Ghost Adventures - Season 1

Saturday 9:00 PM on Travel Channel Premiered Oct 17, 2008 Between Seasons


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Episode Guide

  • Bobby Mackey's Music World

    Zak, Nick, and Aaron travel to Bobby Mackey's Music World, a country music club that is supposedly haunted and is believed to have the gateway to hell in its very basement. When the club was a Slaughter House it was the sight of a grusome murder and satanic cult activity. The club is supposedly haunted by the spirits of two murderers who sacrificed their victim to the devil and a dancer who committed suicide. Will this be too much for GAC to handle?

  • Aftershocks: Bobby Mackey's; Brookdale Lodge
    Host Zak Bagans receives updates from people he encountered on previous lockdowns. Included: The former head of housekeeping at the Brookdale Lodge in California reveals some shocking news; and Zak presents new audio evidence to a skeptic he encountered while at Bobby Mackey's Music World in Kentucky.
  • Houghton Mansion
    Episode 2

    The GAC travel to the Houghton Mansion in New England. Built in 1890, the mansion is supposedly home to many spirits. In 1914 the mansion owner, Albert Charles Houghton, and his daughter were being driven around the country by their driver John Widders when their was a terrible accident. Mr. Widders accidentally drove the car off a cliff, and many passengers died. A few days latter the driver committed suicide. Zak, Nick, and Aaron travel there hoping to capture these spirits on camera.

  • Moundsville State Penitentiary

    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.

  • Salem Witch House; New Orleans
    Zak Bagans revisits his paranormal investigation of the USS Hornet and learns that a voodoo priestess may have put a curse on the team.
  • Riddle House
    Episode 4

    Zak, Nick, and Aaron get locked down in the Riddle House. The house was built in the early 1900s as a home for the keepers of the cemetery across the street. Moved from its original spot, the house is still supposedly home to the spirit of a worker named Joeseph who hung himself in the attic. The team uses a medium for the first time, and Aaron faces his fears by staying alone in the creepy attic.

  • Sloss Furnaces
    Episode 5

    GAC travels to the Sloss Furnaces. Built in 1871, it was one of the first large steel factories. However, the Sloss Furnace holds a dark history of death. Many workers died from high exposure to Carbon Monoxide, and a few fell into molten steel and were incinerated. One of the most gruesome deaths involved a worker being caught in gears. Are the spirits of these workers still there, will Zak, Nick, and Aaron survive an entire night locked inside?

  • Abandoned NJ Psychiatric Hospital

    Zak, Nick, and Aaron travel to an abandoned psychiatric hospital somewhere in New Jersey. The hospital was used to keep the criminally insane under prison-like conditions in the early 20th century. The conditions drove patients into even worse madness, murder, and suicide. There have been reports of voices echoing through the halls when there is no one there.

  • Aftershocks: Bonnie Springs; Vulture Mine
  • Edinburgh Vaults
    Episode 7

    Zak, Nick, and Aaron travel overseas to one of the most haunted places in Scotland, the Edinburgh Vaults. The vaults are located under the Southern Bridge which was constructed in 1785.During the Irish Potato Famine of 1845 many Irish people traveled to Scotland seeking a place to live. They were forced to live in the vaults under the bridge, as many as 10 people would live in a single room. The conditions were worst than the tenants -- crowded, damp, with barely any air circulation. Today the vaults is one of the most highly active paranormal locations in the world. There have been reports of hearing voices, cold spots, and being touched. One of the most frightening involves an evil spirit named Mr. Boots, who allegedly killed a prostitute. Will Zak finally meet his match and cancel the lock down?

  • 12/5/08

    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?

  • Aftershocks: Zozo Demon; Katie's Bar
  • Aftershocks: Texas Horror Hotels; Sloss Furnace
  • Aftershocks: Bachelor's Grove; Waverly