Travel Hosts Exposed, Week of Dec 15, 2010

Check out our hosts' travel tweets from the past couple of weeks.

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"Finally time to go hunt. Heading out for next lockdown." - Aaron Goodwin 960 1280

  

"Quick stop and flight change. Look it's snowing. It's wicked awesome. I don't see snow that often." - Aaron Goodwin 960 1280

  

"I'm here ghosty ghost. Lets have a talk." - Aaron Goodwin 960 1280

  

"To all my big steppin peeps. U rock. Hell even if u don't do big steppin u rock." - Aaron Goodwin 960 1280

  

"Story time with Goodwin about my haunts." - Aaron Goodwin 960 1280

  

"This is the ice that nearly broke my neck. Im gonna take some salt on dat bastard." - Zak Bagans 960 1280

  

"The view from my bed this morning made me feel like I was Robert Langdon." - Bert Kreischer 960 1280

  

"I had an absolute blast today." - Bert Kreischer 960 1280

  

"Georgia swears this is a picture of her, her sister, & me...NOT her, a midget, & Randy the Macho Man Savage." - Bert Kreischer 960 1280

  

Zak, Nick and Aaron

Zak, Nick and Aaron

Zak, Nick and Aaron film on the lawn outside of King's Tavern. 960 1280

  

King's Tavern

King's Tavern

King's Tavern, built in 1769, is the oldest building in Natchez, MS. 960 1280

  

King's Tavern

King's Tavern

The infamous dagger was found behind the chimney wall during a renovation of the building. 960 1280

  

King's Tavern

King's Tavern

Old coins and other artifacts sit on a table at the King's Tavern. 960 1280

  

King's Tavern

King's Tavern

Aaron films Zak in front of the tavern as he discusses its mysterious and tragic history. 960 1280

  

King's Tavern

King's Tavern

Richard King bought this building in 1789, moved his family in and then turned it into King’s Tavern. 960 1280

  

King's Tavern

King's Tavern

A sign outside the King's Tavern describes the history of the building. 960 1280

  

King's Tavern

King's Tavern

Zak gets a little more background information on King’s Tavern before the lockdown. 960 1280

  

King's Tavern

King's Tavern

King’s Tavern was the city's first post office, in addition to being a restaurant and an inn. 960 1280

  

King's Tavern

King's Tavern

This plaque states that King's Tavern is registered as a national historic place. 960 1280

  

King's Tavern

King's Tavern

The team's cameras are all set up and ready to go for the night’s lockdown. 960 1280

  

King's Tavern

King's Tavern

Aaron prepares himself for the lockdown -- during which they hope to communicate with the spirit of Madeline, the murdered mistress of the tavern’s owner. 960 1280

  

King's Tavern

King's Tavern

Zak sets up a camera on the lawn outside of King's Tavern. 960 1280

  

Aaron, Zak and Nick arrive at Amargosa Opera House. 960 1280

  

Zak shares the stage with dancer Sandy Scheller. 960 1280

  

Zak practices his steps near the Amargosa Opera House stage. 960 1280

  

Nick films Zak at the site of a former borax mine. 960 1280

  

Death Valley Junction, CA is a remote location where the living population is vastly outnumbered by ghosts. 960 1280

  

Zak interviews an employee at the front desk of the hotel. 960 1280

  

Aaron, Zak and Nick pose outside the front entrance of the Amargosa Opera House. 960 1280

  

One of the guest rooms at the Amargosa Opera House and Hotel. 960 1280

  

Zak interviews workers at Amargosa's on-site cafe. 960 1280

  

The guys have a snack and discuss plans for the lockdown. 960 1280

  

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