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Ghost Adventures season 3 episodes list:
In the 3rd season premiere episode, Zak, Nick, and Aaron travel to Pennhurst State School and Hospital in Pennsylvania, which was an institution for both the mentally and physically disabled. Pennhurst State closed in 1987 after several allegations of abuse, including dehumanization.
Zak, Nick, and Aaron travel to a small island located between Venice and Lido in Italy. The island was used for the isolation of plague victims and as a plague pit in Roman times. A mental hospital was located on the island, but it is said that the doctor tortured and killed many of the patients. Tourists are forbidden to visit the island.
Zak, Nick, and Aaron travel to Ohio Reformatory, also known as Mansfield Reformatory, in Ohio. It has housed over 150,000 criminals and it is said that the spirits of inmates who died violent deaths here still haunt Ohio Reformatory.
Zak, Nick, and Aaron head to Bridgeport, Connecticut where an abandoned Remington Arms Factory lies. It is said to be haunted because of the mysterious explosions, electrocutions, and melted bodies.
The Ghost Adventures team returns to Virginia City, NV, the site of their very first investigation and documentary. The angry spirits in this old western mining town have been waiting for their return. Now they'll get their chance to confront Zak, Nick and Aaron once again during the Washoe Club lockdown.
During its existence as an operating hospital in East Los Angeles, Linda Vista was deluged with dying gang members and the innocent bystanders that were inevitably brought down in the midst of a gangland war zone.
On a tiny, deserted island in the middle of Long Island Sound, lies Execution Rocks Lighthouse. Etched into a landscape of rocks and isolated by water, the lighthouse's history is full of dark stories of shipwrecks, torture and a serial killer.
The mansion, owned by a wealthy abolitionist, was once a stop on the underground railroad. A gateway to freedom for hundreds of slaves, it was also the last stop for many who arrived in terrible physical condition and died there. The owner's family also suffered its share of death and heartbreak.
This once stately manor is often referred to as a black hole, because during its 7 decades of operation as a sanitarium and convalescent home, thousands perished, at times averaging 1 death per day. Some locals affix rosary beads and crucifixes to the fence surrounding the property to keep the evil spirits inside.