“Paranomral Survivor” is a Canadian produced paranormal docuseries that airs on The Travel Channel and Netflix. The show premiered in 2015 and just wrapped its sixth season. One of many paranormal realty shows, “Paranormal Survivor” doesn’t rely too much on gimmicks with teams and equipment investigating haunted locations. Instead, “Paranormal Survivor” shows real people describing past experiences with the paranormal. Actors partake in re-enactments and while there are some spooky gimmicks for affect, the stories can be interesting to hear. Here are 10 things you didn’t know about Travel Channel’s “Paranormal Survivor:”
1. It’s one of many popular paranormal programs
Paranormal docuseries and “ghost hunter” shows have been popular throughout the past two decades. Series like “Ghost Hunters” and “Paranormal State” and “Ghost Adventures” are just some of the first to air that show teams of ghost hunters going into haunted sites, interviewing witnesses and gathering evidence of the paranormal. Other popular shows like “A Haunting” and “Paranormal Witness” focus more on telling the stories of paranormal phenomena people have experienced and re-enacting events from the past. “Paranormal Survivor” falls into to the last category.