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The Plath Family's Faith Was Shaken by the Accidental Death of Their Young Son


Move over, Duggars! TLC has found a new conservative Christian family to follow around with TV cameras. 

The network’s upcoming reality series, Welcome to Plathville, features Barry and Kim Plath, who raised their nine children on a 55-acre farm in rural Georgia with limited technology. 

"We’ve structured our lifestyle here so that we can retreat to our piece of heaven on earth," Barry says in a clip from the show. 

Despite claiming to abstain from the use of computers and televisions, the Plaths have a website, YouTube channel, and Facebook page, which are largely dedicated to promoting their southern gospel band. (Anyone else getting serious Willis Family vibes?) 

Here’s what we’ve learned about the Plaths from their various digital platforms.