They have to prove to everyone that what's said is true. Some reported truly appalling conditions with a sense of misery, wretchedness and disease present everywhere. The second investigation takes place in one of Australia's most purportedly haunted locations. Judwiga, the staff historian, tours them around the facility, where eerie noises, voices speaking German, and creepy feelings, as of being watched, abound. This is just the same story about Ghostbusters, about those who are trying to catch. And they say good help is hard to find. In the officer's prison, people speculate that the man with the iron mask was a relative— either an identical twin, illegitimate child or distant relative — to the king.
I really enjoyed Barry at the helm, but to be fair, Rob was fabulous and I was sorry to see him leave. The murders took place in the Blue Room, and Scott Malpass, the current manager, as well as many of his employees, have felt sickening feelings of unease in that room. Not even a glimpse of the statue of Holger Danske in the casements, for example. Former owners the Jarmans killed over 60 people by getting them drunk, putting them to bed, then dropping them through a trap door in the bed into a vat of boiling oil below. In the courtroom, where people have reported seeing a black shadow and feeling their pews being hit, Paul and Scott attempt to communicate, and almost immediately hear bumping noises and see shadows. Many of the employees have quit due to the high level of paranormal activity.
Also, visitors say they are often pushed by people who are not there, even during the middle of the day! Susan boldly sits in the chair, where she feels some bizarre sensations. In the tomb-like area of the Crystal Maiden people feel strange energy, a sense of unwelcome and glowing lights around the Maiden. They meet with Geraint Hopkins, a tour guide at the castle for roughly 20 years. Formerly an orphanage, the building also served as a retirment home for Catholic priests, and was used for the torture of suspected communists in the country's 1973 coup. Joining the team was guest wrestler. The murders took place in the Blue Room, and Scott Malpass, the current manager, as well as many of his employees, have felt sickening feelings of unease in that room. The current owners moved into the manor in 1963 and had no idea of the tragic history surrounding their home and were not prepared for what was in store for them.
Charlotte threw herself from a window, and has been a hotel guest for over 200 years. Visitors of the castle have claimed that they've heard the chilling voices of the Reis family echoing in the supposedly abandoned hallways. In other parts of the inn, people have had the feeling of being strangled and of seeing apparitions and lights. Barry warns them to be careful of the fortress's dangers, including collapsing tunnels, and with that, the explorers set off. Visitors today have reported disembodied patients, doctors and nurses. Visitors and tourists to Rose Hall have said that they have heard hurried footsteps, crying babies, disembodied voices and music from far ago. This season will have the team trotting around the globe with upcoming haunted haunts in countries including Chile, Ireland, Czech Republic, Austria, Italy and Argentina.
To date, people claim to see Katharina roaming the castle's halls at night. That settled, the team moves on to its second case, Palazzo Ducale in Genoa, Italy. It sits high on the hillside, with a panorama view over the coast in Montego Bay. According to liaison and local historian Gerry Woodhams, it has also been the site of numerous sightings and experiences. Once the overview and setup are complete, the series then follows Barry, Kris, Paul, Susan, and Joe as they explore the location trying to make contact with the paranormal. The event was hosted by Josh Gates of Destination Truth along with guest investigators , Ben Hansen, and Devin Marble from Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files.
In other parts of the inn, people have had the feeling of being strangled and of seeing apparitions and lights. Built in the 11th Century, the structure has been owned by one family for hundreds of years. Barry warns them to be careful of the fortress's dangers, including collapsing tunnels, and with that, the explorers set off. Ashley gets the shock of her life when she sees a face that could be Bianca's. There is a prison in which hundreds died, including a man who had been forced to hide his face behind an iron mask as punishment for his crimes.
Tour Manager Craig Lapsley meets the crew at the boat that will ferry them to the island, and regales them with tales of prisoner torture and the murder of both a nurse and a priest within the prison's confines. Tech Specialist Paul Bradford is touched on his head in the former torture chamber, while Barry spots a shadow that could be the deceased Father Juan. Susan boldly sits in the chair, where she feels some bizarre sensations. James, built it between 1770 and 1780. They pursue the sound of a woman's voice, but find no apparent source.
As Joe and Barry investigate the site of an exorcism, they hear footsteps and call on Scott and Paul for backup, who report that one of their cameras has gone out. His decaptitated ghost is said to still haunt the structure, searching for its head. The murders took place in the Blue Room, and Scott Malpass, the current manager, as well as many of his employees, have felt sickening feelings of unease in that room. Visitors today have reported disembodied patients, doctors and nurses. Susan and Paul get more than they bargained for when a ghost gets a little too close, while the other teams have dangerous encounters of their own. Then, the team travels to Genoa to investigate the Palazzo Ducale, home to the city's doges and their prisoners. Danielle Parody's case was chosen to be investigated first during the follow-up review episode on November 5.