Lockdown your Saturdays with the fearless team from Travel Channel's "Ghost Adventures," returning for a spine-chilling twelfth season. In each episode, paranormal investigators Zak Bagans and Aaron Goodwin, along with A/V techs Billy Tolley and Jay Wasley, travel to a haunted destination where they meet with locals, eyewitnesses and experts to piece together the haunted history of each site. They then begin a dusk-to-dawn "lockdown" investigation, using the latest scientific gadgets and technology to confront the reported paranormal activity and document key evidence in an effort to uncover the truth behind each haunted mystery.
Learn about our investigators and paranormal specialists as they interview eyewitnesses and historians at each haunted location, arming themselves with the stories of the ghosts they will later provoke and confront during their dusk-to-dawn lockdowns.
Ghost Adventures conducts a special investigation of the infamously creepy Island of the Dolls in Mexico. Zak Bagans' fear of dolls intensifies when he witnesses little plastic faces laugh and light up during the night's lockdown.
The Ghost Adventures crew investigates the Stone Lion Inn in Guthrie, Oklahoma, where it is said the owner performs satanic rituals in the local cemetery. Zak also uncovers the truth about what happened to the famous outlaw Elmer McCurdy after his death.
Fox Hollow Farm in Carmel, IN, is investigated by the Ghost Adventures Crew after former and current tenants reveal to the team that they believe the 18-acre estate is haunted by an alleged serial killer and his victims.
Zak Bagans travels to Los Angeles to investigate one of the most iconic murder mysteries, The Black Dahlia. Members of the team experience negative energy, and audio and visual recordings give the team clues about the murder.
Zak, Nick and Aaron head to the Great Lakes to explore the demonic activity overrunning the Palmer House Hotel. The investigation gets personal when a dark spirit beckons Zak and Aaron, speaking their full names.
Ghost Adventures arrives in Arizona to investigate the dark energy found at Yuma Territorial Prison. During the investigation, the crew interacts with ghostly band members and Zak has a close encounter with a long-dead prisoner.
Ghost Adventures goes to the Arizona desert to investigate the Casa Grande Domes, an abandoned manufacturing plant that became a home for Satanic rituals. During the investigation, Zak and the crew witness a menacing shadow figure.
Zak and the crew travel to New Mexico to investigate the Double Eagle Restaurant and the Dona Ana County Courthouse. Both buildings have been plagued by death, leading to poltergeist activity that torments investigators.
Zak, Nick and Aaron head to Tonapah, NV, to revisit one of their first lockdowns and explore the morbid Mizpah Hotel. Their findings shock them, as they witness an inoperable elevator spontaneously open and close its doors.
Zak, Nick and Aaron rent an RV and drive through the night to reach the remote town of Rawlins, WY, to investigate one of their darkest haunts to date: The Wyoming Frontier Prison. From 1901-1981, Wyoming's first state penitentiary served as a virtual death house for as many as 200 inmates. While some of these deaths were the result of state-sanctioned executions, others died from harsh living conditions and the infamously brutal violence that took place behind its cold walls.
Zak, Nick & Aaron enter the Old Charleston Jail to investigate the site of the first US female serial killer's public execution. The guys invite the Music Video Mashup Contest winners into this unprecedented lockdown with them.
The team heads to Los Angeles to investigate a compound that served as a Scientology lab. They encounter disturbing energy and Jay Wasley gets mysterious burns after provoking the spirit of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard.
Zak reopens investigations at Villisca Axe Murder House and Letchworth Village. A skeptic describes a spirit scratching her at Villisca, and Zak interrogates a young man, who's addicted to dark entities plaguing Letchworth.
Zak, Nick and Aaron make their first trip out to Mississippi to visit the oldest building in Natchez: King's Tavern, home to a legendary bloody dagger. Locals discovered the dagger in the fireplace, and the public has not seen it for over 30 years. People claimed the dagger was used in the murder of the most infamous ghost in the King's Tavern's history, Madeline, the mistress of the tavern’s first owner, Richard King.
Zak, Nick and Aaron explore the Oman House -- a Los Angeles home ridden with paranormal activity believed to be directly related to the infamous Sharon Tate murders -- committed by Charles Manson’s cult of followers.
Zak, Nick and Aaron investigate Lemp Mansion & Brewery in St. Louis, MO. After years of tragedy and suicide, this great American landmark is now known as the country's top 10 most haunted locations.
In this two-hour Halloween event, the Ghost Adventure crew travels across Texas on a personal Route 666. First they investigate the De Soto Hotel and Concordia Cemetery, both known for Satan worship. Then they head to Goatman's Bridge where a demon has attacked three women.
Zak and the crew uncover dangerous paranormal activity at two abandoned locations in Civil War-scarred Vicksburg, Mississippi. First, a former Elks Lodge where an unsolved murder occurred. Then, a hospital with a history of disease and death.
In a two-hour event, Ghost Adventures embark on a quest into Deadwood.
Zak, Nick and Aaron journey through Transylvania, searching the castle where Dracula ruled and investigating the supernatural happenings in a place Romanians refer to as the "Bermuda Triangle of Transylvania."
Zak, Nick and Aaron travel overseas to investigate Hunedoara Castle, a 600-year-old Romanian fortress that once imprisoned Vlad Dracula. Zak gets locked inside Dracula's prison cell, while Nick simulates a satanic ritual.
Zak and the crew travel to Ogden, Utah, to help a family plagued by a demonic figure that appears as a beautiful red-headed girl.
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