Ghost Adventures: Point Sur Lighthouse Pictures

Zak, Nick and Aaron travel to Northern California to investigate the claims of paranormal activity at one of the most haunted lighthouses in America -- one that has seen its fair share of shipwrecks.

Photo By: Tyler T Watkins

Photo By: TTWatkins

Photo By: TTWatkins

Photo By: Tyler T Watkins

Photo By: Tyler T Watkins

Photo By: TTWatkins

Photo By: TTWatkins

Photo By: TTWatkins

Photo By: TTWatkins

Photo By: Tyler T Watkins

Photo By: TTWatkins

Photo By: Tyler T Watkins

Photo By: TTWatkins

Photo By: Tyler T Watkins

Photo By: TTWatkins

Aaron being goofy on the boat trip the guys took to the various wreck sites in hopes of conjuring up more evidence.

The GAC risk the rocky seas before the lockdown.

A glimpse of Big Sur and Bixby Bridge from the boat.

The rocky waves are a bit too much for Zak.

Aaron takes a break from shooting on the boat deck.

Point Sur Lighthouse sits on a volcanic rock, nestled between the picturesque cities of Big Sur and Carmel.

The guys opted to begin the lockdown during the day.

The rocky coastline of Big Sur makes landing a ship risky, despite the powerful beam of the lighthouse, which still operates today.

Nick films Zak as he discusses the lighthouse’s history.

Seals catch their naps at the base of the lighthouse. The Point Sur State Marine Reserve and Marine Conservation Area is located offshore.

The spirits of those who perished in nearby shipwrecks are said to haunt the lighthouse and its surrounding buildings.

Point Sur Lighthouse was built in 1889 and is 270 feet above sea level.

One of the docents of the site, Julie Nunes, has had her own paranormal encounters, and takes the guys on a tour of where they happened.

Zak spots the various wreck sites along the coast while on the boat trip.

The lighthouse is still open to visitors -- if you’re brave enough.