To the delight of the many fans in attendance at their SDCC 2019 panel, Ghost Adventures’ Zak Bagans, Aaron Goodwin, Billy Tolley and Jay Wasley announced two new specials for the month of October including the four part ‘Serial Killer Spirits’ mini-series and a Halloween investigation of the Harrisville, Rhode Island home that was the basis for The original Conjuring film.
Well, it didn’t take long for “The Devil’s Rocking Chair” to start causing trouble at Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum in Las Vegas. According to an official tweet, the rocking chair stirred up so much paranormal activity, that the museum had to temporarily shut the exhibit down.
So we just shut-down a new exhibit @hauntedmuseum temporarily because of what just occured w/ staff & a guest… moments before we opened the exhibit me and my assistant witnessed a plug get yanked out of the wall socket by itself then the door to the chair opened slowly read more
Ghost Adventures‘ Zak Bagans has a reputation for acquiring famous haunted objects for his Las Vegas museum, including the infamous Dybbuk Box, Jack Kevorkian’s van, and pieces of the since destroyed “Demon House”.
According to Newsweek, Bagan’s latest find is “The Devil’s Rocking Chair”, straight from Ed and Lorraine Warren’s famous “The Devil in Connecticut” case. Bagans stated that the investigation was “…not only terrifying but also historic … it is the first time a court case’s defense team sought to prove a murderer innocent by way of demonic possession.” Bagans also claimed that the case will be “…the basis for Conjuring 3, set to premiere next year”. read more