T.A.P.S. investigates the Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania which opened in 1829 and officially closed in 1970. During the investigation, the crew uncovers a piece of... See full summary »
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T.A.P.S. investigates the Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania which opened in 1829 and officially closed in 1970. During the investigation, the crew uncovers a piece of video footage so baffling, they are inspired to return again (in the same episode) for a two-night stay in order to gather more evidence. It is during this episode that investigator Brian Harnois unintentionally coins his now infamous catch phrase of "Dude, run!" Written by monkeystick

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Jason Hawes: [during an investigation] Hey, where's Brian Bell?
Brian Harnois: I think he's across the street, hitting on some girls.
Grant Wilson: WHAT!
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Ghost Hunters-Eastern State Penitentiary
11 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Superb setting for this episode of Ghost Hunters, Eastern State Penitentiary, has Team TAPS investigating a closed prison. This one is special because it features the bizarre recording of what appears to be someone in a cape, legs manifesting and vanishing. No matter what they do to possibly recreate it or to debunk it, this recording, even cleaned, continues to marvel Jason and Grant who cannot explain it. They actually agree to spend two extra nights there just to see if they can catch it again, or anything else for that matter. This is where TAPS begin using the thermal device to detect possible heated figures. This episode is the one notorious for Harnois' running from a supposed shadow, earning disappointment from Jason and Grant who consider his actions rather childish and improper for an investigator. It also has Grant and Jason in a heated debate over Brian Bell who leaves the monitors to go flirt with girls across the street from the penitentiary! This episode features Sheri, later a potential love interest for Steve, their involvement focused on in regards to how detrimental it would be to their status with TAPS. All the members of Team TAPS have unease with the place, in particular Cell Block 12, seeing shadows move throughout. It was finally nice to actually see Grant and Jason investigating for a change.


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