Hey you fans of the odd and mysterious, an episode of the Travel Channel's The Dead Files filmed at the Castle House in Brumley will be premiered this Saturday, May 13. Tune in to see a bit of Brumley and Lake history. If you can't, then record it for viewing later.

Hey you fans of the odd and mysterious, an episode of the Travel Channel's The Dead Files filmed at the Castle House in Brumley will be premiered this Saturday, May 13. Tune in to see a bit of Brumley and Lake history. If you can't, then record it for viewing later.

Steve DiSchiavi and Amy Allan traveled to Brumley last year to investigate paranormal disturbances keeping customers awake at an historic bed and breakfast. While Steve's investigation of the 169-year-old Victorian house known as the Haunted Castle House B&B reveals a surprising past involving medicine and religion, including a horrific murder-suicide, Amy encounters several translucent entities, one of which is stalking the living from within the building's walls.

It is scheduled to air at 10 p.m. Saturday and 1 a.m. Sunday. 

The Haunted Castle House B&B has been featured several times on networks including the Travel Channel and History Channel for various paranormal activity shows and segments, making it one of the most popular tourism attractions at the Lake of the Ozarks. 

The format of the show includes an initial walk-through by the hosts, investigations of the rooms and floors, interviews with the owners and those tied to the location, research, a collaboration with a sketch artist and the final reveal of evidence. 

According to the Haunted Castle House’s website, “With over a century of verified paranormal activity the Haunted Castle House, established in 1850, is a beautiful Queen Anne Victorian home that served as a country doctor’s office, hospital, funeral home and morgue for over a century.” The house is also surrounded by a pioneer cemetery and a mass grave with history reportedly connected to the Civil War and the infamous outlaw Jesse James.