Believe it or not… Ghost Adventures is back in Los Angeles, investigating the iconic location of Ripley’s on Hollywood Blvd.
On Hollywood Blvd.
The staff report strange sounds and they’re nervous to be in the building alone, especially during the night shift when the museum is quiet and closing down.
Employees describe feeling a negative energy throughout the building, and one employee even believes something has followed her from the museum back to her home.
Manager Cory Dacy says he’s had several odd experiences while working here, including witnessing a flashlight display the SOS signal with no explanation.
Brittany Kolquist, a supervisor at this location, feels that something tragic happened here but she can't quite put her finger on what exactly. Her scariest experience happened in the employee changing room. She knocked on the door but didn’t hear anything, so she opened the door. She saw a man changing, and she quickly shut the door and apologized. Her boss overheard her and asked who she was talking to, but when she said someone was in the employee room, he said no one was in there. When they opened the door again, it was empty. Brittany is still afraid of that room.
Artwork and Artifacts
Unique artwork and historical artifacts can be seen in every corner.
A dance mask that was acquired by Robert Ripley in Papua New Guinea in 1932.
This is a Dayak skull. It is believed to contain the soul and strength of the victim, which would then be passed on to the skull's new owner. It is just one of the many human remains that can be seen in the museum.
As late as the 1930s, beheadings were still a common form of execution in Asia. This Japanese sacrificial sword was used to execute rebels right in front of Robert Ripley's eyes. Is it possible Ripley's life experiences have contributed to the power his artifacts possess?
Aaron and the Mummy's Foot
Aaron is fascinated by an ancient Egyptian mummy foot on display (it dates back to 2,000 B.C.!).
Ghost Adventures Crew
Filled with shrunken heads, body parts, death masks and hundreds of other items with sinister backstories, it’s no wonder this place is so active. The crew is here to figure out just how active this museum truly is.