"Paranormal Witness" (Wed., 10 p.m. ET on Syfy) certainly knows how to keep things scary as all get-out with their re-enactments of the stories told. This week, two police officers shared the story of their encounters with the supernatural inside the Capitol Theater in Salt Lake City, UT.
They described recurring, unexplained phenomena like doors slamming, cabinets shaking and an elevator that kept sending itself to the basement. The officers even reported hearing voices and music, but never seeing anything.
That is, until one night when they got an all-too close encounter with a terrifying spectral presence. The ghost was on the stage of the theater and stunned both men.
They spoke with an old stagehand at the theater, who shared with them the history of the building. A young usher had died in a fire in the 1940s. The theater was almost destroyed in that fire, and it's agreed that the ghost is most likely that of the usher.
"Paranormal Witness" returns with new scares every Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET on Syfy.
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