Tag Archives: Jason

Ghost Hunters: “Ghost of Christmas Past”

“Ghost Hunters” mostly managed to annoy the ghost of Doris Welch, former innkeeper of the Christmas Farm Inn in Jackson, New Hampshire. They completely missed the ghost of a World War I casualty at the Old Stone Fort in Schoharie, … Continue reading

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Ghost Hunters: “TAPS Meets The Real Housewives of Atlanta”

TAPS teamed up with three of the current crop of divas from “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” to investigate Rhodes Hall. Custom built for furniture magnate Amos Giles Rhodes, the elaborate structure was completed in 1904 and remained the Rhodes … Continue reading

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Ghost Hunters: “The Oldest House in Georgia”

Kris reprised her role as jail bait for ghosts of inmates past at the Old Ulster County Jail in Kingston, New York. Grant terrified the ghost of a young girl at the Thornton House in Atlanta, Georgia. The Old Ulster Jail … Continue reading

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Ghost Hunters: “Lemp Mansion”

      The Lemp Mansion was a paranormal hotbed of activity as “Ghost Hunters” explored the home of the depression afflicted family. Built in 1868 by Jacob Feickert, father of Julia Lemp, the home later served as both a residence and … Continue reading

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Ghost Hunters: “Signals from the Past”

The ghosts in this episode were largely content to stay put during TAPS investigations of the Rose Island Lighthouse and the Baseball Hall of Fame. Ghost Hunters first investigation was the Rose Island Lighthouse. Activated on January 20, 1870 it served … Continue reading

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The Colonial Inn

The ghosts of American Revolutionary War soldiers were highly active in The Colonial Inn of Concord, Massachusetts. Built in 1716, the inn has served as a private home, a Revolutionary War hospital, a boarding house and today as a full service … 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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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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Uninvited Guests

Ghost Hunters had a number of EVP’s and personal experiences at both the 1875 Inn in Tilton, New Hampshire and the Shippen Manor of Oxford, New Jersey.  The best known ghost at The 1875 Inn was that of a little … Continue reading

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Unexplained Phenomena

I am starting to think Jason and Grant should have “inconclusive” written on their foreheads. Both locations in this episode had plenty of ghosts that were interacting with TAPS. The first investigation was the American Legion Post in Willowgrove, Pennsylvania. TAPS … Continue reading

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