It may not be October yet, but some chilling tales are coming to LMN. The sophomore season of LMN’s original series, “Ghost Inside My Child,” will premiere on Saturday, Aug. 16 at 9 p.m. EDT.

For those unfamiliar with the unique series, “Ghost Inside My Child” features children of all ages who remember experiences from previous lives. Each episode features the “extraordinary accounts of children’s inexplicable tales, who have experienced very real memories that belong to someone else and are hard to explain.”

In Season 1, viewers watched as a child’s fear of drowning linked to memories he had of the Titanic. Another episode told the story of a girl who had “another mother” whose leg was amputated after a snake bite.

Season 2 will continue with the gripping and haunting tales of past lives. The premiere episode will kick off with two tragic stories – one of a young girl who “remembers being inside the Empire State Building when a plane crashed into it.” The accident occurred on July 28, 1945 when a U.S. Army B-25 bomber became disoriented in the morning fog. At 9:40 a.m., William Franklin Smith Jr., the pilot, crashed into the Empire State Building between the 78th and 80th floors. Smith Jr., and his two passengers, Staff Sergeant Christopher Domitrovich and Navy aviation machinist Albert Perna, were killed in the crash, along with 11 people inside the building.

The second story to be featured during episode 1 is about a boy who “suffered night terrors from memories of the massacre of Native Americans.” Viewers will not only learn about these vivid memories, but find out how the children have been “affected by traumatic lives they claim to have lived before.”

The 14 episode second season will kick off on Saturday, Aug. 16 at 9 p.m. EDT. Will you be tuning in? Tweet your thoughts to @AmandaTVScoop.