List of Ghost Adventures episodes
- 1 Note
- 2 Series overview
- 3 Episodes
- 3.1 Specials
- 3.2 Season 1 (2008)
- 3.3 Season 2 (2009)
- 3.4 Season 3 (2009–2010)
- 3.5 Season 4 (2010–2011)
- 3.6 Season 5 (2011)
- 3.7 Season 6 (2012)
- 3.8 Season 7 (2012–2013)
- 3.9 Season 8 (2013)
- 3.10 Season 9 (2014)
- 3.11 Season 10 (2014–2015)
- 3.12 Season 11 (2015)
- 3.13 Season 12 (2016)
- 3.14 Season 13 (2016-2017)
- 4 References
- 5 External links
Note to Editors: Please keep in mind that the Travel Channel lists the production season rather than the regular season.
|Season||Episodes||Originally aired||DVD and BD release date|
|Season premiere||Season finale||Region 1|
|SE||29||October 17, 2008||TBA||August 18, 2009|
|1||8||October 17, 2008||December 5, 2008||August 18, 2009|
|2||8||June 5, 2009||July 24, 2009||September 14, 2010|
|3||10||November 6, 2009||January 8, 2010||September 6, 2011|
|4||27||September 17, 2010||June 10, 2011||September 4, 2012|
|5||10||September 23, 2011||December 16, 2011||February 25, 2014|
|6||7||March 9, 2012||April 27, 2012||April 16, 2015|
|7||18||September 14, 2012||April 19, 2013||July 7, 2015|
|8||11||August 16, 2013||November 15, 2013||December 22, 2015|
|9||13||February 15, 2014||July 12, 2014||N/A|
|10||11||October 4, 2014||March 7, 2015||N/A|
|11||11||August 22, 2015||November 7, 2015||N/A|
|12||14||January 30, 2016||August 6, 2016||N/A|
|"Ghost Adventures Documentary Film"||Virginia City, Nevada, US
Goldfield, Nevada, US
|July 25, 2007Sci-Fi Channel)
October 17, 2008 (Travel Channel)
|GAC travels to Virginia City, Nevada, to investigate the Silver Queen Hotel, the Old Washoe Club, the Virginia City Cemetery, and a cabin near the Yellow Jacket Mine. Later, Zak and Nick investigate the Goldfield Hotel in Goldfield, Nevada, where a brick appears to fly by itself.|
|"Ghost Adventures Live: The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum"||Weston, West Virginia, US||October 30, 2009|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron spend seven hours locked inside Weston, West Virginia's Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, a former psychiatric hospital claimed to be one of the country's most haunted locations.|
|"Ghost Adventures Live: Post Mortem ‒ The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum"||Weston, West Virginia, US||November 6, 2009|
|This special features investigative highlights from the GAC's lockdown inside the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum.|
|"Ghost Adventures Live: The Cutdown ‒ The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum"||Weston, West Virginia, US||January 15, 2010|
|The crew gets locked inside the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, West Virginia, and goes behind-the-scenes of their most infamous lockdown yet.|
|"Poveglia Island Special"||Venice, Veneto, Italy||January 22, 2010|
|This special is a re-edited, extended version of GAC's previous investigation on the small Italian island of Poveglia.|
|"Best Evidence"||Las Vegas, Nevada, US||September 10, 2010|
|From their headquarters in Las Vegas, Nevada, Zak, Nick, and Aaron present some of the best evidence captured in previous episodes.|
|"Scariest Moments"||Las Vegas, Nevada, US||September 10, 2010|
|The GAC discuss their scariest experiences throughout the seasons while investigating during their lockdowns.|
|"Valentine's Day Special"||Sudbury, Massachusetts, US||February 11, 2011|
|The crew checks themselves into a room in Longfellow's Wayside Inn where it is claimed the ghost of Jerusha Howe is to be waiting for her lover to return from across the sea.|
|"Horror Hotels & Deadliest Hospitals"||Las Vegas, Nevada, US||February 24, 2012|
|While at Zak's house in his "dungeon" room, the Ghost Adventures Crew recall some of their spookiest encounters during their season 5 lockdowns in various haunted hotels and hospitals in their travels across the country. "Horror Hotels" includes the Stanley Hotel, Mizpah Hotel, Goldfield Hotel, Cosmopolitan Hotel, Jerome Grand Hotel, and the Silver Queen Hotel. "Deadliest Hospitals" includes St. Mary's Art Center, Ashmore Estates, and Letchworth Village.|
|"Wickedest Women, Houses Of Terror & Bloodiest Battlefields"||Various Locations||March 2, 2012|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron remember their most terrifying ghostly encounters with female entities, haunted houses, and battlefields they encountered all during their Season 5 lockdowns. "Wickedest Women" includes Lizzie Borden of the Lizzie Borden House, Bridget Bishop of The Witch House, and Lavinia Fisher of Old Charleston Jail. "Houses of Terror" includes Villisca Axe Murder House, Winchester Mystery House, Loretta Lynn Plantation House, Maysville Slave House, Rocky Point Manor, and the Jennie Wade House. "Bloodiest Battlefields" includes Perryville Battlefield, Gettysburg Battlefield and Old Fort Erie.|
|"Hellfire Caves"||West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England, UK||July 13, 2012|
|The GAC travel to West Wycombe, thirty miles outside London, England, where they explore the infamous Hellfire Caves and seek to conjure up the spirits of 18th century royalty (Sir Francis Dashwood and Paul Whitehead) who are said to still dwell there by performing an ancient and secret pagan ritual with special guest "Lady Snake" who previously appeared in the Ancient Ram Inn episode.|
|"Fort Horsted"||Gillingham, Kent, England, UK||July 20, 2012|
|The guys are in Gillingham, Kent, England, just southeast of London, hunkering down inside Fort Horsted, an old World War II fort built on ancient Anglo-Saxon land. Then the guys recruit locals to conduct a séance to provoke the demonic spirits that terrify visitors in what they call the "Demon Area" of the underground tunnel at the fort.|
|"Dead Men Walking"||Various Locations||November 2, 2012|
|The GAC showcase the most disturbing prisons and detention centers in the country. With a history of hangings, murders, electrocutions and suicides, these facilities have turned into spiritual battlegrounds. Locations featured are Moundsville Penitentiary in Moundsville, West Virginia; Idaho State Penitentiary in Boise, Idaho; Preston Castle in Ione, California; Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield, Ohio; Old Charleston Jail in Charleston, South Carolina; and Central Unit Prison in Sugar Land, Texas.|
|"Death By Wild West"||Various Locations||November 30, 2012|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron recap their previous investigations of haunted frontier and ghost towns in Arizona, California, and Nevada that are in existence since the days of the American Wild West. Locations featured are the Birdcage Theater in Tombstone, Arizona, and the Stonehouse Brewery in Nevada City, California.|
|"Clinically Dead"||Various Locations||December 14, 2012|
|The crew recall their most frightening investigations of paranormal activity at various hospitals, sanitariums and asylums where violent deaths, mistreatment and abuse took place. Locations featured are Pennhurst State School in Spring City, Pennsylvania, Yorktown Memorial Hospital in Yorktown, Texas; Ashmore Estates in Ashmore, Illinois; Northern New Jersey Asylum in Cedar Grove, New Jersey; Waverly Hills Sanatorium in Louisville, Kentucky; Linda Vista Community Hospital in Los Angeles, California; Letchworth Village in Haverstraw, New York; Rolling Hills Asylum in East Bethany, New York; and Tooele Hospital in Tooele, Utah.|
|"Killer Nightlife"||Various Locations||December 21, 2012|
|The guys remember the spirits in their previous lockdowns at the most haunted bars, restaurants, and nightclubs. Locations featured are Bobby Mackey's Music World in Wilder, Kentucky; Old Washoe Club in Virginia City, Nevada; Kell's Irish Pub in Seattle, Washington; Moon River Brewing Company in Savannah, Georgia; Lyceum Restaurant in Salem, Massachusetts; and Excalibur Nightclub in Chicago, Illinois.|
|"Do Not Disturb"||Various Locations||December 28, 2012|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron recap all the ghostly guest during their lockdowns at various haunted hotels where murders, shootings and suicides had occurred. Locations featured are Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado; Longfellow's Wayside Inn in Sudbury, Massachusetts; Goldfield Hotel in Goldfield, Nevada; Amargosa Opera House in Death Valley Junction, California; Copper Queen Hotel and Oliver House in Bisbee, Arizona; Palmer House Hotel in Sauk Centre, Minnesota; Mizpah Hotel in Tonopah, Nevada; and Pico House in Los Angeles, California.|
|"Home Sweet Hell"||Various Locations||January 4, 2013|
|The Ghost Adventures Crew recall all of their ghost hunts that have taken place in homes that are said to be haunted. Locations feature are the Rose Hall Plantation and the Cinnamon Hill Plantation House, former home of Johnny Cash, both in Montego Bay, Saint James Parish, Jamaica; the Magnolia Lane Plantation in Natchitoches, Louisiana; the Ancient Ram Inn in Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, England; Prospect Place in Trinway, Ohio; Riddle House in Palm Beach, Florida; Wolfe Manor in Clovis, California; Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, California; and the Houghton Mansion in North Adams, Massachusetts.|
|"Passport To Hell"||Various Locations||January 25, 2013|
|The guys remember all their international lockdowns in the world's most sinister places. Locations featured are the Edinburgh Vaults in Edinburgh, Scotland; Rose Hall Great House in Montego Bay, Jamaica; Fort Horsted in Gillingham, England; Ancient Ram Inn in Gloucestershire, England; Poveglia Island in Venice, Italy; the Hellfire Caves in West Wycombe, England; and Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.|
|"Dungeons & Demons"||Various Locations||February 1, 2013|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron recap their underground lockdowns during their investigations in dungeons and tunnels. Locations featured are: Hellfire Caves in West Wycombe, England; Sacramento Tunnels in Sacramento, California; Pennhurst State School in Spring City, Pennsylvania; Shanghai Tunnels in Portland, Oregon; Gettysburg Orphanage (Soldier's National Museum) and Jennie Wade House in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania; Hill View Manor in New Castle, Pennsylvania; and Rolling Hills Asylum in East Bethany, New York.|
|"Bewitched & Bothered"||Various Locations||February 8, 2013|
|GAC recall their most intense encounters and life-threatening moments with ghosts and spirits of all time during their lockdowns. Locations featured are the Poveglia Island in Venice, Italy; Maysville Slave House in Maysville, Kentucky; Preston Castle in Ione, California; Moon River Brewing Company in Savannah, Georgia; Magnolia Lane Plantation in Natchitoches, Louisiana; Fort Horsted in Gillingham, Kent, England and the Central Unit Prison in Sugar Land, Texas.|
|"Obsessions & Possessions"||Various Locations||February 15, 2013|
|Zak, Nick and Aaron remember their past lockdowns that focus on ghosts and spirits with strong attachments to the people or places they left behind. Locations include the Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield, Ohio, the Linda Vista Community Hospital in Los Angeles, California, the Villisca Axe Murder House in Villisca, Iowa, Letchworth Village in Haverstraw, New York, the Galka Family Home in Granby, Connecticut, Ashmore Estates in Ashmore, Illinois, and the West Virginia State Penitentiary in Moundsville, West Virginia|
|"Armies of Darkness"||Various Locations||March 8, 2013|
|GAC examine war-torn locations filled with the echoes of America's violent history. There is a unique form of shock, misery and terror attached to battlefields. When the fight is over, the suffering remains in the manifestation of spirits, some of whom are bold enough to summon the guys even closer. Locations include Remington Arms Factory in Bridgeport, Connecticut, Sloss Furnace in Birmingham, Alabama, Hales Bar Marina and Dam in Haletown, Tennessee, Fort Chaffee in Fort Smith, Arkansas, USS Hornet in Alameda, California, Execution Rocks Lighthouse in New Rochelle, New York, Castillo de San Marcos in St. Augustine, Florida and Rocky Point Manor in Harrodsburg, Kentucky, along with Perryville Battlefield in Perryville, Kentucky.|
|"First Timers"||Various Locations||March 15, 2013|
|Over the years, Zak, Nick and Aaron have invited many guests to participate in some of their most memorable investigations. People and places include Motley Crue's Vince Neil and Bruce Westcott, Frank Sinatra's former pianist at the Riviera Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, The Hollywood Ghost Hunters, consisting of Kane Hodder, R.A. Mihailoff, and Rick McCallum at the Pico House in Los Angeles, California, Liz Nowicki at the Lizzie Borden House in Fall River, Massachusetts, Brendan Schaub at the Peabody-Whitehead Mansion in Denver, Colorado, Chad Lindberg at the Linda Vista Community Hospital in Los Angeles, California, Roy Marshall at the Villisca Axe Murder House in Villisca, Iowa, Christian Day at the Witch House in Salem, Massachusetts, Dakota and Rob Laden, the winners of the Ghost Adventures Crew Mashup Challenge, at the Old Charleston Jail in Charleston, South Carolina, Joe Tasso, Wally Luna, and Christy Silva at Bonnie Springs Ranch in Blue Diamond, Nevada.|
|"Up Close and Personal"||Various Locations||September 27, 2013|
|Zak, Nick and Aaron look back at the series one hundred most memorable moments and investigations in celebration of the upcoming 100th episode. Also fans vote on their favorite funniest and scariest moments to see which moments are the winners of each episode.|
|"Halloween Special: Transylvania"||Târgoviște, Dâmbovița, Romania
Cluj-Napoca, Cluj, Romania
Hunedoara, Hunedoara, Romania
|October 31, 2013|
|In a two-hour Halloween special, GAC jet off to the mysterious country of Romania to their dream destination to Transylvania to follow in the footsteps of Vlad Tepes a.k.a. Dracula. Whilst in the Eastern European country, they split up and investigate three different locations. Nick and Aaron visit the ruins of Targoviste Castle where Vlad the Impaler lived up to his nickname impaling 200,000 of his enemies around the castle. Meanwhile, Zak travels to the notorious Hoia-Baciu Forest known for its extraterrestrial/supernatural/paranormal manifestations in which he and audio tech Billy journey deeper into the "Devil's Heart", a circular clearing where no trees grow and light anomalies appear. Lastly, the guys meet up for their lockdown in Hunedoara Castle, known as Dracula's Castle where he was imprisoned.|
|"Netherworld: Paris Catacombs"||Paris, Ile-de-France, France||April 5, 2014|
|Zak heads to Paris, where he learns from locals that the dead are buried just beneath the streets. To be exact, 65 feet below in a massive maze of tunnels. His mission is to learn everything he can about the culture, the history, and the mysteries of Paris' Catacombs, especially if it relates to the afterlife.|
|"Halloween Special: Ireland's Celtic Demons"||Montpelier Hill, County Dublin, Ireland
Duncannon, County Wexford, Ireland
Clareen, County Offaly, Ireland
|October 31, 2014|
|GAC travel to the mystical country of Ireland to investigate locations steeped with demonic activity, while also covering the origins of Halloween. To start their Irish adventure, they begin with a trip to the cave at Rathcroghan; the birthplace of Samhain. Nick and Billy investigate the Leap Castle north of Roscrea in Clareen, Ireland's most haunted castle, to look for the "elemental", Zak, Aaron, and Jay investigate the Hell-Fire Club Lodge, on Montpelier Hill. They learn about the stories of Satan visiting the premises and the mythological creatures of Massy Woods, including a banshee. Next, they hear the legend of the Black Cat of Killakee that haunts the Stewards House which sits at the bottom of the hill. The guys regroup to for their journey south in County Wexford for their lockdown in Loftus Hall, Ireland's most haunted house, outside of Duncannon, where the devil is believed to have stayed the night.|
|"Halloween Special: Deadwood: City of Ghosts"||Deadwood, South Dakota, US||October 31, 2015|
|GAC travel to the legendary Wild West town of Deadwood, in South Dakota's Black Hills to investigate its most haunted locations, where the spirits of cowboys and gunslingers still roam. For the first day of their lockdown, Zak, Aaron, and Billy investigate the Bullock Hotel, where the former owner Seth Bullock is claimed to haunt, while Jay monitors the activity at the Wild Bill's Trading Post, the original site of Saloon No. 10, where Wild Bill Hickok was shot dead by Jack McCall after drawing the Dead Man's Hand. For the second day of their lockdown, Zak and Aaron investigate the Fairmont Hotel, a former brothel, where Jack McCall is believed to haunt after he stayed in the hotel prior to his murder of Wild Bill Hickok, and Billy, Jay, and Bill Chappell investigate the Adams House, where it is believed to be haunted by the Adams family after a string of unexpected deaths in the family.|
|"2016 Halloween Special (Title TBA)"||TBA||October 29, 2016|
|TBA (Zak confirmed in a Facebook Live video that it will be a 2 hour special and covers a large area due to having to the locations being a large distance apart. Other confirmed information is that the locations are extremely dark locations that will be announced at a later time)|
Season 1 (2008)
|1||1.01||"Bobby Mackey's Music World"||Wilder, Kentucky, US||October 17, 2008|
|In the series premiere, the crew conducts a paranormal investigation at Bobby Mackey's Music World which is reported to be home to past murder, suicide, and satanic cult activity. During the lockdown, Zak receives several scratches while attempting to provoke invisible entities.|
|2||1.02||"Houghton Mansion"||North Adams, Massachusetts, US||October 24, 2008|
|The crew investigates the Houghton Mansion, which is said to be one of the most haunted locations in New England.The Ghost Adventures crew come across some shadows and members of the Houghton family and beyond during this episode.|
|3||1.03||"Moundsville Penitentiary"||Moundsville, West Virginia, US||October 31, 2008|
|Zak and the guys spend the night locked inside the West Virginia State Penitentiary, which was abandoned in 1995 and is claimed to be haunted.|
|4||1.04||"The Riddle House"||Royal Palm Beach, Florida, US||November 7, 2008|
|The Riddle House in Palm Beach County, Florida, was moved from its original location in West Palm Beach to Yesteryear Village in Royal Palm Beach. Originally serving as a funeral parlor, the house became privately owned by Karl Riddle in the 1920s. The house is purported to be haunted by the spirit of Joseph, who was one of Riddle's employees and committed suicide by hanging in the attic. His ghost is alleged to dislike men and often attack them.|
|5||1.05||"Sloss Furnaces"||Birmingham, Alabama, US||November 14, 2008|
|The guys investigate Birmingham, Alabama's Sloss Furnaces, a decommissioned factory purported to be haunted by deceased iron workers.|
|6||1.06||"Abandoned Psychiatric Hospital"||Cedar Grove, New Jersey, US||November 21, 2008|
|7||1.07||"Edinburgh Vaults"||City of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK||November 28, 2008|
|The crew travels to Scotland to investigate reports of paranormal activity in old underground vaults, known as the Edinburgh Vaults, beneath the city's South Bridge.|
|8||1.08||"Idaho State Penitentiary"||Boise, Idaho, US||December 5, 2008|
|The crew investigates Boise, Idaho's Old Idaho State Penitentiary which is said to be haunted by the ghosts of dead convicts.|
Season 2 (2009)
|9||2.01||"Preston Castle"||Ione, California, US||June 5, 2009|
|In the second season premiere, the crew heads to Ione, California, to investigate Preston Castle, a former reformatory school. Also this is Zak's first spirit channel (spirit possession), who he believed that it was the spirit of Anna Corbin.|
|10||2.02||"Castillo De San Marcos"||St. Augustine, Florida, US||June 12, 2009|
|GAC travels to St. Augustine, Florida, to investigate the Castillo de San Marcos, a 17th-century Spanish fort.|
|11||2.03||"La Purisima Mission"||Lompoc, California, US||June 19, 2009|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron go to Lompoc, California, to investigate claims of hauntings at the La Purisima Mission.|
|12||2.04||"Magnolia Plantation"||Natchitoches, Louisiana, US||June 26, 2009|
|GAC investigates claims of voodoo rituals purported to have been used by slaves to get revenge on their owners at the Magnolia Plantation located in Natchitoches, Louisiana.|
|13||2.05||"Birdcage Theater"||Tombstone, Arizona, US||July 3, 2009|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron head to the historic Birdcage Theater in Tombstone, Arizona, to search for paranormal activity.|
|14||2.06||"Eastern State Penitentiary"||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US||July 10, 2009|
|Zak and the guys travel to Philadelphia, to investigate the decommissioned Eastern State Penitentiary, one of the country's oldest standing prisons.|
|15||2.07||"Moon River Brewing Company"||Savannah, Georgia, US||July 17, 2009|
|The crew heads to Savannah, Georgia, purported to be one of the country's most haunted cities to investigate claims of paranormal activity at the Moon River Brewing Company.|
|16||2.08||"Ancient Ram Inn"||Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, England, UK||July 24, 2009|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron go to England to investigate claims of supernatural occurrences, including the legend of a murderous witch and the incubus and succubus, at the Ancient Ram Inn built in the 12th century over a pagan burial ground.|
Season 3 (2009–2010)
|17||3.01||"Ghost Adventures Live – The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum"||Weston, West Virginia, US||October 30, 2009|
|The crew spends seven hours locked inside the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, West Virginia. The former psychiatric hospital is said to be one of the country's most haunted sites.|
|18||3.02||"Pennhurst State School"||Spring City, Pennsylvania, US||November 6, 2009|
|The crew visits the abandoned Pennhurst State School and Hospital, a former mental asylum in Spring City, Pennsylvania, that closed its doors in 1987.|
|19||3.03||"Poveglia Island"||Venice, Veneto, Italy||November 13, 2009|
|The crew investigates the paranormal occurrences on Poveglia, a small island near Venice, Italy.|
|20||3.04||"Ohio State Reformatory"||Mansfield, Ohio, US||November 20, 2009|
|The crew investigates the Ohio State Reformatory, which in the 94 years it was open, housed more than 155,000 criminals.|
|21||3.05||"Remington Arms Factory"||Bridgeport, Connecticut, US||November 27, 2009|
|The GAC investigates a Remington Arms factory that manufactured munitions for historic war efforts. An unsolved explosion killed seven workers and is suspected to be caused by sabotage by an enemy spy. The trio visited John Zaffis, who is referred to as the "godfather of the paranormal" and discussed phenomena related to residual hauntings.|
|22||3.06||"Old Washoe Club and Chollar Mine"||Virginia City, Nevada, US||December 4, 2009|
|After hearing EVPs calling out the names of both Nick and Zak recorded by other paranormal investigators after GAC's first investigation, the trio returns again to Virginia City, Nevada, to investigate the Old Washoe Club and Chollar Mine.|
|23||3.07||"Linda Vista Hospital"||Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, California, US||December 11, 2009|
|The crew searches for ghosts in Linda Vista Community Hospital located in east Los Angeles, California.|
|24||3.08||"Execution Rocks Lighthouse"||Port Washington, New York, US||December 18, 2009|
|The crew visits Execution Rocks Lighthouse, a deserted lighthouse with a history of murder, fires, and shipwrecks located in New York's Long Island Sound.|
|25||3.09||"Prospect Place"||Trinway, Ohio, US||January 1, 2010|
|The crew conduct a paranormal investigation at Prospect Place Mansion, located in Trinway, Ohio, which was used as a station on the Underground Railroad.|
|26||3.10||"Clovis Wolfe Manor"||Clovis, California, US||January 8, 2010|
|The GAC investigate the Wolfe Manor, also known as the Andleberry Estate, which was formerly part of a hospital whose wings were demolished. The building is described as a "black hole" because most of the former patients died there.|
Season 4 (2010–2011)
|27||4.01||"Gettysburg"||Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, US||September 17, 2010|
|GAC investigates Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, at three different lock-down locations of the Gettysburg Battlefield. Part one takes place at the Soldiers National Museum, a former American Civil War-era orphanage where it is claimed that children were abused by a matron. Part two takes place at the Jennie Wade House, where Jennie Wade, the only civilian casualty in town, was killed in the kitchen by a stray Confederate bullet. Part three takes place at the Engine House, where the first battle of Gettysburg occurred.|
|28||4.02||"Rolling Hills Asylum"||Bethany, New York, US||September 24, 2010|
|The GAC gets locked down at the Rolling Hills Asylum in Bethany, New York. They search for ghosts with Darkness Radio host Dave Schrader from Paranormal State.|
|29||4.03||"Return to Bobby Mackey's"||Wilder, Kentucky, US||October 1, 2010|
|The GAC returns to Bobby Mackey's Music World in Wilder, Kentucky. The crew describes how their experiences in the paranormal world affect their lives.|
|30||4.04||"Waverly Hills Sanatorium"||Louisville, Kentucky, US||October 8, 2010|
|GAC investigates the Waverly Hills Sanatorium, a former tuberculosis hospital in the early 1900s that housed thousands of patients.|
|31||4.05||"Stanley Hotel"||Estes Park, Colorado, US||October 15, 2010|
|GAC travels to Estes Park, Colorado, to investigate the Stanley Hotel, the inspiration for the Stephen King novel and movie, The Shining.|
|32||4.06||"Hill View Manor"||New Castle, Pennsylvania, US||October 22, 2010|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron head to New Castle, Pennsylvania, to investigate the Hill View Manor, built originally as a poor farm to house the mentally ill and homeless. The building was then converted into a nursing home in 1977 but today remains abandoned.|
|33||4.07||"Vulture Mine"||Wickenburg, Arizona, US||October 29, 2010|
|GAC travels to Wickenburg, Arizona, to investigate the Vulture Mine, the site of several mining accidents and deaths during the 19th century.|
|34||4.08||"USS Hornet"||Alameda, California, US||November 5, 2010|
|The Ghost Adventures crew gets locked down on the USS Hornet, which is claimed to be haunted by the spirits of sailors who died on the ship during World War II.|
|35||4.09||"La Palazza Mansion"||Las Vegas, Nevada, US||November 12, 2010|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron head back to their hometown of Las Vegas to investigate the allegedly haunted La Palazza Mansion.|
|36||4.10||"Fort Chaffee"||Fort Smith, Arkansas, US||November 19, 2010|
|GAC investigates Fort Chaffee in Fort Smith, Arkansas. The fort was originally used during World War II as a military training ground for soldiers, then as a settlement during the Cold War and a Vietnamese refuge camp after the fall of South Vietnam. One half of the complex is a working army base while the other is an abandoned prison that was used for Cuban refugees in the 1980s.|
|37||4.11||"Amargosa Opera House"||Death Valley Junction, California, US||November 26, 2010|
|GAC investigates the Amargosa Opera House and Hotel in the middle of the desert of Death Valley Junction, California, allegedly a site of several suicides.|
|38||4.12||"Olde Fort Erie"||Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada||December 3, 2010|
|GAC heads across the northern border to investigate Olde Fort Erie located in Ontario, Canada, a fort used during the War of 1812.|
|39||4.13||"Villisca Axe Murder House"||Villisca, Iowa, US||December 10, 2010|
|GAC heads to Villisca, Iowa, to investigate the Villisca Axe Murder House, home to the infamous Villisca Axe Murders of 1912, where an unknown axe murderer killed an entire family of six and two overnight guests while they slept. This was the first episode in the series to feature a "viewer discretion advised" warning.|
|40||4.14||"Kell’s Irish Pub Restaurant"||Seattle, Washington, US||December 17, 2010|
|The crew heads to Seattle, Washington, to investigate Kell's Irish Pub Restaurant said to have been home to an undertaker that collected corpses.|
|41||4.15||"Pico House Hotel"||Los Angeles, California, US||January 7, 2011|
|The crew investigates the Pico House in Los Angeles, claimed to be connected with racial riots in 1871. Joining in the lockdown are Kane "Jason" Hodder, R.A. "Leatherface" Mihailoff and Rick "Stuntman" McCallum.|
|42||4.16||"Goldfield"||Goldfield, Nevada, US||January 14, 2011|
The crew returns to Goldfield, Nevada to investigate two locations, the Nixon Building and the Santa Fe Saloon, but receive the chance to reinvestigate the Goldfield Hotel once more, a site they first investigated six years earlier.Note: Zak and the crew did not have intentions to investigate the Goldfield Hotel, but the owner, Red Roberts, was there and they asked him if they could do another investigation.
|43||4.17||"Bonnie Spring Ranch"||Blue Diamond, Nevada, US||January 21, 2011|
|Built in 1843 as a stopover for the wagon trains going to California, Bonnie Springs Ranch has been transformed into a tourist attraction.|
|44||4.18||"Valentine's Day Special"||Sudbury, Massachusetts, US||February 11, 2011|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron travel to Sudbury, Massachusetts, and check into Longfellow's Wayside Inn where the ghost of Jerusha Howe is claimed to still reside.|
|45||4.19||"Salem Witch House/Lyceum Restaurant"||Salem, Massachusetts, US||February 18, 2011|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron travel to Salem to perform a ritual in hopes of contacting souls involved in the witch trials. They get locked down inside The Witch House, former home of judge Jonathan Corwin, the only building still standing with direct ties to the Salem Witch Trials. The crew also investigates the Lyceum Restaurant, built on the former site of an apple orchard owned by Bridget Bishop, the first person executed for witchcraft during the trials.|
|46||4.20||"Jerome Grand Hotel"||Jerome, Arizona, US||February 25, 2011|
|The Jerome Grand Hotel is the most haunted structure in a town known as "Ghost City".|
|47||4.21||"Yorktown Hospital"||Yorktown, Texas, US||March 18, 2011|
|GAC heads to Yorktown, Texas, to investigate the town's old hospital, where it is claimed that as many as 2,000 people died.|
|48||4.22||"Madame Tussauds Wax Museum"||Las Vegas, Nevada, US||April 8, 2011|
|Zak returns to his hometown of Las Vegas to investigate stories of ghosts walking the corridors of Madame Tussauds Wax Museum.|
|49||4.23||"Sacramento Tunnels"||Sacramento, California, US||April 15, 2011|
|GAC investigates the Sacramento Tunnels (Old Sacramento Underground), as well as other reportedly haunted locations in Old Sacramento State Historic Park in Sacramento, California, such as the old Eagle Theatre, and the original California Supreme Court.|
|50||4.24||"Hales Bar Marina and Dam"||Haletown, Tennessee, US||April 29, 2011|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron travel to Guild, Tennessee to investigate the Hales Bar Marina on Lake Nickajack, as well as the former Hales Bar Dam, a hydroelectric dam on the Tennessee River which now serves as the resort's dry dock.|
|51||4.25||"Kentucky Slave House"||Maysville, Kentucky, US||May 13, 2011|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron investigate the Maysville Slave House.|
|52||4.26||"Tooele Hospital"||Tooele, Utah, US||May 27, 2011|
|Stories of spirits at Tooele Hospital, bring Zak, Nick, and Aaron to investigate this hospital turned haunted house named "Asylum 49".|
|53||4.27||"Loretta Lynn's Plantation House"||Hurricane Mills, Tennessee, US||June 10, 2011|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron investigate their first celebrity home when they visit the Loretta Lynn Plantation House in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee. They split up and divide their investigation between locations throughout the plantation.|
Season 5 (2011)
|54||5.01||"Ashmore Estates"||Ashmore, Illinois, US||September 23, 2011|
|The Ghost Adventures crew travels to Ashmore, Illinois, to investigate the Ashmore Estates, a former almshouse built in 1916 and then converted into a private psychiatric facility in 1959. The care facility was permanently closed in 1987 and remained abandoned until 2006 when it reopened as a commercially operated haunted house.|
|55||5.02||"Mizpah Hotel"||Tonopah, Nevada, US||September 30, 2011|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron return to Tonopah, Nevada, to investigate the historic Mizpah Hotel. Built in 1907, the hotel closed its doors in 1999 but reopened in 2011, the GAC wanting to investigate the location since 2004. The crew also returns to the Castle House, the site of their very first paranormal investigation.|
|56||5.03||"Old Town San Diego"||San Diego, California, US||October 7, 2011|
|The team travels to San Diego, California's Old Town San Diego to conduct a multi-part lockdown in the Casa de Estudillo and the Cosmopolitan Hotel & Restaurant.|
|57||5.04||"Winchester Mystery House"||San Jose, California, US||October 14, 2011|
GAC travels to San Jose, California, to get locked-down inside the legendary Winchester Mystery House, a 160-room Victorian mansion filled with mazes of hallways, staircases leading to nowhere, and trap doors. Beginning in 1884, the house was built continuously for over 38 years, by Sarah Winchester, an eccentric heiress to the Winchester rifle company who was told by a fortune teller that the spirits of those killed by the rifles would kill her as soon as the house was finished being built.Note: This lockdown was never completed because at 1:00am Zak Bagans felt very strange and found out that at that exact time, his grandmother had died in her home in Detroit, Michigan.
|58||5.05||"Lizzie Borden House"||Fall River, Massachusetts, US||October 21, 2011|
|GAC visits the old mill town of Fall River to get locked-down in the Lizzie Borden House, now a bed and breakfast, which was the scene to one of the most infamous murders in American history. A murder-suicide committed by one of Borden's relatives in 1848 is also mentioned.|
|59||5.06||"Letchworth Village"||Haverstraw, New York, US||October 28, 2011|
|GAC heads to the abandoned Letchworth Village in Rockland County, a former residential community for the disabled and mentally ill which was closed after the media discovered that patients were tortured and some of the staff were mistreated.|
|60||5.07||"Return To Virginia City"||Virginia City, Nevada, US||November 11, 2011|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron return to the Virginia City, Nevada, the city where they captured some of their most compelling paranormal evidence to date. They get locked down in three locations: the St. Mary's Art Center, the Silver Queen Hotel, and the Miner's Cabin at the Yellow Jacket Mine.|
|61||5.08||"Rocky Point Manor"||Harrodsburg, Kentucky, US
Perryville, Kentucky, US
|December 2, 2011|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron embark on a journey to Harrodsburg, Kentucky, in a two-part lockdown where the guys will investigate the troubled Rocky Point Manor as well as the Perryville Battlefield, the site of one of the American Civil War's bloodiest battles.|
|62||5.09||"Rose Hall"||Montego Bay, St. James Parish, Jamaica||December 9, 2011|
|GAC travels to Montego Bay for their international investigation of the Great House of Rose Hall Plantation, home to the evil spirit of Annie Palmer, the White Witch of Rose Hall. Also, the crew investigates their second celebrity home, Cinnamon Hill Plantation House, the former home of Johnny Cash that sits on the same property.|
|63||5.10||"Old Charleston Jail"||Charleston, South Carolina, US||December 16, 2011|
The crew gets locked down in the Old Charleston Jail in Charleston, South Carolina, which held some of the city's most notorious criminals like Lavinia Fisher, the first female serial killer. GAC also demonstrates a daytime-investigation when they find evidence at The Battery Carriage House Inn.Note: This season finale episode is the location in which the Ghost Adventures Mashup Video Contest winner gets to join GAC in their lockdown.
Season 6 (2012)
|64||6.01||"Shanghai Tunnels"||Portland, Oregon, US||March 9, 2012|
The Ghost Adventures Crew investigates the Shanghai Tunnels underneath modern-day Portland, Oregon, which were reportedly used to kidnap or "shanghai" unsuspecting victims, sell them as slaves to sea captains waiting at the waterfront and force them to work aboard their ships.Note: This episode marks the first time the crew did a full investigation from dawn until dusk instead of dusk until dawn.
|65||6.02||"Peabody-Whitehead Mansion"||Denver, Colorado, US||March 16, 2012|
UFC fighter Brendan Schaub joins GAC as a guest investigator on a special lockdown of the haunted Peabody-Whitehead Mansion in Denver, Colorado, to investigate an unsolved murder that happened in the historic home many years ago. They also investigated the student union, formerly a brewery, at the University of Colorado at Denver.Note: The evidence from the basement portion of the lock down was taken to the police, and Zak reveals that an investigation opened.
|66||6.03||"The Copper Queen Hotel & The Oliver House"||Bisbee, Arizona, US||March 23, 2012|
|The Ghost Adventures Crew visits Bisbee, Arizona, to search for spirits at both the Oliver House Bed & Breakfast and the Copper Queen Hotel as part of a two-part lockdown.|
|67||6.04||"The National Hotel"||Nevada City, California, US||March 30, 2012|
|The crew heads to Nevada City, California, to investigate both the National Exchange Hotel and the tunnels underneath the nearby Stonehouse Brewery where several Chinese larborers perished.|
|68||6.05||"Return To Linda Vista Hospital"||Los Angeles, California, US||April 6, 2012|
|GAC returns to the Linda Vista Hospital in East Los Angeles, where Nick once had a profound psychic connection with the ghost of a former patient, a young woman in a bloody hospital gown. They set out to find her again along with actor and Ghost Adventures fan Chad Lindberg and their new experimental electrical pod.|
|69||6.06||"The Galka Family"||Granby, Connecticut, US||April 20, 2012|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron help Gary Galka, the man who designs and builds GAC's paranormal equipment, and his family find closure 7 years after the tragic loss of their young daughter, Melissa who was killed in a car accident when her car ran into a tree while driving home from a party in the middle of the night on a local road (Silver Street) in Granby, Connecticut. They communicate with her on what was supposed to be her 25th birthday on Valentine's Day.|
|70||6.07||"The Riviera Hotel"||Las Vegas, Nevada, US||April 27, 2012|
|The guys are joined by Mötley Crüe vocalist Vince Neil and pro poker player Jamie Gold in Las Vegas where they try to evoke the spirit of Frank Sinatra while exploring his old penthouse suite at the Riviera Hotel & Casino.|
Season 7 (2012–2013)
|71||7.01||"Central Unit Prison"||Sugar Land, Texas, US
Huntsville, Texas, US
|September 14, 2012|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron investigate the Central Unit Prison in Sugarland, Texas, where over 100 inmates were executed via electric chair; the GAC investigation is to be the first and only granted by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice before the prison's planned demolition later in 2012. The crew also visits the Texas Prison Museum in Huntsville, Texas, to gather important information regarding Central Unit Prison.|
|72||7.02||"Excalibur Nightclub"||Chicago, Illinois, US||September 21, 2012|
|Zak returns with Nick and Aaron to his hometown of Glen Ellyn, Illinois, to reminisce about his past before their lockdown at the Excalibur Nightclub in Chicago, Illinois, where 300 people perished in the Great Chicago Fire. They also pay a visit to one of the most haunted burial grounds in the world, Bachelor's Grove Cemetery, located 45 minutes outside of Chicago.|
|73||7.03||"Point Sur Lighthouse"||Big Sur, California, US||September 28, 2012|
|The guys search for ghosts of deceased passengers (especially of the Los Angeles) that died in numerous shipwrecks that crashed on the rocky shore by the Point Sur Lighthouse at Point Sur on the north end of California's Big Sur coastline.|
|74||7.04||"The Palmer House"||Sauk Centre, Minnesota, US||October 5, 2012|
|The Ghost Adventures Crew conduct their first investigation in Minnesota at The Palmer House in Sauk Centre that burned down to the ground when it was known as Sauk Centre House, killing several people. They probe for demonic paranormal activity with fellow investigator and Darkness on The Edge of Town radio host Dave Schrader who experienced a dark entitiy that came out from under the stairs down in the basement.|
|75||7.05||"Black Moon Manor"||Greenfield, Indiana, US||October 12, 2012|
|GAC travel to Greenfield, Indiana, the rural part of the Indianapolis metropolitan area to investigate claims of demonic hauntings and the dark energies that has overrun the former Eastes family farm which is now used as a haunted attraction called Black Moon Manor.|
|76||7.06||"Sedamsville Rectory"||Cincinnati, Ohio, US||October 19, 2012|
|The guys uncover reports of child abuse and illegal dogfighting during their investigation of the Sedamsville Rectory in Sedamsville, Cincinnati. After learning about all the demonic attacks the owners suffered, the guys decide to contact a Catholic priest to perform an exorcism of the rectory. They also stop by Bobby Mackey's Music World to pay their respects to the club's former caretaker, Carl Lawson.|
|77||7.07||"Cripple Creek"||Cripple Creek, Colorado, US
Florissant, Colorado, US
|October 26, 2012|
Zak, Nick, and Aaron travel to the historic mining town of Cripple Creek, Colorado, to investigate three diverse locations plagued with intense paranormal activity: the Colorado Grande Casino & Hotel, the Outlaws & Lawmen Jail Museum, and the Piotrowski House, a private residence near Florissant, Colorado, that sits on an old Native American battlefield where a bloody battle was fought between the Ute and Comanche peoples.Note: Nick did not investigate in this episode due to a close family friend dying the day before the lockdown.
|78||7.08||"Brookdale Lodge"||Brookdale, California, US||November 9, 2012|
The GAC visit the historic Brookdale Lodge located in Brookdale, California, where the running water of Clearwater Creek flows through the world-famous "Brook Room". The guys use Zak's pet dog Gracie in an attempt to contact the spirit of a deceased little girl named Sarah Logan who drowned in the brook around 1918.Note: Nick's grandfather died days before the filming of this episode. Nick and his family attended the funeral the day of the investigation although he was still able to participate in the lockdown.
|79||7.09||"Tor House"||Carmel, California, US||November 16, 2012|
|The crew travel to the Pacific coastal town of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, to visit the Tor House, the former home of American poet, Robinson Jeffers, who predicted he would talk to the living 50 years after his death. The guys watch in awe as they glimpse a misty figure by the tower.|
|80||7.10||"Union Station"||Kansas City, Missouri, US||November 23, 2012|
|The guys investigates the old Union Station in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, in order to contact the spirits that were killed in the Kansas City Massacre. The GAC also catch a glimpse of an apparition on the thermal camera that does not show a heat reflection on the floor where it appeared.|
|81||7.11||"Crazy Town"||Mineral Wells, Texas, US||December 7, 2012|
Zak, Nick, and Aaron travel to the town of Mineral Wells, Texas, to determine if the town's mineral water the locals call "crazy water" has caused the Baker Hotel to become infested with ghosts. During the lockdown, Zak turns aggressive after a shadow figure seems to disappear into him.Note: Zak finds a homeless puppy in front of the hotel during setup which is adopted by GAC's audio/visual tech, Billy Tolley.
|82||7.12||"Wyoming Frontier Prison"||Rawlins, Wyoming, US||January 11, 2013|
|GAC gets locked down at the Wyoming Frontier Prison in Rawlins, Wyoming, where 200 tortured souls still remain incarcerated for their crimes they committed in life and are now serving in death for all eternity. They also investigate the Dean/Summer Home a few blocks away, after hearing the story of the "Garage Witch" that left a woman paralyzed in the house's garage in the 1970s.|
|83||7.13||"Sailor's Snug Harbor"||Staten Island, New York, US||January 18, 2013|
|Zak, Nick, and Aaron are accompanied by a crew from ABC News Nightline for their lockdown at Sailors' Snug Harbor in the New York City borough of Staten Island. During their investigation, they experience phantom noises and a shadow lurking in the darkness.|
|84||7.14||"New Orleans"||New Orleans, Louisiana, US||February 22, 2013|
|Zak, Nick and Aaron set off to New Orleans to search for more ghosts in three locations. While Nick and Aaron are sent to investigate Bloody Mary's house, Zak is investigating May Baily's Place, a former bordello which is supposedly haunted by prostitutes and the soul of a person killed by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Finally the three head off to the haunted mortuary where the apparition of a little girl has been snapped by a photographer.|
|85||7.15||"Market Street Cinema"||San Francisco, California, US||March 1, 2013|
|The team investigate claims of paranormal encounters at the Market Street Cinema strip club in San Francisco, California. During the day's walk-through, Zak is blindsided by an evil entity.|
|86||7.16||"Goldfield Hotel: Redemption"||Goldfield, Nevada, US||March 22, 2013|
|The GAC return for a 48-hour investigation of the legendary Goldfield Hotel in Nevada, where they captured some of their best evidence to date.|
|87||7.17||"Glen Tavern Inn"||Santa Paula, California, US||March 29, 2013|
|The guys explore the Glen Tavern Inn in Santa Paula, California, where they are joined for a lockdown by actress Brit Morgan and singer Mimi Page. During the investigation they hold a séance and read tarot cards.|
|88||7.18||"Kings Tavern"||Natchez, Mississippi, US||April 19, 2013|
|The GAC heads to Natchez, Mississippi to investigate the claims of hauntings at the King's Tavern, one of the oldest buildings in the state.|
Season 8 (2013)
|89||8.01||"Pioneer Saloon"||Goodsprings, Nevada, US
Sandy Valley, Nevada, US
|August 16, 2013|
|The Ghost Adventures Crew travel deep into the Nevada desert to the old ghost town of Goodsprings to investigate the Pioneer Saloon, where they attempt to solve the mystery of the plane crash that killed movie star Carole Lombard while also investigating the claims of brutal murders of Paul Coski and other cowboys who cheated at cards during poker games. The lockdown is split into two, as Zak and Aaron investigate the saloon and Nick and Billy investigate the nearby abandoned Belle Mine, where many miners were killed when it collapsed.|
|90||8.02||"Black Swan Inn"||San Antonio, Texas, US||August 23, 2013|
|GAC head to the severely haunted Black Swan Inn located in San Antonio, Texas. The Inn was built upon the land of the Battle of Salado Creek, and is considered sacred land by Native Americans. They also learn of a demonic attack that threatened the life of a local paranormal investigator.|
|91||8.03||"Tuolumne General Hospital"||Sonora, California, US||August 30, 2013|
|Zak, Nick and Aaron travel to Sonora, California to investigate the extremely active and recently abandoned Tuolumne General Hospital. The hospital was a key part of Sonora in 1847 as there was a gold rush in the local mines. The hospital was a vital item of the small town because it was needed to heal the injured miners. Healing was the last thing that this hospital did, however, neglect and rejection was all that was done to the innocent miners who were left to die here.|
|92||8.04||"Missouri State Penitentiary"||Jefferson City, Missouri, US||September 6, 2013|
|GAC travels to Jefferson City, Missouri to investigate the Missouri State Penitentiary, a prison which has seen suicides, riots, murders and brutal attacks which now are all kept as residual energy within the walls of the old penitentiary. They get locked down in what Time Magazine proclaims as "the bloodiest forty-seven acres of America" and to find out more about the multiple dark entities haunting the cellblocks and gas chamber.|
|93||8.05||"Yost Theater & Ritz Hotel"||Santa Ana, California, US||September 13, 2013|
|Zak, Nick and Aaron engage in a multi-part lockdown in Santa Ana, CA. First they investigate the Yost Theater, a venue from the early 1900s which invites some of the worlds best electronic DJ's also houses several spirits. But conflict arises at their second lockdown when they find the Ritz Hotel under construction. So they add the Santa Ana Historical Society located inside the Willella Howe-Waffle House (one the country's first female physicians) which served as an abortion clinic to the night's lockdown.|
|94||8.06||"Haunted Victorian Mansion"||Gardner, Massachusetts, US||September 20, 2013|
|Nick is in his hometown of Boston where he and his fellow investigators, Zak and Aaron visit the location where just this year several people lost their lives and hundreds were injured as two bombs exploded during the Boston marathon. Then it's off to their lockdown an hour outside the city to Pierce Victorian Mansion, a century old haunted home. Lillian Otero and Edwin Gonzalez bought the house in 2009 and claim it to be their "dream house", but that was before they moved in. It turned into a "hell house" as paranormal events forced them to leave, leaving GAC to communicate with the spirits to understand why they're haunting the house.|
|95||8.07||"The Exorcist House"||Bel-Nor, Missouri, US||October 4, 2013|
|Zak, Nick and Aaron celebrate Ghost Adventure's 100th episode and investigation by heading to what the locals call the "Exorcist House" in the St. Louis area. They get locked down inside the house and search for the real life demon(s) that possessed a 13-year-old boy on March 16, 1949 and also inspired the film The Exorcist.|
|96||8.08||"Alcatraz"||San Francisco, California, US||October 11, 2013|
|GAC get locked down in one of the most historic and notoriously haunted prisons in the world, the infamous Alcatraz, the "Evil Island". While in cellblock D, they step inside the solitary confinement Cell 13 which many have seen glowing red eyes responsible for killing an inmate and examine the 1953 escape attempt. They also travel by boat in the freezing cold waters of San Francisco Bay they learn that over 1,600 people have jumped to their death from the iconic Golden Gate Bridge which they believe has a connection to the island.
Note: In this episode there was information about the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline phone number and website.
|97||8.09||"Mustang Ranch"||Clark, Nevada, US||October 18, 2013|
|The guys visit the infamous Mustang Ranch, a legal brothel near Reno, Nevada to investigate claims of an angry male spirit sexually attacking the female employees. This entity is believed to be professional boxer Oscar Bonavena who was shot down and killed right in front of the security gates by a bodyguard in 1976 after the ranch's owner Joe Conforte found out he was having an affair with his ex-wife Sally. Also EVP specialists Mark and Debbie Constantino are brought in to gather audio evidence during the lockdown.|
|98||8.10||"Thornhaven Manor"||New Castle, Indiana, US||October 25, 2013|
|The Ghost Adventures Crew head to rural New Castle, Indiana to get locked down in a haunted manor house out in the middle of nowhere built in 1845 that has made the new owner uneasy with the screams he has been hearing frequently. They discover there was a murder in the home when the caretaker was poisoned by his son-in-law when he put rat poison in his morning coffee in 1906.|
|99||8.11||"Battle of Perryville: Field Hospitals"||Perryville, Kentucky, US||November 15, 2013|
|The guys return to the Perryville Battlefield Historic Site they once visited in Season 5 to officially investigate the lands that saw more than 7,600 casualties in the Battle of Perryville, one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War. They also explore two locations that are allegedly haunted by the ghosts of soldiers: the John Dye House which served as a military field hospital and the privately owned H.P. Bottom House which is the only house that still stands that was between the battle lines causing it to have over 150-year-old bullet holes and blood stains.|
Season 9 (2014)
|Episode||Code||Title||Location||Original Airdate||U.S. viewers
|100||9.1||"Sharon Tate Ghost/The Oman House"||Los Angeles, California, US||February 15, 2014||1.28|
|In the season opener, Zak, Nick, and Aaron head to Los Angeles for their lockdown at the Oman House, a mansion located on the infamous address of 10050 Cielo Drive in Benedict Canyon. The home is said to be riddled with paranormal activity believed to be directly linked to the Manson Murders of 1969 that killed Hollywood actress Sharon Tate. The guys also discover that the house was built upon Native American burial grounds.|
|101||9.2||"The Myrtles Plantation"||St. Francisville, Louisiana, US||February 22, 2014||0.95|
|GAC head to the bayou in search of the famously captured on camera slave and children spirits that reside at the Myrtles Plantation, one of hundreds of plantation houses in Louisiana dating back to the state's slavery years. It is also believed that there have been ten murders on the property which is renowned to be one of the most likely places to see an apparition in the world, including those of voodoo priestess Miss Cleo and slave servant Chloe.|
|102||9.3||"George Washington Ghost/Morris Jumel Mansion"||Manhattan, New York, US
Smithtown, New York, US
|March 1, 2014||0.84|
|GAC go in search of the ghosts at the Morris-Jumel Mansion which include George Washington, a soldier and the spirit of an angry lady believed to be Madame Eliza Jumel. The house is said to be full of anomalous orbs that are often captured on cameras. During their lockdown, an eerie creature is captured on their Kinect camera that is seen climbing up audio/visual tech Billy Tolley. Later, Zak and Aaron head to Smithtown on Long Island to visit Katie's Bar (formerly the Smithtown Hotel that burned down in 1909) where glasses have been recorded by security cameras mysteriously flying off shelves.|
|103||9.4||"Bannack Ghost Town"||Dillon, Montana, US||March 8, 2014||0.91|
|GAC travel to Montana to investigate Hotel Meade, the former site of the county courthouse of Beaverhead County that resides in the former gold mining mecca turned ghost town of Bannack, now a state park. During their lockdown, the guys expand the scope of their investigation to include more buildings; the "crying-baby house" (believed to be used as a quarantine hospital to lock children with scarlet fever away), the old Methodist church, the saloon, the schoolhouse, and also the dedge pond where a teenage girl drowned in 1916.|
|104||9.5||"Fear Factory"||Salt Lake City, Utah, US||March 15, 2014||0.97|
|Zak, Nick and Aaron head to a 100-year-old cement factory that's been turned into a Halloween attraction. The guys are shocked to hear that employees recite from a satanic bible, causing all sorts of aggressive and demonic paranormal activity. The location is even more eerie in the fact that it holds the address number "666".|
|105||9.6||"Heritage Junction"||Santa Clarita, California, US||March 22, 2014||0.90|
Zak, Nick and Aaron travel back in time to the Heritage Junction, home to eight historic buildings to investigate the unsolved murder of Mrs. Margaret Rutledge. During the lockdown, husband and wife duo, Michael and Marti Perry make their debut investigation with the guys as psychics who make contact with a deceased man as well as Nick's grandparents.Note: Before the lockdown, the guys make a short stop to the spot where actor Paul Walker died to pay their respects to the late actor.
|106||9.7||"Fort MacArthur Museum/Battle of Los Angeles"||Los Angeles, California, US||March 29, 2014||0.74|
|GAC head to San Pedro for their lockdown inside the Fort MacArthur Military Museum, the site of many claims of paranormal activity believed to be caused by UFOs Built in 1914, this coastal defense battery was put to the test after Pearl Harbor when they fired almost 1,500 rounds of ammunition at what they believed was an air invasion. The guys also learn about the history of the Battle of Los Angeles.|
|107||9.8||"St. James Hotel"||Cimarron, New Mexico, US||April 12, 2014||0.85|
|Zak, Nick and Aaron visit the historic St. James Hotel outside Raton, New Mexico, where many famous people from the Old West, including Jesse James, Wyatt Earp and Annie Oakley, have stayed over the years. During their lockdown, the guys investigate reports of an ill-tempered spirit in Room 18, which is padlocked shut and off-limits to guests.|
|108||9.9||"Fox Hollow Farm"||Carmel, Indiana, US||May 3, 2014||0.90|
|GAC travel to rural Indiana for their lockdown at Fox Hollow Farm, a beautiful mansion on a farm where serial killer Herb Baumeister targeted gay men, luring them back to his pool room and killing up to 19 men by erotic asphyxiation in the mid-1990s. Although eleven of these deaths were identified on the premises, eight still remain a mystery. The guys also venture into the back woods where hundreds of the bones of his victims were found by investigators in June of 1996.|
|109||9.10||"Haunted Savannah"||Savannah, Georgia, US||May 17, 2014||0.75|
|GAC return to historic Savannah for their lockdown at the haunted Sorrel Weed House, the famous antebellum-style home considered the most haunted house in town. Built by Francis Sorrel in 1838 for his wife Matilda who later committed suicide by jumping off the balcony after finding him having an affair with their slave Molly. They also investigate the Gribble House, the site of the 1909 Savannah Axe Murders. The home was demolished in the 1940s and is now home of The Old Town Trolley, a massive werehouse that also was built on former slave quarters from the 1800s.|
|110||9.11||"Whaley House"||San Diego, California, US||June 7, 2014||0.54|
|GAC head back to the west coast for their lockdown at the infamous Whaley House of Old Town, San Diego, one of the most haunted houses in America due to its numerous spirits haunting the home, including Violet Whaley who committed suicide through gunshot wound in the outhouse and the ghost of "Yankee Jim", a thief who was hanged on the gallows in 1852; the same spot where settler Thomas Whaley built his home four years later.|
|111||9.12||"Overland Hotel and Saloon"||Pioche, Nevada, US||June 21, 2014||0.77|
|Zak, Nick and Aaron are back in their home state of Nevada when they visit Pioche, an 1860s silver-mining town that is one of the most violent Wild West towns in America. During their lockdown, they investigate the historic Overland Hotel and Saloon, and the Lincoln County Courthouse and Jail which earned the nickname "Million Dollar Courthouse" after it cost $75,000 to build in 1872, which is amounted to $1.48 million in today's money. An anomaly possesses and disorients Nick, and a sudden force knocks Zak off his feet.|
|112||9.13||"Old Licking County Jail"||Newark, Ohio, US||July 12, 2014||0.84|
|GAC travel to Ohio for their lockdown at the Old Licking County Jail, where multiple murders of famous criminals, inmate suicides and the deaths of four sheriffs were the norm. Also during their trip, they investigate a local paranormal investigator's nearby house who said she captured a photo of a dark shadow apparition named "Davey" who became attached to her back at the jail and then followed her home.|
Season 10 (2014–2015)
|Episode||Code||Title||Location||Original Airdate||U.S. viewers
|113||10.1||"Queen Mary"||Long Beach, California, US||October 4, 2014||0.99|
|In the season ten premiere, Zak, Nick and Aaron board the iconic RMS Queen Mary docked in Long Beach, California for their lockdown. Once the most luxurious ship at sea, the Queen Mary is now considered one of the most haunted places on earth.|
|114||10.2||"Lemp Mansion"||St. Louis, Missouri, US||October 11, 2014||0.71|
|GAC travels to St. Louis, Missouri to investigate the Lemp Mansion and Brewery, along with the Cherokee Cave system that once stored the Lemp's lager. After years of tragedy and suicide, this mansion, which is an American landmark, is now known by Life magazine as "one of the ten most haunted places in America".|
|115||10.3||"Zozo Demon"||Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, US||October 18, 2014||0.81|
Zak, Nick and Aaron head to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to investigate a home terrorized by an ancient, demonic force called "Zozo", an ancient demon which is known for attacking, sexually assaulting and possessing its victims through a spirit board.Note: This is the final episode Nick Groff is in.
|116||10.4||"Island of Dolls"||Xochimilco, Mexico City, Mexico||October 25, 2014||0.90|
|While Nick celebrates the birth of his daughter, Zak and Aaron travel to Xochimilco, Mexico where the dark and creepy canals are home to what might be the world's strangest and scariest tourist attraction; the "Island of the Dolls", because of the many baby dolls in the trees. Zak must get over his fear of dolls on an island that is also the site of a sinister and haunted mystery of a little girl who drowned there in 1950.|
|117||10.5||"Bell Witch Cave"||Adams, Tennessee, US||January 10, 2015||0.80 |
Zak, Aaron, Bill and Jay travel to the Bell Witch Cave in a secluded area near Cross Plains, Tennessee, where they will investigate the notorious legend of the Bell Witch that has plagued the Bell family and other families on the nearby farmland in 1817. This is the first time in Paranormal TV that the case is documented.Note: This is the first episode without former GAC member Nick Groff (he left the show to pursue other paranormal interests).
|118||10.6||"Sallie House"||Atchison, Kansas, US||January 17, 2015||0.84 |
|Zak, Aaron, Bill and Jay travel to the Sallie House, claimed to be one of the most haunted houses in the Midwest, to investigate the claims of demonic attacks after the experiences of the Pickman family in 1992.|
|119||10.7||"Nopeming Sanatorium"||Duluth, Minnesota, US||January 24, 2015||1.08 |
|The Ghost Adventures crew travels to Duluth, Minnesota, where they become the first paranormal team to investigate the Nopeming Sanatorium, where thousands of lives were lost to tuberculosis.|
|120||10.08||"Apache Junction"||Apache Junction, Arizona, US||January 31, 2015||0.85 |
|The Ghost Adventures Crew spend the night in the ghost town of Goldfield, Arizona, which was the original Apache Junction. Zak tests new gas-detecting equipment in the mines, and Jay Wasley is utterly startled when he sees a man in a trench coat roaming through the town. The team also ventures into the cursed lands of the Superstition Mountain in order to find out any details related to the hectic mining for the Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine and its connections to Apache Junction|
|121||10.09||"Return to Tombstone"||Tombstone, Arizona, US||February 21, 2015||0.93 |
|The Ghost Adventures Crew returns to where the Old West never died, Tombstone, Arizona, to investigate Big Nose Kate’s Saloon, a place tormented by a spirit known only as the Swamper. But the guys also stop by and reinvestigate the Bird Cage Theatre and pay their respects to Leroy Colomy, a close friend who was tragically shot and killed only a short distance from the doorsteps of the theatre.|
|122||10.10||"Demons in Seattle"||Bothell, Washington||February 28, 2015||0.96 |
|The Ghost Adventures Crew, along with Darkness Radio host Dave Schrader and Bill Chappell, travels to a quiet suburb just outside Seattle to investigate the residence of a local Bothell man who claims that a demonic entity is wreaking havoc in his home by burning bibles, throwing furniture, and burning demonic symbols in his walls.|
|123||10.11||"Texas Horror Hotel"||Seguin, Texas, US
San Antonio, Texas, US
|March 7, 2015||0.91 |
|GAC investigate the Magnolia Hotel in Seguin, Texas, which is plagued with the dark history of murder and suicide. The guys try a new magnetic microphone device, and see a handprint mysteriously appear. Also, they head to San Antonio to test a local legend at the Missions Park train tracks, where a school bus of little children was all instantly killed when a speeding train collided with it.|
Season 11 (2015)
|Episode||Code||Title||Location||Original Airdate||U.S. viewers
|124||11.1||"Edinburgh Manor"||Scotch Grove, Iowa, US||August 22, 2015||0.64|
|In the Season 11 premiere, Zak, Aaron, Billy and Jay travel to the outskirts of Anamosa, Iowa for their lockdown at the extremely haunted Edinburgh Manor. Built in 1850, the manor housed the incurably insane and has had over 100 documented deaths within its walls. They investigate to find evidence of attacks from the entity known as "The Joker"|
|125||11.2||"Old Montana State Prison"||Deer Lodge, Montana, US||August 29, 2015||0.62|
|The Ghost Adventures Crew visits the Old Montana State Prison in Deer Lodge, a place haunted today by an old inmate nicknamed "Turkey Pete" and by the inmates who planned the deadly 1959 prison riot where the deputy warden was shot and killed. During the lockdown, the guys witness camera batteries inexplicably explode and fizzle acid.|
|126||11.3||"Manresa Castle"||Port Townsend, Washington, US||September 5, 2015||0.83|
|GAC sets sail to Port Townsend, Washington for their lockdown at Manresa Castle. The guys investigate the claims of violent hauntings and the suicide of a monk who hanged himself in the tower when the castle was a Jesuit monastery. They also look into the mystery of original owner Charles Eisenbeis' being buried with an unknown child in his family plot when he died in 1902. During the lockdown, an entity mimics and torments Aaron.|
|127||11.4||"Old Lincoln County Hospital"||Fayetteville, Tennessee, US||September 12, 2015||0.72|
|The Ghost Adventures Crew travels to Fayetteville, Tennessee for their lockdown at the Old Lincoln County Hospital, a claimed powerhouse of paranormal activity. They investigate to validate claims of a little girl who attaches herself to someone she likes and an entity known as the "Angel of Death", who harassed patients before they died.|
|128||11.5||"Haunted Harvey House"||Las Vegas, New Mexico, US||September 19, 2015||0.77|
|GAC travels to Las Vegas, New Mexico to be the first team to officially investigate the abandoned Castaneda Hotel, one of the Fred Harvey Company's most famous "Harvey House" hotels. They also investigate the nearby haunted Plaza Hotel, where the spirit of original owner Byron T. Mills is said to target and attack women in his office, room 310.|
|129||11.6||"Los Coches Adobe"||Soledad, California, US
Salinas, California, US
|September 26, 2015||0.86|
|GAC travels to Soledad, California for their lockdown at the Los Coches Adobe, a former brothel where a lady in black is said to roam. During the investigation, a shadow figure appears in front of Jay and sends him in a panic. The guys also investigate a local legend about Old Stage Road outside of Salinas, California to validate peoples claims of a female spirit appearing on the road, and in their car.|
|130||11.7||"Grand Canyon Caverns"||Peach Springs, Arizona, US||October 3, 2015||0.83|
|The Ghost Adventures Crew travels to the remote desert outside of Peach Springs, Arizona for their lockdown at the Grand Canyon Caverns, and a sacred Indian burial site near Oatman, Arizona. The guys experience rocks being thrown at them, and Zak has an eerie one on one encounter with an entity.|
|131||11.8||"Haunted Hollywood"||Los Angeles, California, US||October 10, 2015||0.72|
|The GAC split up and investigate three hauntings around Hollywood, California. Zak and Jay investigate the local American Legion Post 43, where it is believed to be haunted by a bartender who died after falling backwards down a staircase, and is also home to some celebrity spirits, including Charlie Chaplin, and Harry Lucenay. Billy and Aaron investigate the Hollywood Sign to find the spirit of Peg Entwistle after her suicide from jumping off the "H", and also investigate two areas in Griffith Park, the old merry-go-round, where the ghost of a boy is seen, and the old Griffith Park Zoo, where a female spirit is seen.|
|132||11.9||"Odd Fellows Asylum"||Liberty, Missouri, US||October 17, 2015||0.87|
|The Ghost Adventures Crew travels outside of Kansas City to Liberty, Missouri for their lockdown inside the old Odd Fellows Asylum, the current location of the famous Belvoir Winery housed in the Odd Fellows Home. Formerly an old folks' home, hospital and orphanage, with over 10,000 reported deaths, they investigate these buildings along with an old bunker. The guys also uncover horrifying tales of the Odd Fellows secret society, which used human remains for their dark rituals.|
|133||11.10||"Clown Motel and Goldfield High School"||Tonopah, Nevada, US
Goldfield, Nevada, US
|October 24, 2015||0.74|
|The Ghost Adventures Crew returns to Tonopah, Nevada where Zak faces his fear of clown dolls during their lockdown at the Clown Motel. They also return to Goldfield, Nevada in order to investigate the old Goldfield High School.|
|134||11.11||"Lava Hot Springs Inn"||Lava Hot Springs, Idaho, US||November 7, 2015||0.72|
|GAC travels to Lava Hot Springs, Idaho for their lockdown at the Lava Hot Springs Inn, where many paranormal claims have been reported for the past 27 years. Originally built as a hospital in 1924, the building was used as a rest home, and then, in 1988, it was converted into a hotel.|
Season 12 (2016)
|Episode||Code||Title||Location||Original Airdate||U.S. viewers
|135||12.1||"Black Dahlia House"||Los Angeles, California, US||January 30, 2016||0.81|
|GAC travels to Los Angeles to investigate the John Sowden House where the notorious Black Dahlia Murder allegedly occurred. Zak tours Downtown Los Angeles locations associated with victim Elizabeth Short's life with crime historian Kim Cooper, whose tour company Esotouric offers to walk in the footsteps of the real Black Dahlia. The guys conduct a seance with a psychic to contact alleged killer Dr. George Hodel. They experience negative energy, and audio and visual recordings give them clues about the murder.|
|136||12.2||"Secret Scientology Lab"||Los Angeles, California, US||February 6, 2016||0.78|
|GAC heads to the West Adams section in the greater Los Angeles area to investigate the Casa de Rosas compound that served as a secret Scientology lab. They encounter disturbing energy and audio tech Jay Wasley gets a mysterious burn mark on the back of his neck after provoking the spirit of the Church of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard.|
|137||12.3||"Bracken Fern Manor/Tudor House"||Lake Arrowhead, California, US||February 13, 2016||0.82|
|GAC head to Lake Arrowhead, California to investigate two properties plagued with demonic activity; the Bracken Fern Manor, which was once used as a Mob-run getaway for the Hollywood elite during Prohibition, now currently a bed and breakfast, and the Tudor House, which is used as a performing and catering venue. Shockingly, the guys uncover a secret underground tunnel that allows a demon mimicking a Native American woman to travel between the two buildings.|
|138||12.4||"Return To The Riviera"||Las Vegas, Nevada, US||February 20, 2016||0.71|
|GAC return to Las Vegas, Nevada, to re-investigate the Riviera Hotel and Casino, which is scheduled for demolition. The guys invite four fans to join them for the unprecedented investigation of the entire hotel and casino.|
|139||12.5||"Chinese Town Of Locke"||Walnut Grove, California, US||February 27, 2016||0.77|
|The Ghost Adventures Crew invites NBC's Today Show correspondent Dylan Dreyer to help investigate Locke, California, a ghost town formerly run by Chinese immigrants of the Tong, a criminal organization associated with the Chinese mafia. Their lock-down includes; the Dai Loy Museum, once an illegal gambling house, opium den and brothel where a cheating player was shot and killed, the Tong Building, where a man was attacked by an unseen force, and the Star Theater, where the singing spirit of Mai Ling is heard.|
|140||12.6||"Star Of India"||San Diego, California, US||March 5, 2016||0.70|
|The Ghost Adventures Crew climbs aboard the Star of India, a 152-year-old merchant ship docked in San Diego that is part of the Maritime Museum of San Diego. Once a vessel for immigrants across the seas, it now carries the souls of a captain who committed suicide, a crew member who got crushed by an anchor, and the spirit of a child stowaway.|
|141||12.7||"Leslie's Family Tree"||Santaquin, Utah, US||March 12, 2016||0.90|
|GAC travel to Utah for their lockdown in Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant, a family-owned eatery, where Part of it is in a 100-year-old building. It's reportedly haunted by several aggressive ghosts who attack patrons and staff, poltergeist activity, and Native American spirits from the Ute tribe who where killed in the Walker War that took place in the area.|
|142||12.8||"Hell Hole Prison"||Yuma, Arizona, US||March 19, 2016||0.85|
|GAC head to Yuma to investigate the Yuma Territorial Prison, which earned the name Hell Hole due to the intense heat of the location and inhumane punishments dealt to the inmates, such as locking them in the Snake Den. They investigate to try to contact spirits of former inmates who perished in these inhumane conditions.|
|143||12.9||"The Domes"||Casa Grande, Arizona, US||March 26, 2016||0.87|
|GAC heads to the Arizona desert for their lockdown in The Domes, a collection of massive dome-shaped buildings. These unusual structures were built in 1982 by a circuit board company for their offices, but were left abandoned and are said to be haunted by the spirits of children, Native Americans and shadow figures.|
|144||12.10||"Nevada State Prison"||Carson City, Nevada, US||July 16, 2016||TBD|
|The GAC travel to Carson City, Nevada to investigate the notorious Nevada State Prison, the only prison in the State of Nevada that the Department of Corrections performed executions at. They investigate to communicate with the spirits of the executed inmates.|
|145||12.11||"Return to Winchester Mystery House"||San Jose, California, US||July 23, 2016||TBD|
|The GAC return to the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, California, to finish their earlier investigation that got cut short due to Zak's Grandma's death. They investigate new claims of activity after their original visit and experiment with Josh Warren, the Constantinos, and Tri-State Paranormal created new activity in the mansion (as reported on Ghost Adventures: Aftershocks.)|
|146||12.12||"Stardust Ranch"||Buckeye, Arizona, US||July 30, 2016||TBD|
|The GAC travel outside of Phoenix, Arizona to the Stardust Ranch nestled in Rainbow Valley, a location noted for extraterrestrial sightings. They investigate to find closure for the figures the ranch owner has been seeing around his home and property.|
|147||12.13||"The Haunted Museum"||Las Vegas, Nevada, US||August 6, 2016||TBD|
|The GAC investigate the Deadly Possessions Museum. a mansion that is being converted into a museum for the haunted items Zak has collected over the years. They investigate to find answers for the construction crew that were scared out of the location after coming into contact with spirits.|
Season 13 (2016-2017)
In June 2016, Zak Bagans confirmed that new episodes would begin airing in July 2016, beginning with 4 episodes meant to be aired for Season 12 and some new investigations afterwards. Confirmed episodes include an episode based on the Deadly Possessions Museum (Season 12 Finale), a return to the Winchester Mystery House, the Nevada State Prison, the Stardust Ranch, and a "House of Evil" where investigator Billy Tolley gets severely affected by a demonic infestation. Zak Bagans has recently stated in July 2016 on his Twitter account that the GAC will embark on a 2-week journey to film an upcoming Halloween special. On July 16, 2016, Zak and the crew announced that Season 13 will begin on September 24 2016, with episodes to be announced after the Haunted Museum episode airs.
|Episode||Code||Title||Location||Original Airdate||U.S. viewers
|148||13.1||"TBA"||TBA||September 24, 2016||TBD|
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