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'Ghost Adventures' host Zak Bagans announces that he is back on Facebook

Zak Bagans announces that he is back on Facebook
Zak Bagans announces that he is back on Facebook
Photos courtesy of Facebook via Zak Bagans

Zak Bagans has been busy this year from hosting two paranormal shows, to filming documentaries, and he is even finding the time to dabble in real estate by buying haunted houses. Despite being so busy, Bagans tries to make some time in hectic schedule to shoot the breeze with his army of fans and he announced that he was back on Facebook last night on his Twitter page just so he can do just that.

Zak Bagans is best known for starring in and hosting the Travel Channel's most popular series "Ghost Adventures" which is currently in its ninth season. The series began as an independent documentary film that first aired on the Syfy Channel on July 27, 2007. "Ghost Adventures" follows paranormal investigators Zak Bagans, Nick Groff, and Aaron Goodwin as they explore alleged haunted locations.

"Hey guys I'm back," Bagans posted on his public Facebook page after six months of being absent from the site. Bagans announced on his Twitter page yesterday that he plans to use the social networking site to keep in contact with his fans. Bagans also has a personal Facebook page.

Bagans also announced that the "Ghost Adventures" season finale airs Saturday at 9 pm on the Travel Channel and that the popular paranormal series will be coming back for a tenth season this fall.

In addition to hosting the "Ghost Adventures" series, Bagan also hosts a spin off series that first aired on April 26. "Ghost Adventures: Aftershocks" ran for 13 episodes this spring, in which past guests from "Ghost Adventures" returned to tell their ghost stories. In the new series, Bagans invited some of the people that they have encountered from the original series to Las Vegas for an update on how their lives are now.

"Ghost Adventures" host Zak Bagans is developing a new television show called "Vampire Adventures" that will follow the lives of real-life vampires. The show will be hosted by vampire Father Sebastiaan, according to an announcement Sebastian made on Facebook recently.

Earlier this year Bagans bought an alleged haunted house in Gary, Indiana that many are referring to as a portal to Hell. It was recently reported that a local police captain and various psychics believe that the house is infested with hundreds of ghosts and demons. Bagans is currently filming a documentary about the location.

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