VIDEO: Sneak Peek - Syfy's GHOST HUNTERS, GHOST MINE
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Below, check out some clips for tomorrow night's line-up of Wednesday Originals on Syfy! First, check out a sneak peek into tomorrow's Ghost Hunters. The team investigates an insane asylum that has been closed for nearly 40 years. In the sneak peek, Steve and Jason explore a section of the asylum's attic. You can also watch bonus scenes from last week's episode.
In the sneak peek for Ghost Mine, we hear that the miners may have finally hit their first big strike, while the investigators make a discovery of their own. Also, check out a bonus from last week's episodes.
About GHOST HUNTERS:
Syfy's hit original series "Ghost Hunters" returns with brand new cases and a new team member. In the Season 9 premiere, "Hollywood Horror Stories," Jason Hawes leads TAPS (The Atlantic Paranormal Society) - including new team member Michelle Tate - on a pair of spooky cases in California, starting with an investigation at the historic Sowden House, the Lloyd Wright-designed home said to be the site where Elizabeth Short, aka "The Black Dahlia," was gruesomely murdered in 1947.
Next, TAPS heads to Madame Tussauds Hollywood. As if being alone in the dark with hundreds of life-sized wax figures wasn't creepy enough, the team learns that museum staffers have experienced unexplained phenomena - shadows, footsteps, the eerie feeling of being watched - which may have ties back to actor Victor Kilian's nearby 1979 murder.
"Ghost Hunters" is produced for Syfy by Craig Piligian's Pilgrim Studios ("Dirty Jobs," "The Ultimate Fighter," "Top Shot"). Piligian and Thomas Thayer, along with Mike Nichols and Alan David, serve as executive producers.