Ghost Hunters Visit “The Most Haunted Town You Have Never Heard Of” | Premieres April 8 at 8pm | A&E

Since its founding in 1873, the remote mining town of Clifton, AZ has been trapped in a devastating cycle of violence, mayhem, and natural disaster. But despite its many struggles, Clifton remains home to a small population. Along with its brutal past comes a long history of dark paranormal experiences in the town, which has many residents convinced that Clifton may be cursed. Whenever this town recovers from one catastrophe, it seems to be hit with another. Isolated and concerned the town may no longer be safe for their families, the townspeople have turned to the Ghost Hunters to investigate the continuous paranormal activity and the connection, if any, to Clifton’s history of death and misery. #GhostHunters
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39 thoughts on “Ghost Hunters Visit “The Most Haunted Town You Have Never Heard Of” | Premieres April 8 at 8pm | A&E

  1. I am a ghost and I am haunting Clifton. I like haunting the Daley Diner in hopes of scoring a California club, or taking my haunted Can-Am down to the SF river where I drink ghost beer and scare kids.

  2. The easiest way to debunk this, buy a bunch of cheap 1-3$ Mp3 players from wish, buy a bunch of 2-8$ uhf/vhf/fm/am transmitters off of ebay/wish. Pick your favorite track, load it to every mp3 player, set all of transmitters to random channels, put the music on repeat, enjoy the "spoopy ghosts"

  3. My mom was born in Clifton and lived in Ward Canyon. She had a huge family living there at one time. A few still there possibly. Last time I was there was about 1988. I have a theory about the activity there. Residual energy from events, people, emotions, etc. can be left behind or linger on. The land Clifton is built on is laced with copper. Copper is a conductor for electromagnetic fields. It has the highest conductivity of any non-precious metal. I’m thinking that the copper is conducting the energetic imprints of past events, so much that they are being magnified to disturbing levels that wouldn’t normally be experienced in other geographic locales. So people are experiencing this magnified energy with their 5 senses. That can be frightening. The upside to this is that it can magnify good energy too. Maybe some cleansing ceremonies or blessing of the town that can override the negative energy. Just my two (copper) cents.

  4. Tellez family Congressional Record for military service. HEROS from that town peeps google it!!!! took to senate floor and approved.!!! who else can say that! WW1 to Desert Storm. bam there it is MY family!!!!

  5. 0:48
    My great Tata (Grandpa) is the one who said "-it was nothing (strange) to find somebody floating down the river."
    He knows so much about the town, it's a bit too bad they didn't include more from him. Like the big protests and the murals painted in the museum. Or how they had to fix up the graveyards because people were driving quads through it.
    Lots of stuff that could cause unrest.

  6. When these people is trying so hard to find ghost, some youtubers in Indonesia just play with many kind of ghosts and recordeed perfectfully. Find hundreds of ghost's videos in these channels: Sableng TV, Ganang Setioko, Pemburu Misteri 21, Dunia Nyata (Helm Ijo), etc. Remember, some of this channels use to live streaming then you can watching & witnessing of Indonesian ghost.

  7. Can't watch this show. First Grant Wilson gets on my nerves every time he talks about his categorizations of "hauntings". Like he has any clue as to what is actually going on with the events he and his team are experiencing. As if, he's some expert on these matters. What a joke. Hey, I go swimming all the time, guess that makes me an expert on water.
    Second, I can't stand hearing people use the word "Dude" all the time.

  8. If you live in a town with a lot of murders and financial struggles, you're going to be paranoid. Hearing footsteps and feeling "spooked" are entirely natural consequences. It's not a black mass you fear, it's your neighbor.

  9. I used to live in that town. Just driving into the town gives you the creeps. The road into the town for YEARS was hwy 666…my grand parents came and saw us one time And never came back because of the hwy name. That town is deffinately got somethi g going on…

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