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"Black Swan Inn"
Original Airdate: 08/23/13
Season 8 / Episode 2
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Location
San Antonio, TX

Black Swan Inn is the second episode of Season 8 of Ghost Adventures. Zak, Nick and Aaron head to San Antonio, TX, to investigate the 150-year-old Black Swan Inn, home to a mysterious, dark presence tormenting both the owner, Jo Ann Rivera, and her guests.

Preliminary InvestigationEdit

LockdownEdit

EvidenceEdit

  • Residual Noises: Noises, Footsteps
  • Spirit Box Voices: "Madison", "which one?", "8", "Bossier"
  • Equipment Malfunction: The audio software freezes and pauses it sweeps on the right when the spirit box receives a voice. To add on, when the computer freezes, the left computer and spirit box continues its sweeping.
  • EMF Fluctuation: The EMF Detector spikes up to a 1.5 when Joanne tries to make contact with her mother.
  • Physical Contact: A loving presence enters the room where Zak, Nick and Joanne are in after a female voice is heard from the spirit box.
  • Apparition: A mist like anomaly manifests at the top of the X camera then vanishes. It looks as though the mist seems to resemble an axe or sword being thrown or swung in motion.

  • Residual Noises: LOUD Noises
  • Apparition: A figure that appears to have a head, arms and what looks like to be wearing a tank top, looks at Aaron through a window on the thermal imaging camera.

ReferencesEdit

Season 8 Episodes
Pioneer SaloonBlack Swan InnTuolumne General HospitalMissouri State PenitentiaryYost Theater & Ritz HotelHaunted Victorian MansionExorcist HouseAlcatrazMustang RanchThornhaven ManorBattle of Perryville

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