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Syfy's DEEP SOUTH PARANORMAL

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Syfy's DEEP SOUTH PARANORMAL (Wednesdays at 10pE) follows a bayou-based investigative team on a mission, taking on anything from swamp apparitions to haunted plantation houses and Southern voodoo legends. These larger-than-life characters become deadly serious when it comes to their investigations, which deal not only with the hazards of paranormal phenomenon, but with swampy natural dangers like gators, snakes, spiders, wild hogs, and mosquitos.

Jonathan Hodges was born and raised deep in the country outside of Huntsville, Alabama, where he currently resides on the same land his great grandparents first owned. Hodges is known as the "man with the plan" as he applies science and inventive tactics to the group's investigations. Jon graduated from the University of Alabama in Huntsville with a degree in business, and even though he has a white collar desk job by day, his real passion is the outdoors and everything paranormal.

By day, Benny Reed works as an electronics technician for a government contractor. Benny got into paranormal investigation after experiencing a number of strange ghost sightings and poltergeist occurrences while growing up in Elora, Tennessee.

Benny spent eight years in the U.S. Army National Guard and served two separate tours of duty. After his last deployment to Iraq, he joined Deep South Paranormal to get some answers about why spirits are still hanging around and if there is some way to help them move on.

Investigations this season include Alabama’s Bear Creek Swamp, the Old Cahawba ghost town, Florida’s Manntown Cemetery and the Mont Helena Plantation in the Mississippi Delta, to name just a few.

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