In the series finale, a museum director and volunteer are worried that an upcoming Victorian exhibit could agitate entities from that time period. Joining the team on their investigation are actors Rachel Nichols and Jonathan Sadowski.
The former home of a surgeon is thought to be haunted by the restless spirits of the doctor's subjects of research. Later, TAPS try to bring peace to an 1800s jail as they encounter the ghosts of its long-deceased insane and indigent inhabitants.
A beautiful old inn that was once part of the Underground Railroad is investigated by TAPS to determine whether the 150th anniversary to the end of the Civil War could be stirring spirits. Later, a pizzeria is found to have a dark energy of hangings, prisoners and threatening entities, which could make it a risky place to hold a children's birthday party.
The Old Lake County Jail in Crown Point, Ind., made famous when "most wanted" gangster John Dillinger escaped in 1934, is investigated by TAPS over reports of aggressive "prisoners" reopening sealed areas and doors. Later, the team travel to the historic My Old Kentucky Home where tragically 16 people died within 24 hours of contracting cholera.
TAPS is asked to investigate a historic armory that's due to be renovated over fears those involved have of construction possibly provoking lingering spirits attached to artifacts with documented violent pasts.
TAPS investigate one of the oldest yacht clubs in the U.S., which is also purportedly one of the most haunted. Included: A mother and her son are entangled in phenomena involving a frightening family from the past with a strange story to tell.
The renowned Whitney restaurant in Detroit, which was once owned by a lumber baron in the 1800s, is investigated by the team who suspect deceased family members could be haunting its halls, stirred to life by renovations and construction around the property.
A ghostly mystery is investigated in an armory that has been standing for more than 100 years. TAPS conclude that female leadership coincides with increased paranormal activity and that either outraged deceased members or the death of an employee could be the reason behind it.
In the Season 11 premiere, TAPS travel to Cleveland to investigate a historic roundhouse and rail yard, which they discover is connected to more than just old trains. Their findings include the frightening remnants of a serial killer, horrific accidents and a terrible crash.