Kesha conjures up new paranormal series on discovery+

Conjuring Kesha - Courtesy discovery+
Conjuring Kesha - Courtesy discovery+ /

Discovery+ is on a mission to build up their paranormal content, and with Conjuring Kesha, the streaming platform is bringing a Grammy-nominated pop star along for the ride.

Beginning Friday, July 8, fans can follow Kesha’s journey as she explores myths, legends and haunted locations, often joined by her famous friends. The first two episodes will premier on July 8,and new episodes will debut each Friday through August 5.

Kesha says her dive into the supernatural was instigated by “my insatiable curiosity, my eternal searching for something bigger than myself.” She even has a podcast (Kesha and the Creepies), and credits it with starting her off on her quest to prove or disprove the unexplainable.

During the six-episode season, Kesha and her celebrity guests will explore reported demonic activity, investigate a haunted opera house, and even go on a search for Bigfoot (which seems to be a running theme this year on Travel Channel and discovery+ series).

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Of course, discovery+ is ensuring that plenty of paranormal experts are chiming in, so guests such as psychics Cindy Kaza and Chip Coffey, as well as Bigfoot expert Ronny LeBlanc will be helping out.

Here’s what you can expect to see on the first season of Conjuring Kesha, only on discovery+:

Episode 1: Not Today, Satan (July 8) – Comedian Whitney Cummings joins Kesha in Tennessee as they investigate the notoriously haunted “Bloody Brushy,” a shuttered penitentiary where violent criminals were housed. It’s here that Kesha manages to make contact with what may very well be a demonic presence.

Episode 2 Songs for the Dead (July 8) – Pop star Betty Who and Kesha, still in Tennessee, explore Antoinette Hall, an historic opera house. There, they encounter aggressive entities.

Episode 3: A Terrifying Truth (July 15) – Kesha and rapper/actor GaTa pay a visit to the creepy Westerfield House in San Francisco, where the ghost of Harry Hodini is said to reside. Also the site of an unsolved murder, the Westerfield House gives the two paranormal explorers a run for their money.

Episode 4: Into Bigfoot’s Lair (July 22) – Kesha brings Jojo Fletcher with her to Mount Shasta, which has the dubious honor of holding the record for the most missing person cases of any US national park. Bigfoot expert Ronny LeBlanc joins them in hopes of laying eyes on the big guy himself.

Episode 5: Kesha Faces Mortality (July 29) – Supermodel Karen Elson is the special guest for this episode, which dives into the legend of a notorious secret society known as the Odd Fellows. Paranormal activity kicks into high gear as the women investigate the Odd Fellows’ lodge.

Episode 6: Descent Into Madness (August 5) – Kesha visits Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in West Virginia, joined by rapper Big Freedia. Luckily, psychic Chip Coffey is also there when violent paranormal activity gets stirred up.

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