Netflix has released the 28 Days Haunted Trailer, which reveals a new form of reality TV series that caters to the paranormal genre. The investigative horror series will be released next month on the platform. The series is directed by Joe Berlinger, the director who created the true crime documentary series Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes.
"Three teams will spend 28 days in some of America's most haunted locations for a paranormal investigation based on the theories of Ed and Lorraine Warren," according to the series' official synopsis. Four adventurous teams of paranormal investigators will be hand-picked and given the chance to participate in the most extreme Paranormal experiment of all time.
Any of these teams that can endure 28 days in a terrifying, haunted location will be rewarded for being a part of the most significant advancement in paranormal research in the last few decades.
The Amityville House of Horror was intended to be a gritty and meticulous investigation of America's most notorious haunted places earlier. It's the home that a book and a film are set in.
Although, the haunted locations are mentioned in Denver in Colorado, Preston in Connecticut, and Madison, North Carolina. The trailer starts off like a fictional horror film, where all the cupboard doors and cabinets are opening and closing on their own. Followed by a stern narration where the voice says, it feels like a warning over dark vision footage, where humans appear more like ghosts.
The show will cover everything from investigating basement corners to hearing someone's presence while sleeping to loud chanting of religious scriptures. But the real question is whether or not the high-end equipment ever captures the real ghosts. Or is it just some tampering by the creators for the experiment?
Below you can see the trailer for 28 Days Haunted.
Netflix is set to release 28 Days Haunted on October 21.