WELCOME TO THE DOUBLE DIGITS! Thank you so much for listening to nine hours of us talking about Ghost Adventures. This one's a hoot and a half, as the boys dive into St. Augustine Florida for a trip through a state park that somehow manages to be culturally insensitive both to Spanish People as well as the Native population in what is now the USA. Cool beans, Zak!!!
This week we welcome two new guest hosts, our former neighbors Dani and Melanie! They took time out of their busy schedules to come watch Zak, Nick, and Aaron traipse through a nasty rotten old building that very well could have killed them.
Join us for a trip to Ione, California, a town home to an old castle that used to be a prison. Or a trade school. A combination prison and trade school. It was rough back in the turn of the 20th century y'all.
CW: Sexual Violence, Death, Public Execution, Inmate Abuse
We gotta get real explicit with this one - the guys take a trip to a pretty infamous prison, and let's just say Zak is far from "on his best behavior" in this episode. In fact he's on some pretty shitty behavior. Aaron, as always, is a light in the darkness.
Laura-Ray and Austin are back for a trip to an oldass prison in Boise, ID (our neck of the woods, relatively) - and despite the fact that this is an extra long one, you may notice a conspicuous dearth of Ghost Evidence. Go figure.
This week the fellas take a skip 'cross the pond to Jolly old England! Well, actually Scotland. Don't let them know we got that wrong, there's something of a... contentious history there.
The boys have found out about an underground vault system that is (naturally) lousy with ghosts, so they do what they do best - lock themselves in and scream a lot at nobody in particular. It's a great time for everyone.
Sorry about the lack of episode last week, one of our hosts was on vacation!
Today on Insanely Haunted, you get to meet our hand! That's right, the big spooky hand that you associate with our show (I hope) belongs to our guest for tonight's episode, and Guess what: it's a dumb one!
The boys are headed to Upstate New Jersey to investigate a place whose name is withheld to protect the ghosts. How thoughtful.
Sooooo, there might have been a substance involved in the production of this episode which is... questionably legal in most places. We live in the great state of Washington though, so you KNOW we had to party on some of that devil's lettuce - which turns out to be a thematically appropriate name, considering where the boys are headed this week.
Sloss Furnace was a real shit-show when it was in operation. DEFINITELY not the boys' most OSHA-approved investigation. We get some spooky footage here, and not just the paranormal kind. Get ready for a new face - one you might see a lot more down the road.
This episode takes us to West Palm Beach, Florida, where a patchwork village has been assembled from old historic houses ripped from their original foundation. Why? Nobody in the Ghost Adventures Crew thinks to ask. Kind of fucked up, right? Anyway, apologies that this one is so short - the boys really phoned this one in. We're very disappointed.
So this is our second go at recording this particular episode because of some bad sound goblins that fucked up our initial recording. We chased them out using some very aggressive taunting. Speaking of which, Zak Bagans is a real certified shithead in this episode, and we can't really make excuses about it. We promise he gets less problematic... kinda.
Bobby Mackey's Music World is famous, not because it's owned an operated by a real live country western singer, but because it's reportedly haunted as fuck. That's gotta feel pretty rough if you're Bobby Mackey.