Monday, March 31, 2014 | 5:04 p.m.
“Ghost Adventures” host and producer Zak Bagans confirmed that his Las Vegas-based paranormal team has already received a go-ahead for a Season 10 this fall on the Travel Channel now that his Season 9 is underway every Saturday.
Additionally, a second “Ghost Adventures” series of 13 episodes titled “Aftershocks” premieres April 26.
Zak told me: “Past guests from ‘Ghost Adventures’ will sit in a warehouse studio set to tell us more chilling information about their spirit attachments and very personal terrifying ghost stories since I’ve last seen them.
“So far, every episode we’ve filmed is nothing short of powerful, emotional moments, tears and WTF moments. It’s gotta watch TV! The first episode deals with demonic attacks and will literally draw tears, then send chills down your spine with what is presented on the premiere.”
Zak will celebrate his birthday this Saturday when simultaneously the Travel Channel will air his new one-hour documentary special “Netherworld,” which he shot in the catacombs of Paris to show the mysteries and legends under the French capital.
He also is in full production of his documentary feature film about the famed “demon house” of Gary, Ind., where a family suffered a demonic possession witnessed and validated by police officers, clergy and Child Protective Services workers.
“This may well be one of the most well-documented cases of demonic possession ever — way beyond the scripted ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ — and the film contains new developments in a story that will blow you away.”
Hollywood distributors have been in a bidding war for the rights, and Zak promises to announce the release date soon.
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