- Summary: Three ghost hunters Zak Bagans, Nick Groff, and Aaron Goodwin set out in search of spirits while armed with nightvision cameras and digital recorders on this paranormal show based on the Sci-Fi channel documentary.
- Genre(s): Suspense, Documentary
- Show Type: Between Seasons
- Season 1 premiere date: Oct 16, 2008
- Episode Length: 60
- Air Time: 09:00 PM
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Apr 23, 2011Ghost Adventures rocks the paranormal ghost reality premiss with a one to punch to the face! These guys don't mess around! If your a skeptic, watching this show will make you a believer with the rock solid evidence they bring forward! I'm a big fan of ghost reality shows and the GAC are tops on my list. Can't get enough! Good work GAC stay safe! Come on guys, review this damn show!… Expand
May 6, 2011It isobnoxious, intentionally and unintentionally funny, frightening and ultimately very entertaining. I can not get enough of this show. Every episode is a SHHHH WHOA shhh
did you hear that?
Enhanced audio replay: "...unexplained male voices.."
I think it said: "This show is excellent."… Expand
Oct 13, 2014Ghost Adventures is a television show showcased on the television network Travel Channel, it is one of my favourite and preferred paranormal investigation series and really goes into depth using the latest and most advanced equipment available to paranormal investigators to date. I have watched all the seasons and every episode and season one contains some of the most stunning evidence in the paranormal world i have seen, whether im skeptical about it or not if it is legitimate evidence then it is truly amazing, the evidence im referring to is the Goldfield Hotel in which was during the GAC crews documentary "Ghost Adventures : The Beginning" The event in which truly rocked the Paranormal world was the throwing of the brick as seen on this episode, the way and trigectulary in which it is projected has still not been debunked by any professional video analysis today. Anyway i give Ghost adventures a 9 purely due to the fact in which they are definitely the best, funniest, and coolest investigators out there and there shows almost always give you what you wanted. One negative i can mention in the latest series is the constant use of evp when personally i think visual evidence is far more exciting, exspecially the Kinect figure mapping camera in which the use and they have caught awesome evidence by using it.… Expand
Sep 29, 2013Allow me to preface this by saying I do not believe in ghosts, goblins, demons, or things that go bump in the night. I do however find Ghost Adventures and similar shows to be highly entertaining and some of the best reality TV has to offer. I like the historical background, meeting the people involved, the investigations in the dark, and the reactions the people have to what they see.
Since the conception of Reality TV in the late 90s, we have seen a ton of these ghost hunting shows debut. We have Ghost Hunters, Paranormal State, Destination Truth, Ghost Mine, Celebrity Ghost Stories, and of course Ghost Adventures, but what is it that makes one show any different or better than the other?
Ghost Adventures is the one that I enjoy the most and if I were a believer, it's the show that I would find to be the most compelling. Simply put, the ghost adventures team, goes to the best locations and captures more evidence than any one else does, so what does that mean? As I see it, it means one of two things. Either these guys really are the best at what they do or they are completely full of !@#$.
The Ghost Adventures team is made of three guys, who claim to have been skeptics, until they witnessed things they couldn't explain. These three guys, without big crews, go into these haunted locations with camcorders, and are locked in overnight. To me that is the best part of the show, because in similar shows, you have dozens of people stomping around finding nothing and trying to disprove what people are saying. Zak, Nick, & Aaron aren't trying to do that, but rather they want to interact with whatever is going on in these locations and try to capture it on film. Is that the reason they capture more evidence? Is it the fact that it's just three guys with a minimal amount of equipment? I have no idea, all I know is that they find the most stuff!
In recent years, almost every other ghost hunting show has had someone speak out against them and say that certain things were faked, the people were paid or coaxed into saying things that weren't true, but in the seven years that Ghost Adventures has been on the air that hasn't happened to them.
So besides the evidence, what is it that makes this show the best? Well, you've got three young guys, who are ambitions, full of energy, and love what they do. The format of the show is also a big plus in their favor.
Each show starts out with a historical background on the location they are going to investigate. That's followed by interviews with the people who live or work at the location. The team walks through with the people, listening to their stories, and marking down locations to investigate later. Then they move on to some extra-curricular activity that shows the audience that they're real people. Sometimes it's funny, sometimes it's just tourists, and other times it's boys being boys. It seems like filler, but actually these segments really help you connect with the guys and see that they aren't just science geeks sitting in front of their camera all day. Next, comes the investigation, which is done in a way that is completely realistic. If a regular person went into a place that they heard was haunted, and they went in with a camera and a tape recorder, they'd act and react in exactly the same way that these guys do. It adds realism to the show and is much more believable then a show that comes in with a giant truck and a ton of equipment.
The one negative I will put on the show is that these three guys just went out and started doing videos, pitched it to a network, and got a TV show. They aren't scholars or scientists who have studied the phenomenon of haunting for decades. That being said, when they start going on about portals, residual spiritual energy, trapped souls, and demonic stuff, they really do sound like they are completely full of !@#%.
Overall, I like the show, I love the format, and while I think there is some kind of trick to it all, I respect the hosts and how they feel about what they are supposedly seeing. Weather you believe in ghosts or not, the Ghost Adventures team gives a more compelling argument for life after death than any of it's competitors. The show is interesting and very entertaining, that's really all I need to watch it. I don't feel like I have to believe or think the same way they do. They aren't preaching to us like some of the other shows and they aren't talking down to us. They just go and do their thing, while taking us along for the ride and it's most definitely an entertaining one.… Expand
Jul 15, 2014Possibly the worst TV I have ever seen, utter garbage! Terrible acting from the presenters using made up pieces of equipment with invented names ( one "meter" was very obviously just a flashlight) to observe and describe as "paranormal" things that are obviously just moths and other insects flying in the dark and coming out with ludicrous statements such as "It was immediately obvious to me that the subsonic sound was the opening of a path to another dimension" what complete crap! The most absurd and unrealistic "paranormal show out there, offensive to anyone interested in the subject and insulting to any viewers intelligence - even as a spoof it's rubbish.… Expand
Jan 9, 2011Your usual pathetic ghost show where 3 unemployed people go to random buildings, zoom cameras in randomly, constantly go "WHAT WAS THAT? DID YOU HEAR SOMETHING? I HEARD SOMETHING?" They play some "spooky" music and the lights are always off, a few scenes use the green night vision lens to try and appear more supernatural when really nothing at all happens in this show, ever.… Expand