A computer screen mysteriously lights up while Steve and Tango are investigating the Proprietary House.
Steve and Grant investigate a staircase.
Tango shows off a magic trick in the haunted Old State Capitol.
Tango & Adam hear noise on the landing of the stairs.
TAPS member Kris Williams answers fan questions from the Forum in this exclusive Q&A series.
Amy and Adam try to draw out the spirits at Topstone Mill using trigger objects.
KJ, Britt & Ashley try drawing out the Hammond's Cat.
Catch this sneak peek of episode 4.
Britt calls Amy to get some back up for researching the haunts at Western Kentucky.
Watch as Steve & Tango give a confessional from Ghost Hunters Live!
Jason and Grant investigate large brass doors that open on their own.
Britt gives a brief explanation of an underwater detection gadget.
A young couple trapped in a remote estate of empty houses and shrieking foxes are beckoned from their isolation into a twilight world. A world of the paranormal or perhaps insanity.
The final day has arrived -- it’s Grant’s last investigation with TAPS. And where better to close out his phenomenal run but at Jason and Grant’s very own haunted property, Spalding Inn, located in Whitefield, New Hampshire? GHI investigated the inn before but this will be a first and last for the entire team as they say their final farewell to their mentor, leader, and TAPS co-founder, Grant Wilson.
For Grant’s second to last case with Ghost Hunters, TAPS revisits one of Grant’s favorite locations, Mt. Washington in New Hampshire. Last time TAPS was here, they caught one of the best EVPs ever. They were able to make contact with the famous princess rumored to still haunt the resort…but only after their investigation had wrapped and they were reviewing the evidence. This time they hope to pick up the conversation where they left off.
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS heads to Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina to help the USS Yorktown’s crew determine if the paranormal activity they are experiencing points to their fallen heroes lost at sea.
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS heads to Mount Joy, Pennsylvania to help out the great-great granddaughter of Alois Bube, the founder of Bube’s Brewery. She believes her ancestors could still be overseeing the brewery…but from their graves. The team then travels to Reisterstown, Maryland to investigate the home of a pregnant woman who fears that she is the target of dark entities lurking in her house.
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS heads out to investigate the U.S. Naval Institute in Annapolis, Maryland, where a marine’s death remains a mystery…and his ghost may still roam the property.
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS stays close to home and investigates the Lambda Chi Fraternity House at the University of Rhode Island, where a little girl reportedly fell to her death, and whose eerie presence is still felt in the house. The team then travels to Baltimore, Maryland to investigate the USCGC Taney, the last warship from the battle of Pearl Harbor. Could lingering spirits be Kamikaze pilots still at war, or have respected US heroes returned to protect their beloved ship?
TAPS heads to Providence City Hall to investigate claims that a former mayor is haunting the building. The team then travels to Farmington, NY to help a couple whose 4-year-old grandson is traumatized by spirits in their historic house.
On this episode of Ghost Hunters: slavery, murder and madness are behind the hauntings at the notorious Graham Mansion. TAPS travels to Virginia to determine the true source of the claims that have taken place at this historical location.
TAPS travels to The Thomas House in Red Boiling Springs, TN. Shortly after purchasing the property, the current owners realized some former residents may have never left and now want the owners to leave their home.
TAPS investigates the Hales Bar Dam & Marina in Guild, TN, where for the first time, TAPS will take their cameras underwater to search a graveyard that was flooded when the dam broke. Built on former Cherokee land, the dam is said to be cursed by a fallen Indian Chief.
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS heads to Naples, New York, to investigate the Naples Hotel. This hotel was built in 1895. There was a suicide at the hotel in the 1920's, which is when the activity is said to have begun. The owners believe the ghost of the victim is still there and have nicknamed him "Topper." Some of the reported activity includes apparitions, voices, and objects being thrown. Jason and Grant start their investigation on the second floor with EVP questions designed to get Topper to come out. The guys hear a conversation coming from the third floor, followed by a loud scream. They also notice that a picture has been moved. Amy and Adam are investigating in the Sake Room on the second floor to try and explain why the picture could have moved. Adam and Britt are looking for voices in the basement and trying to contact Topper. The guys call out to Topper and soon after a light fixture falls on its own. Steve and Tango are investigating on the second floor where doors are said to open on their own.
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS heads to Ohio to investigate Kings Island, an amusement park that sits on land that was the site of an awful accident. The workers here believe the people who died in the accident could be the ones still visiting the park. Some of the reported activity includes the sound of laughter, footsteps, objects being thrown, and a girl in a little blue dress who is said to be the ghost of a child buried in the adjacent cemetery. Amy and Adam start out the night at the front gate and immediately hear footsteps that lead them to the haunted house. Jason and Grant are in the International Restaurant where they keep hearing a voice but cannot find its source. Later, Amy, Adam, and Britt head down to the cemetery to try and contact Missouri Jane, the little girl believed to be the ghost in the blue dress. Steve and Tango investigate the White Water Canyon Tower. Meanwhile Britt and Amy head over to the restaurant. They attempt to debunk the stories of "freaky" experiences told by employees.
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