The Travel Channel's hit series "Ghost Adventures" returned this month to resume its tenth season. This Saturday the Ghost Adventures Crew travel to Arizona to investigate the Goldfield ghost town in Apache Junction.
The new installment of the "Paranormal Activity" franchise has been pushed back from this spring to later in the fall for the Halloween season. "Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension" is scheduled to be released on October 23, 2015.
"Ghost Adventures" host Zak Bagans recently struck an exclusive development deal with a New York-based production company to produce two new television series.
Fox television network executives announced recently that they're in talks to bring back the popular "X-Files" series. David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson will reprise their roles as FBI Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully.
On the sixth episode of season ten, the Ghost Adventures Crew travels to Atchison, Kansas to explore historical house that is haunted by the spirit of a sinister little girl. The crew along with two of the home's former residents will lock themselves inside the home and attempt to communicate with the evil spirit.
Earlier this week a casting agency in Hollywood sent out mass emails looking for ghost hunters that will bare everything on camera. Due to the negative feedback from the paranormal field, the production company apparently has shelved the series and is now claiming that they didn't even send the emails.
The 2nd season has ended for the reality based television show 'The Curse of Oak Island' seen on The History Channel. It is the most in-depth investigation of the history of the island and the possible theories surrounding it.
Hollywood producers are looking for ghost hunters that will bare everything on camera during an investigation for a new cable reality series. A mass email was sent to paranormal investigators all over the country this week and is going viral on social media today.
"Ghost Adventures" host Zak Bagans recently announced that he wrapped up the production of a documentary film that will feature an alleged haunted house that he purchased last January. Bagans said that his film "The Demon House" is scheduled to be released this fall.
The Travel Channel's hit series "Ghost Adventures" returns this Saturday for its eleventh season. The show will remain in its Saturday night time-slot premiering on January 10. Co-creator Nick Groff announced in November that he will not be returning.
Paranormal researcher and adventurer Joshua Gates returns to television with his new series "Expedition Unknown" next week. The two-hour series premiere airs on Thursday on the Travel Channel.
As some of my readers know, I'm going to be part of another segment on 'Monsters and Mysteries in America' this upcoming 3rd season. The subject this time will be 'Mantis Man & Insectoids'...specifically, the encounters on the Musconetcong River near Hackettstown, NJ. I have reported the past two years.
Nick Groff announced earlier today on his Facebook page that he won't be returning back to "Ghost Adventures" on the Travel Channel. Groff's new series "Ghost Stalkers" debuted on Destination America last month.
"Some claim that they left the show 'Ghost Hunters'. Okay lol, Grant Wilson can 100% say it honestly. He is like a brother to me and many other TAPS members. That will never change. He got into this field for real reasons and that always showed. It was never about money, fame, or how much airtime he got. He will always have our respect," Hawes said.
"Ghost Hunters" star and The Atlantic Paranormal Society founder Jason Hawes says that his former co-star and group co-founder Grant Wilson was the only person that actually left the show. The former plumber has been posting cryptic messages since last month and posted another one today on his new website regarding the departures of former cast members.
Relativity Media announced yesterday that there will be a film based on the demonic possessions of Latoya Ammons and her family. The production company hired an Academy Award-nominated director to take on the adaption.
Joshua Gates returns to television with his new series "Expedition Unknown" on the Travel Channel. The two-hour series premiere airs on Thursday, January 8, 2015.
This Wednesday the TAPS team heads to Ohio to investigate an old music hall for the season nine finale. Syfy also announced that "Ghost Hunters" is returning for a tenth season.
On the fourth episode of season ten of "Ghost Adventures" GAC travels to Mexico to explore the Isla de las Muñecas. Zak Bagans and Aaron Goodwin, give Nick Groff the night off and enlist the help of Jay Wasley to help them investigate.
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A former TAPS member was invited back to "Ghost Hunters" by Pilgrim Films and the Syfy channel. Kris Williams said on her Facebook page yesterday that she was asked to rejoin the TAPS team.