Discovery+ is bringing back Ghost Brothers: Lights Out for a second season, just in time for Halloween and Ghostober. As we all know, October is prime time for ghost hunting, so the timing is perfect.
The Ghost Brothers have a unique way of exploring haunted locations, and it involves not only the usual ghost hunting equipment, but also plenty of humor along the way. For season two of Ghost Brothers: Lights Out, Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass and Marcus Harvey will be exploring well-known and iconic locations such as the Perron family farmhouse and Waverly Hills.
When talking about the new season, Spratt said, “This is honestly the first time that I think we’ve taken things a bit too far…and that says a lot coming from me.” Adds Mass: “Things get dark! I almost wish we could just keep the Lights ON! LOL.”
The chilling fun begins on Friday, October 7, when the first three episodes will be available to binge on discovery+. After that, a new episode will premiere each Friday.
Here’s a breakdown of season two’s episodes of Ghost Brothers: Lights Out:
The Shank – The Ghost Brothers visit Ohio State Reformatory to investigate reports of haunting activity. While confronting the entities in the massive building, they find themselves targets.
Roadhouse Reckoning – The guys check out Bobby Mackey’s Music World, where a slaughterhouse was located in the 1800s. The building’s basement is said by some to be the gateway to hell, and there are rumors of demonic possession and reported footsteps heard on the stairs.
The Perron Family Nightmare – The Ghost Brothers get the chance to investigate the farmhouse involved in the true story that inspired The Conjuring, and are willing to do just about anything to find answers.
Trouble A-Brewin’ – Visitors to Savannah, Georgia know all the haunted locations, and the Moon River Brewing Company is definitely a hot spot (on a personal note, I myself have led a paranormal investigation at Moon River). When the guys investigate the basement of the brewery, they think they may have found a supernatural portal.
Alone in the Asylum – The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum is another very well-known haunted location, and it’s a massive location to investigate. The Brothers put themselves at risk by splitting up to search for a black mass referred to as “The Creeper.”
Midnight Movie Show – Dalen, Juwan and Marcus explore the very haunted historical Tampa Theatre. Since the movie theatre opened in 1926, it’s had years to collect ghosts, including The Lady in White and a former projectionist named Fink Finley.
Texas Hurricane Horror – Galveston, Texas suffered a monstrous hurricane in 1900, which resulted in the loss of thousands of lives. The Menard House withstood the storm, but the owner’s son at the time wrote about finding 10 bodies on the property. Yellow fever also brought illness and death, making the house the perfect spot for a haunting. The guys investigate the manor, suspecting a dark family secret may contribute to the paranormal activity.
The Haunting of Waverly Hills – Every fan of ghost hunting knows about Waverly Hills Sanatorium, which opened in 1910 to house tuberculosis patients. With stories that include 50,000 bodies disposed of through a chute, and a tunnel used to transport said bodies so the living patients could not see them, there is bound to be haunting activity. Dalen, Juwan and Marcus not only explore the property, but actually use body bags to provoke the ghosts.
Ghost Brothers fans, are you excited about the iconic locations that will be explored on the second season of Ghost Brothers: Lights Out? Tell us about it in the comments section.