The lodge was a vacation hideaway for the Hollywood and political elite in 1940s and 50s. They needed to go around saying his name way more to see if anything else happened upon saying it. The thermal images were obviously real living people or maybe animals wandering around which to the show's credit they admitted and got worried about. Season 18, Episode 6 April 5, 2019 Season 18, Episode 6 April 5, 2019 Zak and the crew head to Los Angeles to investigate the disturbing energy that permeates a former Scientology lab. Season 6, Episode 15 Zak, Nick and Aaron travel to Northern California to investigate the many claims of paranormal activity at one of the most haunted lighthouses in America.
The investigating on this was poor. According to the home's owner, 200 people have died in the house. The kinect camera ghost was interesting but they stopped using the dudes name in their investigation, even though they paint it as if saying his name drummed up some activity. It seems an odd choice for an episode to start off the series if they were so concerned about the lack of evidence they might have encouraged some hamming from their guests. Nestled between the picturesque cities of Big Sur and Carmel, the Point Sur Lighthouse sits on a volcanic rock, protecting ships from the turbulent rocky coast of the Pacific Ocean.
What would've really sealed the deal on it is if they had gone out to the spot while it was happening and seeing if there was no one physically there but thermal a figure walking around was still showing up on thermal. As they prepare for the lockdown, Zak introduces his dog, Gracie, who will hopefully act as a trigger object to attract the sprits. S 15 E 01 on Travel Channel The crew travels to a sinister ghost town near Wolf Creek, Ore. Does anyone know if that is still the case? The Bishop's wife is just so used to faking stuff that she knew what to say. Post episode, I'm more curious about this supposed hidden witch cult camp town thingy more than anything else. They really needed a handheld thermal camera and a guy out near the buildings at all times to properly verify or debunk the thermal occurrences.
It could've just been a bear or a trespasser. The crew doesn't even really comment on them. Season 18, Episode 5 March 23, 2019 Season 18, Episode 5 March 23, 2019 Zak and crew investigate two historic hotels inside an infamous Las Vegas casino with a dark and violent history. . Season 6, Episode 23 Zak, Nick and Aaron head to San Francisco to investigate a century-old theater -- now a strip club and home to a dark entity that stalks women and hurts men.
Locals discovered the dagger in the fireplace, and the public has not seen it for over 30 years. In the 1800s, the home was turned into an infirmary to treat victims of a smallpox outbreak. The benefit of the doubt says maybe Zak just thinks he's being possessed so he kind of ignores his inhibitions and starts saying weird stuff. A figure also did enter one of the buildings or at least appear to, having its head poking out one the windows. To me it was fairly clear, but that really did seem to be the only thing that they captured.
I wonder if that might explain some of the less-than-convincing guests and weird antics that have been going on lately - perhaps Travel insists they include these things for flavor. The vicious entities seem to target only men and may have even been responsible for a brutal murder involving the hotel's previous owners. The long-abandoned hotels, sealed off and left frozen in time, have created a paranormal pressure cooker just waiting to explode. Was the malevolent spirit speaking through her in an effort to scare Zak away? With only a couple of stories to help guide the investigation, the guys hope to learn undiscovered facts by communicating with the spirits. So to see that happen and not have them go out and see if somebody's in there or to see it showing up on thermal as someone inside but visually to the naked eye there's no one inside. While some of these deaths were the result of state-sanctioned executions, others died from harsh living conditions and the infamously brutal violence that took place behind its cold walls.
Season 6, Episode 26 Zak, Nick and Aaron make their first trip out to Mississippi to visit the oldest building in Natchez: King's Tavern, home to a legendary bloody dagger. The feeling I got was that the first girl was upset that the interview changed gears to the bishop's wife on what should have been her big interview, so she started faking feelings of spirits. I wonder if we can spot it on google maps. Episode Air Date Episode Name 1 Sep 23, 2017 2 Sep 30, 2017 3 Nov 04, 2017 4 Nov 11, 2017 5 Nov 18, 2017 6 Nov 25, 2017 7 Dec 02, 2017 8 Dec 09, 2017 9 Dec 16, 2017 10 Jan 06, 2018 11 Jan 13, 2018 Special Oct 07, 2017 Special Oct 07, 2017 Special Oct 14, 2017 Special Oct 21, 2017 Special Oct 28, 2017 Special Oct 28, 2017. I don't really trust the eyewitness accounts.
Trilogy of Terror, an infamous haunted attraction where employees have reported brushes with a terrifying shadow figure and violent demonic entities. From 1901-1981, Wyoming's first state penitentiary served as a virtual death house for as many as 200 inmates. Zak has a terrifying encounter when a psychic dancer at the club tells him personal details about his family. Those are well known parlor tricks and for at least one they framed the shot to hide how it's done. The thermal stuff, while interesting, really needed to be verified in real time by having them go out and look in the same spot as it was happening on the screens at base camp.