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Deadly Possessions 

Zak Bagans, host of "Ghost Adventures," is fulfilling a lifelong dream of opening a museum in downtown Las Vegas, full of the haunted and cursed objects he has been collecting through the ... See full summary »
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Series cast summary:
Zak Bagans ...  Self - Host 6 episodes, 2016
Aaron Goodwin ...  Self 6 episodes, 2016
Keith L. Hall ...  Theodore 6 episodes, 2016
Billy Tolley ...  Self 6 episodes, 2016
Jay Wasley ...  Self 4 episodes, 2016
Nancy Knapp Nancy Knapp ...  Self - Zak's Mom 3 episodes, 2016
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Zak Bagans, host of "Ghost Adventures," is fulfilling a lifelong dream of opening a museum in downtown Las Vegas, full of the haunted and cursed objects he has been collecting through the years. Each episode of "Deadly Possessions" features 3 haunted/iconic items and their owners.

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Reality-TV

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Host Zak Vaguerant has financial interest vested in this series: he is the owner of the Las Vegas Haunted Museum---aka the Museum of Cursed Objects. These items' provenance is questionable---at best. Already the Bela Lugosi mirror has been debunked as never having belonged to the horror star. See more »

Alternate Versions

The entire first Season was repeated under the title 'Ghost Adventures: Artifacts'. Only the title card graphic of the shows name was changed, the rest of the show was identical to the original airings. See more »

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Dull and Uninformative
23 April 2016 | by mickkjhcSee all my reviews

I like Ghost Adventures, even though Nick is gone and Zak has become increasingly given to pontificating and wearing art school clothing (black on black and thick rimmed glasses). That show is still interesting, both in the historical places they visit and the experiences they have. I guess it's not easy coming up with interesting places that are reputed to be haunted on a consistent basis, so they ventured into Aftershocks (which is okay) and Deadly Possessions. This show feels cheap and slapped together, and not authentic, a bit like the Ryan Buell paranormal show with Penn State students. People come in with objects they think are linked with the paranormal, and Zak sits listening, trying to ask overly provocative questions, and even with cuts to dramatic recreations of events, nothing really happens, it's just rather dull storytelling on the whole. If I had watched this show first and had never seen Ghost Adventures, I'd imagine GA must be a boring, hokey show and avoid watching it. It's a poor effort, and fails primarily because it has a premise that is hard to make interesting and believable. I don't know, what does a ghost hunter do in his spare time? Is it possible to make staying at home and talking to average people with objects they think might be bad interesting and worth watching? Not in this case, unfortunately.


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April 2016 (USA) See more »

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