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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

  

Photos

Aaron makes a funny face

Aaron makes a funny face

Aaron makes a funny face as he shoots with his handheld camera and rides the carousel with Zak and Nick. 960 1280

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Aaron at at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk

Aaron at at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk

Aaron holds up his prize after playing the arcade games at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk. 960 1280

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The guys on a water log ride

The guys on a water log ride

The guys at the end of a water log ride at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk. 960 1280

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Zak and Aaron at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk

Zak and Aaron at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk

Aaron and Zak pose with a hammer in front of the High Striker at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk. 960 1280

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Zak wins at the High Striker

Zak wins at the High Striker

Zak holds up his prize after winning at the High Striker at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk. 960 1280

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Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk

Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk

The Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk sign. 960 1280

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Zak and Nick

Zak and Nick

Zak and Nick stage their shot. 960 1280

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The guys take a break

The guys take a break

The guys take a break while filming. 960 1280

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Brookdale Lodge

Brookdale Lodge

A burnt-out section of the Brookdale Lodge. 960 1280

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Zak at the Brookdale Lodge

Zak at the Brookdale Lodge

Zak stands in front of the Brookdale Lodge. 960 1280

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Aaron with firefighters

Aaron with firefighters

Aaron shows the firefighters a few photos. 960 1280

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Brookdale Lodge

Brookdale Lodge

A broken stained-glass window at the Brookdale Lodge. 960 1280

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Zak and Gracie at Brookdale

Zak and Gracie at Brookdale

Zak and his dog, Gracie, pose on top of the bridge inside the Brookdale Lodge. 960 1280

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A stone wall at Brookdale

A stone wall at Brookdale

A face carved into a stone wall. 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

  

Interview With Writer/Historian Dan Willoughby

Interview With Writer/Historian Dan Willoughby

Zak Bagans and Aaron Goodwin interview writer/historian Dan Willoughby, fourth great-grandson of a man who experienced the Bell Witch. 960 1280

  

Headstone of John Bell

Headstone of John Bell

John Bell's headstone. The state of Tennessee officially declared his 1820 murder a supernatural event. 960 1280

  

Ghost Adventures Crew With Robert Bell

Ghost Adventures Crew With Robert Bell

The Ghost Adventures crew with Robert Bell, fifth great-grandson of John Bell. 960 1280

  

Jay, Zak and Aaron on the Bell Property

Jay, Zak and Aaron on the Bell Property

Zak Bagans, Aaron Goodwin and their technician Jay stand outside on the Bell Witch property. 960 1280

  

John Bell's Former Bedroom

John Bell's Former Bedroom

John Bell's former bedroom inside the Bell Witch cabin. 960 1280

  

Bell Witch Cabin

Bell Witch Cabin

Exterior of the Bell Witch cabin. 960 1280

  

Zak Bagans at the Bell Witch Cabin

Zak Bagans at the Bell Witch Cabin

Zak stands on the porch of the Bell Witch cabin. 960 1280

  

Drewry Bell House

Drewry Bell House

An exterior shot of the Drewry Bell house, which was once owned by John Bell’s son. 960 1280

  

Walter Kirby, Owner of the Bell Witch Cabin

Walter Kirby, Owner of the Bell Witch Cabin

'Walter Kirby poses outside the cabin.' 960 1280

  

The Bell Property

The Bell Property

An expansive view of the Bell property. 960 1280

  

In Memory of John Bell

In Memory of John Bell

'A shot of a memorial to John Bell.' 960 1280

  

Enter At Your Own Risk

Enter At Your Own Risk

An "Enter at Your Own Risk" sign stands just before the entrance to the Bell Witch Cave. 960 1280

  

Welcome to the Bell Witch Cave

Welcome to the Bell Witch Cave

'A shot of the interior of the Bell Witch Cave. Keywords 960 1280

  

Bell Witch Cave

Bell Witch Cave

Inside the Bell Witch Cave, directly above an ancient Indian burial ground. 960 1280

  

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