Gail Porter and Chris Fleming take a spirited road trip through the West Coast of America looking for the ghostly locations where the legends of stage and screen reside. She is a self-confessed sceptic, he is a "sensitive" able to detect paranormal events beyond the range of the five senses. Together their mission is to investigate the "Dead Famous"!
Tonight they visit the world famous comedy store on Sunset Boulevard, a yacht owned by Al Capone and the infamous Alcatraz prison in search of the spirits of The Mob.
Gail Porter and Chris Fleming start their search for the spirit of Ol' Blue Eyes in Las Vegas, with Chris spending the night in a hotel suite that was once Sinatra's favourite. Next stop is Thunderbird Lodge on Lake Tahoe and their journey finishes at Cal-Neva, a hotel that Sinatra owned
Gail Porter and Chris Fleming spend a night at the hotel where Marilyn Monroe lived for two years, and Chris holds a seance with a group of Marilyn's fans.
Gail Porter and Chris Fleming retrace the fateful journey of James Dean on his last day, from where he ate breakfast to where he crashed and died.
Gail Porter and Chris Fleming visit Los Angeles and the former haunts of Jim Morrison of the Doors.
Gail Porter and Chris Fleming search for the spirit of Lucille Ball, including a visit to the studios where I Love Lucy was first made.
Gail Porter and Chris Fleming return to the infamous Alcatraz prison in San Francisco Bay to follow up on their first visit six months previously and conduct more investigations into paranormal activity. They spent an entire night on the island along with psychic Carla Baron and parapsychologist Richard Senate.
Gail Porter and Chris Fleming return to Thunderbird Lodge in Nevada seeking more signs of paranormal activity six months after their first visit in search of the spirit of Frank Sinatra. Joined by experts including parapsychologist Janice Oberding and psychic Linda Wolf, they soon find things happening quicker than anticipated.