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Ghost Hunters Ready To Return Without Grant Wilson

August 23, 2012 06:31 AM by Ryan Haidet

Just because Grant Wilson is gone from the show, the TAPS team isn’t done.  The ghastly gang is still seeking spirits as a new 14-episode season of Ghost Hunters premieres Wednesday, September 5 at 9 p.m. on SyFy.  Under the leadership of Jason Hawes, the usual TAPS members are back on the spooky hunt in a variety of creepy locations.  Where are they going?  We’ve got the dastardly details!

Here’s where they will be hunting for ghosts in the first few episodes.

“A Serial Killer’s Revenge” on September 5: Charleston, South Carolina has the distinct honor of winning Ghost Hunters’ America’s Hometown Ghost Hunt contest.  TAPS heads straight to the historic Old City Jail, where America’s first female serial killer, Lavinia Fisher, spent her last few days alive before her execution in 1820.

“Camp Fear” on September 12: TAPS travels to Georgia’s Camp Rutledge, the location of a “Friday the 13th” movie shoot, in search of “elemental spirits” — created by nature, not humans — and also stops in Marion, North Carolina to help a young mom who fears a ghost might be out to hurt her daughter.

“French Quarter Massacre” on September 19: In an effort to bring closure to families of the victims of the 1973 Jimani Lounge Massacre — where 32 men died in a horrific arson attack — TAPS fans out across New Orleans, investigating the Jimani Lounge, The Mortuary and a cemetery, in its attempt to contact the fire’s victims.

“Don’t Feed the Apparition” on September 26: TAPS doesn’t let being outdoors and surrounded by animals interfere with its investigation of the Alexandria Zoo in Alexandria, Louisiana.  Zoo staffers have experienced unexplained occurrences that remind them of the pranks pulled by their dearly departed zookeeper, which leaves them wondering if their old friend is playing practical jokes on them from beyond the grave.

Grant left the show for personal reasons at the conclusion of the season finale earlier this year in May.  His departure, although never fully explained, stirred up a storm of speculation with some fans thinking his marriage was in jeopardy.  That rumor was never confirmed.  Some even believed Grant left because he wasn’t getting along with Jason.

Ghost Hunters is SyFy’s longest-running unscripted series. Since its 2004 premiere, the show has spawned two spin-offs with more than 200 episodes among the three series.

Will you be watching the upcoming season?  Do you think it will be weird to watch without Grant every week?  Do you have any of your own paranormal experiences?  Where do you want to see the TAPS team investigate next?  Sound off and tell us your thoughts in the comment section below!

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One Response to “Ghost Hunters Ready To Return Without Grant Wilson”

  1. Qwerty Says:
    August 17th, 2013 at 8:29 pm

    Since ghost hunters is going down hill since grant left and them cutting the sexiest I candy ashely troub for no fucking reason at least I have ghost adventures to on. It’s just that I think that grant left ashely cut loose and having to many changes and having ghi being canceld or getting canceld by now…..ghost hunters is not what it’s use to.
    ASHELY TROUB GOT SCREWED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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