“Oklahoma Author turned TV show host explores haunted destinations.”

Embark on a spine-chilling adventure alongside author Jeff Provine as he unravels the mysteries of haunted locations in the new travel show Visiting Haunts. Prepare to step into the realm of the supernatural as Provine guides viewers through a collection of eerie destinations that are not only steeped in history but are also open for intrepid travelers. Uncover the architectural wonders, hidden secrets, and tragic events that have shaped the spirits that linger within as Provine shares historical research with chilling firsthand accounts of paranormal encounters.

“I’m so thrilled to have the chance to help share some of the amazing spooky stories and hidden histories that people otherwise may never hear,” said series host Jeff Provine.

From his love of spooky stories, Provine has published several collections of haunted Oklahoma folklore books and leads ghost tours in Norman and Oklahoma City. His haunted folklore books include Haunted OklahomaHaunted Oklahoma CityCampus Ghosts of Norman, OklahomaHaunted Norman, Oklahoma; and more. 

Photo of Jeff Provine standing outside The Belvedere Mansion.

The six-episode season of Visiting Haunts focuses on haunted destinations in Oklahoma. Stories include The Overholser Mansion in Oklahoma City where the lady of the house still appears as a phantom, The Stone Lion Inn in Guthrie where a little girl ghost locks doors and moves glasses, the Sapulpa Historical Museum in Sapulpa with a phantom from its days as a hotel, Flower Bluff Manor in Sulphur where ghosts knock and play, Belvidere Mansion in Claremore where a ghostly gentleman meets guests on the porch, and the Moore-Lindsay Historical House Museum in Norman where even caretakers are advised not to go upstairs after dark. People can watch the series on the new streaming service, The Show Starts Now, whose mission is to get people to experience new adventures.

Whether you’re a skeptic seeking to unravel the truth or a believer looking for an otherworldly experience, Visiting Haunts offers a captivating blend of history, folklore, and the supernatural. Visiting Haunts invites you to tread carefully, for each step unveils a ghostly tale. Are you ready to confront the haunted?

In celebration of Friday the 13th, the first episode about Oklahoma City has been released on YouTube for free.