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|"Rolling Hills Asylum"|
|Original Airdate: 09/24/10|
|←||Season 4 / Episode 2||→|
East Bethany, NY
Rolling Hills Asylum is the second episode of Season 4 of Ghost Adventures. Zak, Nick and Aaron investigate the haunted Rolling Hills Asylum. The homeless, alcoholics, orphans, TB patients and the criminally insane all once took refuge at Rolling Hills. The Asylum became a stewpot of tragic cases mixed with dark personalities -- a recipe for hardcore haunting today.
- EVPs: "heard she got out of jail this morning...get up early"
- EVPs: "open up a little", "I'm here", "get the f*** out of here", "we can...do it...more", "I just slapped you bitches", "I can't", "I'm not scared", "damn you", "help", "I claim everything here...okay!", "you come back...Nick", "let him in there" "I don't want to"
- Residual Noises: Squeaking, Footsteps
- Moving Object: A wheelchair appears out nowhere and causes the squeaking as if someone is pushing it.
- Apparition: Two photos taken by Zak show two figures standing 7 feet tall, looking at them
- Physical Contact: Nick and Aaron feel like they are getting a flu when they enter the room.
- Disembodied Speaking: Screaming
- Moving Object: Aaron films a heavy steel door slam on its own.
- Temperature Fluctuation: Something causes the thermometer to read 66.6.
- Other Phenomena: The EVP "Get Out" was captured on 6h, 6m, 26s.
- Visual Sighting: Dave Schrader claims that he saw a face above Nick's shoulder, but wasn't captured because of his infrared lights.
- Other Radio Devices: "let's brawl", "certainly", "kill Zak", "Nick", "I'm not scared", "Nick's gotta voice", "listen...to me...kill people"
- Apparition: An energy manifested itself in an experiment, and it has an appearance of it bursting.
- Physical Contact: Zak claims to have two hands pushing down on his chest, making it hard to breathe.