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Sneak Peek: Syfy’s Paranormal Witness – “Emily the Imaginary Friend/The Lost Girl”

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Syfy has done it yet again and is rolling out the spooky, spine-tingling goodness as they are known to perfect with their brand new series Paranormal Witness.

Paranormal Witness premiered on Wednesday, September 7, at 10/9c. The stories will keep you on the edge of your seat wiggling with discomfort but cringing for more, as those who experienced the chill inducing encounters give you a glimpse into what it felt like to have a paranormal interaction.

Paranormal Witness is an intense, high-octane drama-documentary series that blends a mixture of  first-hand testimony, personal photos and real footage, melded with grittily realistic drama, Paranormal Witness will transport you into a world turned topsy-turvy by extraordinary, heartpounding and terrifying events.

In the sneak peek clip below, a little girl appears to have an imaginary friend and her parents think it’s fun to play along at first, but then their daughter’s stories with her friend start to change and things are not just imaginary anymore.

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  • Connie

    Where in the world did the parents get that physic that came in and told them to get the bible’s out of the house?, I could not believe my eyes when they listen to her and removed the bible’s. I would have kicked that psychic out of my house. When your dealing with evil and demons, God’s love and protection against all evil especially demons is the only one who can protect you. This family had a demon in their house and apparently this medium that came to help was nothing but a channel for the demon to use. My advice for this family at that time would be except Jesus as your personal savior, Have everyone in the house get baptized and cleanse my house with the scriptures of the bible, When you have a relationship with God and your faith is strong you can defeat evil.