APTN wants prairie paranormal stories
- EFN Staff | March 13, 2014
A series on the Aboriginal Peoples' Television Network (APTN) is looking for paranormal stories from Saskatoon and Winnipeg.
"The Other Side" is a televised series following a team of paranormal investigators who are committed to helping the living make peace with spirits who are behaving badly.
The half-hour documentary series follows Jeff Richards, a mentalist who is of First Nations ancestry, and his team of paranormal investigators in their pursuit to make contact with Canadas most unsettled spirits.
APTN says while there are many paranormal television series, "The Other Side" is unique because its investigating team is made up of leading professionals of Indigenous ancestry "who are able to work with spirits in a respectful and meaningful way."
As the show moves into its second season, it is looking for stories from the prairies.
If your story is selected, it would appear on "The Other Side" Season Two on APTN as well as Vision TV.
If you are experiencing paranormal activity in your home, you can contact the show's researcher, Dawn Wasacase by email.