Super fans submitted their own Ghost Adventures tributes and paranormal evidence, and we picked some of the best to put on-air.
Super Fan: When the McLain family -- regular attendees of Comic Con -- learned that Zak, Nick and Aaron were in attendance, they rushed over to the booth as fast as they could. Their son William is a huge fan, and they couldn't miss a chance for him to meet the stars of his favorite show. Even though it was the end of the day, the guys posed for this photo, which currently hangs on William's wall.
Fan Evidence: This photo was taken October 17, 2011, at the Philipsburg Manor in Sleepy Hollow, NY. Once photographer Gina Buccellato found this image, she began calling the manor to learn more about its past residents, but has yet to receive closure on the matter.
Super Fan: These photos, taken by Beth Matheson, depict her son doing his best Zak Bagans impression.
Super Fan (con't): Obviously, he has the shirt, hairdo, and stance down pat.
Fan Evidence: This photo was taken many years ago, when Dawn Carman (now a grown woman) was only 5 or 6 years old. She is not sure who the ghost is, but suspects that it might be the spirit of her late brother, watching over her.
Super Fan: This photo shows beyond a doubt that Megan Boeh is not only one of the biggest Ghost Adventures fans out there, but that she is also among the best pumpkin carvers the world has ever seen!
Fan Evidence: This photo was captured by Realms of the Unknown Investigations of Idaho on an old haunted bridge in Caldwell, ID. It was about 8PM when someone heard footsteps, and began snapping photos. This was the picture that was taken, which appears to show a ghost leaning against the bridge.
Super Fan: This photo features Zak posing with Stevie Rabino, a Ghost Adventures lover who often (according to his mother) dresses like a 'Mini-Me Zak.'
Fan Evidence: This photo was captured by Tamara Bell in Connersville, Indiana. The window seen is on the second floor of a mansion on Second Street, once known as a home for the disabled.
Super Fan: Artist Stephanie Shoap spent 18 hours over three days creating this painting, the idea for which popped into her head one day during the opening credits of Ghost Adventures, and stuck there until she finally decided to get it out.
Fan Evidence: This photo was captured by Melissa Hearton at the Whaley House, a building that Travel Channel has called the most haunting building in America!
Super Fan: Nicole Marshall was at a food festival in Las Vegas when her daughter Willow saw Aaron and Zak, and remembered them as the guys 'dressed like old soldiers' from the Gettysburg episode. Aaron and Zak posed for this photo with Willow, who now wants to be a ghost investigator when she grows up.
Fan Evidence: This picture was taken in Fort Smith, Arkansas during an Easter Party in 2010. Jessica Hall was taking a photo of her son Keegan holding balloons, and she was absolutely blown away by the pink orb that revealed itself.
Super Fan: Scott Songer and a few friends were watching a Ghost Adventures marathon, when talk turned toward dressing up like Zak. They got the smallest shirts they could find with wispy skulls and crosses on them, but found their 'guns' not nearly big enough to make the shirts as tight as Zak manages. They rounded the look off with baggy jeans, front-tucked shirt, and spiked hair. Unfortunately, none of them could find any awesome belt buckles.
Fan Evidence: When Mary Aguirre's son Aarin was born in 1993, he came down with pneumonia and had to be put in the Natal Intensive Care Unit for a week. His aunt came to visit, but because she was not allowed in, she took some pictures from outside the room (if you look closely, you can see a nurse holding Aarin up in the back of the picture). Mary believes that the figures in this photo are angels looking over the babies.
Super Fan: Chris Cherney created this drawing with an addiction to Ghost Adventures, combined with a few hours of sketching and a few days of coloring it in and adding texture on his computer. He added in Zak, Nick and Aaron's most notable sayings, and voila!
Fan Evidence: The strange anomaly in these pictures was captured by 2 different cameras, at different angles, by the Northern California Paranormal Researchers.
Super Fan: This tattoo, on the arm of Ernesto Lara, was designed by his fiancee Isabel Valencia. The little girl is an angel, and her head is turned away to symbolize that spirits sometimes need help to be shown the light. And it features Ghost Adventures because they have changed his life and inspired him to become a paranormal investigator.
Fan Evidence: These shots were taken by Catskill Paranormal while on an investigation in Upstate New York. They were taken seconds apart, and it appears that the figure's head actually moves!
Super Fan: This picture features young Josephine Robards, as she gets ready for another episode of her favorite show. (Mom and dad are big fans, too!)
Fan Evidence: Mitch Russell took this photo at the Buffalo Central Terminal as he was leaving a model train show, where he felt he was being watched or followed the entire time. It wasn't until hours later when he got home and found what he had captured.