Step into the mind of Zak Bagans, or better yet, step inside The Haunted Museum, filled with his personal collection of haunted artifacts and oddities. The star of the hit reality show, Ghost Adventures, recently opened the museum—which is the historic Wengert Mansion—and now lets visitors take guided tours through room after room filled with some of the world’s most haunted and talked about objects.
EXPLORING LAS VEGAS’ SCARIEST NEW ATTRACTION, ZAK BAGANS’ HAUNTED MUSEUM
Let’s start here: As a journalist, I’m a professional skeptic. I don’t believe in ghosts, spirits, vibrations, crystal energies, cursed objects or any of that hokum. It would also be the height of arrogance, however, to claim some omniscient knowledge of the universe’s mysteries. As Shakespeare’s Hamlet says, “There’s more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”
Zak Bagans, the host of “Ghost Adventures” from the Travel Channel, is known for collecting some of the world’s most haunted objects. And starting October 2, he’ll share some of his findings inside his Haunted Museum near Charleston Boulevard and 6th Street.
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