The "Ghost Hunters International" team helps Jason and Grant probe the Spalding Inn in Whitefield, N.H., which is purportedly haunted by a child's apparition and a figure that watches people on the grounds from the windows.
Claims concerning a spectral drummer at the historic Church of St. Andrews are investigated in Staten Island, N.Y. Also: the teams visits Chicago's Benton House, a community center allegedly possessed by angry spirits.
TAPS probes the Amos J. Blake House Museum in Fitzwilliam, N.H., regarding claims of self-activating toys and whispering voices. Also: the team visits Pensacola, Fla., to investigate the historic Arbona Building, where employees say they've been harassed by disembodied guests.
Florida's Pensacola Lighthouse is probed regarding tales of a woman's ghost that have been passed down for generations, claims linked to transparent people and accounts in which lights have turned off and on by themselves.
The team probes an 18th-century farmhouse in Willow Grove, Pa., where spirits allegedly play with the lights and cast large, dark shadows. Also: the Old State House in Hartford, Conn., is investigated regarding claims of disembodied voices and phantom footfalls.