The Roff home in Watseka, Ill., the location of one of the earliest documented cases of spiritual possession, is visited, along with the Lizzie Borden house in Fall River, Mass., site of two infamous ax murders in 1892.
Sightings at a public library in Indiana of a woman in gray who smells of cheap perfume are investigated. Also: a Revolutionary War outpost in Philadelphia that's said to be haunted by ghosts known as the Screaming Woman and the Faceless Man.
A home in Seattle that's said to be haunted by the ghost of a jilted husband who took his own life is visited. Also: exploring the legend of Resurrection Mary, a vanishing hitchhiker who reportedly has appeared on a road outside of Chicago.