Next Episode of Ghost Adventures: Aftershocks is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
The Ghost Adventures crew has investigated over 100 terrifying locations across America and all over the world. Along the way, the guys have provided answers and help for those who have experienced the paranormal firsthand. Often these are couples, families and individuals suffering the vengeance of spirits. Horrified homeowners, fellow paranormal investigators and shocked employees have had their lives forever changed by these experiences. In Ghost Adventures: Aftershocks, Zak invites the most memorable characters from the series to Las Vegas to update viewers on how their lives -- and their ghosts -- have fared since the GAC paid them a visit. The guests recount how things were before the lockdown and how their lives have changed since. Have ghosts returned to do these people harm? Has their approach to the spirits changed see for yourself on Ghost Adventures: Aftershocks?
A spirit haunts the home of a family with an autistic son, who can communicate with it.
A filmmaker obsessed with the spirits at the Texas Horror Hotel.
Paranormal investigators look into reports of hauntings.
Zak revisits his investigations of the Stanley Hotel and Pennhurst. He hears about a woman with a spiritual attachment coming from the dark energy emanating from the Stanley Hotel.
Zak revisits his investigations of the Sallie House and The St. James Hotel. Zak learns how Gary and Jan Reynolds lives took a dark turn after meeting during Zak's investigation of The St. James Hotel.
Zak reopens investigations of Myrtles Plantation & Old Licking Jail.
Zak reopens two investigations: Gettysburg and the Colorado Grande Hotel.
Zak reopens past investigations of Moon River Brewing Company and Alcatraz.
Zak revisits his investigation of Hales Bar Dam, where ghosts have continued haunting a former employee. Ashmore Estate owners, both past and present, talk to Zak about their personal experiences with the spirits.
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