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Ghost Hunters: Season 6: Part 1

Ghost Hunters: Season 6: Part 1
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September 13,2011

“Ghost Hunters,” America’s favorite paranormal investigation series, brings ever more astonishing discoveries, eerie historical facts and tingling revelations to light with the release of “Ghost Hunters: Season 6: Part 1.”  On September 13, Image Entertainment once again joins forces with Grant Wilson, Jason Hawes and The Atlantic Paranormal Society as they investigate and reveal shocking stories of the netherworld.

“Ghost Hunters,” currently in its seventh season on the Syfy Channel, continues to be the #1 paranormal franchise on cable television.  In Season 6, the TAPS gang takes on their biggest case yet: Alcatraz, the former military prison known worldwide for the countless claims of paranormal activity witnessed within its walls. Other spine-tingling investigations this season include some of the team’s most thrilling locales, including cases at the famous Philadelphia Zoo, the historic Otesaga Resort Hotel in Cooperstown and the home of abolitionist and author Harriet Beecher Stowe.  Prepare to be scared with some of the most unforgettable episodes of the series.
The spine-tingling adventures taken on “Ghost Hunters: Season 6: Part 1” will certainly keep any fan of the series awake all night:
• Alcatraz Live
• Fort Ticonderoga
• Shamrock Spirits
• Phantoms of Jersey
• Touched by Evil
• Haunted Reform School
• Ghosts in the Attic
• Inn of the Dead
• Spirits of the Night
• Norwich State
• Haunted Hotel
• America’s First Zoo 
The more they uncover, the more questions arise.  Somewhere lays the truth between myth, reality and folklore.  The fun is in the frights as “Ghost Hunters: Season 6 Part 1” takes on a whole new world of adventure! 

Speacial Features


The 3-disc set includes the series’ 100th live broadcast, deleted scenes and additional creepy content.

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