Tag Archives: EVP

Ghost Adventures “Gettysburg”

“Ghost Adventures” is known for getting results and they didn’t disappoint in the season opener. This episode had amazing EVP’s, plenty of personal experiences and an exciting thermal camera image of a Civil War soldier in the wee hours of … Continue reading

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Flinderation Tunnel

“Ghost Stories” by the Travel Channel is exactly what the title claims, ghost stories presented in a way most calculated to scare the viewer silly. For once I found myself in the role of debunker, granted a psychic debunker, but … Continue reading

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John Wilkes Booth

Ghost Labs investigated two locations conspiracy theory had long associated with President Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth AFTER he killed Lincoln in April of 1865 at Forbes Theatre in Washington, DC. Booth’s fate as recorded in the history books was supposedly … Continue reading

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Tombstone

Ghost Lab got some interesting results when they investigated Tombstone, Arizona. Not surprisingly their first investigation was the Birdcage Theatre. Ghost Lab had some different results than Ghost Adventures when they focused on the Birdcage Theatre earlier this year. Birdcage … Continue reading

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The Devil’s Wedding

As far as the ghosts were concerned, both locations in Norway and Estonia were essentially cases of cradle robbing. Or at least young women taking up with older men they probably should have avoided in the first place. The first … Continue reading

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Witches Castle

For some reason the last couple episodes of GHI has featured the ghosts of some twisted clerics of one sort or another. Moosham Castle, aka “Witches Castle” was more of the same. Built in the 12th century it was the … Continue reading

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Ghost School

I was also taken aback by Edy Nathan’s insistence that Bryson’s Mom must detach from her son to a greater degree. However I think she had a good point if not for the reason she stated, that Judi was limiting Bryson’s … Continue reading

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Clovis Avenue Sanitarium

I happened to catch this 2008 episode on rerun. The place was definitely haunted, which was to be expected with so much suffering and death there over the years. The energy reminded me quite a bit of Waverly TB Sanitorium … Continue reading

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Washoe Club and Chollar Mine

Ghost Adventures went back to its roots by investigating in Virginia City, Nevada. In 2004 the Old Washoe Club was the location of Zak, Nick and Aaron’s first documentary. That investigation included The Silver Queen hotel where they got their first … Continue reading

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