Haunted Highway, Season 1HDClosed Captioning
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Haunted Highway puts the pedal to the metal as Jack Osbourne and his friend Dana Workman do their own first-person investigations of the most frightening claims of paranormal activity along America's remote back roads. Fueled by eyewitness interviews and evidence collected by Jack's state-of-the-art equipment, he and Dana will travel alone, self-documenting their harrowing face-to-face encounters with the paranormal.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBear Lake Beast / Vergas Hairy Man||In the premiere episode of Haunted Highway, Jack Osbourne and his researcher, Dana Workman, venture to Bear Lake in remote Utah on the search of the elusive Bear Lake Beast. A reptilian monster over 20 feet long, this creature has been sighted by many but never captured on tape. Their investigation reveals some startling anomalies out there on the dark waters, and culminates in a risky night dive where Jack heads to the depths of the lake in search of the creature’s hunting grounds. Next, in Vergas, Minnesota, Jael de Pardo and Devin Marble trek through the dense forests on the trail of a creature known to locals as the Hairy Man. This creature is reported to be an aggressive 8 foot humanoid and responsible for the occasional attack over the years. When they reach the last known location, they find some compelling evidence that this giant may not be a legend after all!||43:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoDarkman of Standing Rock / Blackstar Shadow Man||In this episode of Haunted Highway, out on the desolate prairies of North Dakota, investigators Jael de Pardo and Devin Marble hit the trail on horseback to confront a dreaded legend that is said to prey on the weak and vulnerable. Known by many names, the Darkman of Standing Rock has the locals too scared to speak of it. Jael and Devin must overcome their fears as they venture out into the lonely darkness of the Darkman’s home turf, hoping to come face to face with the demon. As a thunderstorm explodes across the pitch black grasslands, Jael gets a closer look than she bargained for!||43:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoUtah Skinwalker / Ozark Howler||In this episode of Haunted Highway, Jack Osbourne and his researcher, Dana Workman, head to a desolate section of Utah, searching for the terrifying Skinwalker. A shadowy, shape-shifting demon claimed to be able to assume the form of animals, this legend has haunted the region for decades. With the ground search proving frustrating, Jack decides to get a camera in the air to see if they can see what seems to always be a step ahead of them.||43:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEl Dorado Hell Hounds / Georgia Skinstealer||In this episode of Haunted Highway, Jack Osbourne and his researcher Dana Workman head to the deserts of Nevada on the hunt for the ghostly Hell Hounds of El Dorado Canyon. These terrifying spectral demon dogs are said to wander the desolate mines of the area, and locals claim they can be summoned by the rattling of chains. Jack has to employ some unorthodox techniques to gather evidence, and once they get deep into a mine tunnel, it seems they are not alone! Meanwhile, Jael de Pardo and Devin Marble journey into the swamps of Georgia on the trail of an ancient soul-sucking entity known as the Skinstealer. This demon is believed to prey on sleeping victims, crouching over their bodies and sucking the life force out of them like a vampire sucks blood. Always game to do whatever it takes, Jael ends the investigation with the ultimate challenge: she sleeps while Devin waits for the arrival of the Skinstealer. It's not just nightmares that end up disturbing her sleep.||43:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoLouisiana Swamp Woman / Pioneer Cemetary||Hit the road with Jael, Devin, Jack and Dana as they investigate a Louisiana swamp legend and more.||43:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSilver City Ghost Town / Shunka Warakin||In this episode of Haunted Highway, Jael and Devin hit the road to Idaho and arrive in the abandoned town of Silver City. This Old Western ghost town has been plagued with rumors of multiple ghostly visitations. Crisscrossed by dangerous underground mines and featuring a hotel where many have died tragically, this place is called a "ghost town" for a reason! A tense night investigation reveals paranormal activity on a scale Devin and Jael are shocked to discover, and an EVP session conducted by Jael in a hidden isolation chamber leads to a terrifying climax to the investigation. The team then heads out to rural Montana on the search for a ferocious cryptid predator that has been stalking the prairies for centuries. The Shunka Warakin is named in the native tongue as a "carrier of dogs" due to its ability to hunt and drag away the livestock of the area. Described as a fast, giant wolf-like creature, Jael and Devin have to exercise caution as they track the beast on its own territory. They decide that the best plan is try to lure the monster with live bait, but on the night investigation they begin to wonder whether they are the hunters or the prey!||43:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
Sorry, but seriously boring and not even worth a star.
Fun to watch
Loved the first episode, like the fact that if there is a logical explanation they don't dismiss it just to confirm there findings don't see that a lot in paranormal shows.
In an effort to build up the spooky factor, the show hosts show feigned tension, fear and anxiety at the mere sound of the wind or a few waves hitting the boat. Creative editing and the use of hand held camera aids to create a "Paranormal"-esque feel but it just doesn't ring with authenticity. Their "conclusions" are based on zero findings. The "well, we didn't find anything this time but that doesn't prove there ain't something out there" reasoning is just silly.
If you want to watch people act scared or attempt to scare themselves during their "investigations" then this is the show for you. I wanted the show to be good, but it's not even fun. In fact, it's more of a unintentional comedy.