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‘Ghost Adventures’ season 9: Season premiere investigates Manson murders

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The season 9 premiere of “Ghost Adventures” airs tonight on Travel Channel and fans can’t wait to see what new evidence the crew uncovers! Las Vegas Sun reported on Feb. 13 that Saturday’s lockdown will take a close look at the Charles Manson murders.

Zak Bagans, lead investigator, along with Aaron Goodwin and Nick Groff have been permitted to go investigate a location that is “within a stone’s throw” of where the Sharon Tate murder occurred. The mansion in Benedict Canyon has been thought to be haunted since the gruesome murders happened in 1969. Manson is now 79 and still living out his life sentence behind bars for the tragic killing spree.

The lockdown will take place about 100 yards from the actual murders in what is known as the Oman House. It has been reported that Dr. Barry Taft, a well-respected parapsychologist, experienced unusual and strange events while investigating this area. What disturbing occurrences are Zak, Nick and Aaron in store for? Will they be able to unlock some of the mysteries surrounding this awful tragedy?

No doubt this new season of “Ghost Adventures” will prove to be scarier and provide more evidence about the paranormal world. Get ready to be amazed and frightened!

“Ghost Adventures” airs on its new night, Saturday, Feb. 15 at 8 P.M. CST on Travel Channel.

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