is a cast member on the Travel Channel’s new series, Paranormal Paparazzi. … Warren, who will appear on every episode, is one of six reporters sent around the country to explore strange activity in a fast-paced, fun forum.  …

Paranormal Paprazzi reporter Rachel Fine visits the supposedly-haunted Yankee Pedlar Inn in Torrington, CT.

“This has been an amazing year,” says Warren. “Paranormal Paparazzi has been called the TMZ of the paranormal. We’re based in a news room in Manhattan, and our ‘editor-in-chief,’ Aaron Sagers, sends us on missions. Perhaps the greatest thing about the show is its sense of humor. We had a blast!”

The show is Executive-Produced by Zak Bagans, creator of the popular Ghost Adventures TV series that has aired on the Travel Channel for six seasons, and enters its seventh this month. Here’s how the Travel Channel describes the show:

The all-new original series Paranormal Paparazzi features eight half-hour episodes, each of which follows Aaron Sagers’ (journalist, pop culture enthusiast, editor-in-chief of the Paranormal Pop Culture blog) hand-picked team of reporters as they travel around the country tracking down the most current, bizarre and unsolved paranormal stories.

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