In the ninth-season premiere, the team travel to the Sowden House in Los Angeles, which is the alleged site of the infamous 1947 Black Dahlia murder mystery. They also examine the 1979 death of actor Victor Kilian during a visit to Madame Tussauds Hollywood wax museum.
The team travel to Frederick County, Va., for an investigation, during which they examine the famous people and events associated with the Belle Grove Plantation. Later, they believe two eras of ghosts are inhabiting the Historic Jordan Springs Estate.
The TAPS team celebrate their 10th anniversary when they travel to the Old City Hall in Brunswick, Ga., to investigate claims that a person who died during a 19th-century shooting is haunting the premises today.
The TAPS team explore an abandoned school in Barnegat, N.J., looking into reports that the apparition of a beloved teacher who died in 1965 is luring children inside the building. Later, they arrive in Clay County, Fla., on a mission to discover if an old courthouse and jail is haunted by the ghosts of inmates and a murdered sheriff.
TAPS return to the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, W.Va., for their 200th episode, which finds the team reunited with Grant, Dustin and Joe. Included: Efforts are made to reach former patients who suffered tragic lives in the hospital.