The Dead Files
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Old Charleston Jail Travel Guide
For the first time ever, Ghost Adventures let 2 lucky fans, and the winners of the Music Video Mashup contest join them on the lockdown.
Zak goofs off for the cameras with lucky fan Dakota.
Zak and the crew prepare to shoot the reenactment.
The 130-year-old Old Charleston jail has accounted for over 14,000 deaths.
The guys learn the tale of Lavinia Fisher, the first female serial killer in the US, who was executed on site.
She allegedly told the crowd: "If any of you have a message for the devil, tell me now as I'll be seeing him soon."
Zak and the guys take a brief trip downtown to conduct a daytime investigation.
Zak, Nick and Aaron are surprised by what they capture inside the haunted Bed & Breakfast.
Zak interviews John La Verner, owner of bulldog tours, outside of the carriage building.
Local guide Henry Calhoun, AKA "The Hoon," gave the guys a tour of Old Charleston Jail.
Prisoners were punished with shackles, whippings and deprived of food and water.
Billy analyzes EVP's on his computer.
Aaron, Zak and Nick provide historical background before going on the lockdown.
Zak syncs Aaron and Nick's cameras before entering jail.
Old Charleston Jail Encounters 02:59
Contacting a Serial Killer 02:24
Horsing Around 02:33
Get Off Him 02:18
Recap: Old Charleston Jail 04:43
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