And so, we had to be creative […] definitely like a Tetris game. For some, however, Haines was the end of the journey as many lost their lives due to extreme weather conditions, starvation, or bloody conflicts. But you weren't seeing cars driving around or even people outside, so, it definitely put an eerie feel to the whole entire place. And the Haines basketball teams weren’t the only ones trying to get home. Eldred Rock Lighthouse, Haines Area, Alaska. Ghost Hunters airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. PAF’s purchase of the Haines cannery—the company’s first venture into Alaska ’s fisheries—seems to have been untimely, because that year there was a great shortage of sockeye salmon in Lynn Canal.Of the five species of Alaska salmon, sockeye were by far the most desired by canners. Southeast Alaska Master Guide Outfitter Al Gilliam has independently made his livelihood for thirty years by guiding one-on-one rifle & archery, Alaska Brown Bear, Black Bear, Mountain Goat, Wolf, and big game hunts in the storied Chilkat Country, and the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve of Southeast Alaska; bordering the largest protected wilderness area on earth. But it was definitely a tight space. AKGH is not a group of immature amateurs seeking thrills but a team of dedicated, committed, serious minded paranormal investigators. Since the breakdown of the Alaska Marine Highway System, schools have had to look for alternative transportation to get their students to and from sports competitions and other activities. Writer and actor from New Jersey. At that point, you just don't know. Between 1896 and 1899, countless fortune seekers set out on a voyage to the Klondike region of North America in search of gold. “It was constant movement,” she said. Amanda Painter is an assistant coach for the girls’ basketball team in Haines. The annual strawberry festival developed into the Southeast Alaska State Fair, which draws thousands of visitors each year. shadow figures, anomalies, disembodied figures, 'Ghost Hunters' Star Richel Stratton Addresses Daryl Marston's 'Uncomfortable' Ghostly Encounter (Exclusive), 'Jersey Shore': Snooki and Deena Cortese Hit With Major Lawsuit, Discovery+ Reveals New 'Dr. "And quite honestly, I don't think that we'd seen anyone for at least an hour, maybe two once we got off the ferry and unloaded and headed to the hotel. Related Videos. Ghost Hunters ventured into the frigid, isolated town of Haines, Alaska on Wednesday night, investigating claims made by a hotel employee and past staff whose reports of paranormal activity, including sights of shadow figures, anomalies, disembodied figures and moving objects has raised cause for concern. Painter says with all of the different types of transportation required to get between communities, they were travelling non-stop. I know we were in the basement or the laundry room, and the reason I didn't go and check all the other floors is because our motion detector went off when we were in the room.". Our boat ride into Haines Alaska investigation Wednesday 9pm EST # ghosthunters @aetv. The GhostHunter Store is owned and run by researchers with 35 yrs of experience. So, they were a little bit more like, trying to show their dominance.". Last week, Haines Glacier Bears basketball teams were scheduled to play a series of games against other schools in Southeast Alaska. "Those buildings did not have heat and unfortunately, that does start to affect the equipment with the batteries being charged. We had to make sure that we had fresh batteries with us, and we did more runs, but the investigations weren't necessarily as long as they normally would be because our equipment needed to essentially get warmed up. Despite mysterious and unnerving warnings from locals, the Ghost Hunters face their fears and stay on mission: to help people… "It was a really cool place and all the people there — it's such a tiny town, so everyone knows everyone. A reality TV film crew working for A&E’s “Ghost Hunters” had chartered a boat trip from Haines to Juneau. Even with the snow, the people are friendly and I'd like to go back there and investigate for sure because it definitely had activity. Many had to pass through the small and secluded town of Haines, Alaska. We didn't see anyone out and about and that's strange going into a town, like, they're used to snow so, you would expect people to be out. While you're at it, follow us on Twitter @PopCulture for the latest and greatest in news and entertainment coverage. For more on the ground-breaking reality series, spooks and other paranormal-related news, keep it locked to PopCulture.com. 52 talking about this. The next day we stayed on this dock for two hours,” she said. The Eldred Rock Lighthouse is the oldest original lighthouse in Alaska, having been born out of a list of tragic shipwrecks in the area. I'd like to see if the activity changes based off of the amount of people in town because it was the off season.". "You hear a lot of footsteps in that building that sounds like it's coming from other floors," Stratton said. By Tania Hussain All rights reserved. "Obviously because of the weather, it was extremely hard for us to all stay warm," Stratton laughed. “You know because of the demand it’s actually going to really favor us and things have fallen our way in that regard. “One day we took three buses, two boats, two flights and one shuttle.”. "He had that [first] encounter before his solo run. "Haines was lovely," she said. Eventually the winds died down enough to get to Juneau. It’s an adventure traveling and seeing new parts of Alaska. After the ferry shut down, the Haines school had planned to fly the students, but the crew of the reality TV program “Ghost Hunters” had chartered a … You have to maneuver, and we made it work. She says it wasn’t smooth sailing. She adds that it was "tough" to hear how her fellow investigators "felt uncomfortable up there," admitting Marston was someone who was really unsettled following the activity experienced on that floor. - April 29, 2020 09:58 pm EDT. The Glacier Bears basketball teams will hit the road again next week for a series of games against Wrangell and Petersburg. “The thing that has been so hard is the logistics, planning one or two days in advance. He went up there after that person — he felt like someone had charged him," she said of his investigation with Gatollari. "But when it came to a man coming up there, it was like, 'You're in our space.' It could be a spirit trying to manifest. Many had to pass through the small and secluded town of Haines, Alaska. Education | Southeast | Sports | Transportation, February 19, 2020 by Henry Leasia, KHNS - Haines. ET on A&E, and is produced by Lionsgate's Pilgrim Media Group and executive produced by Grant Wilson. Between 1896 and 1899, countless fortune seekers set out on a voyage to the Klondike region of North America in search of gold. "You could get lost really easily, not knowing exactly where you were at in the building and it made it difficult for camera placement essentially because the location, the narrow hallways and the different nooks and crannies, it made it hard to find out where we were going to place cameras to where we could hit the most claimed areas," she said. Getchell says it was only possible for the Haines and Skagway schools to book a private charter for their students because they could charge other passengers for the remaining seats on the boat. The Haines Borough Assembly discussed funding private charters at a meeting last week, but instead decided to request that the state fund alternative transportation while the ferry system is offline. Including all the basic equipment to get you started as well as a basic full-spectrum camera kit. Between 1896 and 1899, countless fortune seekers set out on a voyage to the Klondike region of North America in search of gold. It was a very nice location. Copyright 2020 PopCulture.com. Getchell says that Haines School Activities Director has had to adapt to constantly changing travel circumstances. Paranormal Investigator for Ghost Hunters on A&E. In spite of all of the trials and tribulations, coach Painter says it was an excellent trip. [But], he did say that it was uncomfortable up there. "So, I understand why he would feel uncomfortable up there again. The largest variety of ghost hunting and paranormal investigating equipment. Stream Ghost Hunters S2E05 online or on the Fios Mobile app. Amanda Painter is an assistant coach for the girls’ basketball team in Haines. I am so appreciative of our activities director Lynzee,” Getchell said. ", Stratton goes on to share how the aggressive nature of the encounter might have been "almost like a territorial thing" when it came to the experience only being felt by Marston, Gatollari, Alvis and Murray. After the ferry shut down, the Haines school had planned to fly the students, but the crew of the reality TV program “Ghost Hunters” had chartered a boat trip from Haines to Juneau already and they let the teams catch a ride with them. Last week, Haines Glacier Bears basketball teams were scheduled to play a series of games against other schools in Southeast Alaska. Haines is also known for its famous strawberries; the Alaskan hybrid "Burbank," developed by Charles Anway, was a prize winner in Seattle in 1909. Drama, debate and forensics teams from Haines and Skagway had been competing at the state championships in Juneau. "So, I also did a solo run up in the area where Daryl got the apparition and where he did his solo run and when I went up there, it didn't feel scary," Stratton admits to PopCulture. Ghost Hunters was first created by Pilgrim Studios President and CEO Craig Piligian, who "cast" T.A.P.S. It was great to bond with the girls,” she said. On Monday, Haines and Skagway schools partnered to hire Allen Marine Tours to bring students home from Juneau by boat. Catch up on season 2 of Ghost Hunters, only on A&E'. We also can put together a custom kit just for you. They let the teams catch a ride with them. “That’s why I’m here in Alaska — ’cause of adventure. Corporate Office | 8 The Green, Suite #10549, Dover, DE, 19901 | 866.313.4592 | hello@ghosthuntsusa.com We were the original paranormal equipment one-stop shop Many had to pass through the small and secluded town of Haines, Alaska. Just log on to your Verizon account and watch the latest shows online. Entertainment Tonight/TV Guide Network. It is also the site of some of the most striking paranormal encounters from the original "Ghost Hunters." Southeast Alaska is one of the MeatEater team’s favorite trophy country destinations. the series that terrified and captivated fans for 11 seasons will follow one of the original team leaders ‎In season 2, Grant Wilson and team head into uncharted territory to be the first to investigate reports of paranormal phenomena in some of the nation’s most remote locations. For some, however, Haines was the end of the journey as many lost their lives due to extreme weather conditions, starvation, or bloody conflicts. 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", Despite the cold temperatures and creepiness, Stratton reveals she and the team would love to head back to Haines during the warmer months and investigate the town. “Because there was a critical need to get our students home, to get students from Skagway home and to do our best as a community to respond to something that nobody has planned for, and that’s no ferry service to the Upper Lynn Canal for seven weeks or more,” he said. ", As for the buildings being very old and historically intact, the narrow hallways gave the team an almost "labyrinth" affect for everyone with Stratton admitting it was a lot more complex than seen in the episode. Grant S. Wilson leads the charge of Ghost Hunters and has been actively involved in all types of paranormal investigations since his first intense encounter with the supernatural at age 15.He has paved the way for much of the modern field through his work with The Atlantic Paranormal Society (T.A.P.S), a group he co-founded nearly 30 years ago. One of the most notorious of all shipwrecks was the Clara Nevada steamship. She says it wasn’t smooth sailing. From there the basketball teams made their way to Metlakatla and Craig to play a total of four games. For some, however, Haines was the end of the journey as many lost their lives due to extreme weather conditions, starvation, or bloody conflicts. Not a place for your personal advertisement Grant wilson. "So, in the episode, I actually radio to see if anyone else was in the building with us and there wasn't. After the ferry shut down, the Haines school had planned to fly the students, but the crew of the reality TV program “Ghost Hunters” had chartered a boat trip from Haines to Juneau already and they let the teams catch a ride with them. "You could not see anyone at all in the town. Ghost hunting equipment kits that are great for beginners. Lingít Aaní Káa Kei Nas.áx̱ Haa Yoo X̱’atángi. Between 1896 and 1899, countless fortune seekers set out on a voyage to the Klondike region of North America in search of gold. "And trying to set up a tripod in a narrow hallway, but still be able to get around it is difficult. Dubbed one of the "most haunted places on earth," Waverly Hills Sanatorium has long been hailed as a "mecca" for paranormal investigators from all around the globe. With Stratton believing Haines is home to both intelligent and residual hauntings because there are "some things that you can't necessarily explain" taking place, Room No. The last of the early canneries closed in 1972 due to declining fish stocks. 9, paranormal investigator, Richel Stratton admits exclusively to PopCulture.com that the whole account detailed in the episode, "Alone in Alaska" was a strange one, especially as she and co-team leader, Kristen Luman didn't experience what their fellow investigators felt at all. But this is not a sustainable long-term solution for our school district or any school district in Southeast Alaska,” he said. But with the battery — when it's that cold and battery drainage, you have to take in consideration that it could be the weather that's causing it. But it didn't look like anyone was out," she said. PAF’s purchase of the Haines cannery—the company’s first venture into Alaska ’s fisheries—seems to have been untimely, because that year there was a great shortage of sockeye salmon in Lynn Canal.Of the five species of Alaska salmon, sockeye were by far the most desired by canners. ", #GhostHunters @AETV pic.twitter.com/R7BmM78qlF, The Illinois native adds how she and Luman also heard "what sounded like a woman" when they were investigating the hotel's laundry room, which wasn't shown in the episode. Alaska Ghost Hunting (AKGH) is the largest and oldest Ghost Hunting only team in Alaska and is a member of the TAPS Family. Home / Series / Ghost Hunters / Aired Order / Season 13 / Episode 5 Alone in Alaska The team treks to Haines, Alaska, where paranormal activity is reported at the Hotel Halsingland, a converted former military outpost in a region where many once lost their lives due to extreme weather conditions, starvation and bloody conflicts. "Like, they were okay with a woman being up there because it wasn't threatening," she said. On the last leg of their journey from Juneau to Haines flights were cancelled for three days because of inclement weather. The coastal mainland and islands here are daunting and unforgiving, but also beautiful and generous. "I was very calm. As a star of the reboot of A&E’s Ghost Hunters reality TV series, Gatollari has seen (and heard) it all while investigating cases with his team of paranormal experts in far-flung places like Vicksburg, Miss., Steamboat Springs, CO, and Haines, Alaska. a place to ....share stories, photo's, and more. For some, however, Haines was the end of the journey as many lost their lives due to extreme weather conditions, starvation, or bloody conflicts. The climate. So, we had to adapt with that. Other residents from Haines and Skagway were grounded in Juneau as well. Many had to pass through the small and secluded town of Haines, Alaska. There's a couple of different variables. Now, that doesn't necessarily mean the spirit wasn't up there at that time, but I think that whoever's up there possibly had an issue with men being up there. Alone in Alaska. Fifteen years after introducing the world to the field of authentic paranormal investigation, "Ghost Hunters" returns to television. For Instructions on how to cleanse your home or business click here. and we are still growing! 9's confrontation wasn't the only challenge experienced by the team as the snow presented its fair share of tests when it came to be executing an investigation. Three weeks ago Alaska’s Department of Transportation paid Allen Marine to shuttle stranded travelers between Haines, Skagway and Juneau. Ghost Hunters ventured into the frigid, isolated town of Haines, Alaska on Wednesday night, investigating claims made by a hotel employee and past staff whose reports of paranormal activity, including sights of shadow figures, anomalies, disembodied figures and moving objects has raised cause for concern. Many had to pass through the small and secluded town of Haines, Alaska. Since then the state has not paid for any more trips. Season 2, Episode 5 TV-PG CC HD CC SD. You could just see the fort and the buildings covered in snow. Just off the coast of Alaska lies one of the most haunted locations in the state. While Marston along with Mustafa Gatollari, Brandon Alvis and Brian Murray also experienced something similar during their solo runs — of which did not make the broadcast — in the hotel's Room No. — The Atlantic Paranormal Society — and chronicled the group's quests for documenting the existence of paranormal activity. 0:31. Cazadores de fantsmas (Ghost Hunters) es una nueva versión de la producción del mismo nombre de 2004, que tuvo mucho éxito en ese momento.Uno de los miembros originales del elenco está de regreso: Grant Wilson, quien también es productor ejecutivo de la serie.Con un nuevo equipo, investigarán casos y ayudarán a las personas que lidian con fenómenos sobrenaturales inexplicables. The first ferry in the Upper Lynn Canal was operated by Steve Homer and Ray Gelotte, two of the veterans who purchased Fort Seward and docked in Portage Cove. Brandon und Brian gehen paranormalen Aktivitäten in einem verlassenen Haus in Haines, Alaska, nach. Because also, the people that we talked to that had experiences up there were men.