Wednesday, December 03, 2008
This week the Ghost Adventures crew will be investigating the Old Idaho Penitentiary in Boise, ID. The show airs Friday at 9 pm ET on Travel Channel and there is a LIVE video chat with Zak, Nick and Aaron following the show at 10 pm ET.
Thursday, November 27, 2008
This week the Ghost Adventures crew is going international with a paranormal investigation of the Edinburgh Vaults in Scotland. The show airs Friday at 9 pm ET on the Travel Channel.
Thursday, November 20, 2008
Get ready, this week the Ghost Adventures crew will be conducting their paranormal investigation at the Northern New Jersey Asylum. As always, the 3-man team will be scoping out the area, interviewing locals and then doing a 12-hour lock down to gather evidence. The show airs Friday at 9 pm ET.
Thursday, November 13, 2008
Wednesday, November 05, 2008
This week the Ghost Adventures crew will be investigating the Riddle House in West Palm Beach, FL - a former funeral parlor and home to cemetery caretakers. The show airs Friday at 9 pm ET and there is a LIVE video chat with Zak, Nick and Aaron following the show at 10 pm ET. You can embed the live chat video player on your site via the "Get & Share" link on the chat page.
I hope you enjoyed last week's episode at the Moundsville State Penitentiary - the team had some great local interviews. Here's a video of one of the show's highlights, the "I'll Kill You" Encounter.
Keep it Spooky,
Ben Castelli on behalf of the Travel Channel
Sunday, November 02, 2008
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Joan Crawford epitomized the essence of the Hollywood rags-to-riches story-a poor shopgirl who, in the 1920s, becomes the very embodiment of America's "flaming youth" and then transcends the role of "dancing daughter" to emerge the heroine of America's favorite melodramas.
In 1978, Christina Crawford, Joan's adopted daughter, wrote Mom-mie Dearest and shocked the United States with her heart-wrenching story of what it was really like growing up with one of Hollywood's most famous leading ladies. Mommie Dearest was on the New York Times best-seller list for forty-two weeks and was made into a 1981 film star-ring Faye Dunaway.
In 1989, we heard rumors of haunting manifestations in Joan Craw-ford's former home, and Christina seemed genuinely surprised that we knew about the stories.
"Not many people know that the house I grew up in may be haunted. It is not in print anywhere," she said.
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The Alien Seeker News - The Haunted Home of Joan Crawford
On Halloween the Ghost Adventures crew will be investigating the Moundsville State Penitentiary in West Virgina. Watch the team get locked down in one of the country's most violent prisons this Friday at 9 pm ET. Below is a link to an episode preview with a special introduction by host Zak Bagans, thanking fans and the paranormal community (please feel free to embed on your site):
I hope you enjoyed last week's episode at the Houghton Mansion, here's a video of one of the show's highlights, the "Shadow Person" Encounter.
Keep it Spooky,
Ben Castelli on behalf of the Travel Channel
Saturday, October 25, 2008
Monday, October 20, 2008
Friday, October 17, 2008
After several years of dismissing inexplicable sounds, fleeting shadows and broken crockery, owners of a modest home in the Los Angeles hills began to suspect their house may be haunted. They started taking Polaroid pictures of cold spots and places in the house where their Saint Bernard refused to tread. What they got back were snapshots that were astonishing.
drkrm.gallery is again hosting a special Halloween retrospective of this unique collection of paranormal photographs. As featured on the television shows SIGHTINGS, UNEXPLAINED MYSTERIES and A&E’s BIOGRAPHY, these strange images are just a fraction of the hundreds captured.
Taken in the 1990s before Photoshop, digital imaging and cell phone cameras changed photography forever, each Polaroid is original and distinctive. They show familiar rooms with wispy, feathery tendrils and misty tufts of white substances and, amazingly, cloud-like ectoplasmic writing; answers to whatever questions had been asked of the enitity. Usually the response came in English, but sometimes it appeared in Latin. When asked “Did you die in this house?” the answering spirit responded in Latin:“Et alla Corpus delicti,” (which translates among other things, a murder victim). The words floating in midair were invisible when the photograph was taken.Seeing Things: Ghost Polaroids explores the boundary between the known and the unknown. It asks whether something as simple and functional as photographs of record—people at a party, an empty room, an open door—can be a gateway to something more. These startling photographs challenge perceptions of reality and art. Is the image of the room with the ghostly writing the way we see ghosts, or is it the way ghosts see us? Who is seeing things, after all? Come explore these strangely surreal photographs and decide for yourself.
drkrm. gallery is an exhibition space dedicated to fine art and documentary photography, cutting edge and alternative photographic processes and the display and survey of popular cultural images. Regular gallery hours are Tuesday – Saturday, 11 am – 5 pm. Sunday 1-4pm.
All gallery events are free and open to the public.
drkrm. gallery is located at 2121 N. San Fernando Road, Suite 3 in the Capitol Studios Building in the Glassell Park section of Northeast Los Angeles, just minutes from Chinatown and down the road from The Brewery Art Complex. Drkrm. is about a mile from the San Fernando Road exit off the Glendale Freeway (Interstate 2) or the Figueroa Street Exit off the 110 (Pasadena Freeway) North.
Thursday, October 16, 2008
From Travel Channel PR
The brand new Travel Channel series Ghost Adventures kicks off this Friday October 17th and I wanted to provide you with some details on the show and a sneak peak video clip.
Paranormal investigator Zak Bagans and his crew Nick Groff and Aaron Goodwin search for haunted locations both domestically and internationally. They research the area, interview locals about the hauntings and then go face-to face with the spirits in a 12 hour overnight lock-down. Friday night begins with the award-winning Ghost Adventures documentary at 8 pm ET, followed by the series premier at 10 pm ET. This week the team is at Bobby Mackey Music World in Wilder, KY where local interviews help reveal the sinister past behind the cheerful nightclub setting.
Immediately following the show there will be a live video chat with Zak and the team where you can get to know the guys more personally and ask any questions.
Here is sneak peak at the upcoming series. Please, feel free to embed on your site:
Also, Zak put together a very cool online video gear guide where he walks through all of the
team's ghost-hunting equipment.
Friday, October 10, 2008
Jonathan Carroll's new book, 'The Ghost in Love,' traffics in metaphysical whimsy as we near Halloween
This sounds awesome! I love Jonathan Carroll!
Jonathan Carroll's new book, 'The Ghost in Love,' traffics in metaphysical whimsy as we near Halloween - Entertainment - cleveland.com
There was also a eyeball lolly-pop, a dvd which I think is promo for the Halloween shows and some postcard type things for some of the shows. One of the postcards was for a show called Ghost Adventures. I hadn't heard of that, but the card says --
Eight of the scariest sites on Earth.Sounds cool! It starts Oct 17th on the Travel Channel.
Three paranormal investigators.
One night of lockdown.
You've never experienced ghost hunting like this.
Don't forget to watch Most Haunted Live from Gettysburg tonight!
Monday, October 06, 2008
The new season of Most Haunted kicks off with a LIVE seven hour event from Gettysburg on Friday October 10th at 8pm ET.
MHL Gettysburg is the first-ever live paranormal investigation from one of the most haunted towns in America. You can take part in this interactive investigation by monitoring live webcams and communicating with the MHL team via the message boards and text messaging.
There will also be a live video chat on Thursday, October 9th, from 6-8 pm ET.