Ghost Adventures

Season 2 Episode 3

La Purisima Mission

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Jun 19, 2009 on Travel Channel
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The Ghost Adventures crew investigates the haunted occurrences at the La Purisima Mission in Lompoc, California. The former Spanish residence of padres, soldiers and the native Chumash is beautiful, but the air around it is heavy with the tragedy of disease and war. At La Purisima the sounds of flutes and the voices of the long-gone inhabitants still linger. Trapped within its white-washed walls, the spirits seem bound to this land, forever locked in their struggle with each other.

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  • One of the creepiest episodes in the series

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    The Ghost Adventures crew investigates the haunted occurrences at the La Purisima Mission in Lompoc, California. The former Spanish residence of padres, soldiers and the native Chumash is beautiful, but the air around it is heavy with the tragedy of disease and war. At La Purisima the sounds of flutes and the voices of the long-gone inhabitants still linger. Trapped within its white-washed walls, the spirits seem bound to this land, forever locked in their struggle with each other.

    Overall, the most chilling things were caught in this episode,

    - the baby crying

    -the greyhound

    -the flute music (oh god that)

    -the battle cries

    and much more



    Overall a 10 out of 10moreless

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Also Appearing:
      Steve Jones - Former La Purisima Park Ranger
      Linda Agren - Interpreter, La Purisima
      Bill Henry - La Purisima Volunteer Guide
      Arthur Carlos - La Purisima Volunteer Guide
      Tamara Thorne - Novelist/Eyewitness

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Zak: (when a Park Ranger assures them no one's getting in or out of the Mission) Let me show you something... that gun? That's our deadbolt lock. (to his teammates) You see his frickin' guns in there?
      Nick: Yeah, there's no way anyone's getting in this place!
      Zak: Yeah! Man, they keep this place really protected. They really protect their ghosts here!

    • Zak: (as they investigate the former Chumash village) Aaron may look like he's dressed like an Indian. We've put these artifacts on him- these come from the actual museum from the Chumash Indians. So we're using him as bait, kind of, again. Sorry, Aaron.
      Aaron: (looking at Zak) I hate you.

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Zak: (pointing to a sign warning about rattlesnakes in the area) You see this right here? History has a way of repeating itself, and what happened to us in Idaho... so hopefully we won't see any of those on the way down.

      When Zak and his crew investigated the Old Idaho State Penitentiary, they climbed into the hills, as they do here, to get a better overall view of the site. While they were in the Idaho hills, they ran into at least four or five snakes, many of which were rattlesnakes.

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