In the next all-new episode of Ghost Hunters International, the team travels to Serbia to try and seek out the paranormal yet again on a nail-biting mission. They start to see images moving and think it may be someone moving throughout the tunnel where they're staked out. A decision is made to continue even further underground with no looking back as they weave through a maze of hallways. They reach a dead end and feel like they're going to come face-to-face with the figure. Watch the clip and tune in on Wednesday at 9/8c on Syfy to find out.
Bonnie Springs Ranch in Blue Diamond, Nevada was built in the 1960s. The ranch was built on top of a trail that was a stop-over for travelers heading to the west coast in the 1800s. Traveling the old spanish trail was an extremely dangerous task. Numerous travelers died from attacks, sickness, and exposure to the elements.
The travelers went through a lot of mental, physical, and emotional pain which could explain the odd occurrences that frequently happen at Bonnie Springs today. Recent visitors and investigators have reported hearing voices, odd feelings, and one woman even left with large scratches down her back.
One man has worked around the ranch for 30 years. He claims he once saw the merry-go-round on the play ground spinning on it's own. As he approached the playground to get a better look, the merry-go-round came to a sudden dead stop. This experience and many more have convinced him that there is a strong spiritual force at the Bonnie Springs Ranch.
This Friday Zak, Nick, and Aaron return to a place that is notorious among Ghost Adventures fans. Goldfield, Nevada is where Zak and Nick carried out one of their very first investigations. The Goldfield Hotel is where they caught the infamous clip of a flying brick. Since that day, Zak and Nick always wanted to return to the location of their very first ghost adventure.
However, the Goldfield Hotel is not all about warm memories. There are former workers who are terrified to enter the premises. During the pre-lockdown investigation, a former custodian admits to Nick that she was recently attacked in her home by a spirit who she believes had followed her from the hotel. She also believes the attack was a warning for Zak, Nick, and Aaron.
The building has more than it's share of dark history. The hotel's owner, George Wingfeild, was one of the most powerful men in Nevada during the gold rush. He is famous for operating a mining company in Goldfield, but he is also known for his crimes. Wingfeild kept a young prostitute named Elizabeth hostage in the hotel while she was pregnant with his child. Shortly after giving birth, both Elizabeth and her child were found dead. Many people still believe Elizabeth and her baby were murdered by George Wingfield.
Though the Ghost Adventures crew are very excited to return to Goldfield, they are also worried, because the spirits have had six years to plan for their return. This is definitely an episode you don't want to miss.