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E! Channel Looks For 'Hot Girls In Scary Places'

E! Channel has ordered a reality show that aims to put an all-girl spin on paranormal investigation.

The show titled 'Hot Girls in Scary Places' will star three University of Southern California cheerleaders who will be challenged to spend the night in an abandoned hospital, that is rumored to be haunted. The three girls will compete for a $10,000 cash prize.

Here are details from the casting call which provides more details on the show:

Producers of "Laguna Beach" and "Paranormal State" are casting three hot friends to spend the night in a haunted location as a pilot for E!.

There are a few things in life as exciting as experiencing the terror of investigating the paranormal and haunted places. Most who dare take on the spirit world are experienced paranormal warriors, who have prepped, studied and armed themselves for battle with the nether world.

Enter the girls armed with the latest in scientific paranormal equipment (and the hottest new shoes.) These cute girls take on the scariest, weirdest, and most bizarre situations with the best intentions to uncover the truth, give peace to the spirit and not to freak out and leave screaming.

Their mission a simple one: Investigate and look fabulous doing it.

Each episode the girls will spend the night in a rumored haunted place surviving with only with their wits, energy bars, the latest in paranormal equipment.

'Hot Girls In Scary Places' is tentatively scheduled to premiere as a special on Friday, March 13.

February 13, 2009 |

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