Top 10 Scariest Ghost Adventures Episodes
I first saw that island when I was stationed in Vicenza, 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've had for years. Best job ever. Keep it up. Thank you all, US Paratrooper.
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 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 of your other hauntings! That's one place I plan to stay away from!
Very creepy. Good thing they took a priest the last time.
It is really scary. I almost peed my pants.
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.
I've actually visited that place, and nothing really happened. (At least, nothing that I know of.)
Nick is the best.
When the doll without batteries started laughing, it was creepy, and the fire that started by itself and the location in general - out in the middle of nowhere along a river with no light - was eerie.
The laughing doll haunts me mentally today.
Not a fan of dolls regardless, and since this episode aired for me after the Sallie House one, I didn't even bother watching it.
Whatever you do, know that it is scary too.
Gave me anxiety!
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, Nevada, for years. I look at Goldfield differently now. The other place was the Riddle House! I've never seen anything break gravity like that! Keep up the awesome work.
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 Zak tried to choke himself. I'd assume that place was as haunted as it was because of those Satanists in the '60s and '70s sacrificing animals. Pretty creepy episode for me.
This is probably the scariest.
It was interesting and somewhat intense, but I would not categorize it as one of the top tens. I think the one called Glen Inn or hotel is much scarier and is 100% real, with all the evidence.
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.
Scariest episode, in my opinion, but it gave me nightmares for a little while.
That figure they saw was terrifying.
Swan House Inn got me creeped out. There were many, many times I felt what they felt.
Geez, they were investigating an amusement park, and it was creepy. It's like the guy who made the place in the '70s wanted to scare children. I made the mistake of watching this around 1 a.m. It was pretty creepy.