February 20, 2020
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Prozak to star in new TV series “Haunting in the Heartland”

Steven T. Shippy, better known as Prozak in the Juggalo world is a man of many talents and interests. He might be a prominent figure in the rap scene, but that hasn’t stopped him from finding the time to be an avid paranormal investigator and documentary filmmaker. So far, he has produced and directed 10 films including A Haunting on Brockway Street and A Haunting at the Hoyt Library. For a full list of his works, you can check out his IMDb page.

Prozak’s latest venture into the world of paranormal documentaries will consist of a brand new television series called Haunting in the Heartland which will premiere on the Travel Channel on February 21 at 10|9c. The show’s focus centres around several stories of unexplained paranormal experiences present in many towns across the American Midwest. Prozak is no stranger to the paranormal having lived in rural Michigan as he explains:

Growing up in a haunted house in a small Midwestern town, I understand the isolation of the experience, and it was only when others in town started to have similar experiences that I realized I wasn’t alone – Like my documentaries, working on this show is truly my life’s work. These small towns have a bigger story to tell, and in order to find the resolution these families need now, we need to piece together their past.”

The show will consist of 6 one-hour episodes in which Prozak visits different locations each with their own stories of paranormal phenomena. In these episodes he sets out to decipher their mysteries and come to an appropriate resolution so as to help these communities find some closure among all the fear and panic. Confirmed locations for the show include Merrill, Michigan, Atchison, Kansas, and Malvern, Iowa.

To learn more about the show you can visit Travel Channel’s webpage where they provide their own summary as well as some more information about Steve Shippy (Prozak). You can also make use of the hashtag #HauntingInTheHeartland to find more updates and discuss the show with other fans!

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    Faygoluvers Comments

  1. kukluxklown

    kukluxklown

    Comment posted on Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020 04:36 pm GMT -6 at 4:36 pm

    NOT TO BE A HATER HERE
    BUT HOW IS PROZAK A THING

    I MEAN HE WORKED WITH MIKE CLARK, THATS AWESOME

    SIGNED TO STRANGE. YES THATS DOPE

    BUT HE NEVER REALLY CAUGHT ON WITH JUGGALOS

    SO ARE THERE A BUNCH OF REGULAR PEOPLE THAT BUMP PROZAK OR WHAT

    OR AM I OVERLOOKING A MASS HERD OF PROZAKALOS?

    HE MUST JUST BE RICH AND DOES MUSIC AND MOVIES AS HIS MAIN HOBBIES I GUESS

  2. Slumerican502

    Slumerican502

    Comment posted on Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020 07:00 pm GMT -6 at 7:00 pm

    Theres at least one juggalo he caught on with. I rate Tales From The Sick as one of the best horrorcore albums period. The dude really knows how to tell a story.
    One of his songs was basically jacked wholesale by the movie Mother.

    Plus him and gordy on deadman was fucking killer.

    Plus plus his haunting series was actually pretty cool if you are into paranormal shit.
    I’m happy for the dude

  3. Eastsidestabber17

    Comment posted on Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020 09:16 pm GMT -6 at 9:16 pm

    Fuck that prozak is dope and that p.d.m is at the bottom of the list of what he has I love p.d.m but everything from tales from the sick to black ink all gets better

  4. Robocop

    Robocop

    Comment posted on Thursday, January 23rd, 2020 06:50 am GMT -6 at 6:50 am

    Project dead man is on of my favorite albums. Tales from the sick was also SICK. Oh and yo if he didnt catch on to juggalos strange music would have never signed him. Back then they were really trying to appeal to juggalos and having mike e clark as his producer on pdm im sure it caught juggalos attention. Ive been a prozakalo.!

  5. Noah Fence

    Noah Fence

    Comment posted on Thursday, January 23rd, 2020 05:52 pm GMT -6 at 5:52 pm

    Bedlam was dope. Project Deadman was dope. Prozak by himself is dope. His movies are dope. I’m excited for this show.

  6. Radam

    Radam

    Comment posted on Saturday, January 25th, 2020 01:02 am GMT -6 at 1:02 am

    This should be awesome. Everything Prozak makes is dope as fuck!

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