Zak, Nick and Aaron return to Goldfield, NV, to reinvestigate the site of some of their most memorable haunts. The guys document extreme poltergeist activity, which they present to local experts for corroboration.Go to Episode
A Bar L Western Store
A mom-and-pop clothing store in Tonopah, this is a great place to buy a pair of boots and a western shirt.
111 S Main St
The Dinky Diner is located down the street from the Goldfield Hotel in Goldfield, NV. The GA guys ordered dinner from this restaurant before their lockdown in the Goldfield Hotel.
323 Crook Ave
Goldfield, NV 89013
This gift shop, located directly across the street from the Goldfield Hotel, sells everything from antique coins and gold filings mined from the hills around Goldfield to antique cameras. Stop by for a cup of coffee and see the unusual wares.
The corner of Hwy 95 and Columbia St
The Mizpah Hotel was built in 1907, shortly after the town of Tonopah was founded. Once the tallest building in Nevada, the hotel quickly became the heart of town, providing lodging, libations and entertainment to fuel the great Nevada silver rush.
100 Main St
Tonopah, NV 89049
The Tonopah Historic Mining Park is located on the site of the original mining claims that started the rush to Tonopah, making it the “Queen of the Silver Camps.” The park collects, restores and displays mining artifacts on the site.
110 Burro Ave