Ghost Adventures: Fall 2012 Sneak Peek

See pics of upcoming investigations from the all-new season of Ghost Adventures.

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Zak, Nick and Aaron
Zak, Nick and Aaron

Zak, Nick and Aaron

Zak, Nick and Aaron pose outside the house. 960 1280

  

Zak Bagans

Zak Bagans

Zak gives directions outside the Black Moon Manor. 960 1280

  

Black Moon Manor

Black Moon Manor

The current owner of the house, Matt, has a list of the 200 people who supposedly died in the house from a smallpox outbreak in the 1800s. 960 1280

  

Black Moon Manor

Black Moon Manor

Zak, Nick and Aaron interview Matt and his girlfriend, Jennifer, who recounts her experience being attacked by an unseen force inside the house. 960 1280

  

Black Moon Manor

Black Moon Manor

Zak and Matt talk things over on the terrace of the Black Moon Manor. 960 1280

  

Zak interviews a witness

Zak interviews a witness

Aaron and Nick film Zak interviewing a former resident of Black Moon Manor. 960 1280

  

Zak, Nick and Aaron

Zak, Nick and Aaron

Zak, Nick and Aaron investigate the cemetery. 960 1280

  

The grave of Dr. Harley

The grave of Dr. Harley

The grave of Dr. Harvey, the man who turned Black Moon Manor into an infirmary. 960 1280

  

Black Moon Manor

Black Moon Manor

Aaron outside the Black Moon Manor. 960 1280

  

Jay, a member of the film crew

Jay, a member of the film crew

Jay, a member of the film crew, checks his bag inside the house. 960 1280

  

Zak, Nick and Matt

Zak, Nick and Matt

Zak, Nick and Aaron stop to take a pose outside the house. 960 1280

  

Black Moon Manor

Black Moon Manor

This 150-year-old manor sits in the dense woods of the Buck Creek forest. 960 1280

  

Zak talks to Matt

Zak talks to Matt

Zak talks to Matt outside the house. 960 1280

  

Zak, Nick and Aaron

Zak, Nick and Aaron

Zak, Nick and Aaron plan the lockdown. 960 1280

  

Zak at Fox Hollow Farm
Zak at Fox Hollow Farm

Zak at Fox Hollow Farm

Zak sets up his camera at the base of the staircase. 960 1280

  

Fox Hollow Farm

Fox Hollow Farm

This 18-acre estate was once the home of alleged serial killer, Herb Baumeister. In the 1990s, Baumeister, a seemingly straight-laced family man, was suspected of murdering several gay men. 960 1280

  

Billy and Jay set up to film

Billy and Jay set up to film

Billy and Jay set up as Zak, Nick and Aaron discuss how they will approach the investigation. 960 1280

  

Fox Hollow Farm

Fox Hollow Farm

The backyard of the farm is where Baumeister allegedly disposed of his victims’ remains. 960 1280

  

Fox Hollow Farm

Fox Hollow Farm

The office and library of Fox Hollow Farm. 960 1280

  

Fox Hollow Farm

Fox Hollow Farm

A view of the home’s master bathroom, which belonged to Herb. The current homeowners, Rob and Vicki Graves, believe Herb’s presence is here – they think he wants to be close to his victims. 960 1280

  

Zak, Nick and Aaron at Fox Hollow Farm

Zak, Nick and Aaron at Fox Hollow Farm

Zak, Nick and Aaron film in the home’s billiards room. 960 1280

  

Fox Hollow Farm

Fox Hollow Farm

The entrance and staircase at the Fox Hollow Farm. 960 1280

  

Fox Hollow Farm

Fox Hollow Farm

While living in this second-floor apartment, Joe LeBlanc would hear the door knocker violently bang on the door, to the point where the door violently flew open on its own. 960 1280

  

Zak, Nick and Aaron at Fox Hollow Farm

Zak, Nick and Aaron at Fox Hollow Farm

Aaron, Nick and Jay adjust the equipment for the next shot. 960 1280

  

Fox Hollow Farm

Fox Hollow Farm

Homeowner Vicki admits to seeing a legless apparition in a red t-shirt, walking into the woods. She suspects it could have been one of Herb Baumeister’s victims. 960 1280

  

Fox Hollow Farm

Fox Hollow Farm

During the investigation, the guys learn that Herb would pick up men at local gay bars and then invite them into his home. He would then perform acts of erotic asphyxiation, which sometimes went too far, leading to the strangulation and death of his victims. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN
Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Aaron, Zak and Nick find themselves in the Midwest for an investigation of Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Back in 1845, one of the richest and most influential men in Indiana, Simon T. Powell, built the biggest house in Henry County. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor has been abandoned since the 1970s -- which explains the poor, rundown condition of the mansion. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Zak does research on the manor’s history with the current owner of the house, Steve Miller. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

During their investigation, the guys uncover this artifact that documents Powell Stock Farms – owned by the original builder of the manor. 960 1280

  

Zak in Indiana

Zak in Indiana

Zak gets a wide shot of the manor from the side of the road. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

A light fixture hangs from the ceiling in Thornhaven Manor. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Steve takes a look around Thornhaven Manor, finding a bird trapped inside the abandoned building. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

The GAC hope to find compelling evidence, in addition to that found by previous paranormal investigators, when they embark on the night's lockdown. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

In 1906, the long-time caretaker of the estate, Rueben Bailey, died after being poisoned by his son-in-law in the house. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Sometimes, the most haunted places are the most isolated, and it doesn’t get much more isolated than the farmland of the Midwest. 960 1280