Hotel Paranormal, Season 2 review

Do you like ghost or paranormal activity? You might want to check out Hotel Paranormal Season 2.

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I just watched Episode 1 from Season 2. Dan Aykroyd is the narrator of the series. The Reality-TV series focuses on guests who have spooky paranormal experiences during their hotel stay. You will also get to hear from hotel staff who talk about their face-to-face encounters. It’s a fun watch. I think you will really enjoy hearing different people’s stories.

Dan Aykroyd discusses the new season of Hotel Paranormal

What makes Hotel Paranormal so unnerving and entertaining is that these are all documented real-life encounters – and the new season has even more scary stories to share than the first. These eyewitnesses are very believable; you can tell they really went through something that still haunts them to this day.

Paranormal Expert and World-Renowned Psychic Medium, Deborah Louise Levin discusses the facts about haunted hotels

The fact that one in 10 Canadians have stayed in a haunted hotel and nearly half of Canadians have felt the presence of a ghost is very exciting, as it shows you have a good chance of witnessing something spooky. Hotel walls hold so many stories, and not all of them are good, so they’re the perfect place for an unrested soul to dwell.

Release date

The series will premiere on Friday, July 2 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, on T+E. Season 2 will have 10 episodes.

Other notes

Filming for Season 2 took place across Ontario, Canada.

Locations include 4-star hotels, highway motels and inns around the world.

For Season 2, Aykroyd recorded in a remote studio in Ontario, Canada. Executive Producer Michael Kot and Series Producer Sarah Zammit directed via video call.

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Jovin Tardif
Jovin Tardif is a freelance writer, storyteller, interviewer, reviewer and conversation starter.