Paranormal 911 Investigations was honored to have several of their investigations chosen by the Biography Channel to be shown on MY GHOST STORY.
"Destination Eternity" which was the investigation of the crash site of Allegheny Flight #853. This segment features our founders, Sean and Mary Barrett.
"Ghost Central Station" was our Bio Channel segment of the investigation of Central House, a Signature feature of our Ghost Hunts. This segment featured P911 team member Lori Rose and The Central House Curator, Pat Hicks.
"Spirits on Tap" was a Paranormal 911 investigation was of Si Greene's Pub on the East Side of Indianapolis. This segment features The Owner Jerry maple, and Ben Risinger.
"Howl at the Moon" was a Paranormal 911 investigation of the Clippety Do Dawg grooming salon in Cumberland, Indiana. This segment features Kelly Mote Haggard and her sister, Becky Mote Sutton.
"Spooky Speakeasy" which was the investigation of The Gas Light Inn in Indianapolis, This segment featured P911 team investigator Melissa Lapadat and Joe DeMore of the Gas Light Inn.
"Restless Restroom" which was our investigation of Hurricane Patty's Restaurant in St. Augustine, FL. This segment featured team member Lance Dunlap and Hurricane Patty's manager, Alyssa Drake.
"The Haunting of Buggs Temple" was our investigation of Buggs Temple, home of Creation Cafe and Euphoria restaurant. This segment featured P911 team member Kelly Payne and general manager of Buggs Temple, Dan Hart.
"Mirror, Mirror on the Chifferobe" was an investigation of a private residence in Martinsville, Indiana. Appearing in this segment was P911 team intuitive Jeffrey Poe along with home owner Lori Smith Elliott.
"A Very Complex Ghost" was our Bio Channel segment of the investigation of Bonaparte's Retreat, a Signature feature of our Ghost Hunts. This segment featured P911 team member Amy Irwin and Pam Smith an employee of Bonaparte's Retreat.
"Squirmin at the Sherman" was a Paranormal 911 investigation of the Sherman House Inn and Restaurant. This segment featured Sherman House owner, Doug Bessler and employee, Kevin Shook.