Haunting Evidence

Haunting Evidence is an American documentary television series following the travels of a psychic profiler, a medium, and a paranormal investigator. The trio travels the United States investigating "cold case" homicide and missing persons cases. The premise of the series was that this "team of unconventional investigators" could shed new light on unsolved crimes.

The series began production in October 2005 and premiered on Court TV (now truTV) in mid-June 2006, with a run of nine episodes. Season 2 began on June 20, 2007. There were two episodes in the third season. The series was cancelled after a total of 22 episodes were shown. The final cast was psychic profiler Carla Baron, medium John J. Oliver, and paranormal investigator Patrick Burns.

Read more about Haunting Evidence:  Episodes, Results, Investigation of Carla Baron's Claims

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Carla Baron - Results
... Season 1 the perpetrator of the crime, Gabriel Avila, was linked to Katie Sepich via DNA evidence, in December 2006 ... Magazine, Ben Radford writes that shows like Haunting Evidence prey on vulnerable and desperate families hoping to find evidence ... article, Radford states that he had hoped he would be able to report back that the Haunting Evidence team had successfully solved many crimes, but that was ...
Haunting Evidence - Investigation of Carla Baron's Claims
... Why are they needed when they cannot show one single case of evidence proving they have been helpful? ...

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