Clicky GhostHuntersFans.Net News: September 2010

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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Ghost Hunters to Investigate Buffalo Central Terminal Live this Halloween

SyFy announced earlier today that this year's Ghost Hunters Live will take place at Buffalo Central Terminal in Buffalo, New York. The investigation will broadcast live on SyFy Halloween night from 7 PM to 1 AM. In accordance with SyFy's advertising new advertising partner Dodge, "the Grand Caravan will play an integral role throughout the Ghost Hunters Halloween Live event, as the minivan's technology will be used to enhance the TAPS team's hunt throughout the 6 hours". As usual, there will be live video feeds online at, live chats with the team, and a panic button. The live event will feature investigators from the entire Ghost Hunters franchise, as well as a few special guests.  
Airing Sunday, October 31, from 7PM-1AM (ET/PT), Ghost Hunters Halloween Live features cast members from the entire Ghost Hunters franchise (as well as some other special guests), who will team up to take on the haunts at the inimitable Buffalo Central Terminal in Buffalo, New York. Built in 1929 and abandoned 50 years later, the Terminal was once a bustling, 14-story combination office tower and train station. Now, this decaying art deco masterpiece is a potent hotbed of paranormal activity.

Bruce Tango Leading Investigations at Proprietary House in NJ

Bruce Tango, father to TAPS investigator Dave Tango and frequent guest investigator on Ghost Hunters, will be leading a series of Friday night ghost hunts at the Proprietary House in Perth Amboy, New Jersey. His first event will take place this Friday at 7:30 PM and will be followed by subsequent weekly events on October 8, 15 and 22 at the same time. reports that while at the house "Tango will conduct a meet-and -greet, show the "Ghost Hunters" episode filmed at the Proprietary House, talk about the haunted history of the Proprietary House, tell ghost tales and conduct an electronic voice phenomena test." The Proprietary House was previously featured on an episode of Ghost Hunters in 2008. Tickets are $45 for adults and $25 for ages 12 to 17 and are available via reservation by calling 732-826-5527.

Monday, September 27, 2010

Lemp Mansion Sneak Peek

This week the Ghost Hunters investigate Lemp Mansion in St. Louis, Missouri. The mansion was built in the 1860s and bought a short time later by William J. Lemp. The mansion is said to be one of the ten most haunted places in the country. Watch a sneak peek of TAPS' investigation below.

Join our Chat! Join our Ghost Hunters chat this Wednesday at 8:15 PM pacific (11:15 PM EST). Talk about everything Ghost Hunters! (You can set a reminder if you think you might forget!)

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Milton School in Illinois Featured on Oct. 6th Episode

The old Milton School in Alton, Illinois will be featured on the October 6th episode of Ghost Hunters. The school, built in 1904, has been a hotbed of activity due to several malevolent murders, according to the local newspaper The Telegraph. Antoinette's Haunted History Tours offers people the opportunity to visit the school themselves. For more information about the tours, visit . A preview of the episode will be posted here (as always) when SyFy puts one online.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Jason Confirms Live Halloween Investigation on Twitter

Following in the tradition of years past, there will be a Live Halloween Ghost Hunters investigation this year. Jason just confirmed this on Twitter and said that details will be announced soon. Currently, there is has not been a confirmed location for the site of the investigation, so stay tuned for more details.

The answer to everyones question, 'are you doing a halloween show?' Yes, we are doing a live halloween show. Details to be announced soon.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Meet Jason & Grant at Barnes & Noble in Smithfield, RI October 2

Jason and Grant will be signing copies of their new tween book Ghost Hunt: Chilling Tales of the Unknown, on October 2 at a Barnes & Noble in Smithfield, Rhode Island. The signing will take place at 2 PM in the afternoon. The Barnes & Noble location is 371 Putnam Pike Suite 330, Smithfield, RI 02917. If you get a chance to go, don't forget to mention your favorite fansite, GhostHuntersFans.Net! :)

On a related note, Dustin Pari will be a guest at the New York Comic Con October 8-10, 2010 along with fellow former GHI investigator Angela Alderman. To find more upcoming GH events, visit our page devoted to the subject!

Monday, September 20, 2010

Meat Loaf Investigating with TAPS on "One of the Coolest Cases Ever"

Jason Hawes posted a tweet yesterday that revealed that Meat Loaf, who has previously appeared as a guest investigator on Ghost Hunters and has expressed a desire to return to the show, will indeed be appearing in a future episode. Not only that, but Jason mentioned that they are on "one of the coolest cases ever". As of now, it is unsure when the investigation will air on SyFy, but it will probably be included in Season 7, which premieres next year.

Heading to one of the coolest cases ever and guess whose joining us? The one and only Meatloaf...
More Info: Steve has been tweeting from Birmingham, Alabama and even uploaded this photo from their shoot. If Steve is with the TAPS team (no word yet on whether Ghost Hunters Academy has been officially cancelled), it would be safe to assume that the team is with Meat Loaf somewhere in Birmingham. Note that this is just speculation and nothing is certain.
In Birmingham Alabama!! I left the 60's and here its in the 90's... so hot!
Shooting in the Alabama sun...

'Signals From The Past' Sneak Peek

This Wednesday TAPS investigates the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. SyFy has posted a sneak peek that you can see below! Don't forget about our chat on Wednesday night at 8 PM pacific (11 PM EST)

Kris Talks Tweeting, Traveling, and Her Big Secret has posted a new interview with TAPS' Kris Williams in which she talks about Twitter, traveling, teases about her big secret, and her New England sarcasm.

LM: You've been teasing your followers on Twitter lately about a big secret -- When will you be doing the big reveal?
KW: I don't know yet -- I can't say until I get the go ahead.
LM: There has even been a hashtag created for the secret #KrisBigSecret ...

KW: Yes, it's funny, I've been getting all kinds of crazy guesses.

LM: Which was your favorite?
KW: (laughing) Oh, there was one about starting a new reality show called 'Kris' new BFF' where you would have to learn to shoot, ghost hunt and sing a Doors' song in order to win.
LM: Speaking of the Doors, I hear you'll be joining a Doors tribute band in New York City. How did that come about?
KW: A mutual fan of the Doors tribute band and I got us together. Some of my other interests are that I'm a huge Morrison fan. I'll be doing the one appearance with them and we'll see New York goes.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Send In Your Fan Stuff!

Have you made any Ghost Hunters fan art, videos, backgrounds, etc? Have you met the TAPS team or have a signed item that you would like to share with the world? Have you ever written any fan fiction? In the near future, a new page will be added to GhostHuntersFans.Net that is devoted to all that "fan stuff" (and some more), but before it can open, it needs stuff from the fans! That's where you come in! If you have anything that you think could be added to the future page (fan encounters, stories, photos, art, videos, whatever), please send it to If you have yet to make anything that fits the criteria, it's never too late to start. The bottom line is this: if you have something/make something that you think other GH fans would appreciate, send it in!

Saturday, September 18, 2010

St. Augustine Live Investigation Moved to October 15

Ripley's Belive It or Not St. Augustine Lighthouse investigation with Dustin Pari has been delayed for about a month. According to Dustin's Twitter the event was rescheduled from September 24/25 to October 15 "due to a scheduling conflict beyond our control". Tickets for the event are still available through Ideal Event Manage. If you are interested in finding more TAPS events, check out our events page.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Pink RayGun Interviews Kris Williams

Pink Raygun has posted a new interview with TAPS investigator and "tough chick" Kris Williams. In the interview, Kris talks more about her background, how she joined TAPS, her scariest experiences, and what it's like to work in fields were there are lots more men than women.

PRG: Prior to Ghost Hunters, you had a pretty wide variety of experience, from construction and modeling and acting. How did you transition between them?

KW: My father raised me to know that being a female is not a weakness, being a female doesn’t mean you can’t do things. He was big on teaching me new things that were considered unusual for girls. I spent many summers working on my car – he taught me how to do bodywork and mechanical stuff. He was a flooring installer and that’s how I got into that.
I reached a point in my life where I was sick of doing the normal nine-to-five thing, so I started trying different things. I tried the flooring and did tile, hardwood, vinyl, and all that stuff. But, I also worked in carpentry where I was doing things like installing oak staircases and cabinets, framing doors and hanging windows. I have always been a very hands on person.
I also don’t like being told I can’t do something. It’s mainly by guys. If a guy tells me I can’t do something, I will kill myself to not only do it, but do it better than they do. I think that’s what happened with the flooring. I was part of a crew and was the only girl there.
It’s a strange little world, and it’s not only there. It’s in a lot of situations that are male driven. If you want to do well, you not only have to bust your ass, you have to work harder than they do to get any respect. It’s helped me out a lot in a few areas of my life.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

"Shot In The Dark" Sneak Peek

Although SyFy took their sweet time this week, a sneak peek of tomorrow's all new episode of Ghost Hunters is online! Enjoy the clip below and don't forget to pop into our chat tomorrow night at 9 PM pacific! (You can set an e-mail reminder if you are of the forgetful type)

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Photos From 'Ghost Hunt' Signing at Book Ends

GhostHuntersFans.Net visitor Barbara Perry was in attendance at last night's book signing in New Jersey with Jason and Grant. She's kindly sent in a few photos from yesterday's event that can be seen below.

Monday, September 6, 2010

Reminder: 'Ghost Hunt' Release Tomorrow; NJ Signing on Wednesday

Just a reminder that Jason and Grant's new tween book, Ghost Hunt: Chilling Tales of the Unknown, will be released tomorrow in bookstores. You can visit the book's website at and read an early review of the book here. If you are in the New Jersey area on Wednesday night, it might be a good idea to visit Book Ends, because Jason and Grant will be doing a book signing at their store starting at 7 PM.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Look for Upcoming Ghost Hunters Events in One Place

Want to meet the TAPS team in person? Not sure where you can go about doing that, besides attempting to stalk them via their tweets? No need to worry! All you have to do is visit our new Upcoming Events page which will be continually updated with the dates and locations of upcoming TAPS/GHI events (appearances, conferences, investigations, etc.). Everything is organized by month and a link is provided for each event, which makes it easy to find out more information and/or purchase tickets (if needed). Even if you don't plan on doing any traveling soon, feel free to check out our latest addition to the fansite!

Friday, September 3, 2010

'Univited Guests' Sneak Peek

TAPS is on the hunt for "uninvited guests" this Wednesday on Ghost Hunters. If you can't wait until then to see the epsiode, just watch the sneak peek below. Don't forget to join our chat next Wednesday at 9:00 PM pacific!

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Behind The Scenes: Ghost Hunters at the Zoo

Tonight the TAPS team will take on a whole different kind of case, as they investigate America's oldest zoo in Philadelphia. TV Guide has a short piece online which features some behind the scenes moments from the team's investigation.
"This is our first chance to investigate a zoo," says TAPS' lead investigator Jason Hawes. "And to do it at the first zoo in America is great." Still, the site's history had Hawes' partner-in-paranormality Grant Wilson feeling a little cagey. "It's supposedly a Native American burial ground. William Penn's grandson had a house here, it's been a zoo could be totally different hauntings than we're used to."
Investigator Britt Griffith powwows with Wilson and Hawes to map out the night's locations, which include a grassy knoll where spotting a ghostly Native American won't be their only problem. "We've never been in an area where we don't know what sounds are gonna come out," says Wilson. "We might hear a bear. We might hear [birds]. So we have to pay really attention to the audio."
Before the investigation begins, Griffith goes over each group's assignment from a central location (aka, the team's van). The key to rattling ghosts into activity? "Treat them with respect," urges Hawes. "They're just people. They had families, they had lives. So you go in there, be honest with them, tell them what you're doing. You just talk to them."
"Paranormal investigating is possibly one of the most boring hobbies a person can have," quips Amy Bruni as she fires up an infrared-equipped DV recorder for a long night of waiting and watching. "It looks really exciting on the show because we go to the best locations."

Exclusive Adam Berry Interview

Check out our interview with Ghost Hunters Academy cadet and newest TAPS member Adam Berry! Want to know what Adam's favorite food is? Want advice for your own Ghost Hunters Academy audition? Need to know what else Adam likes other than the paranormal? Which investigation was his favorite? Find out all the answers to these questions and more in our Adam Berry interview!
Of the six investigations, which was your favorite? Why?

GOD!! That is a tough question.... I mean I want to say The Stanley... of course.. it was terrifyingly brillant but I also really really loved the Ohio State Reformatory... We got to stay at the Stanley and we were always surrounded by paranormal activity which was great. The history was rich and a novel was based off of the experiences that happens at the Stanley. The prison was huge and there were so many things that happened that no one could explain. it was almost like the spirits were playing with us tricking us to do what they wanted US to do. Plus i loved working with Michelle!