My Favorite Destination Truth Episodes

I’m miss Destination Truth, but I put together a short list of some of my favorite episodes. Pretty much every episode is a gem but here’s a couple that jump to mind. Which are your favorite episodes?

Season 2, Episode 11: Aswang & Haunted Forest

This episode has a much creepier atmosphere than the others. Josh and team head into the forest to investigate ghost sightings. This forest is the site of an alleged 1,000 suicides and is riddled with warnings asking people not to kill themselves. Additionally, there’s a wrecked campsite and personal items strewn around. It plays like the Blair Witch Project, but this one’s real. Incredibly creepy and sad.

Season 3, Episode 2: Island of the Dolls/Lusca

Old tattered dolls can be creepy. Dark, lonely islands can be creepy. Being on the site where a young girl supposedly drowned can be creepy. Combine them all together and you have the freakiest island I’ve ever seen. The place is riddled with hundreds of rotting dolls strung up to trees, poles and scattered on the ground. At any second you expect one of them to come to life and start talking. It’s unnerving!

Season 3, Episode 4: Ghosts of Chernobyl/Sal’awa

Josh is truly risking life and limb for this one; he heads right into the middle of ground zero of Chernobyl. Saying it’s a ghost town is a complete understatement. There is absolutely no human life and the creatures that scurry around on the outskirts are just small animals, but you really get the feeling they’re horribly mutated or "changed" and they’re going to attack. The plot of a scary horror movie to be sure.

Season 3, Episode 6: Chullachaqui/Bermuda Triangle

This episode is hilarious. We all know there are some funky things going on in the Bermuda Triangle and as you might expect, when Josh gets there odd things happen. You know things are off to a rocky start when the roof of your scout plane comes off and you have to yell to your crew to hang on. And that’s just the start. The runways and the coastline are littered with crashed airplanes and as Josh is flying over the island and into the hotspots, he loses all communication with the team and the instruments go haywire. It’s all fun and games until you’re flying through the clouds without instruments. No wonder his team changes so frequently.

Season 3, Episode 13: Haunted Mining Town/The Taniwha

This also one of the creepier episodes. Josh and team go to an abandoned mining town where remnants of the old workers, including children, are scattered all over the place. But the really scary part is the massive cemetery full of unmarked graves and exposed remains. The graves have literally crumbled apart and the skeletons are looking back at you. You see this sort of thing on amusement park haunted rides, not within an old town. Wild stuff!

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Do you believe in the Ouija?

The Ouija as we know it has been around for 120 years and quite possibly hundreds more, with many people staking claim to it’s awesome power to commune with the dead and open portals to the demonic. It’s been the subject of multiple movies and we all know the trouble Regan go into with one. So what’s your thoughts? Is the Ouija a directly channel to evil spirits or just a piece of cardboard with pretty lettering on it?

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Ouija turns 120

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Amityville Horror house goes on sale for $1.5M


One of the most famous, if not most infamous houses in the country is up for sale. The house of Amityville horror fame, which was the scene of the real-life deaths of the DeFeo family and then supposed location for the supernatural events that plagued the Lutz’s is on the market for a whopping $1.5 Million. Considering the Lutz’s purchased the house for $80k, that’s a pretty impressive rise in home values.

We know the DeFeo murders were real, but the verdict is still out on whether the house itself is actually haunted considering no other ghostly hauntings have been reported by any of the subsequent owners. I wonder what it would take to get some investigators in there and check the place out before another set of owners take over? Is the place haunted? Does it really have some bad karma surrounding it?


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