Monday, October 31st, 2005
1: Ghost Hunters Halloween Special '05
In this one-hour special, Jason and Grant look at a few investigations TAPS did in Savannah, Georgia. This includes the Bader's House, a colonial cemetery, and the Moon River Brewing Co.
Wednesday, May 24th, 2006
2: Best Of Seasons 1 and 2
Jason and Grant count down the 20 most memorable moments of Ghost Hunters.
Tuesday, October 31st, 2006
3: Live From the Shining Hotel
Join TAPS as they return to the Stanley Hotel (the hotel which was the inspiration for Stephen King's novel "The Shining") for a television first. This six-hour investigation was aired live from 11:00 PM EST Halloween night until 5:00 AM EST November first.
Wednesday, October 31st, 2007
4: Live From The Waverly Hills Sanitorium
TAPS returns to Waverly Hills Sanatorium for their second annual Live Halloween Special. The team will spend six hours investigating this abandoned tuberculosis hospital that is called by some "the scariest place on earth." Thousands of patients died in this building, and this live investigation will attempt to find out if any of them are still there.
Wednesday, January 9th, 2008
5: Return To The St. Augustine Lighthouse
TAPS returns to the St. Augustine lighthouse in Florida. Steve battles his fear of heights in hopes he can have the experience he missed out on during the last investigation.
Friday, October 31st, 2008
6: Live From Fort Delaware
Commonly referred to as the "Black Hole," Fort Delaware was used during the Civil War as a POW camp that housed over 33,000 Confederate soldiers. Ravaged by epidemics and torture nearly 2,400 failed to escape and died on the island. The restless spirits have never left. Join the exclusive seven-hour hunt from home with access to thermal imaging camera feeds and live Q&A with TAPS team members and host Josh Gates. Watch carefully for anything out of the ordinary — you'll be able to send instant alerts of any sightings you make straight to the Ghost Hunters!
Saturday, October 31st, 2009
7: Halloween Live Countdown '09
Josh Gates hosts this Ghost Hunters Halloween special with appearances by Jason and Grant, along with the Ghost Hunters Academy crew. TAPS will re-investigate the Essex County Sanitarium in Cedar Grove, New Jersey. The special will air live simulcasted with live interactive camera feed in SyFy.com The special will focus on showcasing the top 5 clips and episode of fan sumbitted favorite Ghost Hunters investigations.
Sunday, October 31st, 2010
8: Ghost Hunters Halloween Live '10
TAPS returns to the Buffalo Central Terminal for a six hour live Halloween Special investigation. The special is hosted by Josh Gates (Destination Truth) and Allison Scagliotti (Warehouse 13), and several other celebrities join the night's investigation, including Ben Hansen (Fact or Faked), Meaghan Rath (Being Human), and Kofi Kingston (WWE Friday Night Smackdown).
Monday, October 31st, 2011
9: Ghost Hunters Halloween Live '11
The team probe Pennhurst State School, an abandoned asylum in Spring City, Pa., with help from Barry Fitzgerald, Kris Williams, Joe Chin, Ben Hansen, Jael De Pardo and Devin Marble. Host: Josh Gates.
Wednesday, August 21st, 2019
10: Back on the Hunt
Before the launch of the all new 'Ghost Hunters,' the cast gather to answer fan questions, giving viewers a chance to get to know the elite squad of paranormal investigators. This new team has been carefully selected for this reboot.
Wednesday, September 11th, 2019
11: Beyond the Investigation
Ever wonder what you didn’t see in those famous Ghost Hunters investigations? In this one-hour special, Team Leader Grant Wilson gives viewers an exclusive inside look at how the squad goes above and beyond to search for paranormal activity while deliberately debunking claims with a logical explanation. This is a must-see for anyone interested in the bigger picture of each paranormal investigation, from claim to conclusion.
Wednesday, October 6th, 2004
1: Altoona Tantrum
We are introduced to Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson, co-founders and lead investigators for The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS). Their Technical Manager, Brian Harnois, tells them of an interesting case. The home they are to investigate is in Altoona, PA which is several hours away, but because of the dramatic nature of the case they decide to make the long drive. They investigate reports of poltergeist activity in a home with a very young girl who seems to see the spirits. After uncovering some dramatic Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP) they return to the site and inform Brenda, the girl's mother, of their findings. Due to the long distance traveled, they decide to investigate two other sites while they are in the area. That investigation is continued in the next episode.
Wednesday, October 13th, 2004
2: Mishler Theatre
The team investigates the historic Mishler Theatre and the Altoona Railroaders Memorial Museum. At the theater, the owner and employees have seen the late owner walking into the wall where his old office used to be, sitting in the seats, and have heard him walking on the catwalk above the stage. At the museum, the spirit of a railroad worker has been seen. Despite some orb activity in the theater, neither site presents any good evidence of paranormal activity. During the investigation, Jason complains to Grant about missing equipment that Brian was in charge of.
Wednesday, October 20th, 2004
3: Lighthouse Inn / John Stone Tavern
The team investigates The Lighthouse Inn in New London, Conn., which is reported to be haunted by the ghost of a bride who fell down a flight of stairs on her wedding day in 1930. Drops in temperature are recorded, and Steve feels someone touch him on his back when no one else is nearby. They then travel to Ashland, Mass. to a pub called Stone's Public House, formerly The Railroad House. Here, a little girl died after being hit by a train. Glasses have been known to fly off the shelves, lights turn themselves on, and a number of other occurrences have been documented. The team records one EVP of a voice saying ""I'm not..."" and a strange light. The light may have been caused by an IR light source.
Wednesday, October 27th, 2004
4: Race Rock Lighthouse
At the request of the US Coast Guard, TAPS goes to Long Island Sound to investigate the Race Rock Lighthouse. The lighthouse is now automated, but the Coast Guard officers who come to do maintenance and inspection have reported strange occurrences and are nervous about going to the site. The commanding officers hope to disprove the rumors. The team's cameras pick up strange orb activity and a fog which the investigators do not remember from the time of the video. Andy is able to follow an EMF (Electro Magnetic Field) reading that seems to move up and back down the stairs (following the course of the old caretaker when he would check on the light). More dramatic, one camera sees a chair move a few inches in an empty room. Jason tells the Coast Guard that the site does appear to be haunted.
Wednesday, November 3rd, 2004
5: Eastern State Penitentiary
TAPS investigates Eastern State Penitentiary, an abandoned prison with a long, colorful history and a reputation for paranormal activity. While there, they capture a strange, shadowy shape on film. After reviewing the film, Jason decides that the team should return. More orbs are caught on film, but no repeat of the shadowy figure. Efforts to duplicate the footage prove unsuccessful, but Jason and Grant see how it could have been done. Not wanting to ruin TAPS' reputation, they decide that the footage is inconclusive and put it up on the TAPS site so that the public can decide what they think.
Wednesday, November 10th, 2004
6: The Converted Church
This investigation focuses on some friends of Brian's whose home is a deconsecrated 19th century church. They claim to have seen apparitions and to have heard strange noises. Also, one of the doors in the house opens by itself. The investigation turns up only orbs caused by dust. Jason determines that the sounds and orbs are caused by the settling of the wood beams when the church bell rings. The team is able to duplicate the opening door, giving a mundane explanation. No evidence of a haunting is found.
Wednesday, November 17th, 2004
7: The Armory
TAPS is called to investigate an armory in New Bedford, Mass. In one room, the thermal imaging camera detects a warm mist passing in front of the lens. This is very strange, because mists are generally colder than the surrounding air. While moving along a catwalk, sound man Frank DeAngelis suddenly falls down and does not feel well enough to move for quite some time. When the video is examined, Jason sees that Frank's audio equipment actually jumps up with no visible reason and hits him in the face. The video is on the TAPS site.
Wednesday, December 1st, 2004
8: Fortuna Apartment / Topton's House
Reports of disturbances in a college student group house are easily explained as acoustics and encounters with neighbors who were drunk at the time. At the Topton House Pub, witnesses have reported that the ghost of a little girl sometimes trips people on the steps and has moved glasses of soda on one table. The daughter of the owner has also smelled roses while in the cellar and heard murmurring voices. The smells and voices are explained, and no evidence is found of any other paranormal activity. Jason shows Frank DeAngelis the footage from the Armory.
Wednesday, December 8th, 2004
9: New Boston Inn / Gloria's House
Mike Sinclair, the founder of O.R.I.O.N. Paranormal and a TAPS family member, has called in TAPS to co-investigate the New Boston Inn, in the Berkshires. After examining his findings, the TAPS team is able to disprove or cast doubt upon, everything he found. However, the experience their own incident when a pen seems to have moved with no one else nearby. Next they travel to Pittsburgh to investigate the home of Gloria and Genny. Both of them relate dramatic experiences, but the team finds no evidence of a haunting.
Wednesday, December 15th, 2004
10: The Negative Entity
TAPS investigates two cases. First they go to Albany, NY to the home of Linda Johnson. Linda claims to be psychically sensitive, and to have been accosted by a negative or ""demonic"" entity. No conclusive evidence is found, but Jason suggests that Keith Johnson contact her separately to try to help further. Next, they meet Adam Zubrowski, who seems to be experiencing strange events. The house was built by his grandparents, and his grandfather died there. Two odd EVPs are recorded, and it is judged likely that the house is haunted. One of the recordings sounds like Adam's grandfather.
Wednesday, July 27th, 2005
1: Myrtle's Plantation
We are re-introduced to Jason and Grant, and TAPS gets a new headquarters, a new van, and lots of new equipment. Jason and Grant must make a hard decision about Brian.The team gets a call from the owners of Myrtle's Plantation in Louisiana (one of the
Wednesday, August 3rd, 2005
2: Grafton & Cranson Case
TAPS investigate a case of entities reportedly threatening children in a home in Grafton, Massachussets. After this investigation, they are called to a home in Cranson, Rhode Island, much nearer their headquarters.
Wednesday, August 10th, 2005
3: Deville's House and Brennan's Restaurant (Meehan's House)
The team is called in by a TAPS family member and returns to Louisiana to investigate the home of a man who is bothered by spirits whenever women come to visit.While they are in town, they are asked to investigate Brennan's Restaurant, where many supernatural occurences have been reported. After dinner in the ""haunted dining room"" the investigation begins.
Wednesday, August 17th, 2005
4: Mordecai House & USS N. Carolina
TAPS investigates a North Carolina home which may house the spirit of Andrew Johnson.Then Jason and Grant check out claims of hauntings on the battleship USS North Carolina.
Wednesday, August 24th, 2005
5: Bradley Playhouse/Harris Firehouse
TAPS investigates claims of spirits in the Bradley Playouse in Connecticut. Next they check out tales of a haunted firehouse in Rhode Island.
Wednesday, August 31st, 2005
6: Ledge Lighthouse/Merchant House
Andy talks Jason and Grant into investigating a haunted lighthouse in Connecticut. Next the TAPS team goes to a New York museum to check out a possible haunting.
Wednesday, September 7th, 2005
7: Tanguay Home/Sutcliffe House
The TAPS team visits two homes to investigate their claims of a long history of paranormal activity.
Wednesday, September 14th, 2005
8: Astor's Newport Mansion/Roselle Park
On this episode, The TAPS team and an amateur paranormal investigators are unnerved by a case. They travel to New Jersey to find out an old mystery.
Wednesday, September 21st, 2005
9: Worthington Home & Rolling Hills Asylum
The TAPS team investigates reports of paranormal phenomena at Worthington’s house and try to assure the family that their house is safe. Then the team travels to Rolling Hills Asylum to investigate reports from visitors of hair tugging, noises and phantom smells at the former insane asylum in Bethany, N.Y.
Wednesday, September 28th, 2005
10: Eastern State Penitentiary Revisited/Ogden House
The TAPS team revisits the site of one of their most dramatic pieces of evidence, the Eastern State Penitentiary. Then they try to help a woman whose vacation home is becoming unlivable due to spirit activity.
Wednesday, October 5th, 2005
11: Winchester House/ Queen Mary
The TAPS crew investigate the R.M.S. Queen Mary, a ship with more reported hauntings than virtually any place on earth.
Wednesday, October 12th, 2005
12: Shawshank Prison/ Lizzie Borden
The TAPS gang tackle two famous locations in this hour. The Mansfield Reformatory in Ohio, the prison where Stephen King's "Shawshank Redemption" was filmed, and the site of the infamous axe murder of Lizzie Borden's parents.
Wednesday, October 19th, 2005
13: The Crescent Hotel & Dr. Ellis
Jason and Grant investigate sightings of several apparitions in the Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Next TAPS searches for evidence in the home of a real medium, also in the same rural vacation town in the Ozark Mountains of northwest Arkansas.
Wednesday, March 29th, 2006
14: Waverly Hills Sanatorium
TAPS investigates the Waverly Hills Sanatorium where 63,000 patients died of tuberculosis.
Wednesday, April 5th, 2006
15: Ghostly Grace & The Palladium
TAPS searches for a spirit who is haunting a mother and her child before moving on to the Palladium Theater, a concert hall with a strange history.
Wednesday, April 12th, 2006
16: Red George & Valentown Museum
TAPS returns to Jason's childhood hometown to look into claims from Elizabeth Leonard who claims a ghost named George is scaring her family and leaving scratch marks on her son's neck and stomach. Also, while in the area, TAPS visits the Valentown Museum, which has a history of paranormal activity, and is the location of a murder.
Wednesday, April 19th, 2006
17: Two Brothers & Willard Library
At the request of Mike Dion, TAPS investigates the claims of a man's house is being haunted. He and his brother have a large collection of tapes they have tried to record EVPs on, and they're convinced it's haunted. Also, TAPS travels to Indiana to investigate the Willard Library, Indiana's oldest library, home of over 50 years of claims of seeing a grey lady.
Wednesday, April 26th, 2006
18: Hartford Conservatory
TAPS visits Hilary Hodgman's home in New Jersey and tries to find the shadowy figure she and her husband have seen. Also, the guys visit the Hartford Conservatory and attempt to explain why students have heard music playing in an empty school, why lights flicker on and off, and why doors slam shut.
Wednesday, May 3rd, 2006
19: St. Augustine Lighthouse
TAPS members Jason, Grant, Dustin, Steve, and Brian travel to Florida to investigate the rumored haunting of the St. Augustine Lighthouse, built in 1870. Steve's fear of heights become a problem and limit his time in the lighthouse.
Wednesday, May 10th, 2006
20: Domani's & The County Jail
TAPS first investigates a New Jersey restaurant, which was recommended by Dave Tango. Also, the guys head to Florida to investigate a jail built in 1891 and was the location of eight authorized hangings.
Wednesday, May 17th, 2006
21: The Stone Lion
TAPS first travels to Oklahoma to investigate the Stone Lion Inn, which was once a funeral parlor. The owner believes it to be haunted by a young child who died by accidentially being poisoned. TAPS then travels to David Edgerly's home in Massachusetts. David's been complaining about sleepless nights, nausea, headaches, and fatigue.
Wednesday, May 31st, 2006
23: Shining Hotel
Wednesday, May 31st, 2006
22: The Stanley Hotel
TAPS travels to Estes Park, Colorado to investigate the Stanley Hotel made famous by the movie The Shining.
Wednesday, October 11th, 2006
TAPS goes to investigate a haunting at the Bird Cage theater in Tombstone, Arizona.
Wednesday, October 18th, 2006
2: O.K. Corral
Taps pays a visit to the O.K. Corral where the famous gunfight occurred.
Wednesday, October 25th, 2006
3: Shadow People
The team travels to a Vermont home and investigates the closed West Virginia State Penitentiary in Moundsville, West Virginia to investigate phenomena attributed to "shadow people."
Wednesday, November 1st, 2006
4: Whispers and Voices
Massachusetts is visited for two paranormal investigations. The team explores a Victorian Mansion and an 1897 manor.
Wednesday, November 8th, 2006
5: Best of the Stanley Hotel
The best of the footage from the live Halloween event.
Wednesday, November 15th, 2006
6: Attack of the Irish Elemental
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.
Wednesday, June 6th, 2007
7: Irish Ruins
Continuing with their Ireland trip, TAPS travels to Lisheen Castle to investigate possible fairy activity in an area near the Castle called "the Wrath". They then board a plane to London to investigate the Viaduct Tavern, built on the site of Newgate Prison, where strange voices and touches by unseen hands have been reported.
Saturday, June 16th, 2007
8: Hellfire Caves
Still on their European tour, TAPS heads to the Hellfire Caves in West Wycombe to investigate the paranormal activity. Then, on their day off, Jason and Grant take a tour of Jack the Ripper's haunts were they learn more about the gruesome murders.
Wednesday, June 20th, 2007
9: Nightmare Noises
When a mother comes to them for help, TAPS takes on a local case at the Tedeschi's House where strange voices are heard and toys come on by themselves. Then it's on to the MacLean's House to investigate strange noises and shaking that are coming from under the house. Jason and Grant head up to the attic where a whole new investigation begins.
Wednesday, June 27th, 2007
10: Toys of Terror
TAPS travels to Chesapeake, Virginia to investigate the Keffer's House which suffers from apparitions, voices, and possibly a possessed doll. Then Steve is put in charge of his own investigation when he and TAPS head to Charlestown (Rhode Island) to investigate The General Stanton Inn where apparitions and voices have been seen and heard.
Wednesday, July 11th, 2007
11: U.S.S. Lexington
TAPS heads down to Corpus Christi, Texas to investigate the U.S.S. Lexington, an aircraft carrier where over 400 officers died on board during it's 21 out of 24 battles in WW2. Then it's on to a local case in Warwick at City Hall, where the sound of a woman crying has been heard and ghostly picture of a man was captured on a webcam.
Wednesday, July 18th, 2007
12: Manson Murders
The team investigate claims of paranormal activity at a house in Hollywood, CA near the site of the 1969 "Manson Murders." Then TAPS heads to the film studio built by Charlie Chaplain to check out claims of activity including full apparitions.
Wednesday, September 26th, 2007
13: Lost Souls
TAPS takes their new trainee, Kris, along to investigate Northern State Hospital, a closed psychiatric hospital in Washington State. Then they descend below the streets of Seattle to explore the tunnels below the city.
Wednesday, October 3rd, 2007
14: The Spirits of San Francisco
TAPS heads to San Francisco to investigate claims of activity at the Presidio. Then they talk to a family who believe that an old employee and family friend is still coming to work 20 years after her death.
Wednesday, October 10th, 2007
15: Ghostly Houseguest
The Gibbons family, in Seattle, WA, ask TAPS to investigate their home. The whole family has been having seemingly paranormal experiences ever since their orphaned niece has come to live with them. The family wants to find out what is going on, and whether the ghostly presence might be the girl's lost mother trying to make contact. While in Seattle, the team decide to go to the Moore Theater, a place that has been considered haunted by employees for years.
Wednesday, October 17th, 2007
16: Houses of the Holy
The congregation at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, in Prosser, WA, has suggested that the Reverend Jennings invite the Ghost Hunters to come in to examine a number of strange sounds, smells, and sights. Back in New England, TAPS then goes to the Sprague Mansion in Rhode Island, a beautiful building with ghost sightings dating back to 1925.
Wednesday, October 24th, 2007
17: Salem Witch
Jason and Grant finally travel to Salem, the place that sparked Donna's interest in the paranormal. There they investigate the Lyceum Bar and Grill, which is built on land once owned by the first victim of the infamous Salem witchcraft trials. Then, when Jason must race back home due to a family emergency, Grant is left to direct the team in their investigation of the Hawthorne Hotel.
Wednesday, November 7th, 2007
18: Sanatorium Live Results
The TAPS team goes over the evidence collected at the Waverly Hills Sanatorium in the 2007 live Halloween special.
Wednesday, November 14th, 2007
In the season three finale, Jason and Grant reflect on the greatest, and most terrifying, moments from the first three seasons of Ghost Hunters.
Wednesday, March 5th, 2008
1: Fort Mifflin
Fort Mifflin in Philadelphia is investigated. The site was used as a garrison during the American Revolutionary and Civil Wars.
Wednesday, March 12th, 2008
2: Two To Tango
Burlington County Jail in Mount Holly, NJ, which has now been turned into a museum, is investigated. Elsewhere, a Connecticut family's home is investigated.
Wednesday, March 19th, 2008
3: Words From Beyond
The Clapp Library in Belchertown, Massachusetts and a family's claim that they have been haunted for four generations are investigated by the team.
Wednesday, March 26th, 2008
4: The Fear Cage
The team travels to Pennsylvania to investigate the Cashtown Inn, a bed & breakfast that was a military headquarters during the Civil War.
Wednesday, April 2nd, 2008
5: Ghostly Bounty Hunter
The team goes to Trinway, Ohio to investigate Prospect Place, a stop along the Underground Railroad during the Civil War. Then they investigate a home in Massachusetts where the owners complain of shadowy figures.
Wednesday, April 9th, 2008
6: Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
TAPS investigates three buildings at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio where stories are told of ghostly typists, children's voices, and a haunted elevator.
Wednesday, April 16th, 2008
7: Ghostly Conversation
TAPS investigates the Ruff Stone Tavern in North Providence, R.I. and the Mount Washington Resort in New Hampshire.
Wednesday, April 23rd, 2008
8: Spirits of the Old West
TAPS heads to Nevada to visit the famous 100-year-old abandoned Goldfield Hotel and then the Old Washoe Club and St. Mary's Art Center (formerly St. Mary's hospital) in Virginia City.
Wednesday, April 30th, 2008
9: Haunted Asylum
TAPS is contacted by volunteers who are restoring Weston State Hospital. Jason & Grant head to West Virginia to investigate this former asylum that once housed Charles Manson.
Wednesday, May 28th, 2008
10: House Of Spirits
Jason, Grant and their team head to New England to answer a call from a terrified family plagued by mysterious apparitions. During their investigation, TAPS uncovers shocking evidence of paranormal activity in the home. From there, they take on claims at the Palace Theater in Manchester, N.H., a former vaudeville stop that hosted performances by Bob Hope, the Marx Brothers, Jimmy Durante and Harry Houdini. Today, staff at this historic playhouse report endless paranormal claims ranging from apparitions to footsteps and slamming doors.
Wednesday, June 4th, 2008
11: Widow's Watch
The Taps team heads to the coasts to tackle with two investigations. First they travel to Massachusetts to visit the Colonial Inn at Cape Cod. Then they head over to California to investigate the Moss Beach Distillery.
Wednesday, June 11th, 2008
12: Garden State Ghosts
TAPS investigates two locations in New Jersey. First they tackle the Proprietary House, the home of New Jersey's last royally appointed Governor. Next they move on to a 19th Century mill with reports of paranormal activity.
Wednesday, June 18th, 2008
13: Fort Delaware
TAPS investigates Fort Delaware, located on Pea Patch Island. The Island sits in the mid channel of the Delaware River near its entrance into Delaware Bay. Once the location of strategic military defenses, the island is currently owned by the state of Delaware as Fort Delaware state Park. During the American Civil War, Fort Delaware was used by the Union as a camp for Confederate prisoners, in particular ones captured at the 1863 Battle of Gettysburg. Many of the prisoners who died at the fort are buried at nearby Finns Point National Cemetery in New Jersey.
Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008
14: Iron Island
A local preservation society took over this property in 2000, and discovered over 30 boxes of unclaimed human remains tucked away in the basement bathroom. Renovations unearthed remnants of the Episcopal church as well as light fixtures and stained glass that'd been hidden behind the walls and ceilings as if the original funeral director created a building within a building. Many women who work at what is now a museum complain of being followed around the building by someone who isn't there. One in particular believes this feeling has increased 100% since they received an altar from another century-old church. Temperature fluctuations from extreme cold to uncomfortable heat are found throughout the structure. Furniture and doors have been heard moving and the sounds of shuffling footsteps are common. The original funeral director even admitted that doors that he had closed and locked would be found open. Floral arrangements were found rearranged. And on a few occasions he had heard strange voices in the building when there was no one else around.
Wednesday, September 10th, 2008
15: So She Married An Axe Murderer
Jason and Grant are called in to investigate a haunt hidden in their own neighborhood — the Slater Mill. In its early years, almost all of the employees at the mill were children, and the workers were often pushed to their limits. Working conditions were difficult and unhealthy — respiratory ailments and diseases were rife, and the mill was home to many grisly accidents. Then, TAPS goes to Connecticut to unravel the mysteries at the historic Pettibone Tavern. Built in 1780, the tavern originally served as a carriage stop between Albany and Boston during the late 18th century. During this time, it was also supposedly the site of a brutal axe murder, and through the years, employees have consistently reported activity that they cannot explain.
Wednesday, September 17th, 2008
16: The Boy In The Brothel
TAPS visits a 16th century North Kingstown, R.I., landmark to solve an awful mystery. The Carriage Inn was built in 1760. Now a busy banquet facility called Hoof, Fin and Feathers, it is the center of mysterious sightings. A woman in period dress (late 1700s, early 1800s) has been seen in the main house's main dining room. In the bar, people have seen a man dressed in black carrying a book. The most disturbing sighting by far happened in the barn, which is now the banquet hall. There, people have reported seeing a young girl who had been burned. Both the cellar and attic inspire feelings of great dread. Several employees have refused to enter them alone. In addition, temperature changes plague the attic. Intense cold will settle onto an extremely concentrated area — someone's face, or even just his or her nose. Owner and head chef Linda Wadensten does not feel threatened, though she does want TAPS to find what is haunting the Carriage Inn. Then, TAPS comes to help a military family living in Groton, Conn. When the Stitelers's four-year-old son first saw the ghost of a child in his room, a boy with black hair and black eyes, he didn't tell his parents. Instead, he mentioned it while he was in the hospital with a brief illness. His mother was surprised that he knew what a ghost was, and wrote it off as an imaginary friend until she told her husband. William went white. He had seen the same figure in their home, and it had terrified him. In addition, the husband has had a sleeping problem in recent months. He wakes up in the middle of the night with a feeling of overwhelming dread and danger, not from a dream, but in the waking world. Invariably, within minutes of waking up with these feelings, he hears toys turn on in his two-year-old's room. He turns them off and tries to return to sleep.
Wednesday, September 24th, 2008
17: Speaking With The Dead
TAPS visits the abandoned (and skeevy) remains of an art-deco masterpiece, Buffalo Central Terminal. The terminal, a 14-story combination office tower/train station, opened in 1929 and closed 50 years later. After falling through the hands of various owners, the Central Terminal Restoration Corp. acquired it in 1997. In the years since the Terminal's abandonment, it has become a potent source of paranormal stories. Local urban explorers and less respectable paranormal investigators would break into the property to look around, leaving in a hurry and with numerous scary experiences. One volunteer was alone in third-floor offices, and saw two people (described as being dressed in old-fashioned clothing) standing at a water fountain. When he stepped closer, the people and the water fountain disappeared. The experience shook the volunteer so badly that he will not enter the building alone. There are cold spots widely reported throughout the terminal, especially on the train platforms. Some who have visited have asked the darkness for a response, and gotten a loud bang.
Wednesday, October 1st, 2008
18: Ghosts of the Sunshine State
TAPS is in Florida to investigate an inn that is a hotbed of paranormal activity. This unique St. Petersburg property consists of two multi-story Victorian manors: the Pink House and the Purple House. They were both built in the late 1800s, and are believed to house more than just customers. Elsewhere in St. Petersburg, TAPS investigates the legendary Renaissance Vinoy hotel, Major League Baseball's favored paranormal getaway. Built in 1924, the Vinoy has always been a preferred vacation spot for the rich and famous. Today, the facility is the visiting-team hotel for the Tampa Bay Rays.
Thursday, October 9th, 2008
19: Oak Alley Plantation
TAPS returns to Louisiana to investigate the historic Oak Alley sugar plantation in Vacherie. When Jacques Telesphore, the businessman who built the house, died of tuberculosis in 1848, his family couldn't maintain the business, and had to sell the property.
Wednesday, October 15th, 2008
20: Bottled Spirits
Dayville, CT: Tracy house Heather Tracy and her family moved into her ancestor's property two years ago. There were always reports of odd activity and it soon became apparent to her that there was something more to the stories. Appleton, NY: Haunted Winery Previous owners saw their wives die in the house from illness. And one owner accidentally shot and killed his son while another died under suspicious circumstances. By 1933, the Sisters of St. Joseph became the new owners and used the estate for decades as a nuns' retreat, a camp for girls and a training school for the deaf. Now, the winery has become a part of an eerie lore.
Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008
21: Hometown Haunts
Springfield, MA: THEODORE'S/SMITH'S TAPS investigates a landmark pool hall in team member Steve Gonsalves' hometown. Over the years, the first floor fronted several retail clients, but is now a tavern called Theodore's. Though two separate establishments, Theodore's and Smith's have a common problem; they both experience intense paranormal activity. Now, their owners are working together and asking TAPS to diagnose their decades-old problem. Leominster, MA: HAUNTED VICTORIAN II TAPS investigates claims of paranormal activity in a local family's 19th century Victorian home. After their investigation, the team left with the belief that something other than the family was living in the home.
Wednesday, October 29th, 2008
22: USS Hornet
Eureka's Colin Furguson joins the team for a startling investigation aboard the USS Hornet.
Wednesday, November 5th, 2008
23: Live from Delaware
All the shocks. All the frights.All the details hashed out in a roundtable discussion about the Ghost Hunters live event.
Wednesday, November 12th, 2008
24: All Access
The TAPS team takes a look back at their most memorable cases. Hosted by Josh Gates.
Wednesday, November 19th, 2008
25: Recycled Spirits
TAPS explores the Clovis Avenue Sanitarium, a sixty-six year-old, 8,000 square foot mansion. The former sanitarium opened in 1942, and stayed in service up through 1992. In that time, countless patients passed through the halls, and thousands died there.
Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008
26: Spirits on the Water
TAPS goes to the Maritime Museum of San Diego to investigate the oldest active ship in the world, the star on India, and her slip mate, the Berkeley.
Wednesday, December 10th, 2008
27: Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse
Ghost Hunters' season four finale takes the TAPS team to Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse and Fort Constitution in New Castle, NH. The 48-foot cast-iron tower was erected in 1771, with the grounds covering approximately 2 acres including Fort Constitution and the Keeper's Quarters. After years of late night reports from the Coast Guard and other witness accounts, the members of the Friends of The Portsmouth Lighthouse want to know if the lighthouse and surrounding grounds are truly haunted. Jason and Grant will be facing one of their most interesting challenges as they explore the Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse, the Fort Constitution and the Keeper's Quarters.
Sunday, January 4th, 2009
4: Club Dead
TAPS heads to Florida to investigate claims of the paranormal made in part by staff members of the historic 'El Circulo Cubano de Tampa', which include a female apparition who haunts the the location. Later on the second investigation of the night TAPS heads to an abandoned Trelles Clinic in Ybor City to investigate other claims of paranormal activities.
Wednesday, March 11th, 2009
1: Betsy Ross House
On the season premier of the show, TAPS heads over to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to the home of Betsy Ross were TAPS will investigate several claims of paranormal activities. Later, on the second investigation of the episode, TAPS heads to Glen Mills, Pennsylvania to investigate a 300 year old residence.
Wednesday, March 18th, 2009
2: Star Island
Taps finds out that it takes a village to haunt a house on Star Island. The team heads to Star Island, which is part of the Isles of Shoals off of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, to investigate several claims of paranormal activities.
Wednesday, March 25th, 2009
3: Edith Wharton Estate
TAPS heads over to Lenox, Mass., to investigate the home of author Edith Wharton.
Wednesday, April 8th, 2009
5: Soul Searching
TAPS heads over to the Belcourt Castle located in Newport, Rhode Island to investigate claims of the paranormal. Later, on the second half of the episode, TAPS heads over to Somerville, Massachusetts to investigate Sacco's Bowl Haven, which is an old-time candlepin bowling alley.
Wednesday, April 15th, 2009
6: Titanic Terror
TAPS heads over to Atlanta, Georgia at the Pemberton Place to investigate claims of paranormal activities at a local aquarium. The Georgia Aquarium is the home of a large exhibit of rare RMS Titanic artifacts that have been linked to paranormal activities in the aquarium.
Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009
7: Crossing Over
The TAPS teams is joined by the GHI team (Ghost Hunters International) in a joint investigation of the Spalding Inn located in Whitefield, New Hampshire. The Spalding Inn is said to have been purportedly haunted by the ghost of child roaming around the hallways of the inn. Other claims include a shadowy figure that also haunts and watches people on the grounds from the windows.
Wednesday, April 29th, 2009
8: Garden State Asylum
The TAPS team heads over to Newark, New Jersey to investigate an psychiatric hospital and facility, where people have claimed to hear and disembodied screams and sightings of a former nurse that use to work at the facility.
Wednesday, August 19th, 2009
9: Inhuman Entity
Ladouceur House, Blackstone Massachusetts The team returns with all new cases. First up is the private residence of the Ladouceur family in Blackstone, Massachusetts. Once when Roxanne, the mother, was sitting on the couch, the couch was stuck with such a violent force that it literally moved while she was sitting on it. Then, while in the basement, the couple's 17 year-old son Gabriel saw a five-foot tall black mass come towards him at full speed. He was so startled by the encounter that he yelled for his parents to come rescue him. But since the Ladoucer's can't just pack up their things and move, they've enlisted the help of TAPS. The Brentsville Historic Centre, Prince William County Virginia Next, the team heads to the Brenstville Historic Centre. The town was founded in 1820 as a courthouse town and numerous witnesses have made claims of paranormal activity. People have claimed they saw faces in the windows of the courthouse, particularly in the second floor window of the judge's room. Another witness claims to have seen the face of an African American woman looking out of the jailhouse door but when he blinked the face was gone. Allegedly, there was a slave who shot her master in that room. Despite all of these sightings, Robert Orrison, the current site manager is a big sceptic and has called TAPS in to verify or disprove the accusations that others have made.
Wednesday, August 26th, 2009
10: I Am Not Guilty
In this Civil War-themed episode, 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. Samuel Mudd met John Wilkes Booth six months before the assassination and let Booth stay in his home after tending to Booth's broken leg following the assassination. Mudd's involvement in the plot remains unclear, but he was found guilty of conspiracy. Now, several apparitions allegedly haunt the house (now operating as a museum), including a soldier and a woman in a white dress believed to be Samuel Mudd's wife, Sarah. Then, the team heads to Virginia to visit 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. Today, it is officially a national- and state-regulated landmark and is a hotbed of paranormal activity, including full-bodied apparitions.
Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009
11: Civil War Spirits
While investigating one of the bloodiest battlefields in history, TAPS has a close encounter with Americas past
Wednesday, September 9th, 2009
12: Essex County Penitentiary
TAPS is joined by special investigator and host of SyFy's "Destination Truth", Josh Gates who will help the team in investigating claims of paranormal activities in New Jersey's Essex County Jail.
Wednesday, September 16th, 2009
13: Judgement Day
TAPS is joined by Dave Tango's father, Bruce Tango, to help the team investigate the Union County Courthouse in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Later, on the second investigation, TAPS investigates a 19th-century home in Hopkinton, New Hampshire.
Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009
14: Little Drummer Boy
Taps may pray for mercy after encountering tortured spirits in a historic New York church.
Wednesday, September 30th, 2009
15: A Bat Out of Hell
Thousand Islands, New York Isle of Pines This week, musical legend Meat Loaf joins the team for an exciting investigation of Syfy's Great American Ghost Hunt winner Danielle Parody's estate. The private island has been in Danielle's family for over 50 years and since that time many have made claims about paranormal encounters in and around the property.
Wednesday, October 7th, 2009
16: Glimmer Men
The team travels to Massachusetts to investigate the USS Salem. The heavy cruiser ship was built in 1945 toward the end of WWII. Presently, volunteers and crew-members claim they've seen full-bodied apparitions and heard voices throughout the vessel.
Wednesday, October 14th, 2009
17: Fort Henry
Taps crosses the border to investigate Fort Henry, notoriously known as Canada's most haunted location. The fort was originally built in 1812 by the British to keep out American soldiers. But for the sake of the case, TAPS— despite their U.S. origins— are allowed across the threshold. The location currently functions as a museum and both guides and tourists a like claim they've had paranormal encounters while on the premises.
Wednesday, October 21st, 2009
18: Congress Theater
The team returns to Chicago to investigate the historic Congress Theater. Since it was established in 1925, infamous acts like Prince and Billy Idol have graced the stage. Yet recently, the most popular shows appear to be the ones that go on behind the scenes when the paranormals come out to play.
Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
19: Rocky Mountain Hauntings
TAPS heads to Colorado to investigate the manor where the walls are bleeding. Briarhurst Manor was originally built in 1888 and is 14,000 square feet of pure eeriness. This swank (and spooky) property was a finalist in Syfy's Great American Ghost Hunt contest. America voted and thinks the place is haunted, so the team heads in to investigate.
Wednesday, November 4th, 2009
20: Ghost of Buffalo Bill
TAPS investigates the Buffalo Bill museum with guest hunter Eddie McClintock from the hit Syfy series "Warehouse 13". According to various workers, the museum is filled with unexplained activity that appears paranormal; so the Ghost Hunters head in to investigate.
Wednesday, November 11th, 2009
21: New Hampshire Gothic
The team travels to Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire to investigate the Amos J. Blake House Museum. Then they head to the Arbona Building in Pensacola, Florida where books fall off shelves perfectly stacked.
Wednesday, November 18th, 2009
22: Pensacola Lighthouse
This week, the team heads to Florida to investigate the Pensacola Lighthouse that was built in 1858 and has historical civil war connections. The lighthouse is known to be an extremely active area, people have heard footsteps and their names being called throughout the building. To date, the site is controlled by the United States Coast Guard. So since the guards serve and protect us, TAPS—being the good Samaritans they are have decided to give back by completing a thorough investigation of the area.
Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009
23: Mark Twain House
TAPS heads to Hartford, Connecticut to investigate the house of the well known American author Mark Twain. Where it has been reported that people who visit this home have seen sightings of full-bodied apparitions and heard disembodied laughter of an alleged "ghostly child".
Wednesday, December 9th, 2009
24: Unexplained Phenomena
TAPS heads to Willow Grove, Pennsylvania to investigate an 18th-century farmhouse, where it has been claimed to be inhabited by spirits that allegedly play with the lights and cast large, dark shadows. Later, on the second investigation of the episode, TAPS heads to Hartford, Connecticut to the "Old State House". Where it has been claimed to have disembodied voices and "phantom footfalls".
Wednesday, December 16th, 2009
25: Hindenburg Crash Site
In the exciting season finale, TAPS travels to the site where Hindenburg, one of history's most infamous disasters, took place. Because the tragedy occurred on a large naval base, the team is only asked to investigate the Main hanger, which is known as the hub for paranormal activity. And in case you've never heard of Hindenburg, here's a little history lesson for you: The Hindenburg was a German airship filled with hydrogen for buoyancy. In 1937, while trying to dock at the Lakehurst Naval base, it caught fire and killed 36 people. The entire ordeal was caught on film and is still one of the most famous tragedies that has ever been reported. To date, people on the base claim: they've seen shadows, been touched by invisible forces and heard doors slam by themselves. Sounds like paranormals to us, but TAPS heads in to give the official word. After taking a tour of the massive base, the ghost hunters get to work. Jay and Grant begin the hunt on the main floor of Hangar 1. They hear loud humming noises but realize that they are in the middle of a huge building so they attribute the sounds to the size of the space. They have another false alarm when a figure is picked up on the thermal imaging camera that looks like a person under a white sheet. Upon further investigation they see that the "figure" is merely military equipment that looks like a human form from a distance. But later on they do see an actual figure running up the stairwell. Hoping to catch whatever was running from them, each of the investigators walk up the catwalk. Meanwhile hunters Kris and Amy co-investigate the medical facilities area where people claim they've seen paranormals. While there, two lights in the building turn on and off by themselves and neither of the hunters can figure out if the issue is electrical or paranormal. Toward the end of the investigation, Amy and Kris survey the abandoned office area of Hanger one. While the ghost hunters are there, a door closes, the light goe
Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010
1: Alcatraz Live
San Francisco, CA - Alcatraz Island (2-hour, season premiere hosted by Josh Gates of Destination Truth; TAPS reviews their 100th televised investigation before a live, studio audience at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York City).
Wednesday, March 10th, 2010
2: Fort Ticonderoga
An 18th Century fort haunted by the dead of three nations needs help from the TAPS team, and the Ghost Hunters are thrilled to oblige. Fort Ticonderoga has it all: voices from apparitions speaking in French and English, lights flashing, drums and bagpipes playing and even horses stomping.
Wednesday, March 17th, 2010
3: Shamrock Spirits
At Paddy Reilly's Bar in New York City, claims are that the activity is as hot after hours as it is when the bands are playing. The customers are gone but glasses are moving around and voices are speaking! Next the team moves on to the home of abolitionist and author Harriet Beecher Stowe, sadly without Jason who is home with his sick children. After making her name as the author of Uncle Tom's Cabin, Harriet became involved in spiritualism, hosting seances in her home. Stowe engaged a medium to help her communicate with her tragically deceased son.
Wednesday, March 24th, 2010
4: Spirits of Jersey
Any location nicknamed the "graveyard inlet" where thousands have perished is bound to get the hair standing on even the most seasoned investigator's neck! So it goes for the Ghost Hunters as they visit the Tower of Terror, a.k.a. the Absecon Lighthouse in Atlantic City, NJ. In the Asbury Park home of Stephen Crane, author of The Red Badge of Courage, the team arrives to investigate claims of apparitions, children playing and the sounds of crying. In the parlor, people have been bonked on the head with fireplace accessories, and even heard and saw a female apparition. A man in Victorian clothing was seen on the second floor, and people outside the house have seen an image of a woman looking out the attic window.
Wednesday, March 31st, 2010
5: Touched by Evil
This week the team is off for The Southern Mansion in Cape May. Built as a summer home during the civil war, today it is an Inn that has a few guests that aren't checking in at the front desk. Dave Tango's father, Bruce, has experienced first hand some of the paranormal activity at the mansion and is joining the investigation.
Wednesday, April 7th, 2010
6: Haunted Reform School
This week the TAPS team investigates Preston Castle, once a notorious reform school for boys in Northern California. The team will be venturing into new territory in trying to communicate with the ghosts of young boys who made as much trouble when they were living as they're making dead.
Wednesday, April 14th, 2010
7: Ghosts In The Attic
Imagine if your dream house turned into a house of horrors! It happened in Amityville, and it's happening in Plymouth, Mass. Next it's the NJ Bar and Grill where a man was once murdered by his mistress while playing pool. In the bar area, two wine bottles had levitated and hit the ground. A shadow has taunted one of the owners, and oddities have frightened workers out of the basement more than once.
Wednesday, April 21st, 2010
8: Inn of the Dead
The Orleans Inn in Cape Cod, Mass., was once a getaway spot for gangsters and bootleggers (and a house of ill repute) during the roaring twenties. The problem is, some of them never left!
Wednesday, April 28th, 2010
9: Spirits of the Night
The team visits the home of the terrified Scully family who is ready to move. Mrs. Scully shows the team the hot spots starting in the living room that has confrontational shadows, adult legs walking up the stairs and spirits breathing down people's necks.
Wednesday, May 5th, 2010
10: Norwich State
Never before has a paranormal team been invited to investigate Norwich State Hospital. That is- until tonight! Jason and Grant have wanted to visit this abandoned mental hospital for years- rumors of moving shadows, haunting faces, screams and moans and apparitions of children have attracted many an amateur ghost hunter. Yet the state would never allow anyone in officially to verify the claims before this episode of TAPS.
Wednesday, August 25th, 2010
11: Haunted Hotel
The Otesaga Resort Hotel in Cooperstown, NY, has some 4 star claims! Employees are terrified by swinging doors and voices calling their names. Guests are freaking out after hearing non-existent children running the halls and furniture being dragged across the floor upstairs - when they're actually ON the top floor! Shadows, orbs, moaning; this massive hotel has it all!
Wednesday, September 1st, 2010
12: America's First Zoo
The Philadelphia Zoo is the oldest in the country, but the reported Native American burial ground beneath it is even older. While there are no claims of animal ghosts, there are reports from the staff of disembodied voices, footsteps, apparitions and faces peeking through windows and misty shadows. There are 5 buildings to investigate, so the team has its hands quite full.
Wednesday, September 8th, 2010
13: Uninvited Guests
The TAPS team is doubling down tonight! First they investigate The 1875 Inn in Tilton, New Hampshire. Then the team goes to New Jersey to investigate the 18th century Shippen Manor.
Wednesday, September 15th, 2010
14: A Shot In The Dark
TAPS is investigating the Colonial Inn, which has recorded paranormal experiences going back to the 1960s. The activity, which could easily be rumors made real by circumstance in a 300-year-old building, include shadowy figures, people being touched, objects flying off shelves and power surges. The history is amazing, going back to 1775 when wounded soldiers from both the colonial and British armies were brought to the site for care.
Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010
15: Signals From The Past
This week TAPS is checking out the Rose Island Lighthouse off of Newport, R.I. where there's some unusual activity going on. Then later the team hits the world famous Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, where supposedly some famous athletes just can't seem to move on. Case 2 has the team hitting the Baseball Hall of Fame, opened since the 1930s. A key hotspot was in the 19th Century Gallery, which houses relics from as late as the 1790s, where supposedly the spirits gather after hours. In the Ted Williams exhibit, a guest heard the voice of the great slugger whispering encouraging words into his ear. In the gallery of plaques, people report hearing voices coming from the nearly 300 plaques of hall of famers. Do the hero's of America's game return to their plaques to relive the glory days?
Wednesday, September 29th, 2010
16: Lemp Mansion
Let's face it, the Lemp family had some issues. The brewery masters had a beautiful mansion, which stands as a landmark in St. Louis, Missouri. Tragically, the patriarch and three of his children took their own lives inside. Are their ghosts still lingering around the 32-bedroom family home? The TAPS team is about to find out!
Wednesday, October 6th, 2010
17: Grammar School Ghosts
Everyone has a spooky scary tale that all the kids at school knew. "This school is haunted by the ghost of Old Man Jansen who roams the halls looking to eat small children-" or something to that effect. For the Milton Elementary School in Alton, Il., however, the ghost stories may actually be TRUE!
Wednesday, October 13th, 2010
18: Time To Get Touched
The team starts in Columbus, Ohio, at the home of author James Thurber. The hauntings date back to Thurber's residence in the early 1900s. Thurber even wrote The Night the Ghost Got In based on his personal paranormal experiences in the house. Of course, it was built where an insane asylum once stood, where 7 women died and a man killed his wife and himself, so odds are good there are some spirits floating around. Now a museum, people in the building have experienced apparitions and footsteps, lights turning on and off, furniture shaking and a defunct clock spontaneously coming back to life! Later on the team travels to Canfield Casino, built in 1870, in Saratoga New York. In the high stakes room, people have seen the roulette table spinning on its own, a man sighted an apparition of a dress moving up the stairs. In the office, a person had an actual verbal interaction with a man in Victorian garb. And once, the candelabra crystals clinked together with no explanation.
Wednesday, October 20th, 2010
19: The Chopping Block
Things were all hunky-dorey between the spirits and the staff at The Bissman Building, in Mansfield, Ohio. That is, until a paranormal force tried to choke a manager to death. Needless to say, TAPS is rushing to the site to make sure everyone in Mansfield - living or dead -is safe and happy.
Wednesday, October 27th, 2010
20: The Oldest House In Georgia
Ghost Hunters is a double episode has the TAPS team investigating spirits locked up in The Ulster County jail in Kingston, N.Y. From there the gang travels to an Atlanta, GA., to the Antebellum Plantation.
Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010
21: Home Is Where the Haunt Is
Little Falls, NY - Beardslee Castle NOTE: This location was picked as part of the 2008 Great American Ghost Hunt contest, and Savannah, GA - Olsen House
Wednesday, November 10th, 2010
22: Empire State Haunt
it's off to Fort William Henry in Lake George, NY. This place dates back to before the American Revolution. Forts? Usually haunted. Pre-Revolutionary structures? Usually Haunted. Oh, and during the French and Indian war some Native Americans went haywire after defeating the British and began massacring and cannibalizing survivors. Over 1,000 people were killed. Think there may be a ghost or two sticking around from that? After this a recap of the 2010 Ghost Hunters Live Halloween Special at Buffalo Central Terminal in Buffalo, NY.
Wednesday, November 17th, 2010
23: Sloss Furnaces
Meat Loaf is back on the team and he is just full of energy! Tonight the legendary singer turned ghost hunter is joining TAPS as they investigate one of the most notoriously creepy sites in Alabama: Sloss Furnace. The locale has long been on the top of Jason and Grants investigation wish list.
Wednesday, December 1st, 2010
24: TAPS Meets the Real Housewives of Atlanta
Atlanta, GA - Rhodes Hall with guests Nene Leakes, Shereé Whitfield and Kim Zolciak of The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
Wednesday, December 8th, 2010
25: Ghost of Christmas Past
"The Ghosts of Christmas Past" brings TAPS to The Christmas Farm Inn in Jackson, New Hampshire. Then it's off to the Old Stone Court, a revolutionary war fort in Schoharie, New York.
Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011
1: Haunted Town
TAPS opens their seventh season on the road to Alexandria, La., where they investigate several locations, including a tavern and the Diamond Grill restaurant.
Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011
2: Pennsylvania Asylum
TAPS investigates the outrageously spooky Penhurst State School and Hospital in Philadelphia. Penhurst was forcibly closed in 1986 due to maltreatment of patients: people were actually rotting in cages! There’s good reason to for any ghosts of Penhurst to be angry or sad. The building had been built to house around 600 patients, but at the time of its closing was jam-packed with nearly 3,000 individuals who suffered greatly in this facility. Here are the paranormal claims: people being pushed, shadows, a glowing apparition, violent banging and dragging noises. Naturally, there are underground tunnels connecting the buildings, and lots of visuals of ghosts, half torsos of men, doors slamming and voices.
Wednesday, March 9th, 2011
3: Century Of Hauntings
The Voas family in Oxford, Mass., has had enough! Three generations have been haunted by the same old ghosts and they want TAPS to figure out what is going on. Next it’s the U.S.S. Olympia in Philadelphia where both staff and visitors have seen some creepy activity.
Wednesday, March 16th, 2011
4: French Quarter Phantoms
The TAPS team are the first ever paranormal investigators invited to investigate the most haunted vault in America’s most haunted city. The historic Mint building, in New Orleans, was built in the 1800s and now stands as a museum. Paranormal activity includes stories about the ghost of a confederate gambler who was hanged on the front lawn. But only the Ghost Hunters will be able to confirm this.
Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011
5: Hotel Haunts Unleashed
TAPS is in Rapid City, South Dakota- at the foot of Mount Rushmore- investing the Hotel Alex Johnson. This place is so freaky that contractors have walked off the job and refused to return.
Wednesday, March 30th, 2011
6: Frozen In Fear
TAPS heads to Mission Point Resort on Mackinac Island in Michigan. It was built as a retreat in the 1950s. Here resides the ghost of Harvey, a jilted lover who took his own life in the woods. His ghost is supposedly seen throughout this chilling hotel.
Wednesday, April 6th, 2011
7: Residual Haunts
This week the Ghost Hunters head to Fort Knox in Maine, then on to a family in North Carolina desperate for help with their paranormal problems. (P.S. This is a different Fort Knox- not the one with all the gold!) On to the Ferrell house in North Carolina, where recent increases in activity are really freaking out the owner, Janet Ferrell. A large black shadow has scared them in the past, but now there seems to be a ghost touching them and scaring their dog Harley to death!! Good thing Maddie is coming along to sort things out for her canine brethren.
Wednesday, April 13th, 2011
8: Knights of the Living Dead
John Higgins was a collector who had pieces of armor from feudal Europe, ancient Greece and Rome and Japan. Since he died and his collection was turned into a museum, many strange happenings have surrounded the artifacts. The museum workers want to know- and now the viewers want to know- are the hauntings related to Mr. Higgins, or the souls of those who died within these pieces of armor. Odds are good they're dealing with residual haunts at the gallery.
Wednesday, April 20th, 2011
9: A Soldier's Story
When the good folks of Derby decided to renovate and reopen their local opera house- one of the oldest in the country- they had no idea the spirits they were about to awaken! Workers have seen a woman in white, a woman in a sparkling evening gown, a woman in a teal dress, shadows in the balcony and a gentleman dressed in period garb. Could it be the spirit of Mr. Sterling, who died tragically just before the Opera House's 1897 completion. On to North Carolina, where the Leah Rivers is home alone with her two sons and pregnant with her third. Her husband is in Afghanistan, and she's so terrified she wants to move out of her house. Naturally, TAPS rushes to put this family at ease.
Wednesday, June 1st, 2011
10: Pearl Harbor Phantoms
A special episode of Ghost Hunters takes the team to the site of one of America's greatest tragedies Pearl Harbor! Joining the crew is Britt Griffith and Josh Gates from Destination Truth.
Wednesday, August 24th, 2011
Pearl Harbor Phantoms Results. Jason and Grant head back to Rhode Island to answer An urgent call from a Family.
Wednesday, August 31st, 2011
12: Hill View Manor
TAPS visits Hill View Manor, a former poorhouse and retirement home said to be inhabited by several spirits, some friendly, and some not.
Thursday, September 8th, 2011
13: Dark Shadows
TAPS is summoned to Newport, R.I., to investigate Seaview Terrace, the setting for the gothic soap-opera, "Dark Shadows," where a door handle is said to have turned on its own and seemingly inexplicable footsteps and banging have been heard.
Wednesday, September 14th, 2011
14: Ghostly Evidence
TAPS visits the Reed Homestead of Townsend, Massachusetts, where sightings of a ghostly grieving mother are reported. Next, they investigate stories of an apparition of a Confederate soldier at Summerseat Farm in Maryland.
Wednesday, September 21st, 2011
15: Ghost Of Carnegie
TAPS looks into stories of doors slamming, apparitions and disembodied voices at the Carnegie Library in Philadelphia.
Wednesday, September 28th, 2011
16: Harvesting Murder
TAPS investigates Hawaii's Plantation Village in Waipahu, where sightings of a ghostly girl and possibly haunted artifacts are reported. Later, the team visits Ventfort Hall in Lenox, Massachusetts.
Wednesday, October 5th, 2011
17: Well Of Horror
Jason along with daughter Haily, visit a house to investigate child ghosts who occasionally bounce balls and are heard walking back and forth on the third floor. Jason allows Haily to take the lead on her first investigation, as he believes that child ghosts are more apt to make contact with younger females. The group just might have thought correctly after Haily hears whispering voices.
Wednesday, October 12th, 2011
18: Roasts And Ghosts
TAPS investigate the world famous New York Friar's Club! There won't be much laughing at the eerie Main Street Armory in Rochester, however, when TAPS checks into their claims of paranormal. Starting at the Friar's Club, the famous hang out for comedians known for roasting one another in Manhattan. In addition to jokes, people hear voices whispering, doors opening and closing and have seen apparitions throughout the building. Could it be the ghost of comedian Al Kelly, who died in the dining room? Other claims include cold spots, people being touched, shadow figures that speak, and full bodied apparitions. Next, the team heads on to the Main Street Armory! Given all the live firing activities that have gone on there, the chances that soldiers perished here are quite high. People see apparitions dressed in military garb. In the office, something continually moves items around a table to the point where the owner, Scott Donaldson, changed the locks on the doors. As a blind man, he relies on things being exactly in their place.Even with the doors locked, his belongings are continually moved about.
Wednesday, October 19th, 2011
19: Stage Fright
The Rapids Theater in Niagra Falls, NY was built in 1921, but the suicide of an actress years ago has placed a paranormal shadow over the building. Claims include apparitions crossing the stage, a woman's voice and female whistling and high heels clicking. Doors also tend to open and close on their own, including a fire door in the front tunnels, a type of basement. In the Orchestra Pit, people see legs walking around in the auditorium when there is no one there.
Wednesday, October 26th, 2011
20: Murdered Matron
Robert Richard Randall was a philanthropic sailor who donated Snug Harbor to the city to provide housing and services to retired sailors in the 1800s. While there are no sailors there today, there certainly are some apparitions. In the matron's cottage, the matron's young mentally ill son had been chained in the basement. He escaped and murdered his mother, and was later hanged for his crime. Her ghost has been spotted in several locations across the campus. Other claims include a steeple bell ringing unexpectedly and a woman dancing in the chapel, plus doors slamming and apparitions in the music hall- one was even captured in a photograph! Could it be the ghost of the matron?
Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011
21: The Bloodiest 47 Acres
Spectral inmates are sought at Missouri State Penitentiary in Jefferson City.
Wednesday, November 9th, 2011
22: Voices of Pain
Louisville's Waverly Hills Sanatorium is revisited for a probe of the nurses' wing.
Wednesday, November 16th, 2011
23: Distillery of Spirits
The team visits Kentucky to probe a distillery where the ghost of a colonel may lurk and to investigate a nightclub with a grim past.
Wednesday, November 30th, 2011
24: Membership Denied
Probing Connecticut's Hartford Elks Lodge #19, where doors are said to jiggle on their own and phantom voices have been heard. Also: Missouri's Morse Mill Hotel is investigated.
Wednesday, December 7th, 2011
25: Christmas Spirit
Oh haunted town of Bethlehem. TAPS investigates an historic inn and then an old roadhouse in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Though it's Christmas City, Bethlehem has some spirits that aren't quite so bright! The town would love to find peace on earth for those souls whose bodies have long departed. At the Sun Inn, the belief is that the ghost of a little girl is caught in the building's attic. She could be Sarah a little girl who died at the inn. In the Guest Room, people hear her singing. In the Great Room and dining room, people have seen an apparition outside the window looking in- on the second floor! In the attic, a visitor brought a teddy bear and was poked in the side as the bear was knocked out of his hands. Other visitors heard her crying "don't go" when they tried to leave the attic. The next night, TAPS heads to the Hanoverville Roadhouse, where a little boy's apparition has been seen with tears in his eyes. He is about 8 to 10 years old with dark hair and dark clothing, and he is very, very sad. He has tapped customers on the hip. In the owner's bedroom a ghost actually SAT on the bed with the resident owner and he couldn't move because the covers were pinned under invisible weight!
Wednesday, January 11th, 2012
1: Roller Ghoster
It's the season 8 premier of Ghost Hunters and it is going to be good! TAPS is investigating a haunted amusement park in Mason, Ohio that has a restless spirit yearning to stay on the rides. Later, a family is frightened in their home and call on the Ghost Hunters for help.
Wednesday, January 18th, 2012
2: Buyer Beware
Tonight the Ghost Hunters visit a hotel haunted by the spirit of a suicide victim, and later come to the rescue of a couple that is ready to leave their home because the paranormal activity is too much to handle. Don't move! Call the Ghost Hunters!
Wednesday, January 25th, 2012
3: Flooded Souls
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS investigates the abandoned Hales Bar Dam and Marina that is supposedly cursed by a Cherokee chief! Are the ghosts of dead workers trapped in the world of walls?
Wednesday, February 1st, 2012
4: Dead & Breakfast
TAPS heads to Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee, where the Thomas House Bed and Breakfast apparently has guests that don't want to leave. Leave this realm, that is. Built in 1890 by the Coyd family, many members of the family died in the house and are causing the current owners, the Cole family, great concern. The Cole family now own the building and want to know what exactly is haunting their home and business, and what can they do?
Wednesday, February 8th, 2012
5: Moonshine & Madness
Memories of slavery, murder and madness plague a notorious mansion in Virginia.
Wednesday, February 15th, 2012
6: City Hell
TAPS investigates claims that the city hall in Providence, R.I., is haunted by a former mayor; a child is traumatized by spirits at his grandparents' home.
Wednesday, April 11th, 2012
TAPS investigates a haunted fraternity house, and a Coast Guard ship that survived the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Wednesday, April 18th, 2012
8: A Ghost Of A Marine
The team ventures to a Maryland navel base to find out if a marine's ghost is calling rank from the afterlife
Wednesday, April 25th, 2012
9: A Family Of Spirits
TAPS heads to an old brewery where two sisters are still running the business... from their graves! Can the team reach this family of spirits that is refusing to leave? Later, a pregnant woman is being targeted by a spirit in her historic home, so she calls on the Ghost Hunters to save her and her baby!
Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012
10: Haunted By Heroes
Purported paranormal activity is investigated on the USS Yorktown.
Wednesday, May 9th, 2012
11: The Princess And The Evp
TAPS returns to the Mt. Washington resort in search of a paranormal princess who refuses to check out.
Wednesday, May 16th, 2012
12: Please Sign The Ghost Book
Grant Wilson's last investigation takes place at the Spalding Inn in Whitefield, N.H.
Wednesday, September 5th, 2012
13: A Serial Killer's Revenge
Tonight the team investigates Old City Jail, a historic location in Charleston, South Carolina that's one of the most haunted locations in the country. The jail dates back to the 1700s and imprisoned Lavinia Fisher, a violent female serial killer who was executed (reportedly wearing her wedding dress).
Wednesday, September 12th, 2012
14: Camp Fear
A camp in Georgia is investigated; a family's home in Marion, N.C., is probed.
Wednesday, September 19th, 2012
15: French Quarter Massacre
A trip to New Orleans includes a probe of the site of a fatal fire. Also: visits to a mortuary and a cemetery where some of the victims were taken.
Wednesday, September 26th, 2012
16: Don't Feed The Apparition
Strange goings-on at Louisiana's Alexandria Zoo are investigated; and a new member joins the team.
Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012
17: Ghostly Refuge
TAPS travels to Oswego, N.Y., to investigate reports of paranormal activity at Fort Ontario, which during World War II served as home to Jewish refugees.
Wednesday, October 10th, 2012
18: Paranormal Politics
Two investigations tonight, one of which includes the ghost of a dead Louisiana congressman. This is going to be good! Employees at the Old State Capital Building in Baton Rouge, Louisiana are tired of encountering spirits and have asked TAPS to check out the activity like shadows, noises and voices. Many suspect the soul of Pierre Couvillan, who died in the building after a heated debate over gambling. Tom Clarke, the client and distant relative of congressman Couvillan, has been physically bumped by an invisible entity. Also, the building was once a prison for Union soldiers during the Civil War so those spirits could well be present too. Steve and Jay aren't 10 seconds into the investigation when a door slams and they hear footsteps running away from them! They capture footsteps on the recorder as well! Meanwhile, Amy and Adam play blackjack even though they don't know how, in hopes of drawing out Couvillan. They get a series of noises in response, so the strategy worked! Then the two see a shadow move across the doorway in the basement and hear a voice. This place is actually a little scary! STOP: All teams hear a crazy squealing sound at the same time! What was that?! At the end of the investigation, the team has lots of personal activity and recorded evidence of the paranormal. They cannot confirm that it's Couvillan, but at least the employees know they're not crazy! Next, the Magnolia Plantation in Charleston, S.C. is one of the most haunted locations in the country. The team has been asked to determine if the paranormal activity on the plantation are the ghosts of the Drayton Family, which has owned the property since the 1600s. One distant uncle was accidentally shot while hunting and died on the front porch- could it be him? People have seen an apparition and a one-handed broken clock has suddenly chimed for no reason. Hopefully, the team can offer scientific evidence to back the claims. And if they are able to find evidence, Tayl
Wednesday, October 17th, 2012
19: Curtain Call
On this episode of Ghost Hunters, TAPS travels to Joliet, IL to check on the historic Rialto Square Theater, where the ghost of a little boy has all employees and crew on edge. Back in the 1920s, this theater hosted famous entertainers and vaudeville stars. But today's unseen visitors are stealing the show! People have been touched, seen objects moved and heard a child's laughter when no child was present. In the 1930s, a little boy named Kevin was hit by a car in front of the theater, and many believe his is the ghost that haunts the historic site. His shadow has been spotted several times and visitors even tried to have him removed from an all-girl's party! One child even reported playing with a little boy named Kevin, when there were no other children there. Whoa. And Kevin is not alone! There's a woman in white who haunts the balcony and plays the organ. TAPS is on call to help sort out these spirits and make employees feel safe at work. Side note! Amy is on maternity leave, which means she can't help out in this huge building. Jason's daughter Haylee is on site, with KJ and newbie Ashley to help pick up the slack. The investigation turns up some interesting results. Steve is freaked out by a moving shadow, but it can't be seen on the big screen. KJ and Britt chase shadows in the coatroom, and they both see what COULD BE the lady in white on the balcony. WOW. In the star's dressing room, Steve and Jason find that the EMF levels are at dangerously high levels. The room is so unsafe that it's messing up their monitors! The high levels could give power to the spirits, but it could also make people hallucinate and feel extremely uncomfortable. In the auditorium Ashley and Adam see a shadow running around the aisles, it's small. Is it Kevin?! Meanwile Tango and Steve see the shadow shaped like a woman in the rotunda. This entire place is freaky! Analysis of the footage produces audio of a child's laugh, video of the shadows and a strange l
Wednesday, October 24th, 2012
20: Fear Factory
A former shoe and furniture factory in Claremont, N.H., is investigated.
Wednesday, October 31st, 2012
21: Tunnels of Terror
The team explore an underworld of tunnels in Lockport, N.Y., and uncover stories of a possible murder, numerous deaths and strange goings-on.
Wednesday, November 7th, 2012
22: Heir Apparition
The team travels to the Governor's Mansion in Hampton Falls, New Hampshire, where there are rumors of hauntings caused by State Senator Warren Brown's illegitimate child, who was murdered; TAPS heads to Kentucky to help a woman with reports of seeing figures and hearing odd noises in her home.
Wednesday, November 14th, 2012
23: Paranormal Pioneers
Josh Gates joins the team as they investigate a spooky castle minutes away from his childhood home!
Wednesday, November 21st, 2012
24: Higher Dead-ucation
The team visit Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Ky.
Wednesday, November 28th, 2012
25: Due Date With Death
The Atlantic Paranormal Society travels to the city of Rochester in the state of New York to uncover a haunting secret that the Rochester Public Library, an establishment that has been around since 1801, has kept below the radar for 15 years.
Wednesday, December 5th, 2012
26: Haunted Home for the Holiday
The Ghost Hunters revisit one of their favorite haunts: The Mark Twain House in Hartford, CT! The frightening activity in the house has increased ever since TAPS' last visit, and the team is ready to figure out this haunted mystery.
Thursday, January 17th, 2013
1: Hollywood Horror Stories
Hooray for Hollywood? Actually, this time Hollywood is cheering for TAPS as they come in to solve some age-old mysteries in famed haunted locations. The season 9 opener starts at The Sowden House. This is the site of the Black Dalia murder. They meet Steve Hodell, whose surgeon father was the original suspect in the vicious attack. This is L.A.'s most infamous murder, where Elizabeth Short was surgically cut in half, and both halves were carefully posed on the side of the road. George believes his father murdered 9 other women in the basement. His sister, Rita, saw apparitions in the basement. Rita's experiences include seeing shadows in the night, hearing voices and other strange sounds- including chains being dragged. Everyone wants to know who these spirits are and what they want. An intensely personal request, which is what TAPS does best. Big news!! Michelle Tate, runner up from Ghost Hunters academy, is now joining the team. Everyone is excited to see her, and Jason reminds her that professionalism is key, and she needs to remember that not every noise is paranormal. During the investigation, K.J. and Britt monitor the cameras and notice a figure walking halfway across the room and then returning to the bathroom that was likely the murder scene. What is that?? It looks like half a human being, and Elizabeth Short was cut in half! Jason believes that whether the ghost haunting the house is the spirit of George Hodell or one of his victims, they would be more apt to reach out to Michelle. So she's alone in the bathroom, and hears footsteps and pacing. In the basement, K.J. and Britt mix the shadow detector and the laser grid technologies. They see odd movements and hear strange noises. Later, Michelle and Adam hear a woman's voice in the hallway. Analysis revealed that the footsteps Michelle heard in the bathroom were from someone outside, and the figure that Britt and K.J. saw turned out to be a crew member. Bummer! That w
Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013
2: Ghost Mission
Josh Gates of Destination Truth joins TAPS as they investigate the centuries old Mission of San Jaun Capistrano.
Wednesday, January 30th, 2013
3: Prescription For Fear
Renovations at Peoria Asylum in Bartonville, Illinois, are slowed down by strange occurrences, which are investigated by the team.
Wednesday, February 6th, 2013
4: Permanent Residents
An investigation into the 1890 House in Cortland, N.Y., delves into the background of the mansion's original owner, businessman Chester F. Wickwire, and his ancestors.
Wednesday, February 13th, 2013
5: All Ghosts On Deck
Kentucky sure has its share of ghosts! Tonight TAPS returns to the Bluegrass State to investigate The Belle of Louisville, the oldest operating steamboat in America. The beautiful and colorful exterior of this vessel isn't enough to cover up the ship's history of rumors, mystery and murder! Captain Winters, the longtime head of the steamboat, was not a nice guy. Apparently he sent one of his mates, Floyd, to the paddle wheel and then turned it on, killing Floyd! Winters later died on the ship of a heart attack. Mark Doty, the current captain, is skeptical of paranormal claims. But his crew has seen more than their share of activity. Shadow figures, moving blue lights, voices, whispering, doors swinging and even a face-to-face encounter with the ghost of Captain Winters! The crew is freaked out by the increasing intensity of the experiences, and suspect that the activity has moved to the neighboring lifesaving station as well. Captain Doty would like TAPS to put his night watchmen at ease. During the investigation, Britt and Michelle conclude that high EMF levels may be serving as a conduit for the spirits moving between the two ships. Jason and Steve chase footsteps from the boiler room to the ballroom to the gangway, but can't find the source. A mysterious swinging door catches Tango and Michelle's attention, but it turns out the wind is the culprit. Jason and Steve continue to chase Floyd on the neighboring ship, but determine that the high EMF levels on that ship could be causing the crew to misguidedly perceive paranormal activity. On the main deck, Britt and Adam see a large black shadow just where the ship crew claims to see figures, and they can't debunk it. Britt and Adam experience shuffling footsteps and flashing lights in the life saving station and continue to hear unusual noises. In the captain's quarters, they have shocking conversation with Captain Winters. Michelle and Britt then have a conversation with Floyd in the l
Wednesday, February 20th, 2013
6: Ghosts From Hale
The TAPS team travels to CT to investigate the Nathan Hale homestead.
Wednesday, February 27th, 2013
7: Scream Park
The team investigate paranormal activity being reported by the new owner of an amusement park in Sylvan Beach, N.Y
Wednesday, June 12th, 2013
8: The Ghost Hasn't Left the Building
The team travel to Louisiana to investigate the Shreveport Municipal Auditorium, a National Historic Landmark where famous singers like Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash got their start.
Wednesday, June 19th, 2013
9: Ghost Friends Forever
A Little Rock family believe a bungalow that they inherited is cursed
Wednesday, June 26th, 2013
10: Vintage Spirits
Reports of paranormal activity at the Belvoir Winery in Liberty, Mo., are investigated
Wednesday, July 10th, 2013
11: Hoover Damned
Nevada's Boulder City Hospital is investigated.
Wednesday, July 17th, 2013
12: Something In The Water
The Elms Hotel and Spa in Excelsior Springs, Mo., is investigated by the team.
Wednesday, October 9th, 2013
13: Undying Love
The team travel to Monticello, Ark., to investigate a mansion where, according to legend, a woman committed suicide over an ill-fated and secret love.
Wednesday, October 16th, 2013
14: The Coroner's Case
Tonight the team heads to Shreveport, Louisiana, where they visit two separate locations on the same night- and it will be an intense investigation!
Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013
15: Shock Island
The team investigate the Pennsylvania Asylum and Testing Lab in Scott Township, Pa.
Wednesday, October 30th, 2013
16: Hyde And Seek
TAPS takes on one of the most exciting locations in a long time: Hyde Hall in Cooperstown, NY. This 19th century mansion is stunning, but the one-time lady of the house has apparently left a stain on this architectural wonder. The house was built by George Clark, but when he died his children pushed their mother, Anne Clark, out of the house. Legend says she put a curse on the mansion saying no woman would ever be happy there.
Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014
17: Orphans of Gettysburg
The team travel to Pennsylvania to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg and visit a former orphanage with a history of ghostly sightings.
Wednesday, January 29th, 2014
18: Phantom Fleet
Michelle's last case with the team takes her to a naval park in Buffalo to investigate three former service vessels that are alleged to be haunted.
Wednesday, February 5th, 2014
19: Don't Forget About Us
Old homes harbor secrets. The TAPS team is about to discover this amidst an oddly-shaped house with secret passages.
Wednesday, February 12th, 2014
20: Family Plot
The TAPS team visit Lucas, Ohio, where they investigate the 1896 case of a woman who killed her entire family, and explore the home of a Pulitzer Prize-winning author.
Wednesday, February 19th, 2014
21: Dead Presidents
Tonight's investigations have TAPS confronting the ghosts of dead Presidents! First, the team investigates the Belle Grove Plantation in King George, Virginia, which is the birthplace of James Madison. Then, they move to Jordan Springs in Winchester, Virginia. The springs are believed to have healing powers that attracted many dignitaries, including Theodore Roosevelt! Now the ghosts of dignitaries haunt both locations!
Wednesday, February 26th, 2014
22: Nine Men's Misery
TAPS heads to Rhode Island, where the graves of murdered colonists (and some monks) haven't been allowed to rest in peace.
Wednesday, October 8th, 2014
23: An Officer and an Apparition
The TAPS team celebrate their 10th anniversary when they travel to the Old City Hall in Brunswick, Ga., to investigate claims that a person who died during a 19th-century shooting is haunting the premises today.
Wednesday, October 15th, 2014
24: A Textbook Case
TAPS is called to an abandoned school in Barnegat, New Jersey to see if the souls of students are still roaming the halls.
Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014
25: 200th Episode: Grant Is Back
TAPS return to the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, W.Va., for their 200th episode, which finds the team reunited with Grant, Dustin and Joe. Included: Efforts are made to reach former patients who suffered tragic lives in the hospital.
Wednesday, October 29th, 2014
26: Phantoms of the Opera
The TAPS team celebrate Halloween as they investigate reports of paranormal activity at the Cincinnati Music Hall in Ohio.
Wednesday, August 26th, 2015
1: Barrels of Boos
In the Season 10 premiere, the Wild Turkey Distillery in Kentucky is investigated by TAPS, who look for traces of the ghosts of the founding family members.
Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015
2: Too Many Apparitions in the Kitchen
The TAPS team investigate the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, N.Y., for signs of the spirits of Jesuit priests who once lived, worked and were buried on the CIA campus.
Wednesday, September 9th, 2015
3: Last Will and Evidence
A bride-to-be needs TAPS help in determining if her dream venue is safe despite claims of terrifying phenomena.
Wednesday, September 16th, 2015
4: Over My Dead Body
A trip to St. Charles, Mo., to investigate the historic Main Street finds the team trying to determine whether buildings constructed over a cemetery could be the reason why people experience unnerving sightings.
Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015
5: Fright at the Opera
The team investigate the Burlingame and Chaffee Opera House in Carthage, Mo.; and they visit a private residence in Connecticut to help a family who believe a presence has taken over their home and children.
Wednesday, September 30th, 2015
6: There Ghosts the Neighborhood
TAPS travel to Missouri to help three generations of a family living on what they believe to be a haunted estate; and in Massachusetts, the team investigate whether one ghost is connected to two different properties.
Wednesday, October 7th, 2015
7: The Plot Thickens
The TAPS team travel to Woonsocket, R.I., to investigate a theater owner's claim that spirits are traveling between two buildings.
Wednesday, October 14th, 2015
8: Fortress of Phantoms
The team travel to Fort Adams in Newport, R.I., where they investigate three deadly events, none of which involved battle casualties.
Wednesday, October 21st, 2015
9: Houghton Hears a Who?
The team investigate Houghton Mansion in North Adams, Mass., where they suspect unexplained phenomena on the property relates back to a deadly car accident.
Wednesday, October 28th, 2015
10: Darker Learning
The team investigate a college in Bennington, Vt.., after hearing reports of frightening paranormal activity, which they trace back to the legend of a mysterious love triangle and suicides.
Wednesday, November 4th, 2015
11: Innocent Until Proven Dead
TAPS arrive in Louisville to investigate whether a trio's ancestors still inhabit their property; and in Pennsylvania, the team work to solve a tragic hanging in the Old Cumberland County Prison.
Wednesday, November 11th, 2015
12: Rockets Red Scare
TAPS investigate the USS Constitution, the famous ship better known as "Old Ironsides," during a trip to Boston. Later, they meet historical reenacters in Kentucky who claim they've encountered spirits of early settlers in Old Fort Harrod State Park.
Wednesday, November 18th, 2015
13: 1st Edition Apparition
Season 10 concludes with a trip back to the Mount, Edith Wharton's home in Lenox, Mass., to investigate reports of increased paranormal activity since TAPS last visited in 2008.
Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016
1: All Aboard the Ghost Train
In the Season 11 premiere, TAPS travel to Cleveland to investigate a historic roundhouse and rail yard, which they discover is connected to more than just old trains. Their findings include the frightening remnants of a serial killer, horrific accidents and a terrible crash.
Wednesday, August 10th, 2016
2: Ghost Guards
A ghostly mystery is investigated in an armory that has been standing for more than 100 years. TAPS conclude that female leadership coincides with increased paranormal activity and that either outraged deceased members or the death of an employee could be the reason behind it.
Wednesday, August 17th, 2016
3: Phantom for the First Course
The renowned Whitney restaurant in Detroit, which was once owned by a lumber baron in the 1800s, is investigated by the team who suspect deceased family members could be haunting its halls, stirred to life by renovations and construction around the property.
Wednesday, August 24th, 2016
4: Children in the Attic
TAPS investigate one of the oldest yacht clubs in the U.S., which is also purportedly one of the most haunted. Included: A mother and her son are entangled in phenomena involving a frightening family from the past with a strange story to tell.
Wednesday, August 31st, 2016
5: Paranormal Pirates
A new "living history event" is blamed for a spike in frightening paranormal activity at Fort Taber-Fort Rodman in New Bedford, Mass.
Wednesday, September 7th, 2016
6: Fighting Spirit
It's reality home renovation with that Ghost Hunters twist. TAPS must determine if the renovation of an armory could provoke spirits with violent pasts.
Wednesday, September 14th, 2016
7: Public Poltergeist Number One
The Old Lake County Jail in Crown Point, Ind., made famous when "most wanted" gangster John Dillinger escaped in 1934, is investigated by TAPS over reports of aggressive "prisoners" reopening sealed areas and doors. Later, the team travel to the historic My Old Kentucky Home where tragically 16 people died within 24 hours of contracting cholera. Uh-oh.
Wednesday, September 21st, 2016
8: Angel of Death
A beautiful old inn that was once part of the Underground Railroad is investigated by TAPS to determine whether the 150th anniversary to the end of the Civil War could be stirring spirits. Later, a pizzeria is found to have a dark energy of hangings, prisoners and threatening entities, which could make it a risky place to hold a children's birthday party.
Wednesday, September 28th, 2016
9: Overdue for Death
A library recently designated as a literary landmark is investigated over reports of ghostly visitors with a thirst for knowledge.
Wednesday, October 5th, 2016
10: Stone Cold Colonists
The former home of a surgeon is thought to be haunted by the restless spirits of the doctor's subjects of research. Later, TAPS try to bring peace to an 1800s jail as they encounter the ghosts of its long-deceased insane and indigent inhabitants.
Wednesday, October 12th, 2016
11: Haunting of the Garde
The team investigate a theater built in the 1920s, which is rumored to be haunted by a prominent New London whaling family who lived in a mansion that once stood on the site.
Wednesday, October 19th, 2016
12: Dudley Dead Wright
A homeowner worries that evil entities could threaten her family because her property borders what was once a cursed 1740s village. Also: A restaurant and nearby house seem to be linked by spirits.
Wednesday, October 26th, 2016
13: Manor of Mystery
A museum director and volunteer are worried that an upcoming Victorian exhibit could agitate entities from that time period. Joining the team on their investigation are actors Rachel Nichols and Jonathan Sadowski.
Wednesday, August 21st, 2019
1: School Spirit
The Ghost Hunters are back! Original founding member, Grant Wilson, returns with a new team of investigators. In their very first case, Grant is contacted by the principal of a century-old high school in Pocatello, Idaho that has long been rumored to be haunted. During her tenure, the principal has dismissed many of these rumors as mere urban legends. However, when the school’s security cameras capture an unexplained electrical disturbance followed by what appears to be a ghostly apparition in the hallway, she begins to fear there may be some truth to the local legends. Might Pocatello High School truly be haunted? Or is there some other explanation? The Ghost Hunters are on the case to investigate.
Wednesday, August 28th, 2019
2: The Lady in the Window
The team travels to Albion, NY to help a home renovator whose dream project now has him living inside a nightmare. After being mysteriously drawn to a sprawling estate in ruins, Tony spent the past 12 years restoring the crumbling property to its former mid-19th century glory. As he diligently worked to complete his vision, paranormal activity and a chilling photograph of an apparition in the attic window led Tony to decide it was time to move on. Now he’s convinced that something or someone doesn’t want to let him go. Then, Grant and his team spring into action as they learn about a tale of warring wives and tragic death on the property that has them believing the home may be haunted by one of its former matriarchs. Will they find the answers the homeowner needs? Or will they uncover a spirit’s secret agenda that will change his life forever?
Wednesday, September 4th, 2019
3: Return to St. Augustine
The team comes to the aid of a woman in Hanover, PA, who has been tortured for years by unexplained activity in her home. After repeatedly getting scratched and even being thrown down the stairs, Deanna and her husband, Tom, have finally decided to flee their home for good. But before she leaves, Deanna needs closure, and it’s up to the Ghost Hunters to bring it to her. Then, Grant returns to the St. Augustine Lighthouse, site of some of the most compelling paranormal evidence ever captured in Ghost Hunters history when the team is summoned to investigate a reported increase in paranormal activity, both in and around the undeniably haunted landmark. Is paranormal activity at St. Augustine truly heating up? Or is the Lighthouse’s haunted reputation merely activating the imaginations of staff and visitors?
Wednesday, September 11th, 2019
4: The Cursed Castle
When Jimmy’s father built the castle of his dreams, he didn’t know it would one day turn into a nightmare! The stately hotel was once a famous retreat, offering its visitors the perfect weekend escape. Unfortunately, these days, many guests and staff have found themselves seeking escape from a variety of spirits! After a flurry of recent activity, owners Jimmy and Shayla Landoll’s nerves are frayed. Fearing for the safety of their staff and guests, not to mention their family, the couple reaches out to Grant and the Ghost Hunters for help. The team discovers that there is a history of destructive fires on the property and Daryl enlists the help of a forensic sketch artist in hopes of identifying the mysterious “woman in white” encountered by several staff members.
Wednesday, September 18th, 2019
5: There's Something in the Seminary
Grant and the team travel to the nearly 200-year-old Madison Seminary in Madison, Ohio to help an enterprising amateur ghost hunter who got more than he bargained for when he purchased the former women's psychiatric hospital. After witnessing aggressive paranormal activity and a sudden rise in fear and discord among his staff, the new owner is now afraid his popular ghost tours may no longer be safe for the public. Upon hearing disturbing stories about the seminary's alleged dark history, the team sets out to uncover the cause of recent paranormal unrest on the property.
Wednesday, October 9th, 2019
6: Dancing with the Dead
The Athenaeum is a cultural center that has stood proudly in the heart of Indianapolis, Indiana for over a hundred years. Ironically, when the Ghost Hunters arrive at this prodigious location, it’s in the building’s history that Mustafa uncovers a story that turns the investigation upside down. Dr. Knabe, a trailblazing female doctor who met a grisly end in the early 20th century, is linked to this building. She was violently murdered in her apartment just two blocks from The Athenaeum and afterward there were countless reports of people seeing her appear around the storied halls of the cultural center. After night one yields very little results, Grant resorts to a never before used tactic in hopes of drawing out Dr. Knabe and any other entities that may still be haunting their beloved cultural center. Will this crazy stunt actually work?
Wednesday, October 16th, 2019
7: Suicide Hotel
The team journeys to the Original Springs Hotel in Okawville, Ill., after reports of specter sightings and unexplained activity, combined with the resort's remarkably morbid history, have the owner's son concerned for the safety of his mother.
Wednesday, October 16th, 2019
8: Home for the Haunting
The team comes to the aid of a single mother and her young son who are afraid that spirits in their Victorian house in Willimantic, Conn., may be a threat to their safety; Kristen investigates claims of a child's voice in an upstairs bedroom.
Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019
9: You've Been Warned
The former owner of the Duff Green Mansion in Vicksburg, Miss., warns the new owner of the bed-and-breakfast about the strange paranormal activity he observed at the mansion for decades, but she simply does not believe in ghosts.
Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019
10: Blood on the Bayou
A Louisiana woman worries that her family plantation may be haunted by its troubled past; with countless deaths on the property over the plantation's 200-year history, the list of spirits that may be present at the large estate is seemingly endless.
Wednesday, October 30th, 2019
11: Hospital Horror
Cousins Luke and Chelsea purchase a hospital that was abandoned for 44 years and want to turn it into a bed and breakfast; their plans come to a screeching halt as strange things begin to happen soon after starting renovations.
Wednesday, October 30th, 2019
12: Hospital Horror
Cousins Luke and Chelsea purchase a hospital that was abandoned for 44 years and want to turn it into a bed and breakfast; their plans come to a screeching halt as strange things begin to happen soon after starting renovations.
Wednesday, April 8th, 2020
1: Episode 1
Wednesday, April 8th, 2020
2: Episode 2