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The TAPS team visit Lucas, Ohio, where they investigate the 1896 case of a woman who killed her entire family, and explore the home of a Pulitzer Prize-winning author.
The TAPS team go underground during a trip to Octagon Hall in Franklin, Ky., to investigate secret tunnels, which were allegedly used to hide Confederate soldiers during the Civil War.
Michelle's last case with the team takes her to a naval park in Buffalo to investigate three former service vessels that are alleged to be haunted.
The team travel to Pennsylvania to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg and visit a former orphanage with a history of ghostly sightings.
For Halloween, the team head to Hyde Hall in Cooperstown, N.Y., to investigate alleged paranormal activity.
The team investigate the Pennsylvania Asylum and Testing Lab in Scott Township, Pa.
The team investigate terrifying claims of paranormal activity at the Rendall Building in Shreveport, La.
In the mid season premiere, the team travels to Monticello, Ark., to investigate a mansion where, according to legend, a woman committed suicide over an ill-fated and secret love.
The team investigates the Elms Resort and Spa in Missouri, which is built near natural springs. It's burned down twice in its past, making some people wonder if it's cursed.
TAPS investigates Boulder City Hospital. Are the men who built the nearby Hoover Dam seeking revenge against the hospital that cared for them?
Reports of paranormal activity at the Belvoir Winery in Liberty, Mo., are investigated.
A Little Rock family believe a bungalow that they inherited is cursed.
In the spring premiere, TAPS is invited to Louisiana's Shreveport Auditorium to investigate claims of paranormal activity at the famed venue where Elvis Presley played his first professional gig. Did the King of Rock 'n Roll really leave the building or will TAPS find evidence that Elvis' spirit is still performing for an audience of apparitions?moreless
The team investigate paranormal activity being reported by the new owner of an amusement park in Sylvan Beach, N.Y.
The Nathan Hale Homestead in Coventry, Conn., is investigated.
The team travel to Louisville to investigate one of the oldest operating steamboats in the United States.
An investigation into the 1890 House in Cortland, N.Y., delves into the background of the mansion's original owner, businessman Chester F. Wickwire, and his ancestors.
Renovations at the Peoria Asylum in Bartonville, Ill., are slowed down by strange occurrences, which are investigated by the team.
Josh Gates of Destination Truth joins TAPS as they investigate the centuries old Missionof San Juan Capistrano.
In the ninth-season premiere, the team travel to the Sowden House in Los Angeles, which is the alleged site of the infamous 1947 Black Dahlia murder mystery. They also examine the 1979 death of actor Victor Kilian during a visit to Madame Tussauds Hollywood wax museum.