(Above: The Haunted Space co-founders Groff and Saint)
Fans of televised paranormal investigations will get their own live streaming channel when The Haunted Space launches Saturday, January 27, with Chad Lindberg’s Badass Celebrity Ghost Hunt at 7 pm ET. The 90-minute event promises to take place in an “iconic location” with “your favorite celebrity guests.”
If ghost-hunting shows have become a “cottage entertainment industry,” as previously noted by The Savvy Screener, then The Haunted Space boasts some of that industry’s best talent.
Lindberg, for instance, co-hosted Destination America’s Ghost Stalkers. That series was executive produced by Nick Groff, a Haunted Space co-founder who is probably best-known as on-air investigator for both Travel Channel’s long-running Ghost Adventures and TLC’s Paranormal Lockdown, which he similarly exec produced. The Haunted Space’s two other co-founders are Elizabeth Saint, a co-investigator with Groff on Destination America’s Ghosts of Shepherdstown; and Justin Narragon, also an exec producer of Paranormal Lockdown.
The Haunted Space has yet to schedule the premieres of its other weekly live streaming shows, which include such titles as Tarot Date with Ken Boggle, Johnny Houser Vs, Dead X Radio, Haus of Schreck, Paramormal Hood and The Occult Collector. After the live airings, shows will be available on demand.
The founders of The Haunted Space, which you can find online at thehaunted.space, plan to introduce additional channels in the next few months. First up will be The Cryptid Space (for the layperson, cryptids are legendary animals like the Loch Ness Monster and Bigfoot). Other channels planned under the umbrella brand of Vidi Space include The Live Music Space, The Documentary Space, The Indie Space and The Traveler Space. For updates on all the channels, visit vidi.space.
The streamer plans to add availability soon on iOS, Android, Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV. Content will be available both by subscription and a la carte, it said, but thehaunted.space does not yet note any pricing.
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