Ghost Hunters Academy

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Ghost Hunters Academy
Ghost Hunters academy.jpg
Format Paranormal
Reality
Starring See Cast section
Narrated by Mike Rowe (intro only)
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 12
Production
Running time 45 minutes
Production company(s) Pilgrim Films & Television
Broadcast
Original channel Syfy
Original run November 11, 2009 (2009-11-11) – July 7,  2010 (2010-07-07)
Chronology
Preceded by Ghost Hunters
Ghost Hunters International
External links
Website

Ghost Hunters Academy (abbreviated as GHA) is a paranormal reality television series that premiered on November 11, 2009, on the Syfy channel. The program is the third spin-off series based on Ghost Hunters (after Ghost Hunters International and UFO Hunters). The show features TAPS members Steve Gonsalves and Dave Tango as they lead a group of prospective investigators on various ghost hunting cases at locations that are allegedly haunted, and which had been previously investigated by TAPS.[1] The tagline of the show is: "Get schooled...in the paranormal."

Cast[edit]

Lead investigators[edit]

  • Steve Gonsalves
  • Dave Tango
  • Jason Hawes (arbitrated eliminations during Season 1.5)

Investigators-in-training[edit]

Note: Although GHA was an elimination competition, no one was dismissed during episodes 1, 2 and 4. Jane Riley was brought in Episode 3 where Heathyr Hoffman was the first to be eliminated. In Episode 5, Chris McCune quit the competition on his own. Jane Riley was dismissed Episode 6. Chris Smith (who was brought in Episode 5) and Ben Smith (who was in all the first six episodes) were both invited back to continue training for Season 1.5, but they did not return. Instead, eight new cadets were brought in for Season 1.5 and a regular cadet elimination process was held each episode from then on.

Michelle Tate joined TAPS during Season 9 of Ghost Hunters.

List of episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2009–2010)[edit]

Ep# Original Airdate Episode Title Investigation
101 (1) November 11, 2009 Web of Deceit Philadelphia, PA - Fort Mifflin
102 (2) November 18, 2009 The Honeymoon's Over Wilmington, NC - USS North Carolina Museum
103 (3) November 25, 2009 Back to Basics Philadelphia, PA - Eastern State Penitentiary
104 (4) December 2, 2009 Drama Queen Buffalo, NY - Buffalo Central Terminal
105 (5) December 9, 2009 The Blame Game St. Augustine, FL - St. Augustine Light
106 (6) December 16, 2009 Final Exams Cedar Grove, NJ - Essex County Hospital
107 (7) June 2, 2010 The New Class Louisville, KY - Waverly Hills Sanatorium
108 (8) June 9, 2010 Crazy For Power Weston, WV - Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum
109 (9) June 16, 2010 Dissension In the Ranks Hartford, CT - Mark Twain House
110 (10) June 23, 2010 Island Castaway Pea Patch Island, DE - Fort Delaware
111 (11) June 30, 2010 Schooled at Shawshank Mansfield, OH - Mansfield Reformatory
112 (12) July 7, 2010 Finals at the Stanley Hotel Estes Park, CO - The Stanley Hotel

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