One of my favorite shows on TV is Ghost Adventures. Coming up on Monday I will feature a Halloween show. I will also feature the Duluth Ghost Hunters who have been busy with some local landmarks. Here are some of the greatest moments on Ghost Adventures from the Travel Channel.

Here's what Zak Bagans says about his show and the way he operates.

I’ve encountered spirits who bully other spirits and take pleasure in intimidating the living. This happens frequently in the dark holes that we toss the worst of humanity into like prisons, penitentiaries, and reformatories where the meanest of the mean spent their days. Often emotionally unstable, we sequester them with their own kind behind mammoth stone walls so we don’t have to gaze upon life’s castaways and only think about them when a Johnny Cash song catches our ear.

We do this for the public good, but also because seeing them reminds us of our own fallibility.

I’ve investigated a lot of places where disturbed people once lived and died, but at the Amargosa Opera House and Hotel in Death Valley Junction, California I encountered a spirit who made Caligula seem like a Saint. The employees of the hotel called him The Boss Man and our fixer (a local paranormal investigator) said he liked to taunt people, push them, feel them, scratch them, and do generally malevolent things, even to the hotel staff. He was the type who rose up to a challenge-the bigger and more aggressive the human, the more active he was. Some people would scare away from this, but I go in the opposite direction and get excited for a confrontation. He’s nothing more than a bully and has to be dealt with accordingly. Click Here for the full article