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HELLIER SEASON TWO ABOUT TO AIR!

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[Trailer] The Rabbit Hole of High Strangeness Gets Deeper and Weirder in “Hellier” Season 2


Published By John Squires











This November, Planet Weird is headed back to “Hellier” for the second season of their paranormal documentary series, a five-part experience that had set out to uncover the true story behind the alleged “Kentucky Goblins” that first popped up back in the 1950s. But that was only the beginning of the mystery, as the series tracked a wildly unexpected investigation into impossible synchronicities and a web of high strangeness stretching from the heart of Appalachian coal country. The team takes you further down the rabbit hole on November 29.


The second season picks up 14 months after the first season’s cliffhanger…



“Following a frightening new lead into the mysterious paranormal activity hiding in the shadows of the Appalachian Mountains, researchers Greg and Dana Newkirk, along with Connor Randall, Karl Pfeiffer, and Tyler Strand, find themselves further down the rabbit hole of High Strangeness than ever before. From chasing modern-day sightings of supernatural entities like Indrid Cold and the Mothman to venturing directly into the underground mazes of the Mammoth Cave System and attempting dangerous parapsychological experiments with disturbing results, season two of HELLIER follows every thread to get to the heart of the Phenomena behind the elusive David Christie and the cryptic Terry Wriste.”


Exclusively here on Bloody Disgusting, watch the official season 2 trailer below!


From the very beginning, we’ve said that HELLIER was just a prologue to a bigger story,” Greg Newkirk tells us, “and the new season is bigger, stranger, and more unnerving in every way. Huge questions from season one are answered, the scope of the investigation is significantly expanded, and with the addition of a caving expert to the team, we go further underground in search of the Phenomena than we’ve ever been. Season two is going to shock people.”


The new season of “Hellier” streams exclusively on Amazon Prime on Black Friday, November 29th, and releases – absolutely free – on YouTube & Vimeo on Friday, December 13th.


The entire first season is available to stream now at http://hellier.tv.






<blockquote>Hellier, Planet Weird’s first documentary series, has been out for nearly a month, and we wanted to take a moment to thank you for watching and supporting the series’ initial run. Hellier has garnered rave reviews, been featured on too many podcasts and news programs to count, been hashtagged in thousands of tweets, and collected hundreds of thousands of views – a remarkable achievement for what started off as a passion project. This has been one of the wildest months of our lives, we’ve been blown away by the reception the project has received.Hellier was always about bridging the gaps between different aspects of the paranormal, presenting our investigation in a thoughtful and artistic way, and taking the viewer through the ups and downs of real research. For those reasons, it was so important to release Hellier how we did: online and free. We wanted to prove that there were people out there – people like you – who were ready and excited to see something that challenged paranormal-based entertainment while working the mind. You proved us right, and it’s been rewarding to see those conversations begin in tweets, comment sections, and social media posts all over the internet.THE FUTURE OF HELLIER WITH YOUR HELPOver the course of a year, Hellier was created by a small handful of people handled everything from filming, to scoring, to editing, to releasing, all on a shoestring budget and without payment. When completed, the entire series was released on as many platforms as possible in the hopes of reaching you. Now that it has, we have have some news to share:Hellier was only a prologue. We’ve been at this for a year and a half since episode five. Hellier: Season Two is coming.As we head into the next critical phase of Hellier’s life, one that includes production on a bigger, more expansive second season, we’re reaching out to ask for help in continuing our mission. Here’s how you can help Hellier:</blockquote>

Hellier, Planet Weird’s first documentary series, has been out for nearly a month, and we wanted to take a moment to thank you for watching and supporting the series’ initial run. Hellier has garnered rave reviews, been featured on too many podcasts and news programs to count, been hashtagged in thousands of tweets, and collected hundreds of thousands of views – a remarkable achievement for what started off as a passion project. This has been one of the wildest months of our lives, we’ve been blown away by the reception the project has received.Hellier was always about bridging the gaps between different aspects of the paranormal, presenting our investigation in a thoughtful and artistic way, and taking the viewer through the ups and downs of real research. For those reasons, it was so important to release Hellier how we did: online and free. We wanted to prove that there were people out there – people like you – who were ready and excited to see something that challenged paranormal-based entertainment while working the mind. You proved us right, and it’s been rewarding to see those conversations begin in tweets, comment sections, and social media posts all over the internet.THE FUTURE OF HELLIER WITH YOUR HELPOver the course of a year, Hellier was created by a small handful of people handled everything from filming, to scoring, to editing, to releasing, all on a shoestring budget and without payment. When completed, the entire series was released on as many platforms as possible in the hopes of reaching you. Now that it has, we have have some news to share:Hellier was only a prologue. We’ve been at this for a year and a half since episode five. Hellier: Season Two is coming.As we head into the next critical phase of Hellier’s life, one that includes production on a bigger, more expansive second season, we’re reaching out to ask for help in continuing our mission. Here’s how you can help Hellier:


see also — https://www.strangefamiliars.com/home/hellier-season-2-is-coming


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John Squires


Writer in the horror community since 2008. Owns Eli Roth's prop corpse from Piranha 3D. Has three awesome cats. Still plays with toys.


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