The new Paranormal Reality TV Show “Kindred Spirits”, first announced the release by Destination America.
The show moved to TLC and will schedule to have its premiere in October 2016.
Kindred Spirits hosted by paranormal reality tv veterans Amy Bruni and Adan Berry. They both left SyFy’s Ghost Hunters in 2014.
A great aspect on the purpose of the show is that Amy Bruni and Adam Berry will help real families tormented by paranormal activity in their homes.
Kindred Spirits The Show
plural noun: kindred spirits
a person whose interests or attitudes are similar to one’s own.
It was a common aspect from Ghost Hunters in the first season, but it will not focus only on the investigation.
In Kindred Spirits, the duo will investigate, capture paranormal evidence, guide the spirits into the light and bring closure to the family.
But not any family, the show focus on families who believe that their deceased family member is the ones responsible for paranormal activity in the house.
They believe to be the haunt, not only by a ghost but by their own late family member.
Each episode of Kindred Spirits introduces a new family that seeks help from Amy Bruni and Adan Berry.
Who is Amy Bruni
Amy Bruni was raised in a haunted house, but different from others kids, her family never taught her to fear the unknown.
Amy Bruni became paranormal investigator over 20 years ago, after spending a decade in the health insurance industry.
She began traveling the country to visit its most haunted places, researching the group dynamics of ghost-hunting teams, and lecturing on the history of paranormal investigation.
In 2008 she joined Syfy’s Ghost Hunters as the team’s historical researcher for seven seasons, leaving the show in 2014.
Since then, she starts her own business, a paranormal travel company, Strange Escapes and writes for her blog, My Spirited Life.
Who is Adam Berry
Adam Berry grew up in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. After have his own paranormal encounter, Adam became fascinated with the subject.
He founded his Paranormal Investigation team on Provincetown, Massachusetts, on 2007.
Three years later he won the Syfy’s reality competition show Ghost Hunters Academy, earning a place in the T.A.P.’s show.
On Ghost Hunters, Adam met and first teamed up with his investigation partner, in Kindred Spirits, Amy Bruni.
The duo recently were guests on an episode of the first season of Paranormal Lockdown, joining Nick Groff and Katrina Weidman on a 72-hour investigation of the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum.
Kindred Spirits is produced by Paper Route Productions and has Amy Bruni and Adam Berry as executive producers.
Watch a sneak peek from Kindred Spirits first episode
provided by Planet Weird
When watching Kindred Spirits
Kicking off “Friday Night Frights on TLC” on Friday, October 21, 2016.
Kindred Spirits premieres at 10pm/9c immediately following the premieres of one-hour special Ghosts of Shepherdstown (that needs a second season) at 8/7c and a new season of A Haunting at 9/8c.