You know around the DC offices we're total paranormal buffs. Still, not a single one of us could stomach watching the TV show "The Ghost Whisperer". Hopefully, though, the show's producers, Kim Moses and Ian Sander, can capture something of spectral interest with their latest shot at paranormal spookery, "Ghost Town" and "Ghost World".
Deadline Hollywood reports:
Sander and Moses’ reality project, tentatively called "Ghost Town", is a half-hour show that would feature well-known psychic Maureen Hancock as she goes "coast to coast calling up the past, seeing the future, and contacting spirits." Hancock travels the country in real-life, doing Postcards From Heaven shows.
Additionally, Moses and Sander are behind "Ghost World." Written by What About Brian creator Dana Stevens and produced by ABC Studios, it is about a ghost on the other side who helps an ambitious young female homicide detective solve crimes in the hopes of uncovering clues to his own life and death and centers on the mysterious, intense and sometimes infuriating connection the two feel toward each other.