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Interview with Ghost Adventures’ Zak Bagans

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I admit it: my family and I are hooked on paranormal investigation shows, a relatively new sub-genre of reality TV that has evolved its own vocabulary and equipment set – EVPs (electronic voice phenomenon), EMF (electromagnetic field) detectors, digital voice recorders, thermal imagers, the mysterious Inductive Probe, a panoply of specialty cameras – as well as its own stars.

Syfy’s veteran Ghost Hunters franchise is headed up by the nonplussed New England Roto Rooter men-turned-investigators Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson; Discovery Channel’s Ghost Lab has the brash, beefy, and brainy Klinge brothers from San Antonio; and Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures has the lively Three Amigos from Vegas, Zak Bagans, Nick Groff, and Aaron Goodwin.

ZAk BagansEach series has its own character and strengths, but Ghost Adventures, which airs Friday nights at 9 on the Travel Channel, is our current top dog on the strength of its often wildly entertaining blend of creepy settings, high production values, serious investigative techniques, impressive background research, and the showbiz bravado of the testosterone trio’s patented “lock downs” — overnight confinement in some of the nation’s most haunted settings.

Ghost Adventures launched its third season in fine style on Halloween ‘09 with a seven-hour live investigation from the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, West Virginia. Tonight’s episode is centered on a visit to Clovis Wolf Manor, a former sanitarium and convalescent home in Clovis, California.

I recently talked by phone with the show’s founder and figurehead, Zak Bagans, 32.

Hi Zak, my family and I have become paranormal investigation show fanatics and it’s based on you. We love the show – you’re the right combination of serious investigative approach and showman.

Awesome, thank you.

I apologize because I’m sure you’ve gone over it many times, but I’m very interested how all of this came together for you in the first place. I know you’re from Michigan and went to school for documentary filmmaking.

Yes, I was interested in what could be done with the documentary aspects of film, but I never knew I’d be doing it on ghosts! It’s still a shocker to me that I’m doing this but I think it was meant to happen in some weird way. Six years ago I had an experience with a ghost that changed my mind and I couldn’t ignore it, and that served as the catalyst for what I do now.

Where was that?

That was in the little town I’m from called Trenton, Michigan.

But now you’re in Las Vegas?

Yes, but when I experienced this paranormal encounter in Trenton, I was being taunted by a ghost. And I don’t like being scared of things – I don’t like running from them, and it caused me to run from it. That’s how real and vivid it was. When you run from something you want to learn about it because that’s a powerful thing.

I think that’s a subtext of the show: there are times when you are genuinely afraid or creeped out and you’re willing to show that because it’s part of the experience.

Yes, it is. You come into contact with certain things that are so unexplainable and they can have an unexplained effect on your body. Your body doesn’t know how to handle the encounter. When you get physically attacked, marked with scratches, it can put you in a panic state and you feel it emotionally as well – you feel the emotion of these spirits. And that’s where it gets inside of you and makes you react in certain ways.

How did you hook up with Nick and Aaron? Your personalities are different but compatible – you seem to really work well together and are a solid team.

I moved to Las Vegas and met Nick – he had had a paranormal experience similar to mine and had a film background as well. Our individual personal experiences with ghosts led us to think about going out and capturing what we experienced. So, we had a common bond there. We hired a camera operator, Aaron, who had worked on countless projects here in Las Vegas – UFC fights, red carpet premieres – a really good camera guy, and that’s what we needed. He was our eyes.

We formed a really good trio; our personalities are so different, but that diversity has really helped us capture some of the evidence we’ve got – the difference in our emotions and energy.

When you guys are doing a lock-down, it’s really just the three of you, right?

Yes, because audio evidence is such a huge part of gathering evidence, and when you have a lot of people who are around and unaccounted for, they could be the ones making the noise. We don’t lock ourselves into these places for "dramatic effect," we lock ourselves in to prevent any kind of audio contamination.

I wanted to congratulate you on the live Halloween show. We were concerned about how you were going to do all those hours without it getting boring or becoming too much about the process, but it was great, really held my attention and was a lot of fun to watch. And running the live chat feed was a brilliant idea, I couldn’t believe the response: you guys are like rock stars!

Thank you very much. When you have the enthusiasm of going after something that a lot of people don’t believe in — when you personally believe in it and know it exists — it will really show. Doing the live event I think we conveyed that this stuff does happen even more clearly.

You seem to feel some kind of obligation to mankind to present this kind of information, as grandiose as that sounds.

Exactly, I think it’s an obligation to mankind. We know spirits exist and we know there are some people out there who have questions about whether or not it does exist. When you know something does exist 100%, that’s the drive that keeps you going.

What kind of evidence do you think it will take? There’s a lot of evidence out there that you have accumulated, and others have accumulated, and yet you still have a large percentage of the population that denies this. What do you think it’s going to take?

We’ve captured full body apparitions and such great evidence… I think there are some people out there who just don’t want to believe in it. There is a religious angle, and some people are just afraid of it. When some people are afraid of something, they just reject it no matter how much great evidence you have, even if it’s in USA Today that government scientists have confirmed the existence of ghosts.

There seems to be a fundamental difference between the residual kind of ghost or energy, and an actual intelligent entity. How do you see that dichotomy?

I don’t think residual hauntings are proof of life after death. There is energy created if a massive group of people are murdered, and if you were there witnessing that you would feel a shockwave, you would feel that energy. It’s a very powerful, dark energy I don’t think the atmosphere even knows how to handle. That’s no proof of life after death. But when we’re taunting evil spirits and getting responses and getting scratches on our backs, and getting relevant answers to our questions by the means of EVPs, that’s intelligence. That’s life. That takes things to the realm of life after death.

What are your goals now?

My goal has already been achieved: I’ve already gathered enough evidence to validate the personal experience that got me into this. But it’s never ending — we want to keep capturing evidence nonstop and someday hopefully prove in a scientific, factual manner that ghosts do exist. I would love to take some credit for that.

What has frightened me – not so much for my own sake since I’m on the other side of the TV – but there have been a few instances now where you seem to have lost control of your own personality. The scene where you are howling at poor Aaron in the Venice episode, that was truly frightening to me.

Can you explain what’s going on inside you at those times, and does that bother you when you seemingly lose control? To me that was getting into a whole other realm of experience.

It’s a whole other realm that we just don’t have answers for. This whole thing of ghosts and possessions, it’s not scientifically explained in factual data, so we don’t know what we’re messing with. When you don’t know what you’re messing with, the danger factor is very high.

Possessions are very real. We work with an archbishop exorcist who has witnessed possessions – some that have ended in death – and it is dangerous. Mankind deserves to know what’s going on – everybody wonders what happens after death. There are risks and we fully understand the risks and these spirits, these energies, can manipulate you. If you come into contact with the spirit of a serial killer, that energy can get inside you. You can feel the evil. You can be overtaken by that energy, and these energies can try to use your body to inflict harm on others, and that’s what happened to me in Italy.

What did that feel like inside while that was going on?

I have don’t have a whole lot of recollection of what it felt like. I didn’t remember a lot of it, and when I watched the footage it was very disturbing and a lot of it we didn’t show. And that’s really scary when you can snap like that, but we had a lot of scientific data leading up to that event that was very credible in the fact that we started seeing these balls of energy, these balls of light, and we were able to document that these balls of light contain electromagnetic energy, something that ghosts are said to be made up of.

How do you see piecing together the scientific with a more philosophical side of it and the religious side of it? We saw you bring in a religious element for the first time that I’ve seen anyway, to the show in that Venice episode.

We did, and there are so many different sides to the paranormal and I say we’re like mixed martial artists, using various tools to do paranormal research: religious, scientific, emotional. You have to have an understanding of all the sides if you really want to investigate this. As I said, it can be harmful, but knowing all these sides really helps you to handle the experiences you come into contact with.

Do you see the religious side of it as your ultimate personal protection?

I think so. It’s helped us, in particular in the case of Italy. There are ways to cleanse yourself and protect yourself on a religious level. While it’s not “proven,” it’s worked for us.

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About Eric Olsen

Career media professional and serial entrepreneur Eric Olsen flung himself into the paranormal world in 2012, creating the America's Most Haunted brand and co-authoring the award-winning America's Most Haunted book, published by Berkley/Penguin in Sept, 2014. Olsen is co-host of the nationally syndicated broadcast and Internet radio talk show After Hours AM; his entertaining and informative America's Most Haunted website and social media outlets are must-reads: Twitter@amhaunted, Facebook.com/amhaunted, Pinterest America's Most Haunted. Olsen is also guitarist/singer for popular and wildly eclectic Cleveland cover band The Props.
  • What an awesome interview! Zak, Aaron and Nick are always fun to watch – though sometimes scary. I remember last Thanksgiving when we stumbled on that first episode with the hand shadow – we were hooked ever since!

  • Jessica

    Dear Zak I watch your show every Friday.I am ten and I am your biggest fan and when I say biggest I mean biggest.I have always wanted to come on YOUR SHOW.If need any help just tell me and have a very scary,and freaky night,and good luck out there boys,you’ll need it and good show.

  • thanks Dawn – it was a lot of fun doing the interview – got a new perspective on Zak and the lads

  • I prefer Ghost Hunters. Ghost Adventures contains a slight frat boy/Ashton Kutcher vibe that’s not my thing. But any show is better than Most Haunted.

  • rosey mary..


  • Hey, know what you mean but I LIKE the frat boy angle. I like Ghost Hunters also, but their persistent calm seems a bit contrived in the other direction.

  • Bruce P/

    The paranormal has always interested me and I personally had 2 experiences that still give me the goosebumps just thinking of them.
    Zak. Great info on the interview! I remember one of your episodes where a brick (from the ground)came flying across the room. It freaked me out watching it. Keep up the good work and thank you for educating us through your experiences.

  • Lisa

    Hey Zak, I have to tell you i dont miss an episode. You guy’s do an awesome job. Keep up the good work. I would love to do what you guy’s do. Where do you get the equipment you use?

  • olivia hernandez

    you are my hero. I think it is hard to belive a ghost want in inside of you. I think you are tell the ture. I bevelie that. it was funny you thow mashmellow at Aaron. next time put the candy far way from the heat. Zak Bagans you are the brave man I ever seen and Nick Groff you are the brave man I ever seen. you to Aaron Goodwin you are brave man I seen. you gays are funnist man I seen every time I seen your show I have to watch 20 time. Zak Bagans are you scared of sankes, hights and dolls. Nick Groff are you scared of then thing. Aaron Goodwin are you scared of then thing. where are you going for investigation I got two is my house and the gold field hotel. three of are cute. happy new year, and merry christmas.

  • Linda Scherer

    Ghost Adventures is the best paranormal show on TV. I wish you had a longer season. I think all three investigators are very serious about their work and they seem to get along well. I admire that you are not afraid to show yourselves being startled at times. Aaron amuses me when he gets nervous. He’s brave to do something that obviously makes him uneasyat times. Paranormal State is a good show too but Ghost Hunters have gotten too smug. I got tired of hearing them complain about Brian behind his back all of the time. That’s not why I watch the show……I don’t care to see grown, professional men gossiping about someone who works for them, especially to a TV audience. That is very uncool and they should know better.

  • Sans

    ghost adventures is just so cool i just love it I HAVE NOT MISSED ANY EPISODE AND WATCHED the repeat episode 5 times i love ghosts

  • Sans

    zac i just love this show wow man its just so lovely and my friend finds u so cute i hope once in my life i go for ghost hunting ghosts are damn cute

  • Lori

    Ghost Hunters used to be be my favorite until Ghost Adventures started. I love everything about the show..much more entertaining than GH, I also like your big muscles Zak 😉 Keep it up!

  • Shawn

    I really enjoy paranormal shows and Ghost Adventures has grown on me. Here’s the thing, though, I have a hard time taking the show completely seriously. I believe possession might be real. There’s enough claims out there to see that. But, come on, Zak has been “possessed” twice and Nick once. That’s 3 possessions in the shows short lifespan. On the other hand, Ghost Hunters (and GHI) have been on much, much longer and no one has ever been possessed. Also, Ghost Lab (not my fave, but they do the whole “scientific” method, which I do like) didn’t have a possession in it’s first season. Again, I’m not calling Zak or the GAC liars or phonys, but let’s be real, that kind of stuff sells and gets ratings. The show is new-er and still growing a following. This is just my opinion, take it for what it’s worth. Again, I’m a fan of the show, but I’m not convinced it’s all legit (and yes, I feel the same about ALL paranormal/ghost shows).

  • good points Shawn, my wife has said some of the same things. I’d love to see some of that excluded footage from the Venice island show

  • Riddhi Bhanushali

    Hey Zac i wanted to know that how you guys be so provokative & tell the so called ghosts or evil spirit so bravely that they are cowards & stuff like that although you know there too much of danger involved in it? I like the connection that you instantly create with these evils.I myself hav seen possessions & also had a quiet terrifying experience with a spirit though it was not evil but I was terrified.I just wanna say congratulations & goodluck & take care of yourself.&yeah i like you so take care

  • aututm

    i am intrested in the paranormal. i watch ghost hunters, ghost adventures and all that stuff.

  • krystal and asya

    im krystal and my 9 yr old asya and i love the show. what a great interview when will there be another? are the guys really laid back or kinda too celebrity?

  • Thanks! I hope we can talk to them again when the new season starts

  • virginie gautier

    Hi! Zac,Nick and Aaron !! I love your show,it’s very entertaining!of all the ghost hunters shows i have seen , you’re the best so far.you have, for sure,a big fan from France!i can’t wait to watch new episodes!go on dudes!do some more for your fans!! bye-bye…

  • and there you have it

  • rbekah

    I thick the ghost adventures is an alsome show and my sister got me started on it and now I just love it,and zak, nick, and aaron are doing a great job and keep it up and good luck and have fun with it .

  • yanti

    oh my god!!!! you all are fantastic!! i love all of your episode…

  • looking forward to the new season in the fall!

  • rhonda

    Ghost Adventures is my favorite paranormal show out of all of them, and I wont even miss a rerun, It blows Ghost Hunters right out of the spirit world! The new season is fantasic. Great interview guys!!!

  • thanks Rhonda! I like the improved production values of the show and their enthusiasm

  • Sophia Karoutsos

    Omg zak you are amazing and super sexy I’m from Trenton Michigan too and am currently living here and wanted to no where in Trenton you had this expierence I woke up terrifyed last night with long scrathes on my back I was and still am rlly scared should I be scred of ghosts or spirits? I’m only 12 but could you PLEASE. pLEase answer this?!?!?!:/

  • HI Sophia, you should probably try to contact Zak via his own site – he may or may not see your message here. Best of luck

  • Terri Straley

    I did an investigation at Vulture City, AZ. and in the same room that Aaron had a spirit make fun of his bald head I had a spirit call me an a–hole. I could not believe it and I got a chance to get my picture taken by one of the X’s ya’ll put down. I learned all about paranormal investigating from watching your shows and it was an honor to be in the same place ya’ll were at. Thank you and your team for sharing your adventures with us.

  • renee

    I would like to see you guys locked down in the house in Valentia, Iowa, how about it guys?

  • soumo chatterjee

    hi!iam from india,iam a fan of u.hope u are fine.iwant to talk to u. so please visit me in india,calcutta.your paranormal investigation is cool!

  • zekeyra

    i here that Zak likes kids and wants kids someday…. i could totally give him kids; and i’d be more than happy to do it.

  • girl kid

    me and my friend want to become a paranormal investigator.

    12 and 13 years old

  • BBG

    hey zak i would give anything in the world to do an investagation with you, nick, and aron. me and my dad try to watch your show at every chance we get. Ghot adventures is my favorite show ever.

  • BBG

    you did an investagation on the SSHornet and my dad works about 200 feet away from that ship and he was really bumbed that he didn’t see you guys.

  • Kendra Parker

    I like the part when Zac is control by the a spirit. But i love you guys very much.

  • jimmy coppeege

    Zak I certainly believe that these so -called ghosts do exist. I would like to share some valuable info with you. The Bible clearly tells us that these things are demonic. We either go to heaven or Hell when we die. There is no other word but our creators word and all is true. But I will let the Holy Spirit teach you this, this is Gods business to teach you not me. Zak as my Bro in Christ – I want you to know there are no dead loved ones that come to haunt you. Demons lie and mimic – God does not allow the loved ones that chose hell to come back and haunt. Your answers are in the Bible and answer very clearly. Zak yes there is life after death either in heaven or Hell & no inbetween – this is not an opinion – a fact. You are speaking to demons who would love for you to join them in their chasim. Be careful keep Gods word as you speak & the love of God in your heart. We fight against darkness principalities and the unseen. This is Biblical. What you may find is somthing you may not want to recond with – I promise.

  • Although actually The Bible is a work of fiction and/or philosophy, there is no heaven or hell or indeed a deity.

  • robin

    i need your help at my house im # 15 wich really should hav ben 13 and i have and feel as i am talking to you coldness, dont know how to explain it Dejavu just had it and i feel right now someone behind me i hear footsteps i feel i should have this house blessed we r the 5th family here i feel prsents here right now i feel it o strong i feel coldness and i dont know what to do someone is behind me right now i hear walking some 1 is breathing bhind me i am spealing to u because i feel them and i dont want my family to have to go through what i did as a kid Zack!!! help me

  • becky Ann Gonzalez

    this is for zak bagans hello my name is becky ann gonzalez and I love you’re shown the ghost adventures and I wish to meet you in person and I love your eyes and your smile too

    becky ann gonzezlez

  • Frank

    Hay Zak how you doing? My name is Frank and I live here in Az. Camp Verde Az. to be exact. It’s 5-21 Sat. night and I’am watching G/A I happend to notice something on this eppasode whith happend to be in Az. at the Vulture Mine.
    While you all three were in the house where the woman had a rock thrown at her and a rock thrown at Nick I happend to notice that on the replay as you tell Nick to keep the rock as a suiviner what looks like to me to be an orb that shoots out of your right arm. I could be wrong but maybe you like to check it out for yourself. I really enjoy watchin G/A, look forward to a new season and to watch the one’s I’ve havent seen yet and the repeats. Because you never know what you may haved missed and somebody else cought. I myself belive in the paranormal, although I have never experinced anything my Daughter and Son have and I have no reason not to belive them.
    My son has experinced some strange thing’s and I know he would’nt make up a story like that. I have never seen him so scared in my life.
    My Daughter has seen aperrishions at the foot of her bed and in the hallway in one of the house’s they used to live in, in Denver Colorado and she was 10 at the time she is now 16 It was the same house my son had his experinces’s at. I’am a belever!!!! Well Zak, you Nick, and Arron take care and GOD BE WITH YOU ALL ALWAY’S!!! And by the way Arron you have come a long way.

    er seen him so

  • Marie

    Hey zak nick and aaron..I watch you show on Netflix alllllllllll the time 🙂 I’m your BIGGEST fan ever..I love you guys..your all hottttttt..I would LOVE to meet you guys one day!!

  • Frankie

    Ghost Adventures are the best if u guys need help on stuff let me know

  • The first time I saw youre show I was hooked!I Love It!!Aaron is So Hilarious,Zak is so Cute!Nick is so Awsome!You Guys Are The PERFECT Team.Keep Up The Good Work!
    -Desiree fr:San Antonio Tx

  • AH3

    dear zack bagans I am a bigfan of your tv show gost adventuers.and I AM WONDERING IF GOST ARE REAL.TO YOURS TRULEY ALEX HARMON

  • Courtney

    Omg you are the hottest thing I’ve ever seen

  • RowGirl

    Nice interview. I think my biggest problem with Ghost Adventures is that there seem to be some contradictions in how they investigate. For instance, if Zak “truly” believed that the demons could harm him why does he put himself in situations where he could clearly seriously injure himself or die. Case in point, during the “Villisca Axe House Murder” episode Zak layed on the floor and poised an ax above his neck and then dared the demons/ghosts/entities to drop it on him. Uh, what? I am NOT a believer so this did not “scare” me, but if I did believe in ghosts I would think this would be a supremely idiotic thing to do.

    In a similar fashion, while investigating at another location (cannot remember which one), Zak put his head in an elevator shaft which was purported to be a place of a ghostly murder. He then taunted the spirits to do the same thing to him.

    Either Zak Bagans has a death wish or he is a phony. No one in their right mind would do that if they believed fatal harm may come to them (even for spectacular ratings!). I find the show entertaining from the perspective of someone who cannot believe people can be duped into thinking these stunts are real. Perhaps some of the sounds or EVPs may be, but the possessions and apparitions are most likely post-production effects to boost ratings and celebrity.

    I guess whether the show is “real” or not is a moot point, the Travel Channel has found a cash cow in Zak Bagans and will continue milking until the market dries up.

  • bob

    ghost adventures show is full of crap,but,hey,it’s entertaining.

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  • teresa

    zac what has scared u the most?

  • Todd Anderson

    Attention Editors & Zach! You missed the mans face in the mirror on the Magnolia Lane Plantation episode. I was supprised when you didn’t comment on it. I replayed 3 times to make sure I saw what I think I saw, do you see it? Please advise.

  • autumn

    Dear Zak, I’m living in Riverview right next to your hometown and i ALWAYS watch your shows,me and my dad. I believe some ghost shows are real, but it’s tv and you can never be sure. but i believe yours is REAL. It interestes me because of how your experiences are so scary, so eerie, so real. i am PRAYING you read this because everyone says you wont, and if i get you to write me back and i can show my dad i would LOVE that! i know your busy a LOT but whenever you can, i dont want to sound like a pshyco fan andall, im only 13 but it would be really cool to hear what you have to say. Ever played the ojjuji board? (i think thats how its spelt!) lol well sincerley, one of your hometown buddies 🙂

  • linda simeone

    I love GHOST ADVENTURES. I originally started watching the other show, “Ghost Hunters”, first — but lately their program is plain out boring and pretentious. They lead you up to something astounding, cut to a commercial and you find out it’s really nothing. I think the way “Ghost Adventures” is presented and played out is awesome. “Ghost Adventures” is my favorite. I love Nick, Zac and my darling, Aaron (“Dude!”) – show is put together extremely intelligently and they pull no punches. It’s exciting, interesting and educational. My favorite paranormal show on TV, hands down besides “Celebrity Ghost Stories” and “My Ghost Story” on BIOGRAPHY. I wish there were not so many re-runs, though. I must have seen the “Bobby Mackey” episode 8 times as well as the “Moon River Brewery” a lot. Please find fresh places to investigate. BTW the episode filmed in Scotland under the tombs was totally awesome — now you’re on it. Keep up the good work. You guys rock! Thank you TRAVEL CHANNEL for having this wonderful show as part of your line up.

  • amily

    hi im amily in in high school and i have a roject about you.
    im going to be interviewed as being you
    would you mined answering some quiestions

  • brittney

    hi im such a big fan of ghost adventures i watch it everyday and i think i have spirit in house cause dogs been doing the same things at day & night plus my bf and boyfriend heard a womens voice coming from my bros b-room

  • brittney

    zak aaron and nick are the awesomest people i ever saw on tv wish u all luck cause u will all need it

  • Lilly

    Omg Ghost Adventures is the best I never missed any on there shows

    I love Zak,Nick and Aaron!!!!!!

  • taps

    hi look i,m 11 years old and i ghost aventures to help me with what i can see

  • taps

    i love ghsot adventutes don,t you

  • love

    i love zak he is so funny

  • taps

    zak is so nice i wish he can come to me school
    and meat me that would make me so happy zak he
    would make my day!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • love

    I love Zak he is hot

  • taps

    ZAK he is nice i would like to know if he can see ghost

  • Esmeralda

    i love your show im doing a project on you and i one again i love your show you Aaron and nick are very cool i watch your showe every day.

  • Esmeralda Ramos

    i wish that one day i can be on tv 2 i love how you guys work you and aaron and nick ar the best i love how you 3 work its realy cool and i am not lieing you 3 are my top 10 in my i like list witch mean i like how you are. awsome,cool,intelligent and you guys never give up you just keep on going on you job thats what i like people that work for what they like the most. you 3 are awsome 🙂 im in 6th grade but i believe in my self you. never for get about me and i will never for get about you

  • Dark Tide

    theres just one little question, who is the tallest of the three of you?

  • T.K.

    Great interview. I’m 16 years old doing a research paper on paranormal and this interview is helping alot. Do you know of any other investigators that wouldn’t mind talking to me about some experiences they’ve had or if Zak Bagans has any other experiences that he would be willing to share? It would be great for my paper.

  • Eddy

    Zak and guys, your show is good except it should be called the Zak Bagan show. Because it seems its all about Zak. And that hair! Brother you should look into a mirror. You seem like a an adult tring to be a cool teen. The show needs more of the other guy’s. Without them you are nothing.

  • Holly Leno

    Wow, I’ve been waiting for a half-decent REAL kick yah in the ass, kick ass paranormal ghost busta kinda show…..and guess what? FINALLY ………this show BLOWS ANY paranormal related show out of the #@%!*&% WATER! Your technique, the equipment and how you use your skills, has ultimately produced the most riveting, entertaining show with a pinch of terror. And us girls have the best view in the house!!

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  • ralene

    Dear zak aaron n nick i love you show but i live in ILL in carpentersville i have a place for u. u guys never been b4 it at the dmv corss st there a very old place i dont have pic but i have been told

  • Brandi Grettler

    I have been watching your show for years now and would like to say what a great show you have. Also Zak nice Birthday, mine is April 6th 1980 and I’m from Virginia. Hope all 3 of you keep filming it helps a lot for the non-believers out here.

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