14 Mar 2015
Experience The Making of The Dead Files
Ever wonder what goes into the making of an episode of Travel Channel’s “The Dead Files,” starring former NYPD Homicide Detective Steve DiSchiavi and medium Amy Allan? Wonder no more!
“THE DEAD FILES” – New Season Premieres Saturday, April 25, at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on Travel Channel
Former NYPD Homicide Detective Steve DiSchiavi and medium Amy Allan are a powerful paranormal investigative duo with a proven track record of uncanny accuracy. In season seven of “The Dead Files,” DiSchiavi and Allan head back on the road to help beleaguered homeowners as they uncover paranormal histories and mysteries buried within all-new haunted locations. As they arrive on scene, DiSchiavi and Allan investigate each case independently of one another to preserve the integrity of their individual findings. As a physical medium, Allan sees and communicates with the dead, uncovering layers of paranormal activity beyond anyone’s imagination. Harnessing his detective skills, DiSchiavi researches the facts – interrogating witnesses, experts and perusing records to understand each location’s history, however dark or buried it may be. The team avoids all contact with each other until the very end, when they reveal their shocking discoveries to the homeowner in each episode’s intense conclusion. Drawing upon her experiences with the supernatural, Allan then provides much-needed advice for each client so they can restore peace and a sense of normalcy within their lives.
Featured locations this season: Montego Bay, Jamaica (*Premiere*); Falconer, N.Y.; Independence, Ore.; Macon, Ga.; Oregon, Ill.; Covington, La.; Struthers, Ohio; Delaware, Ohio; Coupland, Texas; Marshall, Mo.; Albuquerque, N.M.; Delmont, Penn.
For more info visit “The Dead Files” on Travel Channel, and “like” “The Dead Files” on Facebook. In addition be sure to follow @stevedischiavi and @amyallantdf on Twitter using the hashtag #DeadFiles.