Zak Bagans Biography
Zak Bagans was born in 1977 on April 5th in Washington, D.C. He graduated Glenbard West High School in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, in 1995. Bagans attended the Motion Picture Institute in Michigan.
Following graduation from MPI, he moved to Las Vegas, aspiring to film documentaries. After arriving in Las Vegas, he found work as a wedding disc jockey. A former skeptic, Bagans says that his passion for investigating the paranormal resulted from what he describes as “a face-to-face encounter with the spirit of a suicidal woman”, in his former apartment building in Trenton, Michigan
Zak Bagans Age
Zac Bagans is 40 years of age as at 2017.
Zak Bagans Wife
Zak Bagans is not married at all, but he is actually in a relationship. He was involved with a lady named Christine back in 2013, but sadly that went down the drain.
His new girlfriend is a lady named Marcy DeLaTorre. Their relationship was quite a whirlwind, rumor has it that after their first date he proposed to her and of course the answer was yes.
Zak Bagans Children
Zac Bagans has no child.
Zak Bagans Net Worth
Presently, the total net worth of Zak Bagans has been estimated to be around $1.5 million dollars and know as the richest rising star. Recently, he has bought a demon house in Indiana over $300 thousand dollars.
Zak Bagans Movie Career
Bagans became well known as the lead specialist and host of the American TV arrangement about the paranormal Ghost Adventures. He is likewise one of the prime supporters of the Ghost Adventures Crew (GAC), one of the biggest overall system of expert paranormal specialists. A previous cynic, Zak’s enthusiasm for the paranormal was awoken when he encountered the soul of a self-destructive lady in his condo working in Trenton, MI, in 2002. After six years, as of now an alum from the film school in MI, he began to deliver and have the Ghost Adventures.
On the show, Bagans and his hunter friends, Nick Groff and Aaron Goodwin, explore areas that are accounted for to be haunted. He is often criticized for his techniques and he asserts that he respect afterlife and just needs to touch off a response from evil. In 2011, he turned into the host and maker of another paranormal show called Paranormal Challenge on the Travel Channel. He went ahead to describe Travel Channel uncommon Ultimate Travel: Legends of the Parks and collaborated with Kelly Crigger to compose a book, Dark World: Into the Shadows with the Lead Investigator of the Ghost Adventures Crew.
Zac Bagans amplified considerably more his paranormal exercises in 2012 as he turned into the Executive Producer of another show on the Travel Channel, Paranormal Paparazzi. That year, he propelled his private garments line called DungeonWear and has made two music collaborations, one with the Belgian-American band Lords of Acid and other with the Belgian performer Praga Khan.
Bagans success in career path has paid him well financially. Although it’s hard to put up an actual annual salary in a figure, his net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million. There is no doubt that he is living a luxurious lifestyle.
Zak Bagans House
Zak Bagans owns a 5 bed-roomed mini mansion of measurements of 5,822-square-foot which can hold an extremely large built-in aquarium, a granite show kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, a master suite with a fireplace,a spacious double bath and massive walk-in closet, and a fancy home theater. The house is worth $2.1 million.
The exterior offers a basketball court, a geometric pool and spa with a waterfall, plus an open air kitchen and bar with a mounted television.
Zak Bagans’ next haunt is unclear, but we’re betting the ghost buster will stick nearby. His newest Travel Channel show, Deadly Possessions, features items in his museum, which is based in Las Vegas. Each episode features three haunted, iconic items and their owners, who share stories of how these objects have terrorized them. Zak Bagans works to get to the root of their attachment, so they can free themselves of these deadly possessions.
1. Mike Jerrick
2. Jessica Holmes
3. Draya Michele
4. Marlon Wayans
5. Bella Hadid
6. Garth Fisher
7. Scoey Mitchell
8. Maria Lopez
9. Georgia Hardstark
Zak Bagans Haunted Museum
Zak Bagans decided to give other people a chance to experience the spine chilling feeling of the spirit world by initiating The Haunted Museum located in Las Vegas.
Its an 11,000 square feet property that was formerly owned by Cyril S. Wengert and was built in 1938. Throughout the years, the house has been known to be haunted by spirits and it is believed they belonged to the former owners of the house and the spirits have been terrorizing other occupants of the house. Las Vegans claim that dark rituals took place in the houses’ basement during the 1970s.
People visiting The Haunted Museum will go through creepy hallways and also secret passways into more than 30 rooms that resemble the rooms in Hollywood horror rooms setting stage for frightening facts.
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Among the hundreds of terrifying possessions, museum-goers can even peek inside the VW death van in which Dr. Jack Kevorkian ended the suffering of terminally ill patients as well as get a close-up look at the “Propofol chair” from Michael Jackson’s death room.
Perhaps most unsettling, the original staircase from Indiana’s “Demon House,” notorious for powerful paranormal activity before being demolished in 2014. The wooden banister and creaky steps now stand in a dimly-lit corner, resting on a blanket of dirt from the location. Following its installation, a group of construction workers walked off the job and refused to come back.
For that reason, visitors are required to sign a waiver stating they understand the risks before entering
Children under the age of 16 are not allowed to get into this facility. They can however learn all about the haunted collection filmed entirely at the museum in Ghost Adventures – Artifacts on Travel Channel.
Zak Bagans Museum Contacts
Email; [email protected]
Zak Bagans’ The Haunted Museum
location; 600 E. Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Zak Bagans Books
- Zak Bagans is also a writer and he has written a number of books including;Dark World: Into the
- Shadows with the Lead Investigator of The Ghost Adventures Crew
- I am Haunted: Living Life Through the Dead
- Dark World: Into the Shadows with the Lead Investigator of The Ghost Adventures Crew
Zak Bagans Video
Zak Bagans News
Charles Manson’s ashes used in blood painting displayed at haunted museum in Las Vegas
Updated On: 3rd August 2018
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — Zak Bagans is the host of Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures”, he is also a collector of some dark memorabilia and the owner of Zak Bagans Haunted Museum here in Las Vegas.
Bagans opened the museum last October and they’ve already had more than 50,000 visitors.
He says the historical mansion has a very dark history making it the perfect place to put his collectibles on display.
“The mansion is also known through the community as having a dark layer of history. Back in the 1970’s, there was devil worshiping in the basement,” Bagans said.
Among the hundreds of mysterious items, are letters and images of the Charles Manson collection.
Manson is known for leading a cult responsible for several gruesome murders in the 1960’s. He died in prison last November while serving a life sentence.
A few days ago, the haunted museum received a painting made with the blood of the artist and the actual ashes of Charles Manson.
“This is the notorious blood painting with Charles Manson’s actual ashes in his eyeballs,” Bagans said.
Zak explained how he knows the ashes actually belong to Manson.
“My people were there at the funeral and my people saw what went down. So I know exactly who had the ashes and let them blow in the wind,” Bagans said.
Bagans also says the painting has a creepy energy connected to it and some people will not look directly into the eyes.
“This is a charged piece and there is an energy about it,” he says.
Museum visitor Nathalie Marles was one person who chose not to stare into Manson’s eyes saying it was far too eerie.
“I remember being a teenager and I thought he was creepy. I just don’t wanna look at it,” she said.
Bagans says these displays are not meant to glorify these killers in any way, but he says this is still a part of our history and people should be able to learn about it.