Ghost Brothers: Lights Out
From the Discovery Press Release: What do you get when you combine a celebrity barber with two fashion designers, all with a strong curiosity in the unknown? The first and only black paranormal crusaders seeking the truth in the spiritual realm! All based in Atlanta, The Ghost Brothers – Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass and Marcus Harvey – are flipping the switch in their new discovery+ series GHOST BROTHERS: LIGHTS OUT. The show follows the three best friends as they venture into the unknown. The series debuts Saturday, April 17 exclusively on discovery+ with three new episodes at launch, and five additional episodes following every Saturday. Download Ghost Brothers: Lights Out trailer here.
As the dopest brothers on television hunting ghosts, these candid and unorthodox paranormal investigators explore disturbed hotspots across the country, checking out and sizing up local legends and supernatural stories. They are ready to expose the haunted holdouts still hanging around these locations … and why they don’t leave.
Marcus and Juwan kick off each investigation by entering haunted sites without any prior knowledge of the paranormal territory they are walking into. Dalen, on the other hand, knows all the creepy history. Observing from his own mission control center, he guides his friends through the most active areas of the property. Going in blind, Marcus and Juwan must discover for themselves what matches up with the legend and what does not.
Each member of the team has their distinct role: Dalen a.k.a. “The Bad Boy of Paranormal” is the risk taker; Juwan a.k.a. “Paranormal Poppy” is the suave, pretty boy of the group; and Marcus a.k.a. “The Soul Brother” brings a combination of heartwarming soul and comedy. The trio strikes a healthy balance with Dalen bringing a sense of adventure, Marcus creating a bit more of a relaxed vibe, and Juwan adds the compassion. The balance breathes a fresh point-of-view into the paranormal genre, a new perspective that fans think they know … but they do not.
Season One Overview:
Episode 1 – “Roff Family Rituals” – Begins Streaming Saturday, April 17
When the spirit of an infamously possessed girl starts calling, Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass and Marcus Harvey pick up the line. But as they communicate with the ghostly caller in Watseka, Illinois, they find there’s more to her death than anyone suspected.
Episode 2 – “Dead and Forgotten” – Begins Streaming Saturday, April 17
Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass and Marcus Harvey check into a notoriously haunted Michigan asylum to determine what truly haunts its abandoned grounds. As the guys sift through the freaky facility’s sordid past, they encounter restless souls who refuse to be forgotten in death.
Episode 3 – “Death Sentence” – Begins Streaming Saturday, April 17
Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass and Marcus Harvey investigate the site of Louisiana’s first double execution. But as they dive into the murky waters of the old Beauregard Parish jail’s murderous past, the resident spirits begin to tell an unexpected tale.
Episode 4 – “Cross My Heart” – Begins Streaming Saturday, April 24
Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass and Marcus Harvey do time in the most haunted penitentiary in the Wild West. They delve into ghost stories and uncover gruesome truths to confront the terrifying paranormal presences lurking inside the infamous Yuma Territorial Prison.
Episode 5 – “Ghost Town Throwdown” – Begins Streaming Saturday, May 1
Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass and Marcus Harvey venture to Vulture Mine to dig into the haunting at the Old West’s most notorious gold mine. But the unexplained activity turns violent, injuring the crew and making the Ghost Brothers the target of a dangerous presence.
Episode 6 – “Go to the Light” – Begins Streaming Saturday, May 8
Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass and Marcus Harvey dive into the Gulf Coast’s Pensacola Lighthouse to shine a light on the horrific haunting. But as the Ghost Brothers illuminate the site’s past and paranormal presence, they find the lighthouse itself may play an unexpected role.
Episode 7 – “Hotel Hell” – Begins Streaming Saturday, May 15
Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass and Marcus Harvey check into Wisconsin’s Karsten Hotel to uncover which spirits reside in the once luxurious lodgings. Once the lights go out, they discover that the terrifying ghostly whispers may reveal unexpected secrets about the hotel’s past.
Episode 8 – “Flight or Fright” – Begins Streaming Saturday, May 22
Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass and Marcus Harvey climb aboard the USS Lexington to confront a dark paranormal presence. As they dive into the World War II aircraft carrier’s history and make contact with restless spirits, they reveal there is more to the haunting than anyone expected.
Get a sneak peek of the new series and hear some soulful and scary stories from the Ghost Brothers in an upcoming WonderCon@Home panel, hosted by Sibley Scoles of “Access Hollywood.” The panel will go live on Friday, March 26 from 2-3 p.m. PT/ 5-6 p.m. ET.
Follow @DiscoveryPlus and #GhostBrothers for exclusive content and the latest updates, and check out discovery+ on, Facebook and Twitter. Follow the trio on Instagram: @dalenspratt, @themarcusharvey, @juwanmass.
GHOST BROTHERS: LIGHTS OUT is produced by Painless Productions for discovery+. For Painless Productions, the executive producers are Jim Casey, Ross Kaiman and Rob Saffi. For discovery+, the executive producer is Christine Shuler.
About The Ghost Brothers:
The Ghost Brothers have spent the last six years as a team chasing ghosts down together. The brothers have a unique story starting with Dalen and Juwan meeting when one was a sophomore and the other a junior at the illustrious HBCU, Clark Atlanta University (CAU), where they were both Kappa Alpha Psi Incorporated. The two would often have random spiritual conversations after Juwan found out that Dalen’s mom was a pastor. In 2010, Dalen met Marcus, who was a barber in the CAU, because he started cutting his hair. Soon after, Dalen introduced him to Juwan and the three became fast buddies. Soon after, Dalen had a dream that they should begin exploring the unknown. He jumped out of bed, kicked Juwan’s door down and said, “WE SHOULD HUNT GHOSTS!” By 2011, they were filming their own investigations in Atlanta and Savannah, Georgia, and putting them on YouTube to attract attention. What was fascinating to the guys at the time was that they couldn’t find any people of color in the field. That intrigued them even more and with vigor and tenacity they kept at it. In 201,4 they were contacted by a network and the rest, as they say, is history. The two brought Marcus in right before they filmed the pilot. Since they were all interested in the paranormal and good friends, it was a no brainer for them. Staying true to their church roots, the brothers say a prayer before entering each situation to keep them safe. Also, being raised in the church, they aren’t afraid to tackle the supernatural. They have been taught it’s a natural progression of the afterlife and that it’s nothing to play with.