Ghost Adventures: Central Unit Prison Pictures

Zak, Nick and Aaron head to the recently-closed Central Unit Prison in Sugar Land, TX, to be the first and only investigators to document the spirits of its violent former inmates.

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Baker Hotel
Baker Hotel

Baker Hotel

Nick and the GA guys travel to Mineral Wells, TX, to investigate the Baker Hotel. 960 1280

  

Mineral Wells

Mineral Wells

The town of Mineral Wells is famous for their mineral water, which is said to have healing powers. In the Baker Hotel’s heyday, people would travel from all over the country to drink the water, believing it would “cure what ails them.” 960 1280

  

Baker Hotel Investigation

Baker Hotel Investigation

Nick performs interviews inside the Baker Hotel, which closed in 1972 and has remained empty ever since. 960 1280

  

Baker Hotel Investigation

Baker Hotel Investigation

The guys learn of plans to renovate and reopen the Baker Hotel, as well as the deaths that occurred in the hotel’s history. 960 1280

  

Famous Mineral Water Co

Famous Mineral Water Co

Zak, Nick and Aaron sample mineral water at the Famous Mineral Water Co. With lithium as one of its main components, this "crazy water" was all the rage in the early 20th century as a therapeutic treatment for a number of ailments. 960 1280

  

Famous Mineral Water Co

Famous Mineral Water Co

Mineral Wells, TX, sits atop natural aquifers loaded with water filled with minerals, thus the name. This water bottle statue sits outside the Famous Mineral Water Co. 960 1280

  

Zak Bagans

Zak Bagans

Zak makes a new 4-legged friend. 960 1280

  

Baker Hotel

Baker Hotel

The Baker Hotel was a popular spa destination in the 1930s and 40s. 960 1280

  

Zak at the Baker Hotel

Zak at the Baker Hotel

Before the lockdown, Zak examines the Baker Hotel. 960 1280

  

Mineral Wells

Mineral Wells

The massive (and now abandoned) hotel rises 14 stories over the town of Mineral Wells, with 450 guest rooms, 2 ballrooms, a bowling alley and a swimming pool. 960 1280

  

Baker Hotel

Baker Hotel

Zak and Aaron strategize for the lockdown at the Baker Hotel. 960 1280

  

Baker Hotel

Baker Hotel

Aaron films inside the Baker Hotel. Before the lockdown, the GAC talk to building inspector Tony Stubblefield, who tells them about the death of a young girl who mistakenly, and tragically, thought she could leap into the swimming pool from the 11th-floor balcony. 960 1280

  

Baker Hotel

Baker Hotel

The guys talk to Mark Rawlings, a contractor who's working on the hotel’s renovation. Mark takes Nick to the 7th floor to see the room of the former owner's mistress, who killed herself in the hotel. 960 1280

  

Baker Hotel

Baker Hotel

The guys are ready for their lockdown at the Baker Hotel. 960 1280

  

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Baker Hotel

Baker Hotel

Nick and the GA guys travel to Mineral Wells, TX, to investigate the Baker Hotel. 960 1280

  

Mineral Wells

Mineral Wells

The town of Mineral Wells is famous for their mineral water, which is said to have healing powers. In the Baker Hotel’s heyday, people would travel from all over the country to drink the water, believing it would “cure what ails them.” 960 1280

  

Baker Hotel Investigation

Baker Hotel Investigation

Nick performs interviews inside the Baker Hotel, which closed in 1972 and has remained empty ever since. 960 1280

  

Baker Hotel Investigation

Baker Hotel Investigation

The guys learn of plans to renovate and reopen the Baker Hotel, as well as the deaths that occurred in the hotel’s history. 960 1280

  

Famous Mineral Water Co

Famous Mineral Water Co

Zak, Nick and Aaron sample mineral water at the Famous Mineral Water Co. With lithium as one of its main components, this "crazy water" was all the rage in the early 20th century as a therapeutic treatment for a number of ailments. 960 1280

  

Famous Mineral Water Co

Famous Mineral Water Co

Mineral Wells, TX, sits atop natural aquifers loaded with water filled with minerals, thus the name. This water bottle statue sits outside the Famous Mineral Water Co. 960 1280

  

Zak Bagans

Zak Bagans

Zak makes a new 4-legged friend. 960 1280

  

Baker Hotel

Baker Hotel

The Baker Hotel was a popular spa destination in the 1930s and 40s. 960 1280

  

Zak at the Baker Hotel

Zak at the Baker Hotel

Before the lockdown, Zak examines the Baker Hotel. 960 1280

  

Mineral Wells

Mineral Wells

The massive (and now abandoned) hotel rises 14 stories over the town of Mineral Wells, with 450 guest rooms, 2 ballrooms, a bowling alley and a swimming pool. 960 1280

  

Baker Hotel

Baker Hotel

Zak and Aaron strategize for the lockdown at the Baker Hotel. 960 1280

  

Baker Hotel

Baker Hotel

Aaron films inside the Baker Hotel. Before the lockdown, the GAC talk to building inspector Tony Stubblefield, who tells them about the death of a young girl who mistakenly, and tragically, thought she could leap into the swimming pool from the 11th-floor balcony. 960 1280

  

Baker Hotel

Baker Hotel

The guys talk to Mark Rawlings, a contractor who's working on the hotel’s renovation. Mark takes Nick to the 7th floor to see the room of the former owner's mistress, who killed herself in the hotel. 960 1280

  

Baker Hotel

Baker Hotel

The guys are ready for their lockdown at the Baker Hotel. 960 1280

  

Palmer House Hotel in Sauk Centre, MN

Palmer House Hotel in Sauk Centre, MN

Aaron makes fun of Zak’s coveralls at the Palmer House Hotel in Sauk Centre, MN, where dark energy is thought to be lurking in the basement. Check out the Ghost Adventures homepage for more! 960 1280

  

Central Unit Prison in Sugar Land, TX

Central Unit Prison in Sugar Land, TX

Zak and Nick film a reenactment scene with a crew member at the Central Unit Prison in Sugar Land, TX, where the guys are the first and only investigators to document the spirits of the prison’s violent former inmates. 960 1280

  

Black Moon Manor in Greenfield, IN

Black Moon Manor in Greenfield, IN

Aaron inspects the siding of the 150-year-old Black Moon Manor in Greenfield, IN. 960 1280

  

Black Moon Manor in Greenfield, IN

Black Moon Manor in Greenfield, IN

Zak talks to Matt, the owner of Black Moon Manor, outside the house. 960 1280

  

Excalibur Nightclub in Chicago

Excalibur Nightclub in Chicago

Zak, Nick and Aaron begin their investigation of Excalibur Nightclub in Chicago with an interview. 960 1280

  

Central Unit Prison in Sugar Land, TX

Central Unit Prison in Sugar Land, TX

Texas’ Central Unit Prison, built in 1909, had been shut down just 6 months before the guys arrived to investigate paranormal activity. 960 1280

  

Palmer House Hotel in Sauk Centre, MN

Palmer House Hotel in Sauk Centre, MN

Zak, Nick and Aaron review evidence inside the Palmer House Hotel in Minnesota. 960 1280

  

Excalibur Nightclub, Chicago

Excalibur Nightclub, Chicago

Zak, Nick and Aaron strike a pose in the woods by Excalibur Nightclub in Zak’s hometown of Chicago. 960 1280

  

Central Unit Prison in Sugar Land, TX

Central Unit Prison in Sugar Land, TX

At the Central Unit Prison, Aaron films Zak’s interview with the parent of a former inmate. 960 1280

  

Palmer House Hotel in Sauk Centre, MN

Palmer House Hotel in Sauk Centre, MN

Zak gets ready to do some digging in the basement of the Palmer House Hotel. 960 1280

  

Central Unit Prison in Sugar Land, TX

Central Unit Prison in Sugar Land, TX

Zak films outside Central Unit Prison’s walls. 960 1280

  

Palmer House Hotel in Sauk Centre, MN

Palmer House Hotel in Sauk Centre, MN

Aaron sets up his camera on the streets of Sauk Centre, MN, outside the Palmer House Hotel. 960 1280

  

Black Moon Manor in Greenfield, IN

Black Moon Manor in Greenfield, IN

Zak, Nick and Aaron strike a pose before delving into the Black Moon Manor’s deep, dark history. 960 1280

  

The GAC in Chicago

The GAC in Chicago

Aaron films an army of police officers and protesters in Chicago. 960 1280

  

Black Swan Inn

Black Swan Inn

Nick takes a quick break in a rocking chair on the Black Swan Inn’s wraparound porch. 960 1280

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Black Swan Inn

Black Swan Inn

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. 960 1280

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Black Swan Inn

Black Swan Inn

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. 960 1280

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Black Swan Inn

Black Swan Inn

Owner Jo Ann Rivera’s 9-year-old daughter, Madison, has seen a dark spirit in her room at night. 960 1280

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Black Swan Inn

Black Swan Inn

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. 960 1280

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Black Swan Inn

Black Swan Inn

In the heart of San Antonio, the Black Swan Inn sits along the banks of the Salado River. 960 1280

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Nick and Aaron film Zak

Nick and Aaron film Zak

Nick and Aaron film Zak as he discusses the dark history behind the Black Swan Inn and the Battle of Salado. 960 1280

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The guys in San Antonio

The guys in San Antonio

The guys explore the 35 acres of the Black Swan Inn with a metal detector. 960 1280

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The guys in San Antonio

The guys in San Antonio

The Black Swan Inn is surrounded by century-old oak and pecan trees, and the guys venture into these woods for answers. 960 1280

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The guys in San Antonio

The guys in San Antonio

Will the GAC find artifacts near the Black Swan Inn from the Battle of Salado Creek that took place in 1842? 960 1280

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