Fourteen years ago, I had the privilege and honor of working with some very talented people to create another half-hour television special: "Unexplained: Haunts II." Unlike our first program, we opted to investigate hauntings across a single city: Selma, Alabama. Rich in history on the civil rights scale and a great resource for film making, we knew nothing about the hauntings Selma. It first came on my radar when I learned that the county chamber of commerce promoted a ghost tour. They were more than helpful to line up former and current owners of the properties and other information to help our investigation. We continued with apply our proven formula: capture and honor the history of a location and weaving that together with a documented paranormal investigation.