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7. Scream Park
aired: Wed, Feb 27, 2013
TAPS travels to Sylvan Beach, New York where the new owner of a historic amusement park is desperate to find answers to widespread paranormal activity occurring on the premises.
6. Ghost from Hale
aired: Wed, Feb 20, 2013
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS travels to Coventry, Connecticut to investigate the Nathan Hale homestead.
5. All Ghouls on Deck
aired: Wed, Feb 13, 2013
TAPS travels to Louisville, Kentucky to investigate one of the oldest operating steamboats in the United States, The Belle of Louisville.
4. Permanent Residents
aired: Wed, Feb 6, 2013
TAPS travels to Cortland, New York to investigate The 1890 House.
3. Prescription for Fear
aired: Wed, Jan 30, 2013
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS travels to Bartonville, Illinois to investigate the Peoria Asylum, an early 20th century institution known by many as a true hotspot of paranormal activity.
2. Ghost Mission
aired: Wed, Jan 23, 2013
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS travels to San Juan Capistrano, California to investigate the Mission San Juan Capistrano.
1. Hollywood Horror Stories
aired: Wed, Jan 9, 2013
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS travels to Hollywood, California to investigate the infamous Black Dahlia murder at the historic Sowden House.
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26. Haunted Home for the Holidays
aired: Wed, Dec 5, 2012
On this Christmas episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS returns to Hartford, Connecticut to investigate the Mark Twain House.
25. Due Date with Death
aired: Wed, Nov 28, 2012
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS travels to Rochester, New York to investigate the Rochester Public Library's 15 years of claims.
24. Higher Dead-ucation
aired: Wed, Nov 21, 2012
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS travels to Bowling Green, Kentucky to investigate paranormal activity surrounding a history of deaths at Western Kentucky University.
23. Paranormal Pioneers
aired: Wed, Nov 14, 2012
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, Josh Gates joins the TAPS team as they travel to Gloucester, Massachusetts to investigate Hammond Castle, which is two minutes from Josh's childhood home.
22. Heir Apparition
aired: Wed, Nov 7, 2012
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS travels to Hampton Falls, New Hampshire to investigate the Governor's Mansion.
21. Tunnels of Terror
aired: Wed, Oct 31, 2012
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS travels to Lockport, New York to investigate an underworld of tunnels. It holds a mystery of possible murder, multiple deaths, and frightening phenomena.
20. Fear Factory
aired: Wed, Oct 24, 2012
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS travels to Claremont, New Hampshire to investigate a former shoe and furniture factory, the Topstone Mill.
19. Curtain Call
aired: Wed, Oct 17, 2012
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS heads to Joliet, Illinois to investigate the Rialto Square Theatre, which is becoming known for being more than just an entertainment venue.
18. Paranormal Politics
aired: Wed, Oct 10, 2012
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS heads down south to help two different families find some closure. The first stop is Baton Rouge, Louisiana to investigate the Old State Capitol building, which has endured the Civil War and a congressman's death. Will TAPS trigger a reaction from the anti-gambling senator when they bring out the poker chips? Next up the team travels to Charleston, South Carolina to investigate a plantation that has belonged to the same family for 15 generations. The original owner's brother was killed in an accident on the property and could be behind the reported paranormal activity. Can TAPS reach as far back as the early 1800s to contact the client's blood relative?
17. Ghostly Refuge
aired: Wed, Oct 3, 2012
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS heads to Oswego, New York to investigate the renowned Fort
Don't Feed the Apparition
aired: Wed, Sep 26, 2012
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS revisits Alexandria, Louisiana, to investigate the Alexandria
15. French Quarter Massacre
aired: Wed, Sep 19, 2012
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS heads out to New Orleans, Louisiana to investigate their first case without Grant: The Jimani Lounge Massacre, where 32 men lost their lives in a horrific fire.
aired: Wed, Sep 12, 2012
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, Jason and TAPS head to Camp Rutledge in Georgia where a woman has
A Serial Killer's Revenge
aired: Wed, Sep 5, 2012
Jason and the TAPS team head to Charleston, South Carolina, one of the most haunted cities in
12. Please Sign the Ghostbook
aired: Wed, May 16, 2012
The final day has arrived -- it’s Grant’s last investigation with TAPS. And where better to close out his phenomenal run but at Jason and Grant’s very own haunted property, Spalding Inn, located in Whitefield, New Hampshire? GHI investigated the inn before but this will be a first and last for the entire team as they say their final farewell to their mentor, leader, and TAPS co-founder, Grant Wilson.
11. The Princess and the EVP
aired: Wed, May 9, 2012
For Grant’s second to last case with Ghost Hunters, TAPS revisits one of Grant’s favorite locations, Mt. Washington in New Hampshire. Last time TAPS was here, they caught one of the best EVPs ever. They were able to make contact with the famous princess rumored to still haunt the resort…but only after their investigation had wrapped and they were reviewing the evidence. This time they hope to pick up the conversation where they left off.
Haunted By Heroes
aired: Wed, May 2, 2012
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS heads to Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina to help the USS Yorktown’s crew determine if the paranormal activity they are experiencing points to their fallen heroes lost at sea.
Family of Spirits
aired: Wed, Apr 25, 2012
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS heads to Mount Joy, Pennsylvania to help out the great-great granddaughter of Alois Bube, the founder of Bube’s Brewery. She believes her ancestors could still be overseeing the brewery…but from their graves. The team then travels to Reisterstown, Maryland to investigate the home of a pregnant woman who fears that she is the target of dark entities lurking in her house.
A Ghost of a Marine
aired: Wed, Apr 18, 2012
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS heads out to investigate the U.S. Naval Institute in Annapolis, Maryland, where a marine’s death remains a mystery…and his ghost may still roam the property.
aired: Wed, Apr 11, 2012
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS stays close to home and investigates the Lambda Chi Fraternity House at the University of Rhode Island, where a little girl reportedly fell to her death, and whose eerie presence is still felt in the house. The team then travels to Baltimore, Maryland to investigate the USCGC Taney, the last warship from the battle of Pearl Harbor. Could lingering spirits be Kamikaze pilots still at war, or have respected US heroes returned to protect their beloved ship?
aired: Wed, Feb 15, 2012
TAPS heads to Providence City Hall to investigate claims that a former mayor is haunting the building. The team then travels to Farmington, NY to help a couple whose 4-year-old grandson is traumatized by spirits in their historic house.
Moonshine & Madness
aired: Wed, Feb 8, 2012
On this episode of Ghost Hunters: slavery, murder and madness are behind the hauntings at the notorious Graham Mansion. TAPS travels to Virginia to determine the true source of the claims that have taken place at this historical location.
Season 8, Episode 4
aired: Wed, Feb 1, 2012
TAPS travels to The Thomas House in Red Boiling Springs, TN. Shortly after purchasing the property, the current owners realized some former residents may have never left and now want the owners to leave their home.
aired: Wed, Jan 25, 2012
TAPS investigates the Hales Bar Dam & Marina in Guild, TN, where for the first time, TAPS will take their cameras underwater to search a graveyard that was flooded when the dam broke. Built on former Cherokee land, the dam is said to be cursed by a fallen Indian Chief.
Season 8, Episode 2
aired: Wed, Jan 18, 2012
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS heads to Naples, New York, to investigate the Naples Hotel. This hotel was built in 1895. There was a suicide at the hotel in the 1920's, which is when the activity is said to have begun. The owners believe the ghost of the victim is still there and have nicknamed him "Topper." Some of the reported activity includes apparitions, voices, and objects being thrown. Jason and Grant start their investigation on the second floor with EVP questions designed to get Topper to come out. The guys hear a conversation coming from the third floor, followed by a loud scream. They also notice that a picture has been moved. Amy and Adam are investigating in the Sake Room on the second floor to try and explain why the picture could have moved. Adam and Britt are looking for voices in the basement and trying to contact Topper. The guys call out to Topper and soon after a light fixture falls on its own. Steve and Tango are investigating on the second floor where doors are said to open on their own.
Season 8, Episode 1
aired: Wed, Jan 11, 2012
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS heads to Ohio to investigate Kings Island, an amusement park that sits on land that was the site of an awful accident. The workers here believe the people who died in the accident could be the ones still visiting the park. Some of the reported activity includes the sound of laughter, footsteps, objects being thrown, and a girl in a little blue dress who is said to be the ghost of a child buried in the adjacent cemetery. Amy and Adam start out the night at the front gate and immediately hear footsteps that lead them to the haunted house. Jason and Grant are in the International Restaurant where they keep hearing a voice but cannot find its source. Later, Amy, Adam, and Britt head down to the cemetery to try and contact Missouri Jane, the little girl believed to be the ghost in the blue dress. Steve and Tango investigate the White Water Canyon Tower. Meanwhile Britt and Amy head over to the restaurant. They attempt to debunk the stories of "freaky" experiences told by employees.
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Season 7, Episode 25
aired: Wed, Dec 7, 2011
TAPS gets into the spirit with an investigation of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Season 7, Episode 24
aired: Wed, Nov 30, 2011
TAPS is called out to Hartford, CT to Elks Lodge, the oldest and largest secret fraternal organizations in the country. Elks Lodge #19 is shrouded in mystery and tragedy with a gruesome death hanging over its head... and decades of paranormal activity. Next they head to Morse Mill Hotel, in Morse Mill, Missouri -- a hotel with a violent past. They are called in to help a client who is dealing with threatening spirits that emerged as renovations began.
Season 7, Episode 23
aired: Wed, Nov 16, 2011
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS heads to Buffalo Trace Distillery in Frankfort, Kentucky to investigate hauntings at the oldest operating distillery in America.
Season 7, Episode 22
aired: Wed, Nov 9, 2011
On this episode TAPS heads back to the fan favorite; Waverly Hills Sanatorium in Louisville, Kentucky, an abandoned tuberculosis hospital haunted by its former patients and staff.
Season 7, Episode 21
aired: Wed, Nov 2, 2011
TAPS is called out to Jefferson City, Missouri, to investigate the notorious Missouri State Penitentiary. A prison that was once named one of the most violent prisons in America. Riots, stabbings and executions left thousands dead over the years -- resulting in an abandoned prison full of ghostly inmates.
Season 7, Episode 20
aired: Wed, Oct 26, 2011
Special guest investigator Meredith Vieira joins the TAPS team, as they investigate Sailors' Snug Harbor in Staten Island, New York. Once a retirement home to weathered seaman, it's now home to the spirit of a murdered matron.
19. Stage Fright
aired: Wed, Oct 19, 2011
The team heads to Rapids Theater in Niagara Falls, New York where a lonely actress hanged herself backstage. The staff believes her spirit has never left and is haunting the theater.
Season 7, Episode 18
aired: Wed, Oct 12, 2011
The TAPS team is the first paranormal team to ever investigate the famed Friar's Club in New York City. Next, the team travels to the Main Street Armory in Rochester, New York.
17. Well of Horror
aired: Wed, Oct 5, 2011
Jason's daughter joins the team for the shocking investigations of a prominent hotel and a historic fort.
Season 7, Episode 16
aired: Wed, Sep 28, 2011
A sugar plantation worker tied his daughter to a bed and went to work. Unable to escape, she died in a fire. Claims from the staff of Hawaii's Plantation Village in Waipahu, HI suggest they have seen the little girl passing by the window of the Portuguese House. Within 30 buildings, there are more than 3,000 personal artifacts from the workers who traveled to the Plantation from China, Korea, Japan, Portugal and Puerto Rico.The employees just want to know for sure, could these signs be from worker spirits attached to the artifacts?
15. Ghost of Carnegie
aired: Wed, Sep 21, 2011
The Carnegie Library outside of Pittsburgh, PA was built on bloodshed. In the 1800s, a fight broke out between the local steel mill workers and the townspeople, leading to gunshots and fatalities. Industrialist Andrew Carnegie built a library, complete with music hall and athletic center, on the property to make amends, but that may not have been enough to keep the spirits at bay.
Season 7, Episode 14
aired: Wed, Sep 14, 2011
A mother's suicide tortures four generations of one family.
13. Dark Shadows
aired: Wed, Sep 7, 2011
Will unruly spirits at an abandoned boarding school teach TAPS a lesson?
12. Hill View Manor
aired: Wed, Aug 31, 2011
Hill View Manor, a former nursing home in New Castle, PA has had a turbulent and violent history. Since closing in 2004, a small staff has been on hand to oversee the deserted halls -- or are they deserted?
Season 7, Episode 11
aired: Wed, Aug 24, 2011
Jason and Grant are forced to leave the Pacific Aviation Museum investigation in Hawaii and head back to the cold weather of Rhode Island when TAPS receives an urgent call from a family in need.
Pearl Harbor Phantoms
aired: Wed, Jun 1, 2011
For the first time ever, TAPS travels to Hawaii to explore one of America's most sacred settings, Pearl Harbor.
A Soldier's Story
aired: Wed, Apr 20, 2011
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS heads to Derby, Connecticut to investigate one of the country's oldest Opera houses, the Sterling Opera House.
Knights of the Living Dead
aired: Wed, Apr 13, 2011
The team's iron clad nerves are tested when they hunt through the infamous Higgins Armory.
aired: Wed, Apr 6, 2011
An evil presence within a desolate fortress puts TAPS to the test.
Frozen in Fear
aired: Wed, Mar 30, 2011
The TAPS team heads to isolated Mackinac Island, MI in the dead of winter to investigate Mission Point Resort, where the reports center around a jilted student who committed suicide.
Hotel Haunts Unleashed
aired: Wed, Mar 23, 2011
TAPS makes its first trip to South Dakota to investigate the Hotel Alex Johnson in Rapid City, where the ghost of a suicidal bride is seen in one of the guest rooms.
French Quarter Phantoms
aired: Wed, Mar 16, 2011
TAPS investigates one of New Orleans' most historically unique sites to find the truth about the Old U.S. Mint.
Century of Hauntings
aired: Wed, Mar 9, 2011
The TAPS team goes to Massachusetts to help the Voas family, where the discovery of possible human remains generates more questions than answers.
aired: Wed, Mar 2, 2011
The TAPS crew heads to Chester County, Pennsylvania to investigate the Pennhurst Asylum, an institution notorious for untold abuses to its inhabitants.
aired: Wed, Feb 23, 2011
In the seventh season premiere, the TAPS team takes on a big challenge when they are asked to investigate the entire town of Alexandria, Louisiana.
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Ghost of Christmas Past
aired: Wed, Dec 8, 2010
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, the team heads to Jackson, New Hampshire to investigate The Christmas Farm Inn. Built in 1778, ownership of the Inn has changed hands several times. With one proprietor having died on site, the TAPS team is keen on getting to the bottom of reports of the paranormal. Next, the crew ventures to Scoharie, New York to the Old Stone Fort. A church turned war fort, the shelter is said to be haunted with spirits of those attacked during the Revolutionary War.
TAPS Meets the Real Housewives of Atlanta
aired: Wed, Dec 1, 2010
The Ghost Hunters enlist the help of Bravo's The Real Housewives of Atlanta as they embark on this week's investigation. Featuring Special Guest Investigators Sheree Whitfield, NeNe Leakes and Kim Zolciak.
aired: Wed, Nov 17, 2010
The Ghost Hunters embark on a two-night exploration with special guest investigator, rock legend Meat Loaf, at the Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, Alabama
Empire State Haunt
aired: Wed, Nov 10, 2010
In this week's episode, Ghost Hunters Academy winner Adam Berry joins the TAPS team as they travel to Lake George, New York to investigate an old war fort.
Home Is Where the Heart Is
aired: Wed, Nov 3, 2010
In this episode of Ghost Hunters, the crew heads to Little Falls, New York, to investigate one of America's most haunted houses, the Beardslee Castle. A finalist in the Great American Ghost Hunt, the site has been home to a number of paranormal claims, ranging from spooky apparitions to inexplicable sounds. Next, TAPS heads to the Olson's house in Savannah, Georgia. A residence built back in 1898, the home is believed to be haunted by the spirit of an old tenant.
Season 6 Episode 20
aired: Wed, Oct 27, 2010
This week, the TAPS team is sent to jail -- the old Ulster County Jail in Kingston, New York, that is. Built in 1971, the prison has been privy to contested claims of paranormal activity for decades. It's then off to Atlanta, Georgia to investigate the Antebellum Plantation in Stone Mountain Park. History comes to life every day at this living museum, a collection of transplanted original 18th & 19th century buildings from all over the state of Georgia.
Season 6 Episode 19
aired: Wed, Oct 20, 2010
TAPS embarks on a paranormal rescue mission as they head to the Bissman building in Mansfield, Ohio. Following years of paranormal reports, a frightening incident finally tips the scales for one building employee who looks to the TAPS team for answers.
It's Time to Get Touched
aired: Wed, Oct 13, 2010
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, the TAPS team ventures to Columbus, Ohio to investigate the childhood home of late author James Thurber. Next, they head to the old Canfield Casino in Saratoga Springs.
Grammar School Ghosts
aired: Wed, Oct 6, 2010
The TAPS team makes their way to Alton, Illinois to check out an allegedly haunted school. The Milton School, a long-abandoned elementary school, is rumored to have been the site of a brutal murder.
aired: Wed, Sep 29, 2010
The TAPS crew heads to the notoriously haunted Lemp Mansion in St. Louis. Though owned and operated by several families since its construction in 1868, the estate retains the Lemp name after its most infamous proprietor, William Lemp. Under his control, the then brewery saw two deaths and four suicides - including his own.
Signals from the Past
aired: Wed, Sep 22, 2010
The TAPS team heads to Newport, RI to investigate a terrifying isle. Then the team turns to Cooperstown, NY for a disturbing look at America's past time as they investigate The National Baseball Hall of Fame.
A Shot in the Dark
aired: Wed, Sep 15, 2010
The Ghost Hunters head to historical Concord, Massachusetts, home of The Colonial Inn. Just minutes from the town of North Bridge, site of the "shot heard 'round the world," the Inn is alleged to have housed wounded and dying soldiers during the Revolutionary War.
aired: Tue, Sep 7, 2010
The Ghost Hunters head to New England to investigate the historic 1875 Inn, where a series of tragic fires may have trapped the souls of its guests within its walls. Then, the crew heads to New Jersey to investigate a historic landmark built by one of America's founding fathers.
aired: Wed, Sep 1, 2010
It's another TAPS first as the team heads to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to investigate the nation's oldest Zoo. Since 1874, The Philadelphia Zoo has provided a rare glimpse into the lives of wild animals for tourists and workers, but now the animals aren't the only ones being watched.
aired: Wed, Aug 25, 2010
The TAPS team heads to Cooperstown, New York for a chilling investigation of a world-class hotel. Since 1909, the Otesaga Hotel has been a premiere resort for vacationing families but now it seems that guests aren't the only beings occupying the rooms.
aired: Wed, May 5, 2010
Jason, Grant and the rest of the TAPS team get an opportunity they've been waiting years for: a chance to investigate Norwich State Hospital in Connecticut. Open for 92 years and now abandoned for more than a decade, Norwich State was a mental health facility home to over 3,000 patients, including the criminally insane.
Spirits of the Night
aired: Wed, Apr 28, 2010
The TAPS squad heads Massachusetts to investigate a home where the owners claim that not all of the house's residents are from the living world.
Inn of the Dead
aired: Wed, Apr 21, 2010
Grant, Jason, and the rest of the TAPS team travel to beautiful Cape Cod to investigate the haunting history of the Orleans Inn. The inn's sordid past reaches back to the infamous goings-on inside its walls during its heyday in the Roaring 20's, and the current owners hope to rid the inn of the reported ghosts of years past.
Ghost in the Attic
aired: Wed, Apr 14, 2010
The TAPS team heads north to Plymouth County, MA to investigate a private home, where for over 30 years, the family has had multiple paranormal encounters. Next, Jason, Grant, and company head back to New Jersey to take a closer look at a bar and grill that has its own fair share of encounters.
Ghost Hunters: 6. Haunted Reform
aired: Wed, Apr 7, 2010
Grant, Jason and the rest of the TAPS team travel cross-country to Ione, California to investigate the enigmatic Preston Castle, built in 1894 as a halfway house of sorts for young boys that had spent time at San Quentin and Folsom prisons.
Touched by Evil
aired: Wed, Mar 31, 2010
The TAPS gang returns to New Jersey to investigate the site of what is perhaps the weirdest string of claims they have heard yet: the Southern Mansion. It's also a family affair as Tango's dad, Bruce, recommends the site after his own first-hand encounter on an earlier tour.
aired: Wed, Mar 24, 2010
Grant, Jason, and the rest of the TAPS team heads to Atlantic City to try their luck with a local favorite of folklore. Next, the crew heads to Asbury Park and the home of acclaimed author, Stephen Crane.
aired: Wed, Mar 17, 2010
The TAPS crew drops by New York City's famous Paddy Reilly's Irish Pub. Known as being a pub to the stars, this watering hole is said to be home to multiple accounts of paranormal encounters by sight, sound, and smell. The apartment above the pub has especially peculiar sightings and reports of apparitions.
aired: Wed, Mar 10, 2010
The TAPS team investigates the historic and reportedly eerie Fort Ticonderoga. The dead of three different nations allegedly haunt the French-built 18th century fort located in upstate New York. The location has proven to play pivotal roles in both the French/Indian War as well as the American Revolution, leaving thousands dead in its shadows.
Ghost Hunters: 1. Alcatraz
aired: Wed, Mar 3, 2010
Ghost Hunters premieres Season 6 with their 100th Episode featuring a first-time investigation at Alcatraz, presented within a live Interactive Event!
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Hindenburg Crash Site
aired: Wed, Dec 16, 2009
TAPS hits the road for the season's final destination to investigate the Hindenburg crash site in New Jersey. Many believe spirits of those who lost their lives in the disaster continue to haunt the Lakehurst Naval Air Station today.
Mark Twain House
aired: Wed, Dec 2, 2009
The team heads to Pennsylvania in search of spirits haunting the American Legion. This old farmhouse has been around since the 1700s and was originally built to help war veterans - but their spirits may not have been ready to leave when the house was renovated into apartments for visitors. Then, TAPS travels to Hartford, Connecticut to investigate the Old State House where government issues were put to the test.
Ghost Hunters: 23. Mark Twain House
aired: Wed, Nov 18, 2009
TAPS travels to Hartford, CT to check out the haunted house of legendary author Mark Twain.
New Hampshire Gothic
aired: Wed, Nov 11, 2009
Head down south with the Ghost Hunters crew as they investigate the spooky Pensacola Lighthouse. Tales of a ghost-like woman lurking the halls have been passed down from generation to generation.
Ghost Hunters: 21. New Hampshire Gothic
aired: Wed, Nov 11, 2009
You may not be the only one looking over your shoulder tonight. Locals at the historical Amos Blake House in Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire find it pretty tough to sleep with all the eerie whispers and shadows lurking the halls. Then, travel to the Gulf as the TAPS team heads to Pensacola, Florida with two new additions to the team. In this episode workers at a historical museum may have become the ones on display.
Ghost of Buffalo Bill
aired: Wed, Nov 4, 2009
The West is about to get a whole lot wilder. Warehouse 13's Eddie McClintock dons Ghost Hunters gear for a special TAPS investigation of the haunted gravesite of the legendary Buffalo Bill. Then TAPS investigates Oakland Hall in Eaton, Georgia. Built in the early 1800s, Oakland Hall survived General Sherman's famous "March to the Sea."
Rocky Mountain Hauntings
aired: Wed, Oct 28, 2009
TAPS scales the Rocky Mountains to explore one of the most haunted places in America. Will TAPS conquer this mountain of terror? Tune in to find out.
aired: Wed, Oct 21, 2009
For their next investigation, TAPS packs up their gear and heads to the Windy City. Mysterious paranormal activities at the Congress Theater have employees and visitors spooked senseless.
aired: Wed, Oct 14, 2009
TAPS heads north to explore the most haunted place in Canada. Fort Henry served as a prison and execution site for hundreds of dangerous convicts. Over the years, employees and visitors have witnessed a number of strange, frightening events.
aired: Wed, Oct 7, 2009
The Ghost Hunters don sailor caps and head out to sea. Their mission - explore a haunted vessel and demystify the paranormal activity onboard. Then, the angry spirits of dead convicts are imprisoned in the Cornwall Jail in Ontario, Canada - or so visitors and employees believe. TAPS is called in to investigate.
A Bat Out of Hell
aired: Wed, Sep 30, 2009
Musical legend and diehard Ghost Hunters fan Meatloaf joins the TAPS team for an investigation at one of the finalist locales from last year's "Great American Ghost Hunt" search, a haunted private island in Thousand Islands, NY.
Little Drummer Boy
aired: Wed, Sep 23, 2009
The Church of St. Andrews in Staten Island NY is known as the "friendliest church in the valley," yet recent paranormal activity has church staff spooked - are ghostly parishioners haunting the grounds? Then the Ghost Hunters head to the Windy City, where angry spirits have allegedly taken control of a local community center in South Chicago.
aired: Thu, Dec 4, 2008
The Ghost Hunters are called to duty at the Union County Courthouse. Slamming doors and apparitions have startled several late-night guards - could the ghost of a revolutionary war hero be disturbing the peace? Bruce Tango guest investigates. Then, join TAPS as they investigate hauntings in an old 19th century home.
Essex County Jail
aired: Wed, Sep 9, 2009
Josh Gates from Destination Truth joins the TAPS team as they embark on their next ghost hunting adventure - this time, in the haunted Essex County Jail. Are there souls still imprisoned in jail? Join the Ghost Hunters as they navigate through a dangerous labyrinth of rusty cells, deserted hallways and eerie underground tunnels to find the answer.
Civil War Spirits
aired: Wed, Sep 2, 2009
Thornbury Farm is not your ordinary ranch - built on the bloodiest battlefield of the Revolutionary War, its grounds are allegedly haunted. TAPS is called in to investigate. Then, The Ghost Hunters head down south to investigate the Lee-Fendell House - the former home of Robert E. Lee. The house was converted into a hospital for Union soldiers during the Civil War. Today, it is a historic museum.
I Am Not Guilty
aired: Wed, Aug 26, 2009
The Ghost Hunters visit the historic Samuel Mudd House, famous for being a pit stop for John Wilkes Booth on his escape route following the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Then, join TAPS as they investigate the Edgewood Plantation, part of the ancestral home of U.S. Presidents William Henry and Benjamin Harrison and site for the Confederate army during the Civil War.
aired: Wed, Aug 19, 2009
The Ghost Hunters head to Blackstone, MA to investigate the home of the Ladouceur family. At first the family took their contact with the unexplained fairly lightly; however, as it's continued over the years, it has taken a serious turn for the worse. Then join TAPS as they travel to Brentsville Historic Centre to investigate the paranormal phenomena on this pre-Civil War landmark including a house, jail, church, schoolhouse and log cabin.
Garden State Asylum
aired: Tue, Apr 28, 2009
Join the TAPS team as they travel to Newark, NJ to investigate the Essex County Sanitorium and Hospital.
aired: Wed, Apr 22, 2009
Travel to Spalding Inn in Whitefield, NH, where Jason and Grant have enlisted the crew from Ghost Hunters International to investigate unexplained activity on their newly purchased property.
aired: Wed, Apr 15, 2009
Jason and Grant are on the case, as TAPS family members in Atlanta, GA, call them in to confirm their findings at the Georgia Aquarium, the world's largest. Artifacts from the world famous RMS Titanic are on display, and staff is being harassed by... something.
aired: Wed, Apr 8, 2009
Join the TAPS team as they travel to Newport, RI to investigate Belcourt Castle, a home filled with rich history and a myriad of unexplained activity. Originally constructed in 1891 legend claims the castle is built above an old cemetery. Then, the Ghost Hunters head to Somerville, MA to investigate Sacco's Bowl Haven, an old-time bowling alley that seems to be a haven for spirit activity.
aired: Wed, Apr 1, 2009
Travel with the Ghost Hunters to Tampa, FL and watch as they investigate El C?rculo Cubano de Tampa--the Cuban Club of Tampa. Then, join the TAPS team as they travel to Ybor City, FL to investigate the abandoned operating rooms of Trelles Clinic, a facility that once offered 'cradle to grave' care to its patients.
Edith Wharton Estate
aired: Wed, Mar 25, 2009
Join the Ghost Hunters team as they travel to Lenox, Massachusetts to investigate the former home of Edith Wharton, a famous author whose best work is ironically titled Ghosts.
aired: Wed, Mar 18, 2009
TAPS heads to Star Island, which is part of the Isles of Shoals off of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, to investigate several claims of paranormal activities.
Betsy Ross House
aired: Wed, Mar 11, 2009
Travel with the Ghost Hunters to Glenn Mills, Pennsylvania and watch as they investigate one of America's oldest homes. The home is 313 years old and has only housed 6 different families. Then, join the TAPS team as they investigate the home of American Flag creator, Betsy Ross, in Philadelphia, Pa. Ross's remains are allegedly buried inside the home and many chilling encounters have taken place inside the residence since Ross's death in 1836.
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Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse
aired: Wed, Dec 10, 2008
On the season finale, TAPS heads over to Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse and Fort Constitution in New Hampshire to investigate claims regarding several apparition sightings and other strange paranormal phenomena.
Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse
aired: Wed, Dec 3, 2008
TAPS heads over to San Diego to investigate an old 1898 steamboat ferry named the "Berkeley". TAPS also investigates the oldest active ship in the world, the Star of India.
Halloween Results Show
aired: Wed, Nov 19, 2008
TAPS heads over to Fresno, California to investigate claims concerning of paranormal activity in the Clovis Avenue Sanitarium.
aired: Wed, Nov 12, 2008
Josh Gates sits down with TAPS members in a look back at TAPS' previous investigations of the last seasons of the show. As well as a special look back at the Ghost Hunters first episode, including never before seen footage of the investigation.
aired: Wed, Nov 5, 2008
TAPS showcases their findings and results regarding the investigation that took place live on Halloween in Fort Delaware located in Pea Patch Island.
Halloween Results Show
aired: Wed, Nov 5, 2008
Ghost Hunters : ghost hunters live-part one
aired: Wed, Oct 29, 2008
TAPS heads to San Francisco, California to investigate the US Navy aircraft carrier the "USS Hornet" CV-12. TAPS is joined by "Eureka" star Colin Ferguson who will assist TAPS on the investigation.
Home Town Haunts
aired: Wed, Oct 22, 2008
TAPS heads to Massachusetts to investigate two separate locations. One located in Springfield, the other in Leominster.
aired: Wed, Oct 15, 2008
TAPS heads over to an "ancestral home" located in Dayville, Connecticut, where claims of paranormal activities involving a malevolent spirit is probed. TAPS then heads to Appleton, New York to investigate a local winery.
Oak Alley Plantation
aired: Wed, Oct 8, 2008
TAPS heads over to Saint James County, Vacherie, Louisiana to investigate the infamous Oak Alley Plantation Restaurant & Inn. The plantation was built in 1839 and took two years complete. It was built y slave laborers, to which the plantation had. The plantation's walls are said to be 16 inches thick of solid brick. The plantation was used in the movie "Interview with a Vampire", and is now used as a museum for historical tours and also as a restaurant & inn. Claims of paranormal activity include: A ghost that the employees call the Lady our House, who is a black vision of a mass who roams a staircase. (Theories point to that the this woman could be the first female owner of the plantation, named 'Selena'). This same apparition has also sometimes been seen through mirrors, but not directly looked at. Selena was also spotted on several other rooms including a bedroom where she has been spotted laying on a bed. Another apparition of a shadowy woman figure wearing an "antebellum" costume has also been reported. The phantom apparition of other formal owners and residents of the plantain. Objects falling and moving by themselves, like a candle that were resting on top of a candelabra falling off the candelabra and unto a table, then when put back to the candelabra, the candle would throw itself towards a door. An attic room where feelings of dread usually kick in when individuals enter it. Other shadow figures, other objects moving by themselves, feelings of being touched without a source, strange noises voices and sounds of people crying where there are none, empty chairs rocking and creaking by themselves. TAPS is joined by Ghost Hunters International investigator Barry Fitzgerald.
Ghosts of the Sunshine State
aired: Wed, Oct 1, 2008
It is said that this lady does not like fire because of other claims of candles mysteriously lighting off by themselves. A mysterious man with a deep voice has been claimed to utter "get out" to guests at the inn. Inside both houses it has been claimed that it could be both an intelligent and/or residual kind of haunt. Both houses have claims of phantom footsteps, mysterious moans and sensations. (Case #2: St. Petersburg, Florida - Renaissance Vinoy Resort) On the second case of the episode, TAPS heads over to St. Petersburg, Florida to visit the Renaissance Vinoy Resort, where TAPS will spend the night in and investigate all sorts of claims of paranormal activities. The Renaissance Vinoy Resort was built in 1925 and has 360 rooms in it. The resort has been visited by numerous figures of the past, like Jimmy Stewart and Merilyn Monroe. The resort is also frequently visited by baseball teams heading over to play against the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. The baseball players are said to have the most frequented paranormal experiences inside the resort. Claims of paranormal activities include: Employees claiming to have heard eerie footsteps inside the ballroom area of people walking around in a wooden floor, but he room in question is carpeted. A mysterious apparition of a lady in white and a man wearing periodic clothing roaming the hotel's fifth floor.
Speaking with the Dead
aired: Wed, Sep 24, 2008
renovation and restoration work, the which is claimed to be the reason of the recent spike in paranormal activity in the station. Claims of paranormal activity include: Residual type hauntings like witnesses claiming to have seen two ghostly apparitions in the third floor standing by a water fountain, and when these witnesses went near these apparitions, the apparitions vanished, including the water fountain they were drinking off of. There have also been claims that the spirit of Tony Fedele, former formal owner of the terminal who tried to renovate and save the the satiation but failed, still haunts this terminal; Tony's demise is blamed on his passion to renovate the Terminal. A female apparition is reported to haunt the mail room . Also, it is claimed that a German speaking ghost haunts the lower levels of the terminal. And several other types of haunting (both residual and intelligent) and strange apparitions are also reported. Other claims include: Cold spots, extreme feelings of dread, strange noises and voices, and feelings of being watched.
The Boy in the Brothel
aired: Wed, Sep 17, 2008
Case #1: North Kingstown, Rhode Island - Carriage Inn) TAPS heads over to North Kingstown, Rhode Island to investigate the "[Hoof, Fin, and Feathers] Carriage Inn" banquet hall, where they will look into claims made by employees of this former inn and brothel which was built in 1760. Claims include: Voices of dead children and general disembodied voice, specifically a little boy who, according to legend, is "proclaiming the innocence of his father who was hung in the attic" of the Inn; full body apparitions spectral sightings, phantom appearances of a woman dressed in 1700's (or possibly 1800's) clothing, apparitions of a little girl that has burn scars over her face who stands still and only stares outside; apparitions of dead prostitutes roaming inside he Inn's barn, unknown forces apparently slapping and grabbing the Inn's employees, whispers, and some cold spots in the attic of this banquet hall. (Case #2: Groton, Connecticut - Stiteler House) Also, the TAPS teams heads to Groton, Connecticut to investigate a residential house (a private home) claimed to be haunted. The Stiteler family, a self proclaimed 'military family', have all experiences and seen an apparitions of something apparently looking like a child, a boy, with the physical characteristics of having black nose, black hair, black eyes, black mouth and squiggly arms. Inside he room of their youngest child they have seen toys turning on my themselves a he same time every night (at 3:00AM.). Including a rocking-battery-powered-toy-horse turning on by itself without any batteries inside of it, and a TV set turning on by itself.
So She Married and Axe Murdere
aired: Sun, Aug 10, 2008
functioning stating that it was due to people still inside the mill when there are none, a mill wheel turning around by itself without cause and on it's own. (Case #2: Simsbury, Connecticut - Pettibone Tavern) On the second case of the episode, TAPS heads over to Simsbury, Connecticut to visit the Pettibone Tavern. The tavern was built in 1780 where a sea Captain named Jacob Pettibone use to live in. The tavern recently underwent a damaging fire. The tavern's owners invited TAPS to investigate before renovation work takes place. It is rumored through legend that Captain Pettibone's daughter, Abagael, was beheaded along side a man that wasn't her husband, by her husband after he had found them sleeping together one day. Claims of paranormal activity include:Rumored to have the spirit of Abagael roaming the tavern, other full body apparitions which include a dark man standing in a corner, hearing one's own names being called out, strange images inside a bathroom mirror which use to be Abagael's room, sensations of people touching their shoulders, phantom smells of barnyard-like kinds of odors.
aired: Wed, Sep 3, 2008
On the mid season premier, TAPS heads over to Iron Island, Buffalo, New York where they'll be investigating the Iron Island Museum. The Iron Island Museum was a formal Episcopal Church built in 1883 and later reworked as a funeral home/parlor in the 1950's. In the year 2000 it was renovated to be the city's museum. During renovation works, renovation workers had found more then 32 boxes of human ashes and remains. During the building's life as a funeral home, there was a person who past away during a wake. Volunteers for the museum are afraid to even go inside of it. Paranormal claims and activities include ominous shadow figures, cold spots, objects moving and falling by themselves, feeling of being followed, doors that are locked becoming unlocked and open by themselves, full body apparitions, and appearance of small children where none are present at the time.
aired: Wed, Jun 18, 2008
On the mid season finale, TAPS heads to Pea Patch Island, Delaware where they will investigate a formal POW camp during civil war known as Fort Delaware. Fort Delaware is the site of one of the largest civil war prisons. This island fortress, which is only accessible by boat, was built in 1848 and took 20 years to build. It was originally built as an artillery defense camp for the Union and was turned into a POW camp during civil war. It housed over 33000 prisoners, and over 2500 people had died at this fort. Three major claims have been brought to the attention of TAPS, all three include physical apparitions of "cleaning lady", a "female cook", and a "soldier". The cleaning lady was claimed to have been seen inside a room and cleans a kettle then disappears. The female cook was claimed to have been seen inside the kitchen area lifting pots and smiles back at eyewitness then disappears, it was reported that the same apparition had been heard laughing and causing doors to become locked. The Civil war soldier had been spotted throughout the fort. Other claims include phantom whispers & voices, a lamp thrown at people without reason or cause. TAPS is joined by guest investigator, and "Hunt for a Hunter" winner, Mark Fusetti.
Garden State Ghosts
aired: Wed, Jun 11, 2008
TAPS heads over to Dave Tango's home state of New Jersey to investigate two separate locations, both well known for being plagued by Paranormal activities. Dave Tango's father, William "Bruce" Tango, tags along for the two investigations. The "Red Mill" and "Proprietary House" are investigated. (Case #1: Clinton, New Jersey - The Red Mill) TAPS heads over to Clinton, New Jersey to investigate a 19th-century mill, known as the Red Mill. The Red Mill Museum Village is over 200 years old, and has been used for making such products as wool, talcum, and grains. Paranormal claims include phantom footsteps, machinery stopping and turning on by themselves, strange noises like the clicks from a typewriters where none are present. People complaining about something touching them but nothing being visibly present, ghostly apparitions and other unexplainable noises & voices. (Case #2: Clinton, New Jersey - Proprietary House) On the second investigation, the TAPS team heads over to Clinton, New Jersey where they will be checking out the Proprietary House. Proprietary House was the home of the state's last royally appointed governor. The Proprietary House was once the house where Ben Franklin's illegitimate son,William Franklin, lived in. Paranormal claims associated with the mansion include ghostly apparitions of a little boy in colonial clothes, and a woman in white have been reported. Strange beams of light coming off the walls, phantom footsteps & shadow figures and unexplainable noises & voices have also been reported.
aired: Wed, Jun 4, 2008
Case #1: Cape Cod, Massachusetts - Colonial House Inn) The TAPS team investigates the historic Colonial House Inn located in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Built in 1730 by a sea captain named Josiah Ryder, this inn has been reportedly plagued by paranormal activities such as people reportedly hearing a crying man & children's laughter where there are none, shadowy figures, ghostly figures of an elderly woman & man, and also feelings of paranoia . (Case #2: Moss Beach, California - Moss Beach Distillery) Later, on the second investigation of the episode, TAPS travels to Moss Beach, California to investigate inside a Distillery known as Moss Beach Distillery. According legend, the distillery is haunted by a ghost of an old woman known as the "Blue Lady". Eyewitness have reported that objects have move by themselves and accredits this to Blue Lady after other witness have seen her apparition roaming inside the distillery.
House of Spirits
aired: Wed, May 28, 2008
Case #1: New Haven County, Connecticut - New Haven House) TAPS heads over to a New England home in New Haven County, Connecticut where they investigate claims made by the family regarding paranormal activity. The house itself has a long history associated with it. It is located on land once believed to be a site where Native Americans use to live on, American revolutionary war battle grounds, and also currently has greenhouses all over the property and still have working land for farming purposes. (Case #2: Manchester, New Hampshire - Palace Theater) Later, on the second investigation of the episode, TAPS heads to investigate a former vaudeville in Manchester, New Hampshire known as Palace Theater. Paranormal claims include a man committing suicide and returning to haunt the place, strange voices and noise, apparitions, shadows, and phantom footsteps. Jason is concerned because it is a theater and noises and voices could be the product of the architecture for such a place.
aired: Wed, Apr 30, 2008
The TAPS team heads over to a former psychiatric hospital in Weston, West Virginia that was constructed near the beginning of the civil war in the 1850s. Known as the "Weston State Hospital" formally known as the "Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum", TAPS will investigate claims made by the owner, tour guides and volunteers of the asylum concerning paranormal activities. Witnesses have claimed to of seen and heard ghostly entities/phantomly figures, disembodies voices, phantom black blobs of smoke, and tugging of their clothes. Newly renovation progress has commenced in this hospital leading to newer claims that have been brought to TAPS by the renovation team to investigate.
Spirits of the Old West
aired: Wed, Apr 23, 2008
TAPS heads over to Nevada to investigate two separate locations both well known for being plagued by Paranormal activities."The Goldfield Hotel" and "The Old Washoe Club" (Case #1: Goldfield, Nevada - Goldfield Hotel) First, TAPS heads over to the the Goldfield Hotel located in Goldfield, Nevada where this 100 year hotel that is about the be renovated, has been reportedly plagued by numerous hauntings and paranormal activities that include phantom shadows and disembodied voices. (Case #2: Virginia City, Nevada - Old Washoe Club) On the second investigation, TAPS heads over to a former millionaires club that was built in 1862 and is now a bar know as the "Old Washoe Club". Patrons as well as employees and former employees have reportedly experienced several paranormal activities such as disdained heads floating around, ghostly children standing hauntingly gazing, and many other things.
aired: Wed, Apr 16, 2008
Case #1: Bretton Woods, New Hampshire - Mount Washington Hotel) The TAPS team heads over to New Hampshire's Mount Washington Resort where TAPS investigates claims that the staff of the resort have encountered things such as strange cold spots and other possible paranormal activities. Also in this resort, it has been rumored that the spirit of a deceased princess roams around. (Case #2: Providence, Rhode Island - Ruffstone Tavern) Later, on the second investigation of the episode, TAPS heads over to the Ruffstone Tavern in North Providence, Rhode Island, where there have been claims of paranormal activities concerning this place such as strange odors, and feelings of being watched.
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
aired: Wed, Apr 9, 2008
The TAPS teams goes on to investigate three buildings at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. (Arnold House, Building 70, and a Warehouse located inside Building 70) (Site#1: Near Dayton, Ohio ~ Wright-Patterson Air Force Base - Arnold House) First off TAPS investigates the Arnold House, which is the site of a formal residential house built in 1841 that was bought by the Air Force. Where reportedly ghostly children still roam the house, phantom footsteps and objects moving be themselves. (Site#2: Near Dayton, Ohio. ~ Wright-Patterson Air Force Base - Building 70) Later TAPS heads on to investigate Building 70, which is a building that was built during the second world war. This building also contains a office space and a warehouse. The locations of which there has been claims concerning phantom typists, an elevator with a mind of its own, disembodied children's laughter, and phantom apparitions.
Ghostly Bounty Hunter
aired: Wed, Apr 2, 2008
Case #1: Norton, Massachusetts - Medeiros' House) TAPS heads over to a Massachusetts household residence where a family is reportedly plagued by shadowy figures, phantom footsteps and other paranormal activities. (Case #2: Trinway, Ohio - Prospect Place) Later, on the second investigation of the episode, TAPS heads over to Trinway, Ohio to investigate Prospect Place which was a stop along the Underground Railroad back in 1860's during the America Civil War. Also, It's the site of many paranormal activities which include: phantom scents and spectral whispers.
The Fear Cage
aired: Wed, Mar 26, 2008
The TAPS team goes to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania where an ex-military headquarters during the Civil War that was converted to a local bed-and-breakfast called the "Cashtown Inn" has been reportedly haunted by apparitions of moving objects, ghostly soldiers, disembodied voices and other paranormal phenomena.
Words From Beyond
aired: Wed, Mar 19, 2008
Case #1: Belchertown, Massachusetts - Clapp Memorial Library) TAPS investigates strange occurrences happening to Clapp Memorial Library in Belchertown, Massachusetts. Where the local night custodian claim to have heard unusual noises and believes the first librarian till haunts this Library. (Case #2: Bristol County, Massachusetts - Attleboro House) Later TAPS, on there second case of the episode, heads over to a house in Attleboro, Massachusetts to investigate claims concerning a family in a 300 year old duplex renovated house reportedly haunted over four generations.
Two to Tango
aired: Wed, Mar 12, 2008
Case #1: Mount Holly, New Jersey - Burlington County Prison) The TAPS team goes to investigates a Prison Museum called the 'Burlington County Prison Museum', which is a historical jail in Mount Holly in New Jersey; after Dave Tango's father, an ex-police officer & armature ghost hunter, had a paranormal experience in this museum. (Case #2: Norwich, Connecticut - McArthur's House) Later TAPS, on there second investigations of the episode, goes to investigates a Northwich, Connecticut home of which their has been claims of people hearing disembodied voices and objects that move of their own accord, which are terrorizing a young girl.
aired: Wed, Mar 5, 2008
On the 4th season premier, TAPS investigates a garrison used during the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, in Philadelphia's Fort Mifflin. Of which claims have been made by visitors and facilitators of the historic site.
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aired: Wed, Nov 14, 2007
In this special episode of Ghost Hunters, Jason, Grant and the rest of the TAPS team travel to Florida to pay a return visit to the historical St. Augustine Lighthouse.
Halloween Reveal (aka Sanatorium Live Findings)
aired: Wed, Nov 7, 2007
Relive TAP's most terrifying moments and revisit its greatest discoveries in this special retrospective season-three finale!
aired: Wed, Nov 7, 2007
Ghost Hunters : sanatorium live results
aired: Wed, Oct 24, 2007
As Halloween approaches, TAPS fulfills Donna's personal request to travel to Salem, Massachusetts-home of the infamous witch trials which sparked Donna's interest in the paranormal. First stop is the Lyceum Bar and Grill, an establishment now standing on an apple orchard previously owned by the first witch burned at the trials. Grant finds a cash register that offers him a receipt from the great beyond. Then, a family emergency forces Jason to the hospital with his family, leaving Grant alone to run the next investigation at the Hawthorne Hotel, where the sixth floor rooms and downstairs banquet hall have been plagued by activity.
Houses of the Holy
aired: Wed, Oct 17, 2007
In a TAPS first, the team gets a call from an Episcopal priest in Washington state who thinks the church's rectory is haunted. Jason and Grant study an unusual footprint that the reverend found burned into the hardwood floor. The entire team tries to locate the source of strange thumping sounds coming from one of the rectory closets. Later, the team heads back to Rhode Island to investigate the legendary Sprague Mansion, reputedly one of the most haunted places in the state. Jason feels an icy hand grasping at his neck in the wine cellar while Steve has a brush with an unseen presence in the Governor's bedroom.
aired: Wed, Oct 10, 2007
TAPS helps a Seattle family that's experiencing a rush of paranormal activity since the arrival of their orphaned niece. While investigating, Steve, Tango and Kris hear banging, footsteps and sinister growls in the house. Meanwhile, lead investigators Jason and Grant are amazed by a surprising EVP and footage of shadowy figures. Next, the team is given the privilege of conducting the first-ever paranormal investigation of Seattle's 100-year-old Moore Theatre. With a long history of ghostly phenomenon at the theatre, Tango observes a mysterious light suddenly appear in the darkness and EMF (Electromagnetic field) readings start going off the charts, indicating that an entity may be present.
Spirits of San Francisco
aired: Wed, Oct 3, 2007
TAPS visits San Francisco for the first time and tackles a case at one of the continent's oldest military bases -- the Presidio. In the Officer's Club, Jason and Grant investigate the ghostly smells and sounds of an old smoking lounge while Tango bumps into a shadow that isn't his. Next, TAPS heads out to help a family who believes an old friend is still reporting to work at their business, twenty years after her passing. Spiking EMF (Electromagnetic field) readings point to a culprit, but the story takes an unexpected turn with some of the clearest EVP's (Electronic Voice Phenomenon) TAPS has ever recorded.
aired: Wed, Sep 26, 2007
Lost Soul - For the first time ever TAPS goes to Seattle with a new member, Kris Williams, in tow to investigate the abandoned Northern State psychiatric hospital. During the course of the investigation some members of the team experience cold spots, strange singing and capture an intriguing figure on their IR (infrared) camera. Then TAPS heads downtown into Seattle's spooky underground tunnels where spirits of the Gold Rush era have been reported, and Kris has an experience that shakes her up.
aired: Wed, Jul 18, 2007
The team goes to California to probe a site close to the infamous Manson Family murders. Also: the Charlie Chaplin Studio is visited for an investigation.
aired: Thu, Jan 11, 2007
A battle-scarred warship sets the stage for one of TAPS' biggest investigations to date. Docked in Corpus Christi, Texas, the U.S.S. Lexington served in many missions during World War II. Over 300 people lost their lives while serving on the ship, and many witnesses claim these lost souls remain onboard. Countless visitors to the Lexington have seen apparitions dressed in military uniform. The massive aircraft carrier proves a challenge for TAPS as they investigate the numerous dark passages and narrow corridors on the ship. Terrifying events on the Lexington result in an investigation the team will never forget. Then, TAPS heads back to Rhode Island after an employee at Warwick City Hall captures strange activity on camera and people report sounds of weeping women in the former city jail. Using their extensive equipment and expertise, TAPS investigates the paranormal activity at this historic building. The team members confront the supernatural incidents going on in the center of their hometown.
Toys of Terror
aired: Wed, Jun 27, 2007
Antique dolls allegedly move by themselves in a Chesapeake, Va., home; claims concerning the General Stanton Inn in Charlestown, R.I., are probed.
aired: Wed, Jun 20, 2007
A local homeowner in need of emergency assistance visits the TAPS office after a series of bizarre incidents threaten the tranquility of her home. Her children are terrified by toys that inexplicably turn on and off. Strange sounds move through the home as if echoing from the distant past. The TAPS team plans an investigation to determine if something mysterious, and possibly dangerous, is present in the house. Next the team receives an urgent call from a family in Rutland, Massachusetts. After years of living with loud booming noises and strange occurrences for years, the family is on the verge of abandoning their home. The bizarre activity has recently escalated with objects being violently thrown throughout the house and even physical attacks. An intense investigation by TAPS results in a case that shakes the team to its core.
aired: Wed, Jun 13, 2007
In this terrifying episode, TAPS investigates The Hellfire Caves, an elaborate maze of underground caves in rural England that served as the center for a secret satanic society hundreds of years ago. Politicians and other influential people of the era used the deep caves to escape persecution and keep their religious practices shrouded in the utmost secrecy. Today, the eerie history of the caves has manifested into numerous accounts of startling paranormal activity. Reports include various apparitions, sounds of weeping voices and even physical contact by unknown entities. TAPS heads deep into the earth to explore the winding labyrinth of the Hellfire Caves and uncover what secrets are buried there.
aired: Wed, Jun 6, 2007
Continuing their investigation in Europe, TAPS explores the mysterious Lisheen Ruins in Ireland. These ancient ruins of a grand yet cursed estate are reportedly home to troll-like spirits that live underground and wreak havoc on those who trespass. During an intense investigation, the team sets out to learn the truth behind the legends. What was already an unusual investigation turns to panic as TAPS realize they are being hunted by something from the beyond. The team then makes the journey to England to explore The Viaduct Tavern, an establishment that was built over a prison from the 1700's. It is believed that the spirits of the former prisoners who suffered brutal torture and death centuries ago still linger in the tavern. Employees and visitors recount a series of disturbing paranormal experiences that TAPS is determined to unravel.
Attack of the Irish Elemental
aired: Wed, Nov 15, 2006
Jason and Grant head to Ireland to investigate Leap Castle, considered by many to be one of the most haunted places in the world. One of the spirits in the castle is an "elemental" that was supposedly summoned by dark arts, and is reported to be hostile and perhaps even deadly.
Best of the Stanley Hotel
aired: Wed, Nov 8, 2006
Jason, Grant and the Ghost Hunters team revisit the notoriously haunted Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado, the inspiration for Stephen King's best selling novel The Shining.
Whispers and Voices
aired: Wed, Nov 1, 2006
In Massachusetts, TAPS explores a Victorian mansion with a bizarre history of unexplained activity and Bucksteep Manor (1897) where number of guests and employees have seen a monk in long brown robes roaming the property.
aired: Wed, Oct 25, 2006
In VT, a terrified family calls upon TAPS for help with startling so-called "shadow people" moving through their house. Then, at WV State Penitentiary with its extremely violent history, TAPS sets out to confirm the existence of the shadow man.
aired: Wed, Oct 18, 2006
TAPS heads to Bisbee, AZ to uncover secrets at The Copper Queen Hotel and Tombstone, AZ to explore the legendary O.K. Corral. Before long the team begins to experience a series of bizarre incidents that defy logical explanation.
aired: Wed, Oct 11, 2006
TAPS travels to the historic Birdcage Theatre in Tombstone, AZ to investigate the wild spirits of the old west. During their investigation, the team encounters a series of bizarre events but nothing can prepare Jason and Grant when they witness a full bodied apparition moving on the stairs in front of them. Upon reviewing the evidence, even more startling proof emerges that the establishment is a center of paranormal activity in Tombstone.
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24. Shining Hotel
aired: Wed, May 24, 2006
TAPS is asked to investigate the haunted hotel that inspired Stephen King to write "The Shining".
aired: Wed, May 17, 2006
The team helps a man who believes that malevolent spirits are keeping him captive in his home.
aired: Wed, May 10, 2006
On the first investigation of the night, Jason, Grant and the TAPS team travel to the “Stone Lion Inn”, located in Oklahoma. where it is said that the inn, a former funeral home is haunted by a child's ghost. On the second case TAPS goes to a house in New Bedford Massachusetts, were the resident experiences emotional sensations like anxiety, depression and paranoia
aired: Wed, May 3, 2006
Jason and Grant have a thrilling encounter in a haunted lighthouse in Florida.
aired: Wed, Apr 26, 2006
The team travels to New Jersey where a homeowner is stalked by sinister figures.
aired: Wed, Apr 19, 2006
TAPS hunts for the Grey Lady ghost in a haunted library and then answers an emergency call in Massachusetts.
Grey Lady Haunting
aired: Wed, Apr 12, 2006
Jason heads to his hometown to investigate reported hauntings.
Home of Three Ghosts
aired: Wed, Apr 5, 2006
TAPS searches for a spirit haunting a mother and her child.
Red George & Valentown Museum
aired: Wed, Mar 29, 2006
TAPS (The Atlantic Paranormal Society) document some startling paranormal evidence in a shuttered tuberculosis hospital in Louisville, Kentucky where 63,000 souls met their demise.
Ghostly Grace & The Palladium
aired: Tue, Mar 28, 2006
Jason, Grant and the whole TAPS team re-live the best, scariest hauntings from season 1.
aired: Mon, Oct 31, 2005
Jason, Grant and the Ghost Hunters team are joined by an old colleague in their investigation of several reported "hot spots" in Savannah, Georgia. Investigations in the spooky city include a legendary cemetery that serves as the final resting place for Revolutionary War heroes and victims of the 1820 Yellow Fever epidemic.
Ghostly Soldier/ Medium House
aired: Wed, Oct 19, 2005
Grant Wilson and Jason Hawes travel to Arkansas to study a former hospital that houses several mysteries.
Shawshank Prison/Lizzie Borden
aired: Wed, Oct 12, 2005
Grant Wilson and Jason Hawes go to prison -- to study orbs and a black mist. Then, Grant and Donna LaCroix are part of the team analyzing odd noises coming from within the Lizzie Borden house.
Winchester House/Queen Mary
aired: Wed, Oct 5, 2005
The TAPS team takes a road trip to California to investigate the Winchester Mystery House and the R.M.S. Queen Mary, a haunted cruise ship.
Eastern State/Vacation Home
aired: Wed, Sep 28, 2005
Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson are coaxed back to America's oldest prison for a second look into its paranormal history. Then, the TAPS investigators check out a newly-occupied home near their headquarters in Rhode Island.
Worthington Home / Asylum
aired: Wed, Sep 21, 2005
Grant Wilson and Jason Hawes welcome Dave Tango to the team. Dave says he wants to learn more about paranormal investigations. In the second case, a former insane asylum proves to have something unusual within its wall, prompting further study.
Astor Mansion / NJ Affiliate
aired: Wed, Sep 14, 2005
Grant Wilson and Jason Hawes take the team to Rhode Island to investigate reports of the ghost of an electrocuted man haunting a mansion.
Child Haunting / Sutcliff House
aired: Wed, Sep 7, 2005
Grant Wilson and Jason Hawes visit Springfield, Mass., to check out a boy who says spirits have been pulling on him. Then, Grant and Donna LaCroix check out sounds in a second home and are more than a little spooked by what they find.
NY Museum/ CT Lighthouse
aired: Wed, Aug 31, 2005
Jason Hawes heads into the bowels of a lighthouse in search of the supernatural.
Theater/ Firehouse Haunting
aired: Wed, Aug 24, 2005
Grant Wilson and Jason Hawes take the team to Connecticut to check out a haunted playhouse. Next, TAPS heads to Rhode Island to check out a firehouse that's said to be infested with supernatural doings.
Mordecai & USS N. Carolina
aired: Wed, Aug 17, 2005
Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson bring trainees to the birthplace of President Andrew Johnson to gain experience. Then, the TAPS team heads from haunted houses to a haunted battleship, the U.S.S. North Carolina.
Deville's House and Brennan's Restaurant (Meehan's House)
aired: Wed, Aug 10, 2005
Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson bring the team to Louisiana to find out why a man can't safely bring dates back to his home. In another case, the TAPS leaders decide to let other team members investigate a haunted restaurant.
Grafton & Cranson Case
aired: Wed, Aug 3, 2005
In Rhode Island, Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson check out a house that is scaring the children that live in it.
aired: Wed, Jul 27, 2005
Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson lead the TAPS team to the Big Easy to check out a haunted plantation.
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Ghost Hunters International - Castle of the Damned
aired: Wed, Dec 15, 2004
The Ghost Hunters team travels to Maine to assist a woman who claims to be possessed.
Ghost Hunters International - Devil Dog
aired: Wed, Dec 8, 2004
A rival TAPS team asks the Ghost Hunters to help them out in an investigation at the New Boston Inn.
Ghost Hunters International - Larnach Castle
aired: Wed, Dec 1, 2004
The Ghost Hunters team travels to Philadelphia to investigate two haunted houses.
Ghost Hunters International - Frankenstein's Castle
aired: Wed, Nov 17, 2004
A TV soundman is attacked by an unseen entity as the Ghost Hunters team investigates a haunted armory.
aired: Wed, Nov 10, 2004
The TAPS team goes to investigate Brian's friends alleged haunted house. whose home was a Church in the late 19th century. The residence of the house has claimed to of experienced apparitions, doors opening spontaneously by themselves and also of heard strange noises. From the research TAPS made, they only came up with orbs manifests, which were proven to be only ordinary dust particles. and the sounds were just caused from the old bell rings in the attic and old wood creaking. The TAPS team recreated many scenarios to which the local resident could of mistaken the sounds and door slams he could of heard and saw. The case was determined inconclusive with no viable evidence whatsoever.
Eastern State Penitentiary
aired: Wed, Nov 3, 2004
Jason, Grant and TAPS Team are called in to go investigate a long abandoned well known prison in New England, that has its shares in history, known as "Eastern State Penitentiary". also well known for its paranormal activities, and its notable prisoners like Willie Sutton and Al Capone. TAPS tries to prove/disprove the occurrences plaguing the abandoned building. During the investigation, TAPS captures on film a man-like shadowy figure running across a higher floor walkway. Intrigued by this footage, the TAPS team decides to return in the hopes of capturing it again, and/or to disprove this was real or not. Also, While they are on the second day there, the TAPS team captures many flying orbs on video, but later are dismissed as just being dust particles reflected by light. Jason and Grant tries to recreate the shadowy figured man by duplicating the events and situation by means of covering someone up in a dark blanket, while then running across the same walkway to see if this was capable of the camera to pic up. Grant had to dismiss this case as being inconclusive, because the footage could of been anything from a hoax to the camera causing pixilation. Grant and Jason decided to add this clip to their website so that the viewers could determine for themselves if this was real or a camera illusion.
Race Rock Lighthouse
aired: Wed, Oct 27, 2004
In a story you'll see only on Ghost Hunters, the U.S. Coast Guard, in an effort to put wicked legends to rest, asks the team to check out a haunted lighthouse.
Lighthouse Inn / John Stone Tavern
aired: Wed, Oct 20, 2004
The Ghost Hunters team investigates reported paranormal activity in a restaurant and bar.
Altoona, PA (2)
aired: Wed, Oct 13, 2004
Leaving no haunting uninvestigated in their trip to Altoona, Pennsylvania; the Ghost Hunters team explores alleged hauntings in a historic theatre and railroad museum.
Altoona, PA (1)
aired: Wed, Oct 6, 2004
The TAPS team travels to Altoone, Pa., to investigate a reported haunting in a young girl’s bedroom. (To be updated)