Knock Knock Ghost – A hauntingly humorous combination of three hilarious friends and the afterlife.
Knock Knock Ghost! Comedian Richard Ryder, trembling assistant Brian Doyle and world class Psychic Medium Jim Hunt travel the country searching for proof of the afterlife. On Knock Knock Ghost, no place is too haunted for a laugh! Travel with the hilarious team as they explore some of Canada’s most haunted locations, all while keeping a good sense of humour.
Laugh and shiver your way through areas including Niagara Falls, Kingston and London – visiting haunted locations including The Grand Theatre, Fort Henry and the St. Thomas Psychiatric Hospital.
Episode 01 — Tunnel of Terror
Visit the dark side via 1802 as the team descends on Fort George for a night of bumps, screams and a conversation from the other side.
Episode 02 — The Grand Theatre
The boys take on the lecherous Ghost of Ambrose Small at the Grand Theatre in London, Ontario. When things go bang in the night, Richard is forced to stop – and Brian reveals a little more than he should.
Episode 03 — Howling Winds
The howling winds aren’t enough to stop the group as they explore historic Fort Henry in Kingston. Moving objects, unexplained sounds and a ghostly attack send our resident psychic into the bitter cold.
Episode 04 — The Inn at the Falls
The Inn at the Falls in Bracebridge, the heart of Muskoka, has its fair share of eerie tales. The team is spooked when it looks into the case of an expectant mother who died. Was she pushed or did she fall to her death?
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Episode 05 — Blythewood Manor
At Blythewood Manor in Niagara Falls, the team stumbles upon unsolved murders and make a connection to the other side. Jim helps a troubled spirit cross-over in this historical Bed and Breakfast.
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Episode 06 — St. Thomas Psychiatric Ward
The team are the first ever to hunt for ghosts in the abandoned St. Thomas Psychiatric Hospital. A ghost, unexplained scratching and a darkened figure roaming the halls are just the tip of the iceberg in this historic Ontario building.