Barkerville Ghost Stories: Is This Ghost Town Haunted? – We Want to Believe – JoBlo.com

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The Paranormal Network YouTube channel is getting this week started off with a new episode of the We Want to Believe video series, and you can check it out in the embed above! In this episode, the We Want to Believe team heads over to the historic gold rush town of Barkerville, which is said to be “a hot spot for ghost sightings and hauntings.” There are more than 125 buildings in this town, and apparently each one has its own ghost story. So check out the video to see what happened when the We Want to Believe team went there to investigate.

This episode is part 1 of a two-parter called The Ghost Town.

Written and Directed by Jason Hewlett, We Want to Believe is

a paranormal reality show that takes an un-Hollywood approach to the pseudo science of paranormal investigation. Episodes chronicle investigations by writer/director/investigator Jason Hewlett, paranormal investigator Peter Renn and their team as they tackle hauntings, spectral encounters, Bigfoot, UFO sightings, and other high strangeness. No false evidence, no camera tricks or special effects — this is the real deal; what you see is raw and intact.

Hewlett also produces We Want to Believe with Jason Morris. The show is Executive Produced by Berge Garabedian. This episode was Edited by Jason Morris. Hewlett is joined in the cast of the show by Peter Renn, Shawn Knippelberg, Sarah Jane, Brandon Knippelberg, and Marcus Flor.

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A couple of the previous episodes of We Want to Believe can be seen below. To see more episodes and to take a look at our other paranormal shows, head over to the Paranormal Network YouTube channel, which is dedicated to things like UFOs, hauntings, and cryptids. If you like it, subscribe while you’re there! You can learn more about Paranormal Network at THIS LINK.

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