Now enjoy the demon episodes; and realize one day, we'll invent better devices to detect this invisible world. That was weird and freaky. The Best Episodes of Ghost Adventures Last Updated: Apr 24, 2019 Paranormal investigator Zak Bagans and his crew, Nick Groff, Aaron Goodwin, Billy Tolley and Jay Wasley search for haunted locations both domestically and internationally. Honestly, the scariest ep for me is one I don't see mentioned a lot -- the Dorothea Puente Murder House. The sounds, moving chairs, all so creepy. . It messed with my head more than any of the other episodes.
People will mention Upper Fruitland Curse, I'm sure, and the latter half of the Ireland special had some moments where I gasped out loud. My favourite moment was the thermal capture of a figure pacing through the field behind the house. I am also very fond of the Goldfield Hotel episodes I think there are three of them? Pennhurst State closed in 1987 after several allegations of abuse, including dehumanization. Otherwise, the Fear Factory, Island of the Dolls, and Transylvania investigations would all be on my list. They showed a picture of the storms on a radar, and the storm system was clearly in the shape of a gun pointing directly at the town. Nick talked and told Zak later that Virginia believes the spirits of the Goldfield Hotel followed her home and caused her to break her toe and be thrown up against the wall violently, giving her the bruise. During their investigations, Zak and crew acquaint themselves with the general area; interview locals about the hauntings; and go face-to-face with the evil spirits who reportedly haunt these locations.
I instantly get goosebumps each time the part where something runs up across the bridge, past Aaron and knocks over a light. During his investigation, Zak learns of possession, suicide and an ominous third floor that has been forbidden to the public for over 20 years. The angry spirits in this old western mining town have been waiting for their return. I also really liked the return episode where they caught a growl in the basement as well. There are strange noises and voices, as well as a tall mist moving down a hallway and of course, Nick seeing the full bodied apparition and appropriately getting freaked out.
This is the site in which the crew first rocked the paranormal world and inspired the hit series. As night falls, the crew executes a wildly active lockdown in which Aaron is trapped on the infamous third floor with horrifying results. Best part would be the rock bouncing off Zaks shoe in plain sight of the camera! I have never heard a hypothesis linking the young science of dark matter; and what we commonly call spiritual beings from anyone. While the activity was definitely pretty creepy, especially the hand grabbing Zak, one of the tensest moments in the show would be Nick stuck in the morgue while Aaron and Zak are trying to find him. Since we are creatures that have no senses available to detect dark matter, and the creatures that live in that domain; we cannot interact well with them. You will find the little bit we know about dark matter; that the 'matter' can and does travel through our bodies all the time.
Scientists educated in this realm has already detected this fact. I think when the one guy who was a descendant of someone involved with the original haunting, he went down in the cave and caught like a pig grunting sound. Several tragic deaths have saturated the club with raw human emotion, creating a charged paranormal atmosphere and possibly fueling murderous behavior among employees and patrons. Now they'll get their chance to confront Zak, Nick and Aaron once again during the Washoe Club lockdown. The part that makes it so creepy is when Zak is sitting in a chair and they capture a weird sound like a raspy yell or like the sound of someone throwing up.
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