We’re pleased to announce that an artifact from the Traveling Museum of the Paranormal & Occult is the basis for the lead story in the season premiere of Travel Channel’s Mysteries at the Museum!
Last fall we put on a rare exhibition in our home base of Cincinnati, Ohio just for the Travel Channel crew, who, despite their hesitance to touch anything in the collection, did a great job capturing the museum.
On Thursday, February 9th at 10PM EST, tune into Travel Channel to see museum director Greg Newkirk on the Mysteries at the Museum season sixteen premiere titled “The Amityville Haunting”. In the episode, host Don Wildman investigates the Traveling Museum of the Paranormal & Occult’s “Amityville Plank”, an actual piece of wood from the most infamous haunted house in American History.
Here’s the episode description as listed by TV Guide:
Host Don Wildman examines a piece of a controversial haunted house; a ghost army that saved World War II; and a golfer with a mysterious past.
We couldn’t be more excited about being part of one of the best history-based, educational shows on television. We hope you’ll tune in to see the museum’s appearance, then be sure to check out our upcoming exhibition dates to see where you can hold and investigate the Amityville Plank for yourself.
If you’d like to support our work in preserving and protecting pieces of paranormal history, we’d encourage you to join the Traveling Museum of the Paranormal & Occult’s Membership Program. Becoming a museum member is a great way to support our groundbreaking investigations and continue the museum’s mission to educate the public about the history of the paranormal. Members benefit by getting exclusive perks like a private news feed, early looks at new artifacts, and access to the evidence archives.
See you on the small screen this Thursday!