Bio’s ‘My Ghost Story’ seeks to showcase paranormal experiences in southern Arizonaby Cherlyn Gardner Strong on Nov. 19, 2010, under Ghosts and Hauntings
My Ghost Story premiered earlier this summer on the Biography channel. The series features segments in which people tell their story of experiences with the paranormal. Narrated by the eyewitnesses themselves, an episode generally begins with the eyewitness saying: “My ghost story started when…”
Each story is backed by evidence captured by the eyewitness (video, film, photographs, EVPs, etc.). Some may share additional evidence of their claims, usually in the form of historical facts about the reportedly haunted location. The episodes feature re-enactments and eyewitness interviews. The show does not attempt to prove or debunk the cases.
Although some of these cases may have involved paranormal investigations, this show does not feature paranormal teams. The evidence featured on a show may have teen captured by a team, but the producers of the show keep the focus on the persons who directly experienced and lived with the activity. Paranormal teams can recommend to their clients that their story should be featured on the show.
The show airs on Saturday nights, which first captured my attention while channel surfing, and I do watch it regularly. It would be great to see an episode focused on one or more of the many experiences of Arizona residents.
To submit your evidence to the show, visit the program’s submission website. To watch the show, tune in on Saturday nights at 10/9 C.
Copyright © 2010 Cherlyn Gardner Strong