Zak Bagans is selling his Las Vegas townhouse for $459,000. The home is allegedly haunted and comes with ghosts, demonic activity, and it even has a hidden dungeon, TMZ reported today.
Zak Bagans is best known for appearing on the Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures” for ten seasons. The series recently got renewed for an eleventh season. Bagans also hosts “Ghost Adventures Aftershocks” which also airs on the Travel Channel.
Bagans purchased the 4,700 square-foot house a few years ago for $370,000 but he didn’t live in it for long. He told TMZ that he “got the Hell out of the house” because a demonic entity pulled him out of bed and pushed his girlfriend down a flight of stairs. The paranormal activity started happening after he brought home a human skull.
The house has a few strange quirks. It comes with a chrome toilet and a dungeon that has a hidden entrance behind a bookcase. Bagans didn’t say if he left behind the skull or not. The house is for sale for $459,000 and includes supernatural residents.
Back in January, Bagans purchased an alleged haunted house in Gary, Indiana for $35,000. Many people are referring to the house as a portal to Hell. A local police captain and various psychics believe that the home is infested with hundreds of ghosts and demons. The house has over 800 pages of official police reports of odd things that happened. A police captain, several priests, and child service caseworkers believe that something evil lurks within the house.
“If it’s true that this home is a portal to Hell, then I want to go there and see what happens,” Bagans said in an interview with TMZ.
Bagans recently halted the production of a documentary film that he was filming at the house. He said that the house became unsafe for his crew and he had to call a priest to come exorcise the home.
“One of my production crew quit on the spot when we heard what the girl was doing when she was possessed. It was then I made the decision that the home was unsafe and called the priest to exorcise the house. The exorcism was unsuccessful, and things continued. For the safety of crew we halted production, and it’s been months since then. We plan to resume in December,” Bagans said.
Earlier this week, “Ghost Adventures” cast member Nick Groff announced that he will not be returning back to the series for its eleventh season. Groff’s new series “Ghost Stalkers” debuted on Destination America last month. Groff didn’t say why he is quitting the show. Bagans told Examiner this week that he “did not quit because of the demon house” and that “he had no involvement in that at all” but he didn’t disclose why Groff left the show.