Grant Wilson, co-lead investigator of Syfy’s flagship reality series Ghost Hunters, will be leaving the show. The announcement was made on last night’s episode. His last episode will wrap production next month and air May 16. “While paranormal investigating has always been and will remain a passion for me, after enjoying nearly eight successful seasons on television, I have made the decision to leave the series in order to focus on other aspects of my personal life,” he said. Ghost Hunters chronicles cases from the files of TAPS (The Atlantic Paranormal Society) — led by Rhode Island plumbers Wilson and Jason Hawes. Since its 2004 premiere, the show, produced by Craig Piligian’s Pilgrim Studios, has spawned two spinoffs, with over 200 episodes among the three series.
'Ghost Hunters' Star Grant Wilson To Depart
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