If you are a thrill seeker and love a great ghost story, listen up, this one's for you...Pure Michigan style.

The popular Discovery Channel's famous ghost hunters are all about the mystery of Michigan's own Mackinaw Island this season. The reality show Expedition X, which made its debut in 2020, focuses on paranormal subjects and mysteries and is hosted by Josh Gates with Jessica Chobot and Phil Torres.

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Investigating their way through their 7th season, the team made their way to Michigan's famous Mackinac Island. The team headed to the island for episode three titled  “Death Island,” and stayed at Small Point, a haunted bed-and-breakfast that is considered one of the island’s most active areas according to the episode. They describe the popular Michigan destination as;

"...the most haunted place in America – Mackinac Island. This remote island has experienced over a thousand years of bloodshed, and residents report they are now plagued by terrifying paranormal activity."

The episode aired on February 22 but can be watched on Discovery or streamed.

The team continues their discovery this week with episode 4, “Secrets of Mackinac,” which will see the team explore a lighthouse with a dark past and they “realize the troubled past of the island is more widespread than they thought,” according to the episode tease.

You can catch all the mysterious action on Wednesday, February 28, 2024, on the Discovery Channel. If you're looking to stream the season, you can find it on FuboTV and DirecTV Stream.

Tune in to Discovery Channel's Expedition X and witness as the veil is lifted, revealing the secrets that lie within Mackinac Island's haunted embrace. Are you ready to believe?

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