"Ghost Brothers" is a reality series on TLC about three best friends who comprise the Southeast's newest and most dynamic paranormal investigation team. The first season aired on Destination America before the series moved to TLC for its sophomore season.

Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass and Marcus Harvey are on a mission to uncover whether some unique, legendary "haunted" houses are the real deal. Raised in religious households, they were taught that "messing" with the dead is dangerous business, but some unexplained experiences of their own piqued their intense fascination, ultimately driving them to find out firsthand just how spooky the supernatural can be. Blending natural curiosity with comedic flair, these charismatic characters offer a fresh, funny and unique take on the spirit world.

As budding enthusiasts of paranormal investigation, the "Ghost Brothers" take a passionate hobby to the next level in some of the country's most haunted locations. By day, Dalen and Juwan are fashion designers with their own label called Loren Spratt, though, in their off time, they have been investigating haunted houses, hotels and cemeteries together since 2011. Marcus, a comedian and "Barber to the Stars," met Dalen in 2009 and now, as an "experienced" ghost hunter, he considers himself the Peter Venkman of the trio.

Haunted hot spots explored in the series include the Magnolia Hotel in Seguin, Texas; Prospect Place in Trinway, Ohio; Allen House in Monticello, Arkansas; Magnolia Plantation in Derry, Louisiana; Delta Queen Steamboat in Houma, Louisiana; and the Fitzpatrick Hotel in Washington, Georgia.

"Ghost Brothers" is produced for TLC by Pilgrim Media Group in association with Crybaby Media. Craig Piligian and Mike Nichols are executive producers for Pilgrim, with Danny Passman as executive producer for Crybaby.


Network: TLC
Genre: Reality
Premiere Date: April 15, 2016
Seasons: 2
Production Companies:
Pilgrim Media Group
Crybaby Media

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