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Denver – Arches – Utah – Teton – NM Trip June 5-13th 2019

Colorado State Capitol  200 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80203  parking at 39.739172, -104.983393

Capitol’s Mile High Marker on steps to capital

The Colorado State Capitol building is open to the public from 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.  The building is closed on weekends and most legal holidays.

Free public tours are offered hourly 10:00am-3:00pm, Monday through Friday. 

United States Mint Gift shop 320 W Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80204

Denver Walking Tour 10am each day.

The front steps of the Colorado State Capitol

200 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, CO, 80203

The front steps face west, towards the mountains and towards Lincoln St.

The front steps are located just behind the Colorado Soldiers Monument statue pictured here.

Tours still operate when events are happening at the Capitol or in Civic Center Park. Please check our Facebook page the morning of your tour to see if there are any events going on that you should be aware of or if an event is taking place on the front steps of the Capitol that will require the starting location to shift slightly

Your guide will be wearing a neon yellow Denver Walking Tours shirt. They may also be carrying a small green Denver Free Walking Tours sign, especially in less than ideal weather.

10 am. Start: The Colorado State Capitol

        State Capitol Building


        Civic Center Park


        Denver Public Library


        Denver Art Museum


        City and County Building


        Approximately 11 am. U.S. Mint


        Denver Convention Center


        Denver Performing Arts Complex


        Larimer Square


       16th Street Mall


       12 – 12:30 pm. Free Denver Tours End: Union Station


2 minutes to Peabody-Whitehead Mansion  1128 Grant St, Denver, CO 80203


Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens 6601 S Colorado Blvd, Centennial, CO 80121

Columbine School Memorial

William David “Dave” Sanders

Corey Tyler DePooter

Rachel Joy Scott


Littleton Cemetery

Alfred “Alferd” Packer  39.6042938,-105.0164795

Daniel Lee Rohrbough

Lauren Dawn “Lulu” Townsend


Columbine School Memorial  7306 W Bowles Ave, Littleton, CO 80123


30 minutes to Crown Hill Cemetery


Barbara Bates  39.7549896,-105.0928802

Adolph Coors        Block 41, Space 4

Mary Coyle Chase


15 minutes to Mount Olivet Cemetery

Horace Austin Warner “HAW” Tabor – 39.7802887,-105.1438065

Elizabeth Bonduel “Baby Doe” McCourt Tabor  39.7802887,-105.1438065

John Leonard “Jack” Swigert, Jr  39.7812195,-105.1475067

Matthew Joseph Kechter  39.7796056,-105.1476278

Daniel Conner Mauser –

Francis X. Carey  39.7787895,-105.1483307

Brandaline Rose “Brandy” Duvall


10 minutes to Center of the World – 39.733911, -105.179316


15 minutes to Buffalo Bill Cody  39.7325859,-105.2384033  but park at Lookout mountain park at

39.7325859,-105.2384033 ( 987 Lookout Mountain Rd, Golden, CO 80401 )  


 Phoenix Gold Mine  800 Trail Creek Rd, Idaho Springs, CO 80452

Open 10 am to 6 pm daily  Adults $10.00


Ghost Adventures Crew travel to Idaho Springs to investigate the haunted Phoenix Gold Mine, where a brutal murder took place and a malevolent spirits called “Tommyknockers”, derived from Cornish folklore is known for their knocking in the deep tunnels. They also visit the nearby Comstock Mine after a worker got spooked by an entity while preparing the area for tours, and also investigate the Union Tunnel Mine, which is an old mine shaft that was recently rediscovered.


1.5 hours to Mt Evans 39.587709, -105.642264  road on way is the tallest road in North America. – double check road conditions


2.5 hours to Leadville, CO – highest city in America signs are here 39.243592, -106.290053  (if time Alma, Colorado  Its United States Post Office is located at the highest elevation of any in the country) 


John Baker “Texas Jack” Omohundro evergreen cemetery- 39.250355, -106.302966



1.75 hours to Doc Holliday’s Grave Trailhead

Bennett Ave & 12th St Ditch, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601

39.541372, -107.321734


Actual grave 39.539527, -107.320632


Nearby Kid Curry 39.539527, -107.320632


10 minutes to Rosebud Cemetery   

3420 Grand Avenue

Glenwood Springs,


Gary Alan Hinman 39.517361, -107.320944


1 hour to John Denver Sanctuary – 470 Rio Grande Pl, Aspen, CO 81611


35 minutes to Maroon Bells Parking – 39.098599, -106.940575  – The Maroon Bells Bus service runs every day starting June 9th through October 8th.


probably park and take bus from Aspen highlands – 39.182222, -106.856822


Maroon Creek Road to Maroon Bells

Status: Open

Details: After expecting a June 15 opening date, crews were able to make substantial progress and opened the road to the popular destination on May 24. Vehicle restrictions are in place from June through October, so visitors may want to either bike in on Maroon Creek Road or use the shuttle service, which operates from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day.


Maybe Independence Pass


Option 1 –


2.75 hours to “Melrose Hotel”  337 Colorado Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81501


Zak and the crew investigate a historic hotel plagued by dark spirits in Grand Junction, CO. The vicious entities seem to target only men and may have even been responsible for a brutal murder involving the hotel’s previous owners.


Option 2 – visit Telluride, Melrose to four corners about 8 hour drive


2 hours to Lower Delicate Arch Viewpoint in Arches National Park 38.734008, -109.501733


Maybe sleep in Moab, UT


1 hour from Moab, UT Sunrise – Mesa Arch Trailhead in Canyonland National Park 38.389232, -109.868062


Grand View Point  38.310837, -109.856694


2 hours to Goblin Valley State Park, Goblin Valley Rd, Green River, UT 84525


1 hour 10 minutes to Capital Reef National Park – 38.283758, -111.128925


15 minutes to Capital Reef Visitor Center


3 hours from Capital Reef Visitor Center to Provo City Cemetery  610 S State St, Provo, UT 84606


Philo Taylor Farnsworth  inventor of the tv southside near gate

Samuel Woolley Taylor

Dan Jones  Joseph Smith’s bodyguard

Carlyle Harmon – Block 10 Lot 52  invited diapers


11 minutes to East Lawn Memorial Hills Cemetery

Bobby Engemann  – 40.2980206,-111.6468230

Clark Gable, III 

George Virl Osmond, Sr 40.2938995,-111.6461029


45 minutes to Memorial Holladay Cemetery  4900 S Memory Ln, Holladay, UT 84117


Kim Peek – inspiration for Rain man


22 minutes to Utah State Capitol Building  –  350 State St, Salt Lake City, UT 84111


5 minutes to Brigham Young Family Memorial Cemetery

40.770190, -111.885645


Temple Square  50 N Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150  and nearby Great Salt Lake Base and Meridian


Church Office Building 50 East North Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150 Free tours are available to the public, including views from the 26th floor observation decks.

30-minute tours available from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday: Closed


10 minutes to “Fear Factory”            666 W 800 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84104


Zak, Nick and Aaron head to a 100-year-old cement factory that’s been turned into a Halloween attraction. The guys are shocked to hear that employees recite from a satanic bible, causing all sorts of aggressive and demonic paranormal activity. The location is even more eerie in the fact that it holds the address number “666”.


18 minutes to “Witches in Magna”   8979 W Magna Main St, Magna, UT 84044


GAC investigate Nonna’s Pizza, a family-owned pizzeria in Magna, Utah, where an evil witch used witchcraft to cast a spell that has the family fearing for their safety. During the lockdown, the guys try to draw out what’s in the basement and get some violent responses.


30 minutes  to Asylum 49, 140 E 200 S, Tooele, UT 84074 

GAC return to Tooele, Utah, to investigate a recently abandoned nursing home that connected to the “Green Mile”, a corridor of darkness that shares the same building with Asylum 49, a haunted attraction that was in operation during their original lockdown inside the Old Tooele Hospital in 2011.


Great Salt Lake State Park  13312 West 1075 South, Magna, UT 84044


Maybe drone – Black Rock  40.725243, -112.227701


Ladyfinger area restroom  / Egg Island Overlook Rd

Utah  41.058144, -112.249683


1.5 hours to Golden Spike National Historical Park  6200 North 22300th Street West, Corinne, UT 84307

41.617093, -112.550766  open 9-5pm


1.5 hours from Golden Spike National Historical Park  to “St. Ann’s Retreat”        
1487-1645 Canyon Rd, Logan, UT 84321  |  41.776412, -111.649446

GAC travel to Logan Canyon, Utah for their lockdown at St. Ann’s Retreat, a former nunnery with a dark history. Originally a campground, the cabins contain an evil entity that possibly possessed night watchmen to hold 38 teenagers hostage in 1997. The now decrepit buildings were once used to punish nuns who had broken their vows, including a nun who got pregnant, and committed suicide after the Mother drowned her baby in the swimming pool. The guys also investigate the surrounding forest, home of Satan worshipers.


Maybe 1.5 hours to Tri-state Marker (Utah, Idaho, Wyoming)  Montpelier, ID 83254  42.001502, -111.046826


2 hours to Albion Normal School Campus  42.413461, -113.584036

“Albion Normal School”

GAC head to Idaho to investigate the Albion State Normal School, where dark energy from satanic graffiti is affecting its staff. During the lockdown, Jay and an interviewee are marked with strange symbols behind their ears.


1 hour to Sunset Memorial Park  2296 Kimberly Rd, Twin Falls, ID 83301 


Anna Shaw            Pinehurst Gardens, Lot 441

Known as Lyda Anna Mae Trueblood, The Black Widow, Lady Bluebeard, and America’s first female serial killer.


2 hours to Idaho State Capitol Building, 700 W Jefferson St, Boise, ID 83702


8 minutes to Old Idaho Penitentiary Site  2445 Old Penitentiary Rd, Boise, ID 83712   open 12-4:15


“Idaho State Penitentiary” Boise, Idaho, US   December 5, 2008

The crew investigates Boise, Idaho’s Old Idaho State Penitentiary which is said to be haunted by the ghosts of dead convicts.


Morris Hill Cemetery, 317 N Latah St, Boise, ID 83702  The cemetery is open from sunrise to sunset.


Joseph Albert Albertson – 43.6074982,-116.2294006


Paul Revere           Sect. C, Block 2, Lot 7


  1. R. “Jack” Simplot


Reginald Owen


Oregon Trail Reserve – 43.542307, -116.109903


2.5 hours to Ketchum Cemetery  1026 N Main St, Ketchum, ID 83340 – no gate


Ernest Hemingway 


1.25 hours to Craters of the Moon Visitor Center – 1266 Craters Loop Road, Arco, ID 83213


2 hours to “Idaho State Reform School”  2266 E 600 N, St Anthony, ID 83445

Zak and the crew travel to St. Anthony, Idaho, to investigate a former school with a dark history of suicide and death. The guys capture paranormal activity that proves the children who lost their lives are still trapped on the grounds.


Maybe 700 Peat St, Lima, MT 59739 1.5 hours from Idaho Falls


30 minutes to Teton overlook from the west side 43.824921, -111.238947


1 hours to Jackson, WY


Dornan’s Chuckwagon  12170 Dornans Rd, Moose, WY 83012


2.5 hours to Sacajawea  grave 42.9928894,-108.9144135


Maybe 4 hours to – Three Corners Monument (Utah/Wyoming/Colorado), Three Corners Rd, Maybell, WY 81640 

41.000634, -109.050133


The closest interstate access is from I-80’s exit 99 in Wyoming.  Heading south from Rock Springs on US 191, many maps indicate that one can take Sweetwater County Road 34* east for a few miles, and then CR 27** south to within a few miles of the tri-state corner…

*Some maps label this “Ramsey Ranch Rd”, while others refer to it as “Salt Wells Creek Rd”.

**Some maps label this “Aspen Mountain Rd”, while others refer to it as simply “Aspen Rd”.


…however, when I turned off US 191 onto CR 34, I was greeted with this sign:


That was also there during my first attempt in 1999, so it does not appear that repairing the bridge is a high priority.  The directions are helpful, but pay close attention to the “10.3 miles”, because the road you want is not marked as “CR 4-67” or “Clay Basin Rd”… it is actually signed as CR 62:


​When you leave US 191 there, you won’t see another paved road for a long time.  CR 62 heads south, through a gap in the Tepee Mountains — shortly beyond that, you cross into Utah.  It’s also a little confusing once you get to Clay Basin — there are several roads around there, and it’s unclear which is the “main” one that leads to Browns Park Rd.  ​

You’re looking for a fairly well-traveled road that runs east-west, along the south side of the settlement.  I don’t believe it’s marked as CR 192 (as the sign in the photo above indicates), or anything else for that matter, but all roads in the area connect to it eventually.  Once you’ve reached it, go east for a couple miles, until you see this sign:


That turnoff is a road that essentially follows a small valley northward along the west side of Bender Mountain (this is the road which — according to maps — becomes CR 27 in Wyoming, but I’m not sure how far north you can actually go on it).  About five miles into it, you cross a cattle guard and enter Wyoming.  Not far beyond that, the road begins a fairly steep climb.  When I was there, it was deeply rutted and badly eroded in spots — this is where you’ll begin to be glad you have a 4WD.  After about a mile, the road crests a ridge, where the sign shown here was posted:


(That was actually for drivers heading southbound.  There was no similar sign heading north — perhaps it was removed because it referenced something ahead in Wyoming that you can no longer reach due to the bridge closure.)  Anyway, the road east from there to the marker doesn’t get any better.



Maybe – “Wyoming Frontier Prison”               Rawlins, Wyoming, US        January 11, 2013

GAC gets locked down at the Wyoming Frontier Prison in Rawlins, Wyoming, where 200 tortured souls still remain incarcerated for their crimes they committed in life and are now serving in death for all eternity. They also investigate the Dean/Summer Home a few blocks away, after hearing the story of the “Garage Witch” that left a woman paralyzed in the house’s garage in the 1970s.



Matthew Shepard Memorial Bench  41.313195, -105.582363



Lakeview Cemetery  2501 Seymour Ave, Cheyenne, WY 82001


Nellie Tayloe Ross  41.1439018,-104.8107986   First female governor of Wyoming (and first in the country, as a whole) 


Harry S. Yount . Considered the “Founding father of the National Park Ranger Service”


John Wesley Lacey 


Willie Nickell 41.1445176,-104.8125250


John Phillips


Esther Hobart McQuigg Morris


Runza® Restaurant  2204 N. Lincoln, Loveland, CO 80538

Hours:  Monday – Thursday: 10:30am-9:30pm

Friday & Saturday: 10:30am-9:30pm

Sunday 10:30am-9:00pm


Garden of the Gods  1805 N 30th St, Colorado Springs, CO 80904


Red Rock Canyon Open Space  3550 W High St, Colorado Springs, CO 80904


1897 memorial 107 Manitou Ave, Manitou Springs, CO 80829


Manitou Incline 38.856831, -104.931826


1 hour to Pikes Peak 38.840358, -105.042933  open 7:30am to 6pm

drivers will likely need to park at Devil’s Playground — located at mile 16 of the 19-mile highway — because of limited parking at the top, due to ongoing construction. A shuttle can take them the rest of the way up.


Colorado Grande Casino – 300 E Bennett Ave, Cripple Creek, CO 80813


Florissant, Colorado, US     October 26, 2012

Zak, Nick, and Aaron travel to the historic mining town of Cripple Creek, Colorado, to investigate three diverse locations plagued with intense paranormal activity: the Colorado Grande Casino & Hotel, the Outlaws & Lawmen Jail Museum, and the Piotrowski House, a private residence near Florissant, Colorado, that sits on an old Native American battlefield where a bloody battle was fought between the Ute and Comanche peoples.


3 hours to Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve


2 hours to Kit Carson Memorial historic cemetery  36.407657, -105.570070

Mabel Dodge Luhan

Rev José Martínez


11 minutes to Dennis Hopper Jesus Nazareno Cemetery 36.360300, -105.598500


1.5 hours to New Mexico State Capitol, 490 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, NM 87501


2.50 hours to William “Billy The Kid” Bonney 3501 Billy the Kid Dr, Fort Sumner, NM 88119



Closed weekends – open 9-4pm




Call 505-662-2547 for the most current tour information.

Cost: $25/person, accompanying children $10 each. Cash preferred.

Van Tours depart at 1:30 from the Bradbury Science Museum, 1350 Central in Los Alamos, NM.

Morning tours are scheduled for 10:30 when requested the day before.


Maybe –

Sunset Memorial Park  Albuquerque

Elfego Baca Block 11, Plot 41, Grave 1

Maxie Leroy Anderson  Block 24, Section 94, Grave 4 

James Thomas Lynch 


Mount Calvary Cemetery


Robert Orville Anderson

Al Hurricane


If time


Flatiron photos at 900 Baseline Rd, Boulder, CO 80302 at Chautauqua


Amarillo, Texas – Terry LaVerne Stafford Section 1A Lot 60 Space 3

Rick Douglas Husband        Section 2B Lot 138 Space 2


4 hours from Albuquerque to Four Corners Monument  36.998531, -109.044846 – get Navajo welcome sign


1.75 hours to Monument Valley and Forrest Gump Point


Rocky Mountain National Park  597 NM-597, Teec Nos Pos, AZ 86514


Little Yellowstone Trail

Estes Park, CO 80517

40.475322, -105.825762


Colorado River Headwater  40.474923, -105.824344


3.5 hours to Alpine Visitor Center  40.441256, -105.755322 

Obtain a walk-in permit. Read a first-hand account from someone who hiked The Wave on a walk-in permit.

20 people a day are allowed to hike to Coyote Buttes North and The Wave. 10 will have secured their permits ahead of time by online lottery; the remaining 10 hiking slots can be acquired by walk-in permit at the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Visitor Center located at 745 US-89 in Kanab, UT.

Walk-in permits are dispensed for the following day, so you’ll need to arrange for hotel accommodations accordingly.

To try your hand at getting one, you must show up in person (no phone-ins or proxies) at the Visitor Center between 8:30 – 9:00 AM local time the day before you wish to hike. Note that Arizona does not observe Daylight Saving Time, but Utah does, so if you’re staying in Page, AZ, you’ll have to leave one hour “early” during DST. During non-DST months, Arizona and Utah are on the same time. It has been suggested that first-time participants in this process arrive right at 8:30 AM [2], though it will not affect your chances one way or the other. The BLM ranger on duty will assign numbers to all parties applying. He or she will then draw numbers until all slots are filled.


5 mile round trip


5 hours to Zion national park, 1101 Zion – Mount Carmel Hwy, Hurricane, UT 84737  –  37.200090, -112.986166

One way horseshoe bend – and Glen Canyon Dam Bridge 36.936402, -111.480709

2.5 hours from Mount Zion National Park to Arizona, Nevada, & Utah Tri-State Marker  – 37.000136, -114.050154 on way Hurricane and Virgin, Utah.


If you are coming from St. George, Utah it is about 26.5 miles south on I-15 to Littlefield, Arizona. Take the exit and head north.

• You will head north on highway 91 for a very short distant of .22 miles if you are coming from Mesquite or it will be .08 mile (450 ft), if you are coming from St. George, UT.

• Turn left and get on Littlefield Interchange Road. This road will wind around, but stay on it for about 3/4 of a mile where the road will take a sharp right hand turn. This is where you will need to get off on to the dirt road and head west. This is where we begin.

• We will need to stay on the main road for about 4.19 mile or just under 4 1/4 miles where we need to make a 90 degree turn to the right and head North.

• Now travel little over 3 1/2 miles (3.58) and stay to the left of the road. Do not take the right fork. Stay on the main dirt road and stay left. Some landmarks are big power-lines. This is a good marker in case you get lost.

• At the 5.32 mile mark from the first turn off heading north, stay to the right and you will then need to make a sharp left turn. Just stay on the main dirt road.

• Around the 6 1/2 mile mark, we should be crossing a small wash that is a 4 way. Stay straight on the main road.

• Just little over the 7.0 mile mark, you will need to make a right coming around a hill, there you will see remnants of an old cattle coral. Head toward that.

• You can go straight, but I would suggest going to the left around the coral and the make a right on the wash and head up. We should be around 7.33 miles.

• This wash is now called the Sand Hollow Wash Road. Let’s stay on this for a while.

• Traveling little over 11 3/4 miles from where we start heading straight north, we will come to a fence line. This is where we need to head east (right) and follow this ATV trail. This trail will fit most rigs, but I would not suggest anything larger that the K5 blazers or the big bronco fords, suburbans. Now we are heading East.

• Just about 2 miles we will have already hit some pretty good washes, but there is this one that will really articulate the body out of your rig. This is where we can get stuck, but no worries, Tri-Pointing is not for wussies!!! Right!!! Go for it!!!

• So just little over 2 1/4 miles from the turn off we are at the NV/UT/AZ/ tripoint. Don’t forget to sign the guest book in the geocache box.

• To get back, reverse the order.

Heart Attack Grill 450 Fremont St #130, Las Vegas, NV 89101

Near by Binion’s Hotel and Casino 128 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101

Vegas skyline – Parking Garage at 438 E Harmon Ave

2440 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104 – World’s largest gift shop

Maybe Stratosphere observations (closes 1am Sunday or Sat 2am.)

Palm Memorial Park

Freddie Bell 36.0517411,-115.1142252  Redd Foxx 36.0521011,-115.1177216

Morris Barney “Moe” Dalitz  36.0521059,-115.1157817

Palm Memorial Park Northwest

Richard “Old Man” Harrison Pawn star – 36.2827619,-115.2259782

Haunted places in Vegas

Palomino Club 1848 N Las Vegas Blvd, North Las Vegas, NV 89030

La Palazza Mansion – 1700 Bannie Avenue Las Vegas, NV

Riviera Hotel & Casino 2901 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109


Or Utah sign – 37.002119, -113.621291  1.5 hours from Vegas


Museum of the Mountain West”  68169 Miami Rd, Montrose, CO 81401


GAC visit the Museum of the Mountain West in Montrose, Colorado, a collection of Old West buildings ranging from the 1840s to the 1940s, where something is threatening the health of its employees. During the lockdown, the guys uncover the property’s violent history, investigated a building called the “Murder House”, and gather disturbing evidence of a dangerous entity.



St. James Hotel outside Raton, New Mexico, where many famous people from the Old West, including Jesse James, Wyatt Earp and Annie Oakley, have stayed over the years. During their lockdown, the guys investigate reports of an ill-tempered spirit in Room 18, which is padlocked shut and off-limits to guests.


Double Eagle Restaurant and the Dona Ana County Courthouse. Both buildings have been plagued by death, leading to poltergeist activity that torments paranormal investigators.


GAC is given special permission from the Navajo Nation to investigate the Ojo Amarillo Canyon, known to paranormal enthusiasts as Skinwalker Canyon, a place where many residents refuse to enter in fear of encountering shape-shifting creatures.


GAC head to Upper Fruitland, New Mexico, to help a family who are troubled by the ghost of a faceless young boy. During the intense lockdown inside the Navajo Nation, the guys capture a chair moving on its own.


ak and the crew land in Deming, New Mexico, to investigate a mysterious school situated on land that is soaked with the spirits of the Apache and their violent struggle to keep it from the pioneers during the 1800s.

Four Corners Monument  597 NM-597, Teec Nos Pos, AZ 86514  8am – 6:45pm


                “Leslie’s Family Tree”          Santaquin, Utah, US            March 12, 2016   0.90[54]

GAC travel to Utah for their lockdown in Leslie’s Family Tree Restaurant, a family-owned eatery, part of which is in a 100-year-old building. It’s reportedly haunted by several aggressive ghosts who attack patrons and staff, poltergeist activity, and Native American spirits from the Ute tribe who were killed in the Walker War that took place in the area.



“Kay’s Hollow”      Kaysville, Utah, US               July 14, 2018        0.99[104]

The crew heads to Utah to investigate the remains of Kay’s Cross, a large stone cross said to be a dark magnet for satanic rituals, possession and even death. A shadowy figure with red eyes and a strange purple fog leads to one heart-pounding investigation.


“Tintic Mining District”       Eureka, Utah, US  November 24, 2018            0.82[108]

Zak and the crew head to a former mining camp in Eureka, Utah, to investigate several haunted buildings. A special guest investigator joins the team for the terrifying lockdown in which an unprecedented piece of evidence horrifies everyone.