As Joe and Barry investigate the site of an exorcism, they hear footsteps and call on Scott and Paul for backup, who report that one of their cameras has gone out. Tech Specialist Paul Bradford is touched on his head in the former torture chamber, while Barry spots a shadow that could be the deceased Father Juan. Visitors today have reported disembodied patients, doctors and nurses. Upon sitting on the cell's bench, however, Ashley feels the wall behind her being hit. Guest investigators were actor the host of Sci-Fi's game show, actress from the Sci-Fi series and , wrestler and members Dustin Pari and Robb Demarest.
James, built it between 1770 and 1780. In its time, it has been a military stronghold to control the Baltic Sea, the conquered prize of the Swedes, and a prison. The Grande Hotel is open for business, but guests tend to shy away from the location due to the frightening stories that surround the building. They hear a tapping sound, but soon deduce that it is caused by dripping water. Visitors of the castle have claimed that they've heard the chilling voices of the Reis family echoing in the supposedly abandoned hallways. .
According to liaison and local historian Gerry Woodhams, it has also been the site of numerous sightings and experiences. They ask the presence to throw stones, or otherwise show itself. Nightmare Cave evokes anger and resentment in anyone who crosses through its stone expanses. In addition to the murder of various government officials, some notable names were imprisoned there. Armchair travelers with a taste for the extraordinary won't want to miss this one. Among them was violinist Nicolo Paganini, whose music is still heard reverberating in the halls. The first is in El Bosque, where the City Hall has been the site of numerous reported phenomena.
Its reputation as a haunted site has been reinforced by numerous accounts of people who faced paranormal experiences in the Station to this day. Alen Panikovic, who works at the now-museum, shows the team the grounds, including a prison, a barricade area, an execution wall, and a tunnel system 16 kilometers long. The first takes them to Fosdinovo, Italy, location of Malaspina Castle. It was a six-hour broadcast originating from in. Fearful members of the surrounding community adamantly avoid the castle and claim to have seen apparitions of young Alvaro, the son of the aristocratic Reis family. After their stay at the Eden Hotel, the Ghost Hunters International team is off to Australia to visit the Monte Cristo Homestead, where many bizarre incidents have been reported although the current owners who bought the property in 1963 had no idea of the property's checkered past.
It aired before the premiere episode of. The battles of Copenhagen in 1801 and 1807 were fought at this fort, and during each war; many soldiers died on the grounds. Rumor has it that the restless spirits of railroad workers still linger. Each episode follows a set formula. While in Peru, the team sought answers as to whether or not Casa Garland, a family house, was haunted. From 1828 until 1984, migrant ships with passengers carrying infectious diseases were sent to Quarantine. That settled, the team moves on to its second case, Palazzo Ducale in Genoa, Italy.
The team uses a variety of technological equipment in their search to support or disprove claims. Pietro, the latest in the line of owners, shows the team around to sites in which visitors have seen shadows, heard screams, and witnessed poltergeist activity like drawers opening and closing on their own. Ashley gets the shock of her life when she sees a face that could be Bianca's. During the program, clips from past Ghost Hunters investigations, considered the most memorable, were shown. There is a prison in which hundreds died, including a man who had been forced to hide his face behind an iron mask as punishment for his crimes.
Barry warns them to be careful of the fortress's dangers, including collapsing tunnels, and with that, the explorers set off. In the officer's prison, people speculate that the man with the iron mask was a relative— either an identical twin, illegitimate child or distant relative — to the king. The mayor, police department and caretaker have all had personal experiences with paranormals on the property. Rich woodwork graces the interiors furnished with European antiques. Apparitions of the restless souls are seen roaming the empty corridors and strange voices are regularly heard in the kitchen. Once the overview and setup are complete, the series then follows Barry, Kris, Paul, Susan, and Joe as they explore the location trying to make contact with the paranormal. Though they felt the entity was playing with them one moment, it seems to be gone the next.
They hear a sighing noise, but can't find the source. Note: This location was picked as part of the 2008 Great American Ghost Hunt contest. The hotel is in disrepair now, but was once rumored to be a compound for Nazi war criminals who had fled Germany. It's covered in graphic murals, and houses visible human remains and a ghost, quite possibly that of the deceased occupant's spirit. Locals believe this man is haunting the prison and fortress- and one witness claims to have seen the apparition of the man with burning red eyes! Legend has it that a local priest cursed the town that the hotel resides in. Caretaker Sandor Schmitz gives the team a tour while telling them the legend of Dietrich, lord of the castle, whose head was cut off.