South Bethlehem Home Will Be Featured on ‘The Dead Files’

Do you believe in the paranormal? Many fans of the popular Travel Channel show ‘The Dead Files’ do, and will no doubt be tuning in to watch the series’ Friday the 13th episode–the third in its tenth season–which is about a haunting believed to affect a family living in a South Bethlehem rowhome.

Titled “The Bethlehem Haunting,” the episode about supposed paranormal activity in and around 432 Cherokee Street will air at 10 p.m. Friday, July 13 and again at 1 a.m. Saturday, according to The Travel Channel website.

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The Cherokee Street home that will be featured.

The 5-bedroom brick house was built in 1900, according to public records. It is located in a densely-populated block of older homes between Dakotah and E. Fourth streets in the city.

On ‘The Dead Files,’ physical medium Amy Allan and retired New York City homicide detective Steve DiSchiavi “combine their unique and often conflicting skills to solve unexplained paranormal phenomena in haunted locations across America,” according to a Travel Channel show description.

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Physical medium Amy Allan and retired New York City homicide detective Steve DiSchiavi are the stars of the The Travel Channel series ‘The Dead Files.’ They will investigate reported paranormal activity at a home at 432 Cherokee Street in Bethlehem on the episode that will air this Friday, July 13 at 10 p.m.

An episode description says Allan and DiSchiavi will “investigate violent paranormal activity terrorizing a vulnerable mother and her young child” on Cherokee Street.

“During her late night walk, Amy encounters several entities, including a dead man who is hell-bent on possessing and tormenting the living,” the description states.

Want to know more? You’ll just have to tune in to The Travel Channel Friday to watch and see what happens.

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About Josh Popichak
Josh Popichak

Josh Popichak is a journalist and publisher who is passionate about providing an open online platform and advocating for independent, local news. He has covered news--first in print, later online--in the Saucon Valley area of eastern Pennsylvania since 2005. In addition to writing extensively about local issues, he uses Facebook, Instagram and other social media to help personalize and broaden awareness of topics affecting the communities he covers. He also manages the Facebook pages for several local businesses as part of his business, Saucon Source LLC. He is a 1999 graduate of Bates College, where he was a history major and arts editor for the student newspaper.

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