'Ghost Hunters' Returns to Syfy on Wednesday, June 12

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June 10th, 2013

Ghost Hunters

via press release:





NEW YORK – June 10, 2013– Syfy’s hit original series Ghost Hunters returns on Wednesday, June 12 at 9 PM ET/PT with brand new investigations in all-new locations.


Season 9 continues with the premiere of “The Ghost Hasn’t Left the Building,” in which Jason Hawes and TAPS (The Atlantic Paranormal Society) head to Louisiana to investigate the historic Shreveport Municipal Memorial Auditorium – famed for being the venue where Elvis Presley played his first professional gig in 1954. The Shreveport Auditorium has also hosted rock ‘n’ roll legends including Johnny Cash and Hank Williams Sr.


Hoping to ease the minds of the famed venue’s frightened visitors, performers and staff, TAPS’ client is hoping that the team can find an explanation for all the reports of paranormal activity taking place at the auditorium. She also wants to know if Elvis really did leave the building or if The King’s spirit is attracting an audience of apparitions…


The June 12 episode also marks Amy Bruni’s first investigation back with TAPS since going on maternity leave last year.


Upcoming Ghost Hunters investigations include “Ghost Friends Forever” (June 19), at a bungalow in Little Rock, AR; “Vintage Spirits” (June 26), at the Belvoir Winery in Liberty, MO; “Hoover Damned” (July 10) at Nevada’s Old Boulder City Hospital and “Something in the Water” (July 17) at The Elms Resort & Spa in Excelsior Springs, MO.


Ghost Hunters is produced for Syfy by Craig Piligian's Pilgrim Studios (The Ultimate Fighter, Top Shot). Piligian and Mike Nichols serve as executive producers along with Thomas Thayer and Alan David.


Please let us know if you need a screener of “The Ghost Hasn’t Left the Building.” The episode is also available for screening on NBCUniversal Media Village.


Syfy is a media destination for imagination-based entertainment. With year round acclaimed original series, events, blockbuster movies, classic science fiction and fantasy programming, a dynamic Web site (www.Syfy.com), and a portfolio of adjacent business (Syfy Ventures), Syfy is a passport to limitless possibilities. Originally launched in 1992 as SCI FI Channel, and currently in more than 98 million homes, Syfy is a network of NBCUniversal, one of the world's leading media and entertainment companies.  NBCUniversal is owned by Comcast Corporation. (Syfy. Imagine greater.)

  • JFC

    Why? Did they find something this time?

  • AppleStinx

    Doesn’t Priscilla own the rights to Elvis Presley’s ghost too? I can sense a lawsuit coming.

  • coolioni

    Oh please not another season of this garbage.

  • Jo

    I’ve been watching GH since the first season. i’m done now. this show has gotten consistently worse with each year. The background music makes it impossible to “hear” anything and the camera is ALWAYS on the hunters and not the places they are looking toward. So, all we get to see is the ridiculously “surprised” looks on the hunter’s faces. “……did you see that? what the eff was that……did you you hear that” the answer to these questions asked constantly by the hunters is….NO, i don’t hear or see anything but you speaking or your faces on the tv. You’ve got NOTHING on the Ghost Adventures crew. Goodbye.

  • AppleStinx

    Please let us know if you need a screener of “The Ghost Hasn’t Left the Building.”

    Yes, we do, thank you, thank you very much.

  • Tropicalperson

    I agree with Jo 100%, however, this show HAD its purpose and actually HAS captured some (hopefully) ‘real’ apparitions/entities/spirits (pick one). Those few shows that show (if what we are seeing REALLY happened) what seems to be REAL, HONEST evidence should be like major news stories on the network evenings news programs but no ever hears ANYTHING regarding the field of “paranormal” (NOT “supernatural”, like ‘Bigfoot’).

    They blew their trust a while back when “Collargate” happened starring the ‘cofounder’…once this type of show loses its audiences trust that what they are seeing and hearing (yes, through all the “special noise effects” ;-{ ) happened just as it did without much altering, meaning; ONLY use a multi-band equalizer to “clean” up EVP’s and nothing more (nothing to the video either).

    That’s where the Ghost Adventures Crew does its job so much better. Even though those “special noise effects” creep into their show now and then, they seem to TRY and keep it to a minimum. Clearly, the GAC, as they are better known in the “field”, has the superior show.

    That said, I’m a “paranormal” ‘hobbyist’ of sorts and will tend to watch anything on TV that has to do with the subject. Common sense weeds out the shows that are more for “entertainment” than education/learning. Use it and you’ll be fine.

    Aloha For Now!

  • Bored

    These shows have to go. They are just bad. I wish Syfy would start showing real Syfy shows. This type of show is just plain trash. It’s so bad I am watching the food channel more!

  • Bored

    These shows have to go. They are just bad.

    I wish they would start showing real Sci fi shows. This type of show is just plain trash.

    It’s so bad I am watching the food channel more!

  • Bored

    see I am typing double

  • jojo_man0

    I agree with Jo. The back ground music and sound effects are becoming annoying. Jo’s right about those stupid questions they ask . What was that ? Did you see that ? Did you hear that ? It’s getting ridicules. Just not the same anymore. I have a feeling GH will be ending soon..

  • AppleStinx

    That’s one show ready to give up the ghost.

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