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Ghost Hunters season 5 episodes list:
On the season premier of the show, TAPS heads over to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to the home of Betsy Ross were TAPS will investigate several claims of paranormal activities. Later, on the second investigation of the episode, TAPS heads to Glen Mills, Pennsylvania to investigate a 300 year old residence.
Taps finds out that it takes a village to haunt a house on Star Island. The team heads to Star Island, which is part of the Isles of Shoals off of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, to investigate several claims of paranormal activities.
TAPS heads over to Lenox, Mass., to investigate the home of author Edith Wharton.
TAPS heads to Florida to investigate claims of the paranormal made in part by staff members of the historic 'El Circulo Cubano de Tampa', which include a female apparition who haunts the the location. Later on the second investigation of the night TAPS heads to an abandoned Trelles Clinic in Ybor City to investigate other claims of paranormal activities.
TAPS heads over to the Belcourt Castle located in Newport, Rhode Island to investigate claims of the paranormal. Later, on the second half of the episode, TAPS heads over to Somerville, Massachusetts to investigate Sacco's Bowl Haven, which is an old-time candlepin bowling alley.
TAPS heads over to Atlanta, Georgia at the Pemberton Place to investigate claims of paranormal activities at a local aquarium. The Georgia Aquarium is the home of a large exhibit of rare RMS Titanic artifacts that have been linked to paranormal activities in the aquarium.
The TAPS teams is joined by the GHI team (Ghost Hunters International) in a joint investigation of the Spalding Inn located in Whitefield, New Hampshire. The Spalding Inn is said to have been purportedly haunted by the ghost of child roaming around the hallways of the inn. Other claims include a shadowy figure that also haunts and watches people on the grounds from the windows.
The TAPS team heads over to Newark, New Jersey to investigate an psychiatric hospital and facility, where people have claimed to hear and disembodied screams and sightings of a former nurse that use to work at the facility.
Ladouceur House, Blackstone Massachusetts The team returns with all new cases. First up is the private residence of the Ladouceur family in Blackstone, Massachusetts. Once when Roxanne, the mother, was sitting on the couch, the couch was stuck with such a violent force that it literally moved while she was sitting on it. Then, while in the basement, the couple's 17 year-old son Gabriel saw a five-foot tall black mass come towards him at full speed. He was so startled by the encounter that he yelled for his parents to come rescue him. But since the Ladoucer's can't just pack up their things and move, they've enlisted the help of TAPS. The Brentsville Historic Centre, Prince William County Virginia Next, the team heads to the Brenstville Historic Centre. The town was founded in 1820 as a courthouse town and numerous witnesses have made claims of paranormal activity. People have claimed they saw faces in the windows of the courthouse, particularly in the second floor window of the judge's room. Another witness claims to have seen the face of an African American woman looking out of the jailhouse door but when he blinked the face was gone. Allegedly, there was a slave who shot her master in that room. Despite all of these sightings, Robert Orrison, the current site manager is a big sceptic and has called TAPS in to verify or disprove the accusations that others have made.
In this Civil War-themed episode, the Ghost Hunters visit the historic Samuel Mudd House, famous for being a pit stop for John Wilkes Booth on his escape route following the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Samuel Mudd met John Wilkes Booth six months before the assassination and let Booth stay in his home after tending to Booth's broken leg following the assassination. Mudd's involvement in the plot remains unclear, but he was found guilty of conspiracy. Now, several apparitions allegedly haunt the house (now operating as a museum), including a soldier and a woman in a white dress believed to be Samuel Mudd's wife, Sarah. Then, the team heads to Virginia to visit the Edgewood Plantation, part of the ancestral home of U.S. Presidents William Henry and Benjamin Harrison and site for the Confederate army during the Civil War. Today, it is officially a national- and state-regulated landmark and is a hotbed of paranormal activity, including full-bodied apparitions.
While investigating one of the bloodiest battlefields in history, TAPS has a close encounter with Americas past
TAPS is joined by special investigator and host of SyFy's "Destination Truth", Josh Gates who will help the team in investigating claims of paranormal activities in New Jersey's Essex County Jail.
TAPS is joined by Dave Tango's father, Bruce Tango, to help the team investigate the Union County Courthouse in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Later, on the second investigation, TAPS investigates a 19th-century home in Hopkinton, New Hampshire.
Taps may pray for mercy after encountering tortured spirits in a historic New York church.
Thousand Islands, New York Isle of Pines This week, musical legend Meat Loaf joins the team for an exciting investigation of Syfy's Great American Ghost Hunt winner Danielle Parody's estate. The private island has been in Danielle's family for over 50 years and since that time many have made claims about paranormal encounters in and around the property.
The team travels to Massachusetts to investigate the USS Salem. The heavy cruiser ship was built in 1945 toward the end of WWII. Presently, volunteers and crew-members claim they've seen full-bodied apparitions and heard voices throughout the vessel.
Taps crosses the border to investigate Fort Henry, notoriously known as Canada's most haunted location. The fort was originally built in 1812 by the British to keep out American soldiers. But for the sake of the case, TAPS— despite their U.S. origins— are allowed across the threshold. The location currently functions as a museum and both guides and tourists a like claim they've had paranormal encounters while on the premises.
The team returns to Chicago to investigate the historic Congress Theater. Since it was established in 1925, infamous acts like Prince and Billy Idol have graced the stage. Yet recently, the most popular shows appear to be the ones that go on behind the scenes when the paranormals come out to play.
TAPS heads to Colorado to investigate the manor where the walls are bleeding. Briarhurst Manor was originally built in 1888 and is 14,000 square feet of pure eeriness. This swank (and spooky) property was a finalist in Syfy's Great American Ghost Hunt contest. America voted and thinks the place is haunted, so the team heads in to investigate.
TAPS investigates the Buffalo Bill museum with guest hunter Eddie McClintock from the hit Syfy series "Warehouse 13". According to various workers, the museum is filled with unexplained activity that appears paranormal; so the Ghost Hunters head in to investigate.
The team travels to Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire to investigate the Amos J. Blake House Museum. Then they head to the Arbona Building in Pensacola, Florida where books fall off shelves perfectly stacked.
This week, the team heads to Florida to investigate the Pensacola Lighthouse that was built in 1858 and has historical civil war connections. The lighthouse is known to be an extremely active area, people have heard footsteps and their names being called throughout the building. To date, the site is controlled by the United States Coast Guard. So since the guards serve and protect us, TAPS—being the good Samaritans they are have decided to give back by completing a thorough investigation of the area.
TAPS heads to Hartford, Connecticut to investigate the house of the well known American author Mark Twain. Where it has been reported that people who visit this home have seen sightings of full-bodied apparitions and heard disembodied laughter of an alleged "ghostly child".
TAPS heads to Willow Grove, Pennsylvania to investigate an 18th-century farmhouse, where it has been claimed to be inhabited by spirits that allegedly play with the lights and cast large, dark shadows. Later, on the second investigation of the episode, TAPS heads to Hartford, Connecticut to the "Old State House". Where it has been claimed to have disembodied voices and "phantom footfalls".
In the exciting season finale, TAPS travels to the site where Hindenburg, one of history's most infamous disasters, took place. Because the tragedy occurred on a large naval base, the team is only asked to investigate the Main hanger, which is known as the hub for paranormal activity. And in case you've never heard of Hindenburg, here's a little history lesson for you: The Hindenburg was a German airship filled with hydrogen for buoyancy. In 1937, while trying to dock at the Lakehurst Naval base, it caught fire and killed 36 people. The entire ordeal was caught on film and is still one of the most famous tragedies that has ever been reported. To date, people on the base claim: they've seen shadows, been touched by invisible forces and heard doors slam by themselves. Sounds like paranormals to us, but TAPS heads in to give the official word. After taking a tour of the massive base, the ghost hunters get to work. Jay and Grant begin the hunt on the main floor of Hangar 1. They hear loud humming noises but realize that they are in the middle of a huge building so they attribute the sounds to the size of the space. They have another false alarm when a figure is picked up on the thermal imaging camera that looks like a person under a white sheet. Upon further investigation they see that the "figure" is merely military equipment that looks like a human form from a distance. But later on they do see an actual figure running up the stairwell. Hoping to catch whatever was running from them, each of the investigators walk up the catwalk. Meanwhile hunters Kris and Amy co-investigate the medical facilities area where people claim they've seen paranormals. While there, two lights in the building turn on and off by themselves and neither of the hunters can figure out if the issue is electrical or paranormal. Toward the end of the investigation, Amy and Kris survey the abandoned office area of Hanger one. While the ghost hunters are there, a door closes, the light goes out in the stairwell and the sound of a man grunting is echoed in the space. Seems like the girls have company after all. But when Dustin and Britt investigate that same area they don't have any experiences. So they leave the digital recorder running to catch any anomalies that may occur while they're away. Then Jason and Grant review the basement area and are hit with a harsh odor. They find that the floor drain is allowing sewer gas to seep back into the building as steam so they pour water down the drain to prevent the steam from rising. Fortunately their knowledge as plumbers helped them solve what could potentially be a dangerous problem for other people entering the basement. When Dustin and Britt head to this area, they notice that the electromagnetic fields in the corner are extremely high. They believe that this may be why people get feelings of paranoia while in the area. Although this explanation is trumped when Dustin feels something brush against his hair. When Jason and Grant investigate the actual crash site they don't spot any instances of paranormal activity and feel that of all the areas in Hangar 1, this one, ironically is the least eerie. After reviewing all of the evidence gathered during the hunt and critically analyzing each of the hunter's experiences, TAPS concludes that there is paranormal activity occurring within the Hindenburg site. Were you surprised? gh Video Ghost Hunters - Christmas Eve Marathon