In each episode, Jason Hawes and his team of paranormal investigators, TAPS (The Atlantic Paranormal Society) investigate paranormal activity across the country.
It's the final season, and the cases are bigger than ever. Rail yards, mansions, jails, armories, museums, theaters and more are on the docket for TAPS to investigate - and look for some famous faces to join them.
Catch Up On Past Seasons
Plumbers, Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson moonlight as Ghost Hunters, leading an intrepid team called T.A.P.S. (The Atlantic Paranormal Society) through investigations of churches, inns and infamous jails.
T.A.P.S. investigates paranormal activity at private residencies, the Bradley Playhouse and the USS North Carolina Museum.
What was that?! The Ghost Hunters prove that the third season is a charm with such notable investigations of The Stanley Hotel, Jim Henson Studios and the murder site of the Manson Murders.
Jason, Grant and their crack team of investigators including Dave Tango and Steve Gonsalves continue their cross country investigation of haunted locations. Guest investigators Josh Gates and Colin Ferguson come along for the ride - and the frights.
The team returns for 25 episodes filled with hair raising investigations of locations in Chicago, Florida and Connecticut.
The crew celebrates 100 episodes! Plus, T.A.P.S. and The Real Housewives of Atlanta - no, your eyes are not deceiving you- team up to hunt ghosts in Georgia’s Rhodes Hall.
Our fearless team of Ghost Hunters track down spirits from Honolulu, HI to Bethlehem, PA.
After eight incredible seasons of fright-filled investigations T.A.P.S. co-founder Grant Wilson bids The Ghost Hunters farewell.
Among a host of other spooky locales, the team investigates the site of The Black Dahlia Murder and Madame Tussauds wax museum in L.A.
Shari Ventura joins the team as the newest investigator, while T.A.P.S. continues to traverse through haunted sites across America.