Zak and the crew investigate a mysterious ranch known for its concentration of supernatural energy. Then they go to a former mining town in California haunted by the lost souls of its former residents.
In an enhanced episode, Zak and the crew head to San Francisco to investigate the historic Westerfeld House, which played host to satanic rituals performed by underground occultist filmmaker Kenneth Anger and Church of Satan founder Anton LaVey.
Zak and the crew investigate the Pasadena, California, home of a self-proclaimed Satanist. A seance conducted inside the historic Victorian house reveals an inhuman presence has attached itself to Aaron and is trying to communicate with him.
Zak and the crew travel to Council Bluffs, Iowa, to investigate the jail that once held Jake Bird, a prolific serial killer who may have killed as many as 46 people and was said to have placed a deadly curse on the men who convicted him.
Zak and the crew head to Illinois in search of the spirit of infamous serial killer John Gacy. Their investigation leads them to the Old Joliet Prison, where they hope to come face-to-face with the Killer Clown himself.
Zak and the crew investigate the Irvington, Indiana, home where H.H. Holmes killed a nine-year-old boy. The current owner believes dark and sinister forces have overtaken the property, leaving her vulnerable to possession.