At this museum, haunted isn't restricted to Halloween. Zak Bagan's The Haunted Museum shows you the creepiest parts of the world, bringing together all sorts of fright to your everyday life. Zak Bagan created this museum to spread his fascination with the paranormal and the afterlife to others. Learn about mysterious objects or simply be stupified at the wide array of weird artifacts on display—the choice is yours. The following video reveals the museum's artifact collection of "real-life monsters:"
Zak Bagan, the owner and museum namesake, has had a deep interest in the paranormal ever since he was a child. He used to spend his time at garage sales with his mother looking for odd collectibles. He has since turned his attention to researching the paranormal and the afterlife with science-based analysis. For example, he has used special equipment to try and reach out to the dead for communication. Watch an in-depth interview with Zak Bagan on his life and why he created his museum:
Even the house itself has a haunted history. The 11,000 square foot Haunted Museum building was originally built in 1938. Through the years, hostile spirits — family members who passed away there and whose energy remains — have been rumored to roam the halls terrorizing past occupants. Some long-time Las Vegans even claim dark rituals took place in the home’s basement during the 1970s. With hundreds of possessions to see and more than 30 rooms to choose from, the collection will keep you entertained for hours. No one under the age of 16 is allowed inside, and 16 and 17-year-olds must be accompanied by an adult. Don't wait any longer to get spooked; stop by and visit The Haunted Museum today!
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