On the evening of Halloween 2002, my privilege and honor of working with some very talented people was showcased in the half-hour television special: "Unexplained: Haunts II." Unlike our first program which featured investigations from various locations, we opted to investigate hauntings this time 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.
You can draw your own conclusions from what we captured on video, audio, and images. While we certainly used some creative video to showcase these stories, the paranormal evidence is not doctored or fabricated in anyway.
To me, the most chilling evidence we collected on this sequel program was the EVP at the Baker House. Unlike some EVPs, even others in this program, there's no mistaken what was recorded.
If you've been to the locations featured in this special or know anyone interviewed, feel free to comment below or ask me any questions. So, grab the popcorn and dim the lights if you dare. This is \Unexplained: Haunts II!
Also, read our Field Reports from Selma which contain links to full interviews of guests including the late author Kathryn Tucker Wyndham.