Monday, September 19, 2011

Catch Paranormal Witness on SyFy On Wednesday

Paranormal Witness anchors Syfy's Wednesday primetime paranormal programming block this fall with Ghost Hunters as its lead-in. This tense, filmic and high-octane drama-documentary series brings to life
the real stories of people who have lived through paranormal experiences that defy explanation. Using a mixture of intimate first-hand testimony, actual home video and gritty realistic drama, Paranormal Witness transports viewers into a world turned upside-down by extraordinary, terrifying and sometimes life-threatening paranormal events.

The episode "Spiritual Warfare/Watched in the Wilderness" will September 21 at 10 pm ET/PT. When Susan and Matt move into a new home in Moreno Valley, California, with their respective daughters Jamie
and Marie, life is fun-filled and happy until a vicious poltergeist turns their world upside down. Often recorded in their own photos, camcorder footage and cell phone recordings, cans are stacked high and
food is smeared about the kitchen, bleach is spilled onto the furniture and toys, sofas and TVs fly across the room. The vain efforts to offer the spirit a peace offering backfire when it retaliates and the two girls must battle the fire-wielding demon to survive. The second offering is 'Watched in the Wilderness', the
amazing true-life tale of a former deputy sheriff who is chased, herded and hunted by a mysterious beast high in the remote mountain wilderness of Oregon.

Paranormal Witness airs Wednesdays at 10 pm ET/PT on Syfy. Paranormal Witness is produced by Raw TV (Locked Up Abroad and Gold Rush Alaska).

Executive producers are Dimitri Doganis and Bart Layton.
For more information, please visit

Mark Lewis- Series Producer
Mark Lewis is the Series Producer of Paranormal Witness on Syfy. Lewis is a multi-award-winning writer, director and producer of factual dramas and documentaries. He has made films for BBC, ITV,
Channel 4, Five, Discovery, the History Channel, National Geographic, PBS (WNET), Spike, and ABC Australia. His films have won an Emmy, the New York Television Festival, the American Film and TV Awards and he has been nominated for a BAFTA, a Royal Television Society Award, a Grierson Award and an Australian Logie.

Shot across the world, Mark's often epic drama-documentaries have used full drama, supported by top-class CGI, to bring impeccably researched historical tales to the screen.

The emphasis is always on stunning visuals and superlative story-telling. The results have been recently described in the press as "sumptuous", "action-packed", "luscious" and "spellbinding".

Mark graduated from Oxford University in 1990 with a BA degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics and a Masters in Political Science to pursue a career in journalism. He worked for six years making
current affairs documentaries for the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Network Nine Australia. It's a journalistic training in the fast lane which has proved invaluable in his work making contemporary and historical
drama-doc films.


  1. I recorded that episode on the dvr, and watched it today, of course during the daylight! Boy, was the first part about the poltergeist creepy!! For some reason or another, that show is strangely addictive! Kind of like going to horror movies in the 80's, but these were stories that happened to real people!

  2. ParanormalActivity Creatures are weird, evasive, and very often dangerous.


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