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Scariest Places on Earth
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Genre Paranormal
Reality
Documentary
Horror
Format Live-action
Presented by Linda Blair
Starring Linda Blair
Alan Robson
Narrated by Zelda Rubinstein
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of episodes 48
Production
Executive producer(s) Steve Kroopnick
Camera setup Multiple
Running time 44–46 minutes
Production company(s) Triage Entertainment
Distributor NBC Universal
Broadcast
Original channel ABC Family
Original run October 23, 2000 (2000-10-23) – October 29, 2006 (2006-10-29)
External links
Production website

Scariest Places on Earth is an American paranormal documentary reality television series that originally aired from October 23, 2000 to October 29, 2006. The program was produced by Triage Entertainment for the Fox Family Channel, which is now ABC Family and owns the rights to the show. The show featured reported cases of the paranormal by sending an ordinary family to visit the location in a reality TV-style vigil.

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Syndication

Reruns were recently aired on Syfy, which is a part of NBC Universal. It currently airs on NBC Universal's horror- and suspense-themed cable channel Chiller.

Synopsis

The show was hosted by Linda Blair of the film The Exorcist. The show was narrated by Zelda Rubinstein, who is most famous for her role as the clairvoyant Tangina Barrons in the Poltergeist film series. Alan Robson, a well known UK radio DJ and writer, acted as an on-site correspondent.

The main controversy with the show was that it was accused of fabricating some of the aired events.[1][2]

A rare video has been released. It is currently out-of-print.[citation needed]

Locations featured

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United States

Europe

France
Ireland
Italy
Romania
United Kingdom

Other

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