Canadian Ghost Hunters with an Indigenous Twist

Spirits walk among us. Indigenous people know and accept this. But whether they are playful or shy, or angry and violent, they are here for a reason. Join intuitive Jeff Richards, investigator Michaella Shannon and elder and spirit guide Tom Charles on their mission to find out why.

Check out our ghost hunting resources, tips & tricks!

Jeff Richards in Basement of Haunted HouseThis expanded section has tons of great information to help on your own paranormal investigations.

Including this article on 5 Signs Your House is Haunted

The Other Side is a half-hour television documentary series that follows a team of paranormal investigators in their pursuit to make contact with Canada’s most unsettled spirits.

For Season 3, The Other Side  team goes further afield in Western Canada, exploring some of the scariest ghost stories in Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia.

Using intuition, ceremony, technology, and sheer nerves, the team engages spirits and humans alike with the hope that both will find peace.

Will they convince you ghosts are real? Be prepared for the unexpected and sometimes startling ghost stories we will tell. And bring a friend, you might not want to watch this series alone.

Catch up on Seasons 1, 2 & 3 on APTN online!

Recent video posts

Bonus videos from Season 3 - Episode 13 - The Angels

Bonus clip #1 (above): Ed, a survivor of the Muskowekwan residential school in Lestock, Saskatchewan, explains his experiences as a […]

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Bonus videos from Season 3 - Episode 12 - When the Whistle Blows

Bonus clip #1 (above):  The team receives a final (and very emotional for Michaella) message at the end of their […]

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Recent blog posts

Carmine Carlos Mirabelli, Brazilian Medium

Carmine Carlos Mirabelli is not a name most people are familiar with. Born in Brazil in 1889 – Mirabelli will […]

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Extra research for Season 3 – Episode 13 - The Angels

Surely some of the places with the saddest spirits in Canada are the former residential schools, where approximately 150,000 First […]

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Production made possible through the Screen-Based Media Production Grant Program

Produced with the financial participation of the Creative Saskatchewan SaskTel Equity Investment Fund


Produced with the financial participation of the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network