The guys visit the Mustang Ranch, a legal brothel near Reno, to investigate claims of a male spirit attacking the female employees.
This week the GAC are in San Jose, California to investigate the Winchester Mystery House. Told by a fortune teller that the spirits of those killed by the Winchester rifles would kill her as soon as the house was finished being built, Mrs Winchester had workers adding, changing and rearranging her twisting labyrinth of a house until the day she died. But even then, the house seemed toremain full of unsettled spirits...moreless
Two new teams are brought to Mansfield, Ohio to investigate the former State Reformatory.
The Ghost Adventures Crew head to Seattle to investigate Kells Irish Pub. But they haven't come for the spirits sold at the bar, but rather for those of the dead souls trapped in the building, which used to be a mortuary and crematorium.moreless
Ghost Adventures returns to the airwaves with a special to re-examine the crew's best evidence of the paranormal.
The Ghost Adventures team returns to Virginia City, NV, the site of their very first investigation and documentary. The angry spirits in this old western mining town have been waiting for their return. Now they'll get their chance to confront Zak, Nick and Aaron once again during the Washoe Club lockdown.moreless
The GAC travels to the old Idaho Penitentiary. The prison started in 1870 and was one ofthe hardest to live at in the U.S. Plumbing wasn't put in until the late 1920s, which spread disease easily and took many inmates' lives. The most notorious inmate was Raymond Allen Snowden, better known as, "Idaho's Jack the Ripper." He was convicted of murder after stabbing a woman 35 times. He was hung before getting a chance to say his last words, and still supposedly haunts the are near where he was hung. Zak tries to give him another chance to say those last words. Will the Ghost Adventures crew see the spirit of Ray Snowden?moreless
Zak, Nick, and Aaron travel to Moundsville State Penitentiary in West Virginia, home of murders, suicides, and supposedly almost 1,000 ghosts. The United States Department of Justice named it one of the top ten most violent correctional facilities during its 119-year history. Armed with only night vision cameras, the GAC get locked down inside for an entire night with these violent spirits.moreless