Do you believe in ghosts and hauntings? Watch this investigation of science and the supernatural -- then decide. From National Geographic.
Journalists visit some of the places in the U.S. that are considered to be haunted. They test devices used by ghosthunters and interview people who believe that they have been involved with the paranormal. From National Geographic.
In Haiti zombies are part of everyday life. They are taken so seriously that turning a person into a zombie carries the same penalty as murder. Many Haitians believe that voodoo and science are part of the zombie procedure.
Watch how candy (Milky Way bars! Tootsies!), potato chips, pretzels, snack cakes, and ice cream treats are made. From A&E.
Oh, no! Recent news reports announced a pumpkin shortage for fall 2015. Pumpkins are a big business, with huge demand during the Halloween season. From BBC.
Days of the Dead is a tradition in Mexico. See the calaveras - skeleton sculptures of death in many forms - and the Halloween decorations sold in the marketplace.
In this documentary, experts in history, religion, and culture examine Satan and his evolution. The film also looks at exorcisms, satanic cults, and how demons have been portrayed in the movies.