Halifax, NS - Eastlink TV enters the world of the paranormal this fall with "Ghost Cases". Every Sunday at 8pm, hosts Holly Stevens and Paul Kimball journey into the strange and unexplained world of ghosts. Their mission: to prove, or disprove paranormal existence.
From the Maritimes to the UK, Holly and Paul use an assortment of tools in their search to capture evidence including infrared cameras and digital recorders that may capture voices from beyond.
"Are ghosts real? I don't know. As a sceptic, I keep an open mind, particularly when confronted with a myriad of stories from credible eyewitnesses," says host Paul Kimball. "We're willing to take a look and consider the possibilities, and in doing so we open ourselves to the possibility that we might just find something new."
"We are very excited to have this program in our fall line-up," says Director of Eastlink TV, Michael Smith. "Ghost stories seem to be quite prevalent in our Maritime communities and certainly capture the attention of many. We think our viewers will really enjoy this program."
"Ghost Cases" airs every Sunday at 8pm. "Ghost Cases" is a joint project between Eastlink TV, Clerisy Entertainment and Redstar Films Limited. To learn more about any of Eastlink TV's programming, please visit www.Eastlink.ca/EastlinkTV.aspx.
Operating from its headquarters in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Eastlink is the fifth largest cable company in Canada and was the first to offer customers local telephone service over a state-of-the-art digital network. Eastlink is one of Canada's 50 Best Managed Companies with more than 900 employees who provide a range of communications, entertainment & advertising services to residential, business and public sector customers across the Atlantic Provinces. For more information on Eastlink products and services, please visit www.eastlink.ca
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