Ghost Adventures: Goldfield Hotel Pictures
Zak, Nick and Aaron return to Goldfield, NV, to reinvestigate the site of some of their most memorable haunts.
Nick photographs the small town of Goldfield, NV, which became a boomtown in 1902 when gold was discovered there.
The Tonopah Historic Mining Park is located on the grounds that started the rush among workers to settle in Tonopah, earning it the nickname, “Queen of the Silver Camps.”
Nick photographs the landscape of Goldfield. A fire destroyed the town in 1923, but several of the buildings remain standing today.
The abandoned Goldfield Hotel is on the Nevada State Register of Historic Places.
Nick stands under an arch in Goldfield that was once part of a saloon before it was destroyed by a fire in 1922.
A faded yellow chair sits in a decaying room in the Goldfield Hotel.
An old safe at the abandoned Goldfield Hotel.
The guys film a scene in front of the Goldfield Hotel.
A memorial sits in a nearly destroyed room in the Goldfield Hotel.
The guys grab a few photographs of the desolate desert landscape surrounding the Goldfield Hotel.
Zak finds a deserted dirt road in Goldfield, NV.
A mining car sits on a track near Goldfield, full of rich mining history.
Rows of old crosses mark graves by the road in Goldfield.
Abandoned pieces of machinery dot the landscape of Goldfield.