— Klinge Brothers Use State-of-the-Art Technology and Noted Historical Experts to Test Scientific Theories, Setting New Standard for Investigations —
(Los Angeles, Calif.) – A door slammed shut but there was no wind. A voice was heard but no one was around. A stranger appeared in the distance but was gone in seconds. Everyone has a ghost story. But imagine having hundreds of ghost stories, many of them documented, including one of the most phenomenal events ever recorded – an actual ghost regiment. Meet Brad and Barry Klinge, two Texas brothers who founded Everyday Paranormal, an investigation team that has set a new standard in research. The Klinges and their team of investigators are featured in the all-new 13-part series GHOST LAB, to premiere this fall on Discovery Channel.
The Klinge brothers aren’t satisfied with merely going into a home with the hopes of catching a voice on tape. They want to test real scientific theories. With the help of the latest technology, a decked-out travelling "ghost lab" and one of the world’s foremost specialists in science measurements, they test cutting-edge theories. Is there more ghost activity around water? Are spirits attached to specific items or locations? The Klinge brothers are on a mission to find out. And they aren’t testing these theories in ordinary places. Instead, they are tackling some of America’s most haunted locations – including Tombstone, Ariz., home to some of the most violent deaths in history and a hotbed of activity, and the Shreveport Auditorium, where Elvis got his start and may have not left the building.
GHOST LAB is produced for Discovery Channel by Go Go Lucky Entertainment, where Gary Auerbach is the executive producer, with Paper Route Productions, where Alan LaGarde is the executive producer. For Discovery Channel, Tim Pastore is executive producer.