Plus the way Ted kept sniggering and laughing during the summoning ritual and afterwards. The Tintic Mining District is one of the oldest mining sites in Utah. The guy with the cloak had something in his pocket hence the cloak that played high frequency pre-recorded sound. The Juab County Courthouse is the site of a 1915 murder. Ghost Adventures will be headed to check things out, measuring paranormal activity in a handful of the local buildings including the Gatley Building. Those people were creepy as hell, especially the guy. Pic credit: Travel Channel This week on Ghost Adventures, Zak Bagans and his crew are headed to Eureka, Utah to investigate the haunted buildings of the Tinctic Mining District.
With the paranormal investigator, telling them about the Fitch Mansion. Pic credit: Travel Channel The McCormick and Co. Several of the old buildings still standing in Eureka are said to be haunted. By 1899, this area was the top mineral producer in Utah. A special guest investigator joins the team for the terrifying lockdown in which an unprecedented piece of evidence horrifies everyone.
If only they had Shane and Boogara there. Pic credit: Travel Channel Stories of an anti-woman paranormal force int he Gatley Building claim that whatever lurks there is dominant and persistent, often slamming doors and locals have even said they have heard footsteps where there was no one. His hands are out of his cloack for the first time all evening immediately after his prank has been pulled. Also if you are into rituals, not fully willing to talk about them once on camera, why agree to be filmed, or were they looking for new bait and initiations to join them? Bank is another location that locals claim to be very haunted. Not only was it the loudest evp in the history of evps.
Those miners worked in the lucrative mines and then spent their earnings entertaining themselves in the local brothels and saloons. Billie's friend, who she said cut herself, but what was it with Ted wielding that knife behind Jay, it's even more suspicious of what happened to her girlfriend and cutting herself. There were four big mines located within the district and they employed many miners who either lived nearby or moved to be closer to their job. There will also be investigations of the Juab County Courthouse, the site where City Marshal Alex Robertson was murdered in 1915 after Elmer Horton for public drunkenness before Horton shot Robertson in retaliation. How he was attacked there and how there were some form of rituals taking place there. Leading them to agree to a ritual with the owner, Billie and her friend, Ted. Same with Billie telling Zak she couldn't sleep after their conversation and how he must've brought something with him.
The Ghost Adventures team heads to Eureka, Utah. No one in the room could hear it - but the recorder the crew use could. Normally I don't like when they have guests but the People Magazine Lady was fun. Eureka was home to four big mines: Bullion Beck and Champion, Centennial Eureka, Eureka Hill, and Gemini, and later, the Chief Consolidated Mining Company. Look how smug he is immediately after it happens and they go with it. Did she cut herself willingly or was she made to do it? What started off as a 'simple' scratch simple, call it, straightforward investigation about another mining town, after an invite from the town of Eureka's Mayor, turned into something more prepossessing and evil. I mean lets be honest with ourselves.
You know, free advertizing for whatever they're into. A member of the family died in the home, and there's a chance their spirit may still be lurking in the shadows. Pic credit: Travel Channel Last but not least, Ghost Adventures will look into the paranormal presence at the home where the Fitch family, who played a major role in early Eureka, Utah, lived and at least one of them died. Investigating the bank in town and getting the light anomaly on the stairs, I said it looked like it was going down the stairs too. Some kind of weird synchronicity yes, but also as if the 'powers' that be good or evil appear to always lead them onto another case or location which has much more sinister happenings and occurrences, or more of a purpose to them being there. Yeah it's for publicity, but do they really need credence from a sceptic, they've had years, ten to be precise; in proving the existence and amassing evidence! I feel like he's into some dark shit and was targeting Zak for whatever reason, wanting him to look into the mirror and whatnot.
The family played a key role in shaping the history of Eureka when they opened the Consolidated Mining Company which became the largest mine in the town, as well as one of the largest silver mines in the country. . Robertson was shot and killed by Horton at the entrance to the courthouse building. At least that's my line of thinking and how I feel. Naturally, Ghost Adventures will be checking it out. Ghost Adventures season 17 episode 8 Tintic Mining District Zak and the crew head to a former mining camp in Eureka, Utah, to investigate several haunted buildings.
City Marshal Alex Robertson had just arrested Eureka resident Elmer Horton for public drunkenness and shooting firearms within the city limits. Ghost Adventures lately seems to get even more connected to other eps and investigations from the past and this one was no exception. Within the next three decades, the Tinctic District, named after a local Ute Indian Chief Tintic, was the biggest mining center of the state. What did bring into my house? This area, some 85 miles south of Salt Lake City, was built up after silver ore was discovered in 1869. The town had its share of murder, accidents and mayhem that led to the short lifespan of a miner. It felt more than just coincidental, them ending up here of all places in the town. It turns out that the ghost town is about to get busy again.
It was right near the device too - hence how loud it is. Would explain the stuff being thrown or knocked over. Then lo and behold we get Alaister Crowley again, as mentioned in the Westerfeld House ep see link to my review below and also Jay's reference to it in the Route 666 ep. I doubt Zak will ever do a live special ever again. It seems to find them out just to add a more darker gravitas to the investigation. That woman asking if Zak brought anything into her house. A total dumpster fire in the best way.