Ghost Adventures: Quarantine, a new four-part miniseries premieres next month on Travel Channel. Join Zak Bagans and his crew as they experience a terrifying lockdown in his museum.
Ghost Adventures: Quarantine is a brand-new Travel Channel show airing next month. This four-part mini-series focuses on Zak Bagans and his crew, Aaron Goodwin, Jay Wasley and Billy Tolley as they are locked down for two weeks in Bagans’ Haunted Museum in Las Vegas.
Of course, they will be adhering to social distancing protocols. What will make this production challenging is the guys will be filming themselves. What exactly will happen when they are alone with the vast number of haunted objects in the location remains to be seen.
However, it will probably be absolutely terrifying. One of the things that Bagans will be doing is opening the sinister Dybbuk Box which he has in his possession.
For those that don’t know the history behind that particular item, three years ago, Zak bought the cursed wine cabinet from the people who were the inspiration behind the Sam Raimi produced film, The Possession starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
A Dybbuk houses a malicious and restless spirit. The idea is to confine the evil in an object so that it cannot hurt anyone. At the time, Bagans was scared to open the box and in order to view the Dybbuk in his museum, you had to be 18 years of age and sign a waiver.
Not only will the Ghost Adventures crew be dealing with that hellish scenario but they will also tackle the Devil’s Rocking Chair and Peggy the doll. Basically, the crew is searching for answers to see if the massive collective amount of fear that is permeating society at the moment due to the COVID-19 pandemic is resulting in increased levels of paranormal activity.
According to Bagans, his team will employ “new investigative tactics and scientific devices” to aid them in their quest.
Ghost Adventures: Quarantine premieres Thursday, June 11 at 9 p.m. and will air every week through July 2.
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