Exploring New Heights and Different Fears (not just paranormal) with the Destination Fear Stars

Oct 23, 2020, 04:38 PM

Dakota, Chelsea, and Tanner discuss screams, suspense, and the new heights they face in the return of Destination Fear.

The season return of Destination Fear season 2 premieres Saturday, October 24, as part of Travel Channel's Ghostober event.

Court got a chance to talk with the show's stars, Dakota Laden, Chelsea Laden, and Tanner Wiseman, about the rest of the season in general and about a couple of episodes in particular: "Saratoga County Homestead" and "Randolph County Infirmary."

What did Dakota see in the Saratoga County Homestead to make him (a) scream and run, and (b) admit he's not going to get any good brother awards for that behavior, not to mention it's not a good look masculinity-wise?

Is this why Chelsea quipped her goal is to stay fitter and be just a little bit faster than the guys?

What did Dakota say they learned from the homestead's current caretaker? Why does he feel the activity is so aggressive?

Because the activity was so intense and scary would they ever go back to the Saratoga County Homestead?

What happened to Dakota during the interview that scared him and asked if they could change the subject? (It's just after the 17:00 minute mark.)

Does Dakota think the hard challenge he set up for everybody at the Randolph County Infirmary was a bad idea?

Dakota, Chelsea, and Tanner are definitely exploring new heights and facing different fears this go around, and Court had a blast talking with them about it all.

Episode image: In the season return of Destination Fear season 2, Alex Schroeder, Tanner Wiseman, Chelsea Laden, and Dakota Laden spend the night inside the Saratoga County Homestead in upstate New York. Courtesy of Travel Channel.

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