Thursday, September 30, 2010

Ghost Adventures - Return to Bobby Mackey's

Episode Description:

Return to Bobby Mackey's
There is one place that you might hear Zak Bagans say he is afraid to investigate. Demonic possessions and physical attacks are run-of-the mill at Bobby Mackey's Music World. The building, which now hosts a country music bar, has been home to a slaughterhouse and is the site of a well-publicized satanic murder. In 2008, Zak, Nick, and Aaron spent a night investigating the building, not knowing it would change their lives forever.

Bobby Mackey's is the only location the guys have visited where they feel spirits have followed them home. After the first investigation, Nick was startled awake by banging pots and pans. Thinking his house was broken into, he ran downstairs to find his kitchen faucet turned on and nobody around. Aaron even admits that investigating Bobby Mackey's played a factor in ruining his marriage.

You won't believe the evidence and occurrences that happen during this investigation. The spirits call the Ghost Adventures guys and their guests by name. They use their past and emotions to play games, and they even mimic friends to get to the guys. What lies ahead is one of the toughest investigations Ghost Adventures fans will ever witness.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Destination Truth "Ghost Fleet/Japanese River Monster"

Air: Thursday, September 30th @9/8c on Syfy.

Synopsis: Team Truth treks to Micronesia to conduct the world's first underwater paranormal investigation.

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Ghost Hunters "Lemp Mansion"

Air: Wednesday, September 29th @9/8c on Syfy.

Synopsis: The Ghost Hunters seek out tortured souls in a lavish St. Louis estate.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Ghost Adventures - Rolling Hills Asylum This Friday!

In Bethany, NY there is a place where the homeless, drunkards, and criminally insane were sent. The building known as the Rolling Hills Asylum, built in 1827, became a stew pot of tragic cases of abuse and mistreatment. The building also served as a poor house, where mothers and children who could not support themselves were housed under the same roof as pedophiles and mental health sufferers. There have been over 1,200 documented deaths in the asylum, but those are just the deaths that have been accounted for.

One of these cases involved a patient named Roy who suffered from giantism. Roy's father was a prominent banker, and he dropped his son off at the Rolling Hills Asylum when he was just twelve years old. Roy spent 50 years living in the asylum and eventually died there. In the years since, there have been numerous claims from visitors to the asylum that they saw a hulking seven foot tall figure walking the halls.

On top of the tragic abuse and dark history surrounding the asylum, there is a notoriously evil nurse. Nurse Emmy is infamous for her mistreatment of the patients in Rolling Hills. However, she is also said to have practiced dark magic inside the building. She was a member of an occult group that still exists today. When you group her story in with the rest of the dark events in this building's past, you can be sure that Zak, Nick, and Aaron are in for a night they won't soon forget.

Video clips:Slamming door caught on tape: 

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Ghost Adventures - Gettysburg This Friday!

Episode Description:
They say that you can see the soldiers continuing to wage civil war on the historic battlefields of Gettysburg, PA. Over 150,00 Americans fought here in one of the largest battles in US history. This is why the Ghost Adventures team will be investigating Gettysburg on the anniversary of the historic battle.

There are so many haunted buildings in Gettyburg that Zak, Nick, and Aaron will be doing a three part lockdown. The first part takes place at the Soldiers National Museum, a museum and historic orphanage where children were beaten and abused. It was a surprising to hear that such a horrifying place is stuck righto the middle of a place known for violence and carnage. Rosa Carmichael, the owner of the orphanage, was known to hate children and punished them by chaining them to the wall and putting them in confinement.

The second part of the lockdown is at the Jennie Wade house. Jennie was hiding at her sister's house during the battle. Once the fighting had died down she thought it would be okay to make food for the family. She was killed in the kitchen by a bullet from a confederate soldier that had missed it's target. She was the only civilian to have died during the battle.

The third part of the Gettysburg lockdown is at the Engine House where the first battle of Gettysburg took place. The engine house is not as old, but the ground it is built upon truly tingles your spine. It is said that as the train tracks were laid workers were digging up human skulls.

Video clips:
Ghost Adventures Music Video:
Gettysburg Photos
Special Episode Previews:
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