TRAVEL CHANNEL'S GHOST ADVENTURES CONTINUES THE HUNT FOR SPIRITS AT HAUNTED LOCATIONS
- Armed with sophisticated technology, the team unveils paranormal activity
at haunted locations during the popular series -
(Chevy Chase, MD) � Paranormal investigators Zak Bagans, Nick Groff, and Aaron Goodwin
continue their quest to document supernatural activity at haunted locations both domestic and
international when GHOST ADVENTURES returns with new episodes June 5th at 9PM on Travel
Channel. Making themselves vulnerable to unearthly possession, attempting to exorcise demons, and
using extreme taunting techniques to dare the suspected ghosts are all in store every Friday through
During their investigations, the crew finds out about the area, interviews locals about hauntings, and
gets up close and personal with the spirits reportedly inhabiting these locations. Armed with night
vision cameras, digital recording equipment and unique provoking techniques, the crew readies
themselves for an overnight investigation. While being locked down from dusk til dawn the Ghost
Adventures crew investigates each locations paranormal activity. There are no cameramen or
production crews to record the event � just the three-man investigative team of Bagans, Groff and
Goodwin. At the end of each episode, an independent, third party team of paranormal specialists
conducts a scientific analysis to decipher and analyze the evidence caught on camera. The
professionals range from Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP) experts and those who use a scientific
monitoring approach to Catholic Bishops.
The June 5th premiere features an investigation at Preston Castle where Zak, Nick and Aaron explore a
condemned building in Ione, California. The castle is a former reformatory that housed angry juvenile
offenders and abandoned children. It is the sight of an unsolved murder, countless instances of
corporal punishment and the scene of many tragic deaths due to ravaging epidemics of Tuberculosis
and Yellow Fever. The crew has their hands full as they investigate the reportedly aggressive ghosts
that are trapped within its confines.
During the season, the Ghost Adventures crew investigates the Castillo De San Marcos in St.
Augustine, FL; La Purisima Mission in Lompoc, CA; the Magnolia Lane Plantation in Natchitoches,
LA; Birdcage Theater in Tombstone, AZ; Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, PA; Moon River
Brewery in Savannah, GA and Ancient Ram Inn in Wales.
Viewers can log on to www.travelchannel.com for additional content, including full biographies on the
investigative team and interviews on what drives them to the �dark side'; video clips of season one's
scariest moments; and overviews of the world's most haunted locations.
GHOST ADVENTURES is produced my MY Tupelo Entertainment for the Travel Channel. For
MY Tupelo Entertainment the executive producers are Michael Yudin and Joe Townley. The
executive producer for the Travel Channel is Daniel A. Schwartz.
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