This program from the History Channel takes the viewer to see firsthand the locations throughout America where the undead are said to still roam. Ghostly apparitions are described by eyewitnesses, while historians recount the incidents which left people dead but unable to depart in peace. In an old building, the viewer sees the place where Mary Surrat was hanged. She is said to still protest the accusation that she helped assassinate President Abraham Lincoln. The program visits the cemeteries of New Orleans -- the so called Cities of the Dead -- where their most famous resident, Marie Laveau, the Voodoo Queen, is said to still aid those in need. From coast to coast, stories of spirits and hauntings are compiled for the consideration of skeptic and believer alike.