Coinciding with the release of New Line’s upcoming The Conjuring sequel, discovery+ will pull back the curtain on the true story of the infamous “the devil made me do it” case in their latest Shock Docs Special.
Ed Gein: the Real Psycho features filmmaker and investigator Steve Shippy and medium Cindy Kaza (The Holzer Files) as they dig deeper into the story of Gein and reveal never before known facts and theories related to the case.
Two highly anticipated specials will air right out of the gate: the two hour Ghost Adventures: Cecil Hotel investigation and the second episode of Shock Docs: Amityville Horror House, and brand new series, Ghost Adventures: Top 10, will premiere with eight one-hour episodes as well on January 4.
Shock Docs: This is Halloween combines an impressive set of experts/historians and stars from many of the Travel Channel’s most popular series such as Ghost Nation, Destination Fear, Ghost Brothers, Kindred Spirits, Expedition Bigfoot, and The Holzer Files to reminisce on the history/origins of the holiday.
Devil’s Road: The True Story of Ed and Lorraine Warren proves that Travel Channel’s new Shock Doc series is the definitive high quality experience this fall for viewers looking to expand their knowledge on the interesting and unsettling subject of the real life cases of the supernatural.
The Travel Channel, known for the plethora of paranormal programming that they offer on an hourly basis, is getting in on the trend with their new series, Shock Docs, which will profile the most famous cases in the ghostly world.