Mind-Blowing Pumpkin Carvings

These aren't your average jack-o-lanterns, kids. Take a look at the amazing artistry of pumpkin carving – these pumpkins have been carefully sculpted by pro pumpkin-gutter Scott Cummins.

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Ghost Adventures sneak peek
Ghost Adventures sneak peek

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Zak gets ready to start filming at a haunted Victorian mansion in Gardner, MA. 960 1280

  

Zak in Boston

Zak in Boston

Zak gets a few shots of his own around Boston. 960 1280

  

Zak in Boston

Zak in Boston

Zak pays tribute to the victims of the Boston Marathon tragedy. 960 1280

  

Zak in Missouri

Zak in Missouri

Billy films Zak outside the Missouri State Penitentiary in Jefferson City. 960 1280

  

Missouri State Penitentiary

Missouri State Penitentiary

Nick retraces the last steps of doomed prisoners in the gas chamber at the Missouri State Penitentiary. 960 1280

  

Missouri State Penitentiary

Missouri State Penitentiary

The ominous watchtower at the Missouri State Penitentiary. 960 1280

  

Black Swan Inn

Black Swan Inn

The GA crew heads to San Antonio, TX, to investigate the 150-year-old Black Swan Inn, home to a mysterious, dark presence tormenting both the owner and guests. 960 1280

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Black Swan Inn

Black Swan Inn

Zak tries a metal detector during the investigation of the Black Swan Inn. 960 1280

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Yost Theatre and Ritz Hotel

Yost Theatre and Ritz Hotel

Zak, Nick and Aaron travel to Santa Ana in Orange County, CA, to investigate the unexplained events that haunt employees at the Yost Theatre and the adjoining Ritz Hotel. 960 1280

  

Yost Theater

Yost Theater

Yost Theater, which opened in 1917, is the spot where Ernest Ball, composer of "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling,” dropped dead in the dressing room following a show in 1927. 960 1280

  

Aaron at Yost Theatre

Aaron at Yost Theatre

Aaron gets behind the camera at the Yost Theatre. 960 1280

  

Pioneer Saloon

Pioneer Saloon

The guys journey deep into the Nevada desert to investigate the 100-year-old Pioneer Saloon. 960 1280

  

Pioneer Saloon

Pioneer Saloon

While visiting the Pioneer Saloon, the guys hope to investigate the mysteries surrounding a famous 1942 plane crash victim: Carole Lombard, wife of Hollywood actor Clark Gable, who died in the mountains nearby. 960 1280

  

Zak in Nevada

Zak in Nevada

Zak gets out of an ATV on a dirt road in the Nevada desert. 960 1280

  

Tuolomne General Hospital

Tuolomne General Hospital

A hospital room at Tuolomne General Hospital in Sonora, CA. 960 1280

  

Tuolomne General Hospital

Tuolomne General Hospital

Aaron prepares for the lockdown at Tuolomne General Hospital, which was shut down not too long ago. 960 1280

  

Zak in Sonora, CA

Zak in Sonora, CA

Zak takes a moment to reflect before the investigation of Tuolomne General Hospital. 960 1280

  

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Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris

Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris

Perhaps the most well-known gargoyles in the world hover on Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. Technically known as grotesques (true gargoyles have waterspouts as mouths), these monstrous creatures glare ominously down on the City of Light. 960 1280

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Ulmer Munster, Ulm, Germany

Ulmer Munster, Ulm, Germany

Ulmer Munster’s steeple is the highest church steeple in the world, soaring 530 feet high. Dominating the skyline in Ulm, Germany, the church’s steeple is adorned with Gothic-inspired gargoyles, designed to ward off evil spirits. 960 1280

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Duomo di Milano, Milan

Duomo di Milano, Milan

The largest Gothic cathedral in the world, Duomo di Milano is one of Europe’s most impressive architectural wonders. For the hale and hearty, climb the 170 stairs to the roof for a closer look at the Gothic gargoyles. 960 1280

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National Cathedral, Washington, DC

National Cathedral, Washington, DC

Washington National Cathedral’s English Gothic architecture is adorned with gargoyles. More modern in look, these gargoyles (including one famous Darth Vader!) were carved over the last 50 years, with designs determined by their donors and artists. 960 1280

dctim1, flickr  

Eastern State Penitentiary, PA

Eastern State Penitentiary, PA

Two gargoyles, Frank and Carson, are perched atop Eastern State Penitentiary in Pennsylvania. The 2 were added in 2005 to ward off the evil spirits of some of the world’s most notorious criminals who are believed to still roam the crumbling cellblocks. 960 1280

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Merton Chapel College, Oxford

Merton Chapel College, Oxford

Gargoyles peer down from the chapel roof of Merton College, one of the oldest colleges in Oxford, England. 960 1280

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Dragon Bridge, Slovenia

Dragon Bridge, Slovenia

Dragon statues guard Ljubljana’s Dragon Bridge, known by locals as the "mother-in-law" bridge due its forbidding and fiery guard. Dragons are seen throughout the capital city, as its patron saint St. George slayed dragons, according to Catholic legend. 960 1280

Michael Daines, flickr  

Chrysler Building, NYC

Chrysler Building, NYC

Manhattan’s iconic skyscraper, Chrysler Building, was originally designed as the automobile maker’s headquarters in the late 1920s. Architectural details, such as the building's gargoyles, were modeled after Chrysler automobile products, such as the Plymouth hood ornaments. 960 1280

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Westminster Abbey, London

Westminster Abbey, London

The grotesques that hover on London’s Westminster Abbey are true gargoyles, with waterspouts for mouths. They’re also a creepy counterpoint to the statues of saints also on the church’s exterior. 960 1280

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Puente del Reino, Valencia

Puente del Reino, Valencia

Four gruesome, Gothic-inspired gargoyles stand guard at the Bridge of the Kingdom in Valencia, Spain. 960 1280

Eduardo Ales, flickr  

Eikan-do, Japan

Eikan-do, Japan

The highly ornate Japanese architectural ornament “onigawara” literally means “demon tiles.” Like Western stone grotesques, they were traditionally believed to ward off evil 960 1280

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Batalh, Portugal

Batalh, Portugal

The Monastery of Batalha in Portugal is an impressive work of Gothic architecture, adorned with monstrous gargoyles and other elaborate carvings. 960 1280

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St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague

St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague

Located within the Prague Castle complex, Saint Vitus' Cathedral is an imposing Gothic church that holds the tombs of Bohemian kings and Holy Roman emperors. Beyond being utterly monstrous, the gargoyles nestled on this cathedral have a functional purpose -- they spew rainwater from the building's roof at an angle that keeps it from running down the walls. 960 1280

Aconcagua, flickr  


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