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Contact between humans and spirits from the afterlife is not as far-fetched as is it seems. As the leader of The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS), Jason Hawes has made it his life's mission to help anyone with questions pertaining to paranormal phenomena and ghost hunting on Ghost Hunters.
Taps heads to Cleveland to investigate a historic roundhouse and rail yard, where the remnants of a serial killer, a number of horrific accidents, and a terrible train crash have left two people in doubt over the safety of the place.
When recent female leadership coincides with increased paranormal activity at an armory that's been standing for over 100 years, those involved believe that either deceased members or the death of an employee could be behind it.
When a renowned restaurant, The Whitney, experiences disturbances during its renovations, it's possible that the family of the restaurant's original owner, a lumber baron of the 1800's, might still be walking around the halls.
TAPS investigate one of the oldest yacht clubs in the U.S., which is also purportedly one of the most haunted. Included: A mother and her son are entangled in phenomena involving a frightening family from the past with a strange story to tell.
Fear is spreading at Fort Taber-Fort Rodman that a new "living history event" has stirred up frightening paranormal activity on the park grounds.
TAPS is called to investigate a historic armory. An upcoming renovation has those involved fearful the construction might provoke lingering spirits attached to artifacts with documented violent pasts.
The historic Old Lake County Jail was once considered to be inescapable.. until notorious gangster John Dillinger escaped from it in 1934. Now, over 80 years later, aggressive "prisoners" are breaking free as sealed areas and doors are being reopened. Later, TAPS travels to My Old Kentucky Home where 16 people died within 24 hours of contracting cholera. Will TAPS come face to face with those who once suffered within this historic home's walls?.
Behind the facade of a beautiful old inn lies the haunting memories of a home that was once part of the Underground Railroad, and a family that helped slaves secure freedom. Could the 150th Anniversary of the end of the Civil War be stirring spirits? Later, TAPS visits a pizzeria that holds a dark energy of hangings, prisoners and threatening entities.
Newly designated as a landmark, Rhode Island's Westerly Library is consumed with ghostly visitors with a thirst for knowledge. TAPS is being called in to find out if these entities would be categorized as fiction or non-fiction - and if the latter, is a bad ending for visitors in the works?.
A house formerly owned by the "Father of American Surgery" harbors a dark secret deep beneath its floors. Now restless spirits, once the subjects of experiments and research, inhabit the home. Next up, TAPS visits a 19th century almshouse and adjacent jail after new tenants report that the former occupants never left.
A 1920's historic theater is rumored to be haunted by one of New London's most prominent whaling families, who once inhabited the land. Could this family still be living here?.
A homeowner's property borders what was once a cursed 1740's village. Could evil entities threaten her family? Later, a restaurant and nearby house seem to be linked by spirits.
A museum director and volunteer fear an upcoming Victorian exhibit will agitate entities from that time period. Actors Rachel Nichols and Jonathan Sadowski join as special guest investigators.
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