'Ghost Adventures' Host Zak Bagans Buys Haunted House Like Any Normal Human Would

In case you haven’t met me before, I’m that girl who decides watching a scary movie will be so much fun, regretting it hours later only to hide under the covers all night. I’m also that friend who watches shows like Ghost Hunters, Ghost Adventures and Fact or Faked all day with my dad, only to convince myself that there is most definitely a demon noise coming from my closet. I am a freak when it comes to ghost shows because I wholeheartedly believe in the supernatural (dun dun dunnn). However, after learning that Ghost Adventures host, Zak Bagans bought a home that is allegedly haunted, all I could think was no fucking way, get your salt, bro.

Bagans bought the house for $35,000, which in “I’m an adult now and buying a house” life isn’t that much at all, but is WAY too much if it comes accessible with a ghost. Remodeled bathroom? Yes. Cozy fireplace? Oh yeah. Demon? GTFO.

Just last week, The Indianapolis Star, broke the story on Indiana mother, Latoya Ammons, who brought police officers, a Catholic priest and the Department of Child Services to the house, after claims that her three children were possessed. The case has been reported in “nearly 800 pages of official records obtained by The Indianapolis Star and recounted in more than a dozen interviews,” according to USA Today.

Ammons told The Indianapolis Star that disturbances like the noise of someone walking up the basement stairs and seeing shadow figures in her living room were only part of the crazy events that happened in the house. So, naturally, it only makes sense that someone would look at the house and say, “That one’s a winner.” I currently have goose pumps and want to throw up a little, but that’s my fault because I asked my editor to write this. WORTH IT. Hah… hah. If something happens to Bagans, I’m sure we’ll hear about it soon and you best know I’ll be the first one on it.

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