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 in 2005. They investigate paranormal claims of aggressive apparitions and a vampire-like creature that has attacked visitors in the past. The guys make contact with murderer J. The man and his siblings believe the entity attached itself to their mother and caused her death. The crew describes how their experiences in the paranormal world affect their lives.
Note: Zak and the crew did not have intentions to investigate the Goldfield Hotel, but the owner, Roberts, was there and they asked him if they could do another investigation. During the investigation, a shadow figure appears in front of Jay and sends him in a panic. Was the malevolent spirit speaking through her in an effort to scare Zak away? 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 ,. As they prepare for the lockdown, Zak introduces his dog, Gracie, who will hopefully act as a trigger object to attract the sprits. The fort was originally used during as a military training ground for soldiers, then as a settlement during the and a refuge camp after the fall of. For the second day of their lockdown, Zak and Aaron investigate the Fairmont Hotel, a former , where 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.
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. The show is introduced and by Bagans. Their investigation reveals unexplained high spikes and they learn of how an assassin shot Kingsley Olds, an inmate who drowned two little girls in a river, through the courthouse window. The crew also visits the in , to gather important information regarding Central Unit Prison. Season 6, Episode 26 Zak, Nick and Aaron make their first trip out to Mississippi to visit the oldest building in Natchez: King's Tavern, home to a legendary bloody dagger. Both buildings have been plagued by death, leading to activity that torments paranormal investigators.
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. It's reportedly haunted by several aggressive ghosts who attack patrons and staff, poltergeist activity, and Native American spirits from the who were killed in the that took place in the area. Formerly an old folks' home, hospital and orphanage, with over 10,000 reported deaths, they investigate these buildings along with an old bunker. Locations featured are in ; in ; in ; in ; in ; in ; and in. Note: Nick's grandfather died days before the filming of this episode. They investigate to find answers for the construction crew that were scared out of the location after coming into contact with spirits.
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. The Inn was built upon the land of the , and is considered sacred land by Native Americans. People and places include 's and Bruce Westcott, 's former pianist at the in , The Hollywood Ghost Hunters, consisting of , , and Rick McCallum at the in , Liz Nowicki at the Lizzie Borden House in , at the Peabody-Whitehead Mansion in , at the in , Roy Marshall at the in , Christian Day at the in , Dakota and Rob Laden, the winners of the Ghost Adventures Crew Mashup Challenge, at the in , Joe Tasso, Wally Luna, and Christy Silva at in. Although eleven of these deaths were identified on the premises, eight still remain a mystery. A devastating fire and the town's violent history has left a dark presence in the historic building that threatens the safety of employees and guests. 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. The discovery of a bloody battle on the grounds of the park leads Zak to believe a residual energy could be responsible for the manifestations.
Rapper joins the guys during their investigation, where Zak is affected by dark entity. Zak has a terrifying encounter when a psychic dancer at the club tells him personal details about his family. To start their Irish adventure, they begin with a trip to the cave at ; the birthplace of. They also investigate John Mackay's old bank after the owner says there is a negative entity tormenting workers who go down to the basement. During their lockdown, the guys try to help the current owners, who sell and store oddity antiques in the house, by gathering chilling evidence of paranormal activity, but they are lured away from the location against their will. During their lockdown, the guys investigate reports of an ill-tempered spirit in Room 18, which is padlocked shut and off-limits to guests. 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.
The guys also discover that the house was built upon Native American burial grounds. During the lockdown, an entity mimics and torments Aaron. They investigate to try to contact spirits of former inmates who perished in these inhumane conditions. Note: Before the lockdown, the guys make a short stop to the spot where actor died to pay their respects to the late actor. They set out to find her again along with actor and Ghost Adventures fan and their new experimental electrical pod. Trilogy of Terror, an infamous haunted attraction where employees have reported brushes with a terrifying shadow figure and violent demonic entities.
After learning about all the demonic attacks the owners suffered, the guys decide to contact a Catholic priest to perform an of the rectory. Mary's Art Center, the Silver Queen Hotel, and the Miner's Cabin at the. A highly personal communication brings the guys to tears, and they experience a chilling exchange with the spirits. 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. The hospital was a vital item of the small town because it was needed to heal the injured miners. Part one takes place at the Soldiers National Museum, a former -era orphanage where it is claimed that children were abused by a matron. His ghost is alleged to dislike men and often attacks them.