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'Ghost Adventures' returns for ninth season on Travel Channel

'Ghost Adventures' returns for ninth season
'Ghost Adventures' returns for ninth season
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The Travel Channel renews "Ghost Adventures" for another season. The popular paranormal program premiered on October 17, 2008 and returns February 15, 2014 for its ninth season with 13 new one hour episodes. The show moves into a Saturday night time-slot, the Broadway World reported yesterday.

"Ghost Adventures" began as an independent documentary film that first aired on the Syfy Channel on July 27, 2007. The show follows paranormal investigators Zak Bagans, Nick Groff, and Aaron Goodwin as they explore alleged haunted locations.

"In the season nine premiere, Zak Bagans, Nick Groff, and Aaron Goodwin explore the Oman House, a Los Angeles home ridden with paranormal activity believed to be directly related to the infamous Sharon Tate murder by Charles Manson's cult of followers in 1969, which took place just 200 feet from the property. The team discovers the home also sits atop a Native American burial ground and on a geomagnetic anomaly. Reports include objects moving on their own; sightings of a pregnant, bleeding female apparition walking around outside the home thought to be Sharon Tate herself; and those who enter the house have feelings of overwhelming physical pain and illness. As the lockdown begins, a powerful, negative energy shrouds the space, along with disembodied voices and objects falling over on their own. When Groff experiences burning sensations and severe stomach pains, he's forced to leave the home. What the team documents leaves more questions than answers."

The Travel Channel's "Ghost Adventures" season premiere airs on Saturday, February 15, at 9 pm

Saturdays just got a whole lot scarier. New episodes of "Ghost Adventures" will air every Saturday night.

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