Bonnie Springs Ranch

Built in 1843 as a stopover for the wagon trains going to California, Bonnie Springs Ranch has been transformed into a tourist attraction. But could these historic buildings be triggering a response from something other than the guests passing through?

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    February 3
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Zak, Nick and Aaron watch as members of the Paiute tribe do a traditional dance. 960 1280


The guys receive some words of wisdom and a blessing from a local Native American chief. 960 1280


The guys go over notes on a miniature train that runs through Bonnie Springs. 960 1280


Zak performs his first stunt for an Old West shootout scene. 960 1280


Zak, Nick and Aaron interview Deedee Dudlee, who had a paranormal experience while working at Bonnie Springs. 960 1280


Zak does some sunbathing in an old bath tub on the main street of Bonnie Springs. 960 1280


Nick and Aaron film Zak pretending to shoot an invisible foe. 960 1280


Zak stands on the front porch of the old Opera House with interview subject Joe Tasso, while Nick films them. 960 1280


Joe Tasso shows the guys how a padlock opened mysteriously in his hand. 960 1280


Joe Tasso shows the guys how a padlock opened mysteriously in his hand. 960 1280


Zak and Nick give Aaron a few spins on the haunted merry-go-round. 960 1280


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