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 ...Go to Episode
When Ghost Adventures rolls into town, we like to eat well. This is one of the nicest, most delicious restaurants Charleston has to offer.
434 King St Charleston, SC 29403
One of our favorite places to eat and hang out in Charleston partially for the home-ground burgers, but ping pong is the main attraction. The GAC duked it out in multiple epic battles on Hom's professional-grade tables.
563 KING STREET CHARLESTON, SC 29403
This place caught our ear one evening during a stroll through the city. Amazing local artists singing while strumming their guitars were too good to resist.
559 King St. Charleston, SC 29407
The common thread of the city of Charleston is the good food. This Thai place was so good, we ate there twice.
460 King Street Charleston, SC 29403
Charleston has a large population of college kids who know how to have a good time. This place is a well-known club where the Ghost Adventures crew danced their pants off after hours.
549 King St Charleston, SC 29403-5537
A great go-to lunch spot with gyros, falafel, and burgers. Inexpensive, fast and delicious.
370 1/2 King Street, Charleston, SC
The 130-year-old jail has accounted for over 14,000 deaths and is open to the public for tours.
21 Magazine St. Charleston, SC
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