Ghost Adventures: Black Swan Inn Pictures

Zak, Nick and Aaron head to San Antonio, TX, to investigate the 150-year-old Black Swan Inn, built on the grounds of the Battle of Salado.
Episode: Black Swan Inn
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Photo By: Ray Mata

Photo By: Ray Mata

Photo By: Ray Mata

Photo By: Ray Mata

Photo By: Ray Mata

Photo By: Ray Mata

Photo By: Ray Mata

Photo By: Ray Mata

Photo By: Ray Mata

Photo By: Ray Mata

Nick takes a quick break in a rocking chair on the Black Swan Inn’s wraparound porch.

Heinrich Mahler built the Black Swan Inn in 1867 -- 25 years after these grounds were the site of the Battle of Salado. The bloody skirmish between the Mexican army and a small Texas militia resulted in 60 Mexican deaths.

The guys suspect that the hauntings are caused by an unrested spirit from the Battle of Salado, and they hope to find support of this during the evening's lockdown.

Owner Jo Ann Rivera’s 9-year-old daughter, Madison, has seen a dark spirit in her room at night.

Jo Ann shares that she was groped by a dark spirit in her kitchen and felt the presence of a large male spirit in the law library.

In the heart of San Antonio, the Black Swan Inn sits along the banks of the Salado River.

Nick and Aaron film Zak as he discusses the dark history behind the Black Swan Inn and the Battle of Salado.

The guys explore the 35 acres of the Black Swan Inn with a metal detector.

The Black Swan Inn is surrounded by century-old oak and pecan trees, and the guys venture into these woods for answers.

Will the GAC find artifacts near the Black Swan Inn from the Battle of Salado Creek that took place in 1842?