Scariest Ghost Adventures Episodes
The Top Ten Scariest Ghost Adventures Episodes
Very creepy good thing they took a priest the last time.
It is really scary. I awlmost peed my pants
I don't know why, but every time I see you back there I get a very uneasy feeling. I've never felt that WAY with any other of your hauntings!.
That's one place I plan to stay away from!.
I've actually visited that place, and nothing happened really. (At least, nothing that I know of) - CrypticMemory
Nick ist the best
I USED TO HANG OUT THERE WHILE I LIVED IN SAVANNAH. ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS, WE STAYED LATE AND WITNESSED A MISTY FIGURE FLOATING ON THE STAIRWELL, AS WELL AS BEING TOUCHED.
The part where Zak got possessed was creepy. Other than that, there wasn't anything scary about the episode
Zak gets possessed in this episode!
I fist saw that island when I was stationed in Vecenza Italy.
I asked about it, thinking it must be another tourist trap.
The locals told me it is the island of Death.
That was back in 1973. You really answered questions that I had for years Best job ever.
Keep it up.
Thank You All
What ever you do not see it is scary to
After seeing your first visit to Goldfield I got hooked! Flying bricks and lumber!.
I've driven by that place on my WAY to Mercury Nev. For years. I look at Goldfield
The other place was the Riddle House!.
I've never seen anything break gravity like that!.
Keep up the awesome Work.
Oh yeah o 9
Was interesting and some intense but I will not categorized it as the top tens. I think the own called Glan Inn or hotel is much more scarier and sure is 100% real with all the evidence.
The laughing doll haunts me mentally today.
Not a fan of dolls regardless, and since this episode for me aired after the Sallie House one, I didn’t even bother watching it - PackFan2005
Gave me anxiety!
I recently got the chance to see this episode, and that place is probably one of the creepiest and most dangerous places they’ve ever investigated. Their still-shot photographer had to quit because she is still dealing with an attachment from the woods. Not to mention the threat of venomous snakes. They also saw a pair of eyes briefly, Aaron was thrown about 10-15 feet into a bush, and Zac tried to choke himself. I’d assume that place was as haunted as it was because of those Satanists in the 60’s and 70’s sacrificing animals. Pretty creepy episode for me. - PackFan2005
This episode was creepy throughout, but the scariest part was when the teddy bear started moving in a circle. Then I turned my living room light on. - PackFan2005
That figure they saw was terrifying... - TheOlderBrother
Swan house inn got me creeped out there was many many many times I felt what they felt
Meh, this one wasn’t that creepy - PackFan2005
The scariest Woolsworth ride in history.
Geez, they were investigating an amusement park, and it was creepy. It’s like the guy who made the place in the 70’s wanted to scare children. I made the mistake of watching this around 1 am. It was pretty creepy. - PackFan2005
I've been here for their Terror Behind the Walls event and it wasn't even scary
I found this episode to be the scariest, growls, crew disappearances, yellow lit eyes, creepy caves all out in a dangerous desert. Made me jump multiple times
All of them were out
Did an overnight tour on 9/1/2019 & captured many spirt orbs& apprations on my phone. I felt something touch my arm. I basically felt like everywhere I was inside the building something was watching me. One of my friends from a glance saw someone standing beside me & at first thought it was me. Keep in mind we were in complete darkness& majority of the light came from our camera flash from constantly taking pictures to capture whatever. This was the best haunting experience I ever had & I loved it & will be returning.