After an occupant claims to be visited by the late Dorothea Puente less than a week before, Zak and the crew arrive in Sacramento, CA, to investigate the former home of the elderly serial killer. During the investigation, the crew finds potential evidence of undiscovered victims, and Zak is crippled by an unseen force.
The team travel to Logan Canyon, Utah for their lockdown at St. Ann's Retreat, a former nunnery with a dark history. Originally a campground, the cabins were once used to punish nuns who had broken their vows, including a nun who got pregnant, and committed suicide after the Mother drowned her baby in the swimming pool. And in 1997, an evil entity may have possessed night watchmen to hold 38 teenagers hostage. The guys also investigate the surrounding forest, home of Satan worshipers.
De Soto and Concordia Cemetery
The Ghost Adventures crew is in El Paso, Texas, to investigate the De Soto Hotel and Concordia Cemetery. They learn about Devil worshipping and Satanic rituals in the basement of the De Soto and dig into serial killer Richard Ramirez's connection to Concordia Cemetery.
Zac and the crew return to Virginia City, Nevada, to investigate two properties once owned by the legendary mining tycoon, John Mackay. One property, the Mackay Mansion, is believed to be haunted by the spirits of families who died on the property during the rush for Silver Mining. During the intense lockdown, an unseen force pushes Jay down a flight of stairs, while Zak and Billy encounter a spirit who causes a light bulb to explode.
The travel to the tiny town of Twin Bridges, Montana to be the first paranormal team to investigate the abandoned Twin Bridges Orphanage - a place which is said to be haunted by the hundreds of child spirits who died on the property since it opened in 1894. During their lockdown, the guys try to make contact with the matrons who whipped their wards.