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Old 03-25-2019, 04:30 PM
 
Location: Spartanburg,SC
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Was wondering if anyone has had any experiences while they were there. I felt nauseas in the dybbuk box room and felt very drawn to the demon house room from zaks documentary, along with a strange head pressure that lasted the next few days I have never felt before. My lower back started hurting halfway through the tour and lasted the next 24 hours.
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Old 03-25-2019, 05:21 PM
 
Location: Olympia area (for now)
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No, but his museum is definitely on the to do list the next time I’m in Vegas. Just got through reading his book, I Am Haunted. Great read, and that demon House documentary was a scary thing to watch.

You are brave going into the demon house room. Seeing Zak wear those glasses and then learning the ‘why’ behind it was creepy. Not just Zak, but all those people that were physically affected in the demon house, was something else. It’s possible a residual energy has attached itself to that room and you were affected by it.
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Old 03-25-2019, 08:12 PM
 
Location: Spartanburg,SC
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No, but his museum is definitely on the to do list the next time Iím in Vegas. Just got through reading his book, I Am Haunted. Great read, and that demon House documentary was a scary thing to watch.

You are brave going into the demon house room. Seeing Zak wear those glasses and then learning the Ďwhyí behind it was creepy. Not just Zak, but all those people that were physically affected in the demon house, was something else. Itís possible a residual energy has attached itself to that room and you were affected by it.
The Dybbuk room, I only got nautious when looking through the small opening of the box. The Demon house room I wanted to just stay in there a while and study it even though I was being affected.
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Old 03-25-2019, 09:29 PM
 
Location: Olympia area (for now)
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The Dybbuk room, I only got nautious when looking through the small opening of the box. The Demon house room I wanted to just stay in there a while and study it even though I was being affected.
A good thing you got out with only a backache. While watching the documentary, I picked up a bad vibe from the place. Several people ended up in the hospital or with problems, even one of Zakís crew. Many credible witnesses had stories to tell. Much as I would love to do an investigation in a place like that, there is no way I could. Youíre lucky you got to visit, and that nothing really bad happened.
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Old 03-25-2019, 10:32 PM
 
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Is this the Warrens museum you all are talking about? (Ed and Lorraine Warren)
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Old 03-25-2019, 10:35 PM
 
Location: Olympia area (for now)
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Is this the Warrens museum you all are talking about? (Ed and Lorraine Warren)
No, this is the museum that Zak has. Here, check it out. I canít wait to visit it.

https://thehauntedmuseum.com/
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Old 03-30-2019, 07:00 PM
 
Location: Southern California
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Also look up the reviews on YELP. There's plenty.

I personally wouldn't set foot in there for $1 million. Paranormal stuff gives me the creeps & I'm not for getting aches, pains, headaches, dizziness, tightness, etc. I already get off & on dizziness & slight asthma as it is.
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Old 03-30-2019, 11:45 PM
 
Location: Olympia area (for now)
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Also look up the reviews on YELP. There's plenty.

I personally wouldn't set foot in there for $1 million. Paranormal stuff gives me the creeps & I'm not for getting aches, pains, headaches, dizziness, tightness, etc. I already get off & on dizziness & slight asthma as it is.
Just read through a couple of pages of them. Most were high ratings, of course there are people who complain no matter what. Fortunately, it was only a couple of negative ratings, this museum sounds like itís worth a visit.

Sorry youíre creeped out by the paranormal, itís an interesting thing to learn about and explore. I remember on one of the Ghost Adventures episodes, Zak mentioned that he and the crew protect themselves before each episode, with prayer and other methods. He didnít go into detail, but it makes sense to be protected before dealing with the unknown.
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Old 03-31-2019, 12:19 AM
 
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Just read through a couple of pages of them. Most were high ratings, of course there are people who complain no matter what. Fortunately, it was only a couple of negative ratings, this museum sounds like itís worth a visit.

Sorry youíre creeped out by the paranormal, itís an interesting thing to learn about and explore. I remember on one of the Ghost Adventures episodes, Zak mentioned that he and the crew protect themselves before each episode, with prayer and other methods. He didnít go into detail, but it makes sense to be protected before dealing with the unknown.
My ex mother in law wouldnt watch shows like that, she always claimed that certain spiritual entities (demons), can travel via electronic communications, like tv broadcasting, and she said it even could be dangerous to watch tv shows like that.(depending on what they were doing or showing).
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Old 03-31-2019, 07:42 AM
 
Location: Southern California
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Just read through a couple of pages of them. Most were high ratings, of course there are people who complain no matter what. Fortunately, it was only a couple of negative ratings, this museum sounds like it’s worth a visit.

Sorry you’re creeped out by the paranormal, it’s an interesting thing to learn about and explore. I remember on one of the Ghost Adventures episodes, Zak mentioned that he and the crew protect themselves before each episode, with prayer and other methods. He didn’t go into detail, but it makes sense to be protected before dealing with the unknown.
Reading the 1st couple of pages is good, but it's ALSO good to sort it by the LOWEST ratings to really see WHY numerous people give it 1 star too. If it seems logical, then you've learned why.

I've watched Zak's show quite often...still would never go it myself, but I've been to a couple haunted places he's had on the show (Queen Mary & March AFB). Walked past the Whaley House a few times from the OUTSIDE too.

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My ex mother in law wouldnt watch shows like that, she always claimed that certain spiritual entities (demons), can travel via electronic communications, like tv broadcasting, and she said it even could be dangerous to watch tv shows like that.(depending on what they were doing or showing).
Glad you brought this interesting point up actually. I read on this thread about this...don't know if YOU were the person who posted about it before or not. What made her believe this? Is there ANY truth to this? Is there any kind of studies, proof about this?
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