Travel Hosts Exposed, Week of Dec 15, 2010

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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

Ray Mata  

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

Ray Mata  

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

Ray Mata  

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

Ray Mata  

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

Ray Mata  

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

Ray Mata  

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

Ray Mata  

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

Ray Mata  

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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Zak, Nick and Aaron interviewing Bob Curwin. 960 1280

  

Exterior of the Remington Arms Factory. 960 1280

  

Exterior of the factory. 960 1280

  

Camera Assistant Rob Saffi shooting at the Remington Arms Factory. 960 1280

  

Aaron shooting Zak and Nick on an overhead walkway at the factory as the production crew watches. 960 1280

  

Aaron calibrating his camera at the Remington Arms Factory. 960 1280

  

Zak, Nick and Aaron entering the 'shot' tower at the Remington Arms Factory. 960 1280

  

Zak, Nick and Aaron interviewing Bob Curwin. 960 1280

  

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Zak, Nick and Aaron started their "ghost adventures" careers by driving right through this town. 960 1280

  

Story has it 2 miners stole gold. Their bodies were found dead underneath the steel-lined money vault with no money. 960 1280

Thomas U. Knapp  

The Mizpah Hotel built in 1908, is a storied hotel and casino during the Nevada Gold Rush. 960 1280

  

Zak fools around for the camera. 960 1280

Thomas U. Knapp  

However, the search for gold transformed the hotel into a place of corruption and disaster. 960 1280

  

Zak runs out of a mining tunnel fearing it may collapse. 960 1280

  

The Club House saloon, Tonopah Liquor Co. and The Hock Shop in town. 960 1280

  

Zak interviews a man and woman inside of a coffee bar. 960 1280

Thomas U. Knapp  

Before getting locked down, the guys take a stool down memory lane to the Castle house, the site of their first investigation. 960 1280

  

One of Mizpah's mysteries is the infamous "Lady in Red," who was stabbed to death in the hotel. Years later, a stain spontaneously appeared in the hallway where she was found dead many years before. 960 1280

  

Senator Key Pittman's demise in the hotel. It is said that he was found dead in a tub full of ice at Mizpah Hotel. 960 1280

  

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