Loretta Lynn's Plantation House

Behind the scenes as the Ghost Adventures guys explore Loretta Lynn's haunted plantation.

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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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The GAC in Perryville, KY

The GAC in Perryville, KY

Zak films a Civil War reenactment outside of the Dye House in Perryville, KY. The house is known for being infused with sinister energy. 960 1280

  

Dye House in Perryville, KY

Dye House in Perryville, KY

A Civil War reenactment soldier stands in full uniform on the porch of the Dye House. 960 1280

  

The H.P. Bottom House

The H.P. Bottom House

The H.P. Bottom House sits in the middle of Perryville Battlefield. The property that this historic house sits on saw one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War. 960 1280

  

The H.P. Bottom House

The H.P. Bottom House

The H.P. Bottom House is filled with period furniture and knick-knacks so visitors can see how the house would have looked in 1862. 960 1280

  

H.P. Bottom House

H.P. Bottom House

Since it sat right in the center of a battlefield, it should come as no surprise that there are bullet holes in the walls of the H.P. Bottom House. 960 1280

  

H.P. Bottom House

H.P. Bottom House

The bedrooms of the H.P. Bottom House served as a makeshift hospital for about 6 months following the Battle of Perryville. 960 1280

  

Dye House in Perryville, KY

Dye House in Perryville, KY

Nick and Zak film on the porch of the Dye House, which served as the headquarters for the Confederate Army General Simon B. Buckner, as well as a hospital after the battle. 960 1280

  

Dye House in Perryville, KY

Dye House in Perryville, KY

The crumbling interior of the Dye House, which is believed to be more than 200 years old. 960 1280

  

Perryville, KY

Perryville, KY

A "bloody" shirt from a Civil War reenactment hangs on a branch. 960 1280

  

Perryville, KY

Perryville, KY

The beautiful rolling landscape of Perryville, KY. 960 1280

  

Dye House in Perryville, KY

Dye House in Perryville, KY

Nick poses with the owners of the Dye House. 960 1280

  

H.P. Bottom House

H.P. Bottom House

Old photographs document the history of the H.P. Bottom House. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Back in 1845, one of the richest and most influential men in Indiana, Simon T. Powell, built the biggest house in Henry County. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Aaron, Zak and Nick find themselves in the Midwest for an investigation of Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor has been abandoned since the 1970s -- which explains the poor, rundown condition of the mansion. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Zak does research on the manor’s history with the current owner of the house, Steve Miller. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

During their investigation, the guys uncover this artifact that documents Powell Stock Farms – owned by the original builder of the manor. 960 1280

  

Zak in Indiana

Zak in Indiana

Zak gets a wide shot of the manor from the side of the road. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

A light fixture hangs from the ceiling in Thornhaven Manor. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Steve takes a look around Thornhaven Manor, finding a bird trapped inside the abandoned building. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

The GAC hope to find compelling evidence, in addition to that found by previous paranormal investigators, when they embark on the night's lockdown. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

In 1906, the long-time caretaker of the estate, Rueben Bailey, died after being poisoned by his son-in-law in the house. 960 1280

  

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Thornhaven Manor in New Castle, IN

Sometimes, the most haunted places are the most isolated, and it doesn’t get much more isolated than the farmland of the Midwest. 960 1280

  

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