[10/03/13 - 09:39 AM]
TravelChannel.Com Names the 2013 "Travel's Best" Halloween Attractions
The expert panelists include Scott Cummins, Elvira, Nick Groff, Ed and Marsha Edmunds, and Aaron Sagers.

[08/19/13 - 07:24 AM]
Travel Channel Hosts the Ultimate Halloween Celebration - the Third Annual "Weekends to Die For" Programming Event Beginning Friday, September 27
Highlights include special Halloween-themed installments of "Ghost Adventures" and "Toy Hunter."

[08/01/12 - 08:30 AM]
Travel Channel Gets In the Halloween Spirit with 2nd Annual "Weekends to Die For"
Highlights include the return of "Ghost Adventures" on Friday, September 14 plus the new series "Paranormal Paparazzi" on Friday, September 28.

[09/12/11 - 08:17 AM]
Travel Channel Features Weekends to Die for Throughout October and Kicks Off With New Original Mini-Series "Making Monsters," Premiering Sunday, October 2 at 9:00 PM ET/PT
Also on tap: new episodes of "Ghost Adventures" and newcomer "The Dead Files."

10/2/11 - 10/27/13
canceled/ended (2013-2014 season)
completed airing its current season
3 (22 episodes, 0 of which have yet to air)
a show on hiatus for longer than 12 months - without any news about its future - is assumed to be canceled
(from Travel Channel's press release, August 2012) In season two of "Making Monsters," viewers go behind-the-scenes and on the road with Distortions Unlimited, the Colorado-based "haunt industry" animatronic and prop-making company run by Ed & Marsha Edmunds. The series, featuring ten one-hour episodes, follows the Edmunds and their staff - including renowned Hollywood creature and mask maker Jordu Schell - as they create some of the scariest new animatronics and frightronics the world has ever seen. This season, Distortions is tasked with some of the most unusual and challenging projects to date, including a red-eyed, smoke-breathing tiki for a haunt on the Hawaiian island of Oahu and a creepy, spitting, twisting centipede for Atlanta's premiere haunt, Netherworld. Additionally, the team creates an iconic stage mask for the rock band Megadeth, along with a 25-foot skeleton for an outdoor Baltimore attraction and a larger-than-life custom-made Gatekeeper for Hollywood legend Dick Van Dyke's southern California home haunt, to name a few! "Making Monsters" is produced by Warm Springs Productions for Travel Channel. For Warm Springs, the executive producers are Marc Pierce, Chris Richardson, Lisa Tanzer and Nathan Charlan. For Travel Channel, the executive producer is Brian Leonard.
· Ed Edmunds
· Marsha Edmunds
· Brian Leonard as EP (Travel)
· Chris Richardson as EP
· Lisa Tanzer as EP
· Marc Pierce as EP
· Nathan Charlan as EP
· reality (all)
· reality (documentary)
· Warm Springs Productions