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Zak Bagans is fulfilling a lifelong dream of opening a museum in downtown Las Vegas, full of the haunted, cursed objects he has been collecting through the years. Each episode of Deadly Possessions features three haunted, iconic items and their owners. They share stories of how these objects have terrorized them and, in some cases, even killed people. Bagans interviews the owners and works with them to get to the root of their "attachment", so they can free themselves… or at least escape harm from these Deadly Possessions.
Zak comes face-to-face with a 100-year-old doll who inspired a horror movie franchise. Then, he consults a Las Vegas rabbi after examining a deadly wine cabinet with a connection to the Holocaust.
Zak examines a once-cursed chest for proof that it can no longer cause death and destruction. Then, he investigates an artifact from one of the most brutal mob hits in US history to determine if it harbors spirits with unfinished business.
Zak holds a seance to break the unhealthy bond between a woman and a powerful doll that has caused serious illness to over 80 innocent people. Then, he investigates the haunted thumb of a vicious bandit forgotten by history.
Zak examines a mirror with a connection to a grisly unsolved murder. Then, he investigates a TV infused with the dark energy of the infamous Charles Manson. Will his grandson's baptism lift the Manson family curse?
Zak acquires a cauldron once used by an infamous serial killer to cook human body parts. Then, he risks setting the museum ablaze when he investigates two paintings connected to a string of mysterious house fires.
Zak holds an investigation to see if spirits still linger in a van that brought "Dr. Death" to them. Then, he investigates the yacht that was the site of a beautiful movie star's untimely death.
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