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Travel Channel Sets ‘Ghostober’ Lineup That Includes the Real ‘Conjuring’ House – Watch a Bone-Chilling Teaser (Video)

  • The Wrap
With summer winding down, Travel Channel is already look towards Halloween, unveiling the lineup for the network’s annual “Ghostober” programming month.

This year’s month-long event features a four-hour live ghost investigation in Salem, Massachusetts (home of the Salem Witch Trials) as well as the debut of “Destination Fear” which visits some of America’s most haunted abandoned buildings. “Ghostober” ends, fittingly, on Halloween night with a special “Ghost Adventures” that visits the infamous Farmville House a.k.a. the inspiration for James Wan’s “The Conjuring.”

“Halloween is Travel Channel’s Super Bowl,” Matthew Butler, general manager, Travel Channel, said. “We’re pulling out all the stops for ‘Ghostober’ this year – from a live ghost hunt in Salem, Massachusetts, and an iconic investigation of the house that inspired ‘The Conjuring,’ to reopening the case files of America’s first ghost hunter, Hans Holzer. And we have the biggest
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Why Zak Bagans Wears a Mask Every Ghost Adventures Episode

Zak Bagans is a popular member of the “Ghost Adventures” supernatural investigation team. He is frequently seen wearing a respirator mask while conducting investigations in basements, attics and a variety of old buildings. While there are quite a few viewers who have asked why he chooses to do this, those who have respiratory issues already know the answer. For those of you who are curious about this protective measure that he takes for nearly every episode, we can assure you that it’s not to draw attention to himself, nor for sensationalism. There are some very real and valid reasons why

Why Zak Bagans Wears a Mask Every Ghost Adventures Episode
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“Ghost Adventures” Announces Four-Part Miniseries and Halloween Special

Ghost Adventures’ Anchors Travel Channel’S Annual ‘Ghostober’ Event With Chilling Four-part Miniseries And Iconic Two-hour Halloween Special ‘Serial Killer Spirits’ Investigates the Haunts of America’s Most Notorious Serial Killers in Four-Part Special Team Locks Down Inside the Real-Life Home That Inspired the Iconic Conjuring Films During Two-Hour Halloween Event Zak Bagans and the “Ghost Adventures” …

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Horror Highlights: Rifftrax Live: The Giant Spider Invasion, Ghost Adventures Miniseries and Halloween Special, HELLmington

It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's a giant spider! Fathom Events and the 2019 RiffTrax Live series have come to bring you the cult classic The Giant Spider Invasion. Continue reading for ticket information as well as a breakdown of this kitschy film. Also in today's Horror Highlights: Ghost Adventures' Halloween spectacular and HELLmington release details.

RiffTrax Live: Giant Spider Invasion Fathom Events Details: "The 2019’s “RiffTrax Live” series continues on August 15th & 20th with “RiffTrax Live: Giant Spider Invasion.”

Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett (of Mystery Science Theater 3000 fame) are back in cinemas with 1975’s awesome-arachnid-science-fiction-horror-cult- classic: one of the most popular MST3K movies ever!

Starring Alan Hale Jr, the (Skipper from “Gilligan’s Island”), Barbara Hale and Robert Easton, who’s been in more movies than a No Smoking disclaimer, The Giant Spider Invasion” explodes across the screen in a pristine new digital transfer.
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Manson Murder Spree: All the Hollywood Places Charles Manson's Followers Killed Their Victims

Manson Murder Spree: All the Hollywood Places Charles Manson's Followers Killed Their Victims
Quentin Tarantino‘s Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood hit movie theaters last week to critical acclaim. The film — starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie as the late Sharon Tate — follows Charles Manson and his followers leading up to their two-day killing spree in 1969.

Tarantino, an enthusiastic student of Hollywood history, featured some of Los Angeles’ most iconic hotspots from the 60s in his film — including infamous locales such as the home Tate shared with her husband, director Roman Polanski, where she, Jay Sebring, Abigail Folger, Voytek Frykowski and Steve Parent were murdered by members of the Manson Family.
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The Ghost Adventures Halloween Special Will Investigate The Real Conjuring House

Zak Bagans and his Ghost Adventures team are set to investigate the real life house that the horrifying events of where James Wan’s The Conjuring film took place in the 1970s. This will be their 2-hour long Halloween special that will air on October 31st on the Travel Channel.

A couple recently purchased the home and plan on opening it up to the public for tours, but before they do that, they are going to let the Ghost Adventurers try to find out if the place is really haunted. Ed and Lorraine Warren previously came to the house to try and help the Perry family.

The house was built in 1736, and is said to be haunted by the spirit of a woman named Bathsheba Sherman.

The Rhode Island home is one of the most terrifying places in the world and has also been made famous by the work of
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Los Feliz House Where Leno And Rosemary Labianca Were Slain By Manson Gang Sold

Los Feliz House Where Leno And Rosemary Labianca Were Slain By Manson Gang Sold
Update: The house owned by Manson gang murder victims Leno and Rosemary Labianca has been sold to Zak Bagans, the star of the Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures.

TMZ first reported the deal but did not state the sales price for the home, which was listed at $1.98 million. They did say it received “close to asking” price, and there were multiple offers, although that obviously didn’t create a bidding war. The closing is planned for September.

The house is located at 3311 Waverly Drive, a street number address that has been changed from its former 3301, undoubtedly to thwart the curious.

The Labiancas were killed the night following the Manson attack at the home of Sharon Tate, where they slaughtered the pregnant actress and four others.

Ironically, the news arrives on the weekend of Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in…Hollywood, a study of the era and the crazed
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Witches of Salem and Most Terrifying Places Anchor Ghostober

Tony Sokol Jul 25, 2019

Every day is Halloween in Ghostober as Travel Channel explores the satanic panic and the scariest places on earth.

Travel Channel finds an excuse to celebrate Halloween every day in October. They have reason, last year they hit ratings highs 31 days of "wicked and blood-curdling debuts." Their second annual Ghostbust programming event will feature frightening premieres ever night.

“Ghostober” kicks off on the first of the month when Travel Channel sends a crew to visit some of the world's most frightening sties in Most Terrifying Places. Their new docu-drama Witches of Salem will provides an in-depth account of the eight months of “satanic panic” that overtook Salem, Mass. in the 1600s.

“Viewers love all things spooky during the Halloween season and Travel Channel’s original programming will scare them every night of the week,” Matthew Butler, general manager, Travel Channel, said in a statement.

further reading: Demon House
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Ghost Adventures Celebrates Ghostober With Special Events

Tony Sokol Jul 24, 2019

Travel Channel will celebrate Ghostober with a miniseries and Halloween special from Ghost Adventures.

Travel Channel's Ghost Adventures plans an eventful October in some famously scary places in their lead-up to Halloween.

James Wan set his horror film The Conjuring at the Old Arnold Estate, a 14-room farmhouse in Harrisville, Rhode Island. In the film and real life, the Perron family lived in the house from January 1971 until 1980. In the mid-1800s, the house was owned by accused witch Bathsheba Sherman, who reputedly sacrificed her own child to the devil. Bathsheba killed herself in 1863 after cursing the property. The house became famous after Ed and Lorraine Warren, the paranormal investigators who worked on the Amityville haunting, dispelled the spirits. In 2015, the current owner, Norma Sutcliffe, is also haunted. He threated to sue Warner Bros. because strangers showed up at his place to steal things because of the movie.
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Bagans Back This October with Ghost Adventures: Serial Killer Spirits + The Conjuring Investigation

The next item in our day-long recap of the best horror news out of San Diego Comic-Con: Zak Bagans is getting his paranormal band of brothers together again for Ghost Adventures: Serial Killer Spirits. Look for Bagans, Aaron Goodwin, Billy Tolley, and Jay Wasley on The Travel Channel when the new, four-part series debuts on […] The post Bagans Back This October with Ghost Adventures: Serial Killer Spirits + The Conjuring Investigation appeared first on Dread Central.
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Comic-Con Interview – Ghost Adventures’ paranormal investigators Aaron Goodwin, Jay Wasley and Billy Tolley

Tai Freligh speaks with Aaron Goodwin, Jay Wasley and Billy Tolley of Ghost Adventures…

Travel Channel brought the paranormal investigators and stars of its hit series Ghost Adventures to Comic-Con this pas weekend with Zak Bagans and his paranormal team including Aaron Goodwin, Jay Wasley and Billy Tolley sharing stories from their most memorable and horrifying encounters. The stars of the show were available for interviews after their panel; Flickering Myth’s Tai Freligh attended and has this report.

The stars of Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures and paranormal investigators Billy Tolley, Jay Wasley and Aaron Goodwin spoke to Flickering Myth’s Tai Freligh about the show, their experience at Comic-Con and more. Watch the interview here…

Lockdown your Saturdays with the fearless team from Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures, returning for a spine-chilling twelfth season. In each episode, paranormal investigators Zak Bagans and Aaron Goodwin, along with A/V
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Travel Channel Brings Hit Series ‘Ripley’s Believe It Or Not!’ And ‘Ghost Adventures’ To Sdcc

Travel Channel is bringing two of its hit series to San Diego this July for Comic-Con International – the iconic Ripley’s Believe It or Not! reboot hosted by Bruce Campbell and the network’s long-running, highest-rated paranormal investigative series, Ghost Adventures. Both series will headline individual panels with the shows’ stars live on stage, revealing exciting stories …
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Everything We Know About Holly Madison's Blossoming Romance With Zak Bagans

The temperature in Las Vegas isn't the only thing heating up this summer! E! News can confirm Holly Madison has struck up a romance with Zak Bagans, a self-described paranormal investigator who hosts Ghost Adventures. This marks the former Playboy Playmate's first public relationship since she finalized her divorce from Pasquale Rotella in Feb. 2019.  An insider shares, "Things between Holly and Zak are still new, but the two of them have been enjoying getting to know each other." As it stands, we're told Holly and Zak are "having fun together" but not "looking to rush into anything serious" just yet.  So how did the 39-year-old...
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Zak Bagans' Museum Adds Bed in Which Dennis Hof Died and Lamar Odom Od'd

  • TMZ
Zak Bagans' Museum Adds Bed in Which Dennis Hof Died and Lamar Odom Od'd
Zak Bagans doesn't just collect haunted items for his museum -- he also goes the macabre route ... like adding the brothel bed connected to a death and an infamous overdose. The "Ghost Adventures" star tells TMZ ... he's acquired the bed and bedroom furniture of Bunny Ranch and Love Ranch owner Dennis Hof, which eerily includes the mattress Hof died on. Which also happens to be the same mattress Lamar Odom was on when he overdosed 3 years prior,
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Zak Bagans Closes Haunted Rocking Chair Exhibit After Paranormal Activity

  • TMZ
Zak Bagans Closes Haunted Rocking Chair Exhibit After Paranormal Activity
Zak Bagans has been forced to shut down his haunted rocking chair exhibit ... and the devil may have made him do it. The "Ghost Adventures" star tells TMZ ... the exhibit's closure at his famous Haunted Museum in Vegas comes on the heels of several people experiencing paranormal activity on May 28 ... opening night of the exhibit and a month after buying the "Devil's Rocking Chair." The chair has ties to famed paranormal investigator Lorraine Warren and
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Zak Bagans Buys Infamous “Devil’s Rocking Chair” from The Conjuring 3

Ghost Adventures host Zak Bagans bought the infamous “Demon House” in Gary, Indiana–with terrifying results. The saga was chronicled in the aptly titled Demon House, released in 2018. Without giving anything away, you’d think his experiences would deter Bagans from attempting to procure any additional haunted properties or cursed objects. But you’d be wrong. Bagans […] The post Zak Bagans Buys Infamous “Devil’s Rocking Chair” from The Conjuring 3 appeared first on Dread Central.
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Travel Channel Promotes Matthew Butler to General Manager, Replacing Jane Latman

  • The Wrap
Matthew Butler has been named general manager of Travel Channel, the Discovery network announced on Monday.

Butler steps in for Jane Latman, who was recently named president of Hgtv. In the new role, he will oversee the development, production, scheduling and overall operations for Travel Channel, and will be charged with leading the strategic growth of the audience and the brand.

He will report to Henry Schleiff, group president of Investigation Discovery, Travel Channel, Destination America and American Heroes Channel.

Also Read: Jane Latman to Replace Allison Page as Hgtv President

“Given the terrific success of Travel’s recent repositioning, coupled with Matt’s long-term impact on the brand, we didn’t have far to go in search of our new Gm,” said Kathleen Finch, chief lifestyle brands officer for Discovery. “I’m delighted to have Matt continue the vision he and Jane Latman created together for Travel, opening the
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Matthew Butler Named Travel Channel Gm After Jane Latman’s Move To Hgtv

Discovery veteran Matthew Butler has been named general manager of Travel Channel, effective immediately. The announcement was made by Kathleen Finch, Chief Lifestyle Brands Officer, and Henry Schleiff, Group President, Investigation Discovery, Travel Channel, Destination America and American Heroes Channel.

His appointment follows the move of Jane Latman to head of Hgtv, which was announced last week.

“Given the terrific success of Travel’s recent repositioning, coupled with Matt’s long-term impact on the brand, we didn’t have far to go in search of our new Gm,” said Finch. “I’m delighted to have Matt continue the vision he and Jane Latman created together for Travel, opening the brand to explore more mystery and adventure, while remaining keenly focused on creating content that our loyal viewers will love.”

Schleiff, to whom Butler will now report, said Butler is taking the helm at the Travel Channel “at a time of great momentum and strength.
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Zak Bagans Buys Haunted Rocking Chair from 'Devil Made Me Do It' Case

  • TMZ
Zak Bagans Buys Haunted Rocking Chair from 'Devil Made Me Do It' Case
Zak Bagans is at it again -- his Haunted Museum now has another terrifying piece of furniture ... this one connected to an exorcism and an infamous murder. The "Ghost Adventures" star has purchased the "Devil's Rocking Chair" -- a chair with ties to famed paranormal investigator Lorraine Warren and the notorious "Devil Made Me Do It" Case -- to display at his museum in Las Vegas. The story goes like this -- Lorraine and her husband,
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Why The Show Ghost Adventures Can Last Indefinitely

The weekly television reality show “Ghost Adventures” is a series that many who are interested in evidence of the paranormal view religiously. It airs weekly on the Travel Channel and host Zak Bagans leads his team of paranormal investigators to some of the most reportedly haunted locations throughout the world. They travel to the world to capture evidence that proves there is an afterlife and that when we die our spirits move on to the next chapter of existence. While many other shows focusing on the paranormal have come and gone, “Ghost Adventures” has the potential to last indefinitely and

Why The Show Ghost Adventures Can Last Indefinitely
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