Ghost Adventures Returns this February, moves to Saturdays
Look at your schedules and lock down some free time on Saturdays because “Ghost Adventures" is returning for its ninth season February 15, on a new night.
Moving from Fridays to Saturdays, the 13-episode season will air at 9 p.m.on Travel Channel as the paranormal investigators bring their unique brand of ghost hunting to the task of pursuing evidence of the unexplained.
"Each season we push the barriers on paranormal investigating — physically, personally, emotionally, scientifically," said Zak Bagans, lead investigator. “Our experiences affect us well beyond what viewers see in each episode — it doesn’t just end when we turn the equipment off. But each investigation puts Nick, Aaron and I one step closer to understanding the afterlife and the haunted mysteries of the locations we visit. It’s exciting and terrifying all at once.”
Viewers can join Bagans, Nick Groff, Aaron Goodwin, Billy Tolley and Jay Wasley on this “exciting and terrifying” journey as the team visits Los Angeles’ Oman House in the premiere episode. Connected to the Sharon Tate murder by Charles Manson’s cult in 1969 — which occurred 200 feet from the property — the guys discover the home is also atop a Native American burial ground. Reports of activity in this area include, according to Travel Channel, “objects moving on their own; sightings of a pregnant, bleeding female apparition walking around outside the home thought to be Sharon Tate herself; and those who enter the house have feelings of overwhelming physical pain and illness.”
Other upcoming investigations include the former Old West mining town of Bannack, MT; the historic Morris-Jumel Mansion of New York City; the well-known and infamously haunted Katie’s Bar in Long Island, NY; the 215 year old Myrtles Plantation in St. Francisville, LA; a former cement factory (turned Halloween funhouse) in Salt Lake City, UT.
[Aaron Sagers, The Huffington Post]
29 January 2014