Travel Hosts Exposed, Week of Jan 5, 2011

Steven Rinella's son Jim gets a taste of the Wild, Andrew Zimmern celebrates the New Year in Maui and more.

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"@ganjajon: Meet my grinder "Bert the Conquerer" named after @bertkreischer, my favorite comedian." - Bert Kreischer 960 1280

  

"Hanging at @palantirtech having Cuban cigars" - Bert Kreischer 960 1280

  

"Just back from Rio. Wow!" - Andrew Zimmern 960 1280

  

"the House of Secrets painting contest winner is finally announced. see here www.youtube.com/Agoodwincollections" - Aaron Goodwin 960 1280

  

"Kinda reminds me of Venice" - Zak Bagans 960 1280

  

"Yea we re tourists" - Zak Bagans 960 1280

  

"Awesome city. River walk" - Nick Groff 960 1280

  

"@Life_of_Music - Hell ya. Glad u like the new v neck big steppin tee." - Aaron Goodwin 960 1280

  

"@KatGAC - We look bad ass. Great pic. Big steppin Mafia for sure. Lol" - Aaron Goodwin 960 1280

  

"this is my high five to u all. Just high five you computer or phone screen back.lol" - Aaron Goodwin 960 1280

  

-- Aaron Goodwin 960 1280

  

Walker War Dedication

Walker War Dedication

The Ghost Adventures Crew filming a plaque dedicated to the Walker War. This was a conflict that took pace in the middle of the nineteenth-century involving Mormon settlers and the Utes, a Native American Tribe. Parts of the conflict allegedly took place where Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant is today.   960 1280

  

Walker War Dedication

Walker War Dedication

The Ghost Adventures crew poses for a picture. 960 1280

  

The Walker War

The Walker War

Zak pays his respects. 960 1280

  

L. Dee Stevenson

L. Dee Stevenson

L. Dee Stevenson, president of the Payson Historical Society, talks about the history of the area to the Ghost Adventures Crew. 960 1280

  

Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant

Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant

Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant in Santaquin, Utah where the Ghost Adventures Crew investigated for paranormal properties stemming from the area's rough past relations with Native Americans. 960 1280

  

Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant

Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant

A banquet room for private parties in Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant. 960 1280

  

The Peteetneet Museum in Payson, Utah

The Peteetneet Museum in Payson, Utah

The Peteetneet Museum in Payson, Utah, which has a Payson Historical Society and artifacts from the time Payson was first settled by pioneers. 960 1280

  

Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant

Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant

A banquet room for private parties in Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant. 960 1280

  

Symbol of Native American History at Leslie's

Symbol of Native American History at Leslie's

A portrait of a Native American hanging in Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant. 960 1280

  

Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant

Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant

Cory Broadhead, employee of Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant, tells the Ghost Adventures crew about her interaction with ghosts in the restaurant. 960 1280

  

In Memoriam Wall

In Memoriam Wall

A wall in memoriam to friends and family members associated with Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant in Santaquin, Utah. 960 1280

  

Owner of Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant

Owner of Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant

Leslie Broadhead, owner of Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant, provides insight into the paranormal history of her restaurant. 960 1280

  

Aaron, Zak and Nick pose with their ride-along police officer. 960 1280

  

Abandoned boots found inside the tragic tunnels that connect many bars and restaurants in Old Town, "Chinatown." 960 1280

  

People claim in the 1850s the tunnels were used to kidnap or "shanghai" people and sell them illegally to man the trading ships. 960 1280

  

Aaron, Zak & Nick interviewing outside of the tunnels. 960 1280

  

The tunnels were used to hold and later transport the kidnapped crew to the harbors. 960 1280

  

Zak takes a moment to talk to a homeless woman and her dog. 960 1280

  

A trap door that was once used to trick unsuspecting locals into the tunnels. 960 1280

  

Zak inspects the street entrance of the tunnels. 960 1280

  

Zak and Nick outside the lockdown where they hope to unearth the spirits that still haunt Hobo's Restaurant & Lounge. 960 1280

  

The guys learn about the legend of Nina, a former prostitute who knew about the horrors of the underground. 960 1280

  

When she shared these stories with a local missionary, they in turn went to the cops. The next day, she was found dead at the bottom of an elevator shaft. 960 1280

  

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