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June 19 episode of SyFy's 'Ghost Hunters' set in Little Rock

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The June 19 episode of Ghost Hunters will include a house in Little Rock pic
  • The June 19 episode of "Ghost Hunters" will include a house in Little Rock.

"Whoa! What was that?"

"What was what?"

"That! Do you hear it? It sounds like... An episode of SyFy's hit series "Ghost Hunters."

"You mean, here in Little Rock?"

"Exactly, I'm getting a reading that tells me the upcoming new episode on Wednesday, June 19 will include a ghost-hunting expedition to a home once owned by prominent early 20th century banker Edward Cornish."

"Whoa."

"Yes, it airs at 8 p.m. and it's called "Ghost Friends Forever."

"Spooky. What else can you tell me?"

"Well, here goes...

On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS is called to Little Rock, Arkansas where a family has inherited a bungalow next door to their home that they believe to be cursed. The bungalow has a tragic history of death, robberies and murder dating back to the 1800s. Paranormal activity has been terrifying their bungalow tenants for years and now activity seems to have spread over to the family’s main house. Have the bungalow spirits traveled next door to the family’s home? Are the family’s deceased close friends, who willed the bungalow to them, to blame for this activity? TAPS is being brought in to get answers for this family in desperate need of answers.

"So where can I watch a very brief preview for this episode?"

"After the jump!"

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