One Of Virginia's Most Haunted Locations Will Feature On 'The Witching Hour'

July 21, 2020 6:00 AM ‐ Paranormal

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Mechanicsville's haunted Cabin on 360 is set to feature in the latest episode of 'The Witching Hour', which is due to air on select US public access television stations this week and on the Argos Paranormal YouTube channel.

In this upcoming episode of the award-winning paranormal series, the team investigates the infamous Cabin on 360 in Virginia, where many tragedies spanning almost a century have occurred on the property, fuelling a potential demonic entity whose presence is believed to have caused some paranormal investigators to flee from the premises.

"The Cabin on 360 is probably one of the most active locations our show has filmed at. Not only did we encounter a plethora of unexplainable activity during our initial walk through of the location, which consisted of growls, screams, and the manifestation of shadow figures, but some of the events which transpired during our investigation have still haunted us more than one year after the investigation" said Ryan Martinez, producer of 'The Witching Hour'.

"To have so much high strangeness occur during the daytime within a condensed period is alarming. What happened once the darkness of night fell over the property only continued to add onto an already terrifying investigation" said Remso Martinez, one of the show's lead investigators.

During their investigation, the team conduct an EVP session inside of the brick rancher where a brutal murder had occurred in 1979. Throughout the session, they hear several unexplained knocks and other disembodied noises, which they were able to document on camera.

Some of these strange sounds can be heard in the episode's teaser clip below...

Readers may be familiar with Cabin on 360 as it hosted part of this year's Paranormal Day Paracon, a virtual event that took place online in May and saw paranormal teams, podcasters and content creators from the US and UK come together for a day-long live stream. The line-up included a special edition of the Orion Effect podcast live from the cabin.

Viewers can experience the latest chilling episode of 'The Witching Hour' - the second of the second season - on select public access television stations in the following states: New York, Colorado, Michigan, Maryland, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Virginia. More information on how to watch can be found here.

New episodes air on a bi-monthly basis and are also available to watch online one week after its initial showing on Argos Paranormal's YouTube channel and the Real Paranormal Activity network. The latest episode will be available online from Wednesday, July 22.

The full channel listings and more information can be found by visiting:

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