Deadliest Hotels and Hospitals
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The Jerome Grand Hotel is the most haunted structure in Jerome, Arizona, a town known as "Ghost City." Originally built in 1926, an estimated 9,000 people died on the premises.
The Mizpah Hotel was a storied hotel and casino during the Nevada Gold Rush. While in the basement, Aaron witnessed a broken elevator's doors open and close in front of his eyes.
In a multi-part lockdown at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Old Town San Diego, California, the guys investigated the raucous spirits from wild parties dating back almost 2 centuries ago.
The crew returned to Virginia City, Nevada, to investigate the Silver Queen Hotel where they recorded their first visual evidence in their 2004 documentary. Zak entered Room 11 to reconnect with Rosie, a prostitute who committed suicide.
The guys experienced terrifying paranormal activity in the Stanley Hotel, the inspiration for the Stephen King horror classic "The Shinning."
They caught mind-blowing evidence at the Goldfield Hotel in Nevada, the old ghost town that launched their careers.
Since it opened in 1827 as the Genesee County Poor Farm, the Rolling Hills Asylum has had many faces. Some unfortunates never escaped the place, dead or alive and it's haunted to this day.
High atop Louisville, Kentucky, sits a structure which bared witness to one of the most horrific diseases known to man: Tuberculosis. The guys investigated Waverly Hills Sanatorium, the final destination for many who were without hope.
The GA team investigated an abandoned hospital in Yorktown, Texas where the ghosts of nearly 2,000 people who died there still linger.
Zak, Nick & Aaron traveled to Letchworth Village, an abandoned mental institution complex in Haverstraw, NY, to reveal a powerful and addictive force that compels locals to persistently revisit the haunted grounds. During the lockdown Zak felt a force clinging to him.
GA investigated a former hospital turned haunted house in Salt Lake City, Utah, where a spirit called Zak out by name.
On 63,000 square feet in New Castle, Pennsylvania, lies the massive edifice called the Hill View Manor -- where spirits seep out of walls, a cemetery full of souls wander its soil, and our Ghost Adventures Crew spent the night listening to the voices of many of them cry out from the "other side."