Requests from fans to investigate the Myrtles Plantation in Louisiana lead Zak, Nick and Aaron to experience what they allege is intense paranormal activity possibly caused by a deceased voodoo princess.
Two sites in New York are investigated, including one that's rumored to be haunted by the ghost of George Washington. Also: Bartenders at Katie's Bar allegedly have security camera footage of glasses spontaneously flying off shelves.
The guys visit a cement factory-turned-Halloween fun house known as the "Fear Factory" in Salt Lake City and uncover stories of past accidents that led to death and dismemberment. They also speak with current employees who claim the building is haunted.
The guys step back in time to the Wild West while in Santa Clarita, Cal., investigating Heritage Junction, which is rich in history and allegedly a paranormal hot spot. Included: Zak, Nick and Aaron attempt to solve a nearly 100-year-old murder mystery.
Zak, Nick and Aaron visit the Fort MacArthur Museum in San Pedro, Cal., where they uncover the secrets of the former U.S. Army post's past as they explore its huge network of tunnels and underground bunkers.
Zak, Nick and Aaron visit the historic St. James Hotel in Cimarron, N.M., where many famous people from the Old West, including Jesse James, Wyatt Earp and Annie Oakley, have stayed over the years. Included: The guys investigate reports of an ill-tempered spirit in Room 18, which is padlocked shut and off-limits to guests.
The guys visit Pioche, Nev., an 1860s silver-mining town that has maintained much of its Old West character. During their stay, they investigate the historic Overland Hotel and Saloon, and the Million Dollar Courthouse and Jail.
The team investigate claims that the Old Licking County Jail in Newark, Ohio, is haunted, as they look into the premise's past, including the mysterious deaths of four sheriffs and assertions that an angry spirit has attached itself to a girl.