This Friday, March 16th, the "Ghost Adventures" crew are joined by UFC fighter Brendan Schaub as they attempt to uncover the truth behind an unsolved murder at the Peabody-Whitehead Mansion in Denver, and we have a sneak peek of the ep.
Here we are at the final chapter of our in-depth interview with "Ghost Adventures" star Nick Groff. Thus far we've covered the crew's beginnings as well as Nick's greatest fears. Now it's time to check out his view on skeptics, what's next, and your questions.
The "Ghost Adventures" crew comes back to the airwaves tonight, March 9th, and bring with them a whole new bag of shenanigans and spookery! Read on to find out what's coming up next!
Okay, "Ghost Adventures" fans. Our interview series now continues with Nick Groff, who talks spectres, Bobby Mackey's, and more. Sit back and gear up for another in-depth interview lockdown.
In our continuing interview series with the "Ghost Adventures" crew in anticipation of the show's Season 6 premiere on March 9th, 2012, we sat down with Nick Groff to talk about the formation of the group, what scares him, and much more.
Here we are. Finally at the conclusion of our in-depth interview with "Ghost Adventures" frontman Zak Bagans (read Part One here and read Part Two here). Closing things out, Zak talks about what's next for him, shares his dream investigations, and answers some of YOUR questions.
If you've been following our coverage of "Ghost Adventures," then you know that Season 6 is poised to be a truly memorable one. Word hit our offices today of where the guys will be heading first when the show makes its season premiere on Friday, March 9th.
In anticipation of Season 6 of Travel Channel's "Ghost Adventures", we continue our in-depth interview with frontman Zak Bagans (read Part One here). In this installment we go back to one of the crew's most challenging haunts, Bobby Mackey's Music World (Season 1, Episode 1; Season 4, Episode 3), to talk about how it affected them.
With Season Six of Travel Channel's popular series "Ghost Adventures" on the horizon, we sat down with frontman Zak Bagans for a very candid and personal interview. We covered a wide range of subjects, and here's Part One, which is devoted to what fans can expect from the new season.
Just recently we got word straight from Zak Bagans himself that the premiere episode of "Ghost Adventures" Season 6 is airing March 9th, and now we have a few more details on the upcoming season, including some of the locations that will be visited this time around.
Regardless of what we believe about the hereafter, there's one thing that will always be a constant around the Dread Central offices: We love the Travel Channel's "Ghost Adventures". It's just insanity. From Zak flexing in every scene to Nick constantly disappearing to Aaron's Buckwheat-like "Oh face", it's a constant source of entertainment.
It started with an e-mail that hit our desk today from a man named Robert Bess. It simply read, "You guys don't need horror ideas, but what about someone in real life who actually catches these things?" Our initial reaction was, "What things has this dude caught?" Like moths to flames (and for shits and giggles), we responded and got much more than we bargained for.
With the drought of theatrical horror films hitting the multiplex this October, what's a horror fan to do to get his/her fix in our most favorite of months? We don't know about you guys, but we're heading to TV, where Travel Channel celebrates "Weekends to Die For" throughout October, beginning with the new original mini-series "Making Monsters" premiering on Sunday, October 2 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT.
Ghost Adventures Music Video Mashup Challenge - Winner Will Investigate Ghosts with Zak, Nick, and Aaron
Ever wanted to go on a ghost hunt with real paranormal investigators? Well, if you're creative enough, you could win the "Ghost Adventures" Music Video Mashup Challenge and investigate ghosts with Zak, Nick, and Aaron on a future episode of the show.
Hunting ghosts is pretty frightening business. Investigators often traverse locations that most people with even the smallest modicom of common sense wouldn't dare to set foot in. For the Travel Channel's "Ghost Adventures" team, sometimes a little back-up can be a very good thing, and wow, have they brought it this time.