Hello dear Readers… It has been awhile. I have so much to tell you.
With light there must be dark, and to exist we must know that one cannot really exist without the others. The Universe decided’(yes, I said the Universe) that I must go explore Zach Bagans Haunted Museum in Las Vegas Nevada. Funny, how I go to a place of delights and pleasure, and immediately get sucked into visiting this very dark, very heavy ,highly interesting museum.
I don’t believe in accidents. I think everything is connected and we end up doing precisely as the big script has written for us…..
For those of you who are not familiar with Mr. Bagans, he is that strapping man on the Ghost Adventures Show, with the adult Pauly D hairdo. Zak is drawn to the dark, explores haunted places, and has recently gotten deeper into much darker things, likes demons, possessions, serial killers and cryptids. Seems like he dabbles in all arenas of paranormal. He walks that thin line of remaining in the light, but leaning into the abyss. (I get the anxious feeling in my stomach recalling some of the exhibits.) Seriously, this place is heavy. I kept looking around, thinking someone put a great deal of effort, care and detail to this mass of twisted, cursed items.
Off I went alone to the museum( yes, I am strong independent, empathic light worker, no I was not afraid). I got this……
When you get there you are told to line up, and fill out a waiver. Said waiver basically says, “ You are on your own, and if you get a demon possession, you are shit out of luck”. This waiver also applies to your unborn children.( I am not having any so PHEW)
Security confiscated my backpack for the tour, and there are NO pictures, videos or impromptu other dimension portal opening allowed.
In the tour there are about 30 rooms, of various sizes. The price is a little over 40 bucks, which might seems steep, but for real , this place was worth it. Zach has been meticulous and somewhat darkly obsessed, as you can clearly see when walking through the exhibits. I could smell SAGE and SWEET GRASS, but the tour guides assured me that they did not use either there.
Some rooms are devoted to haunted objects, possessed dolls, or serial killers. Zak has done a very thorough job collecting macabre items , including Charles Manson’s false teeth, a Dybbuk box and the barn belonging to Ed Gein( serial killer who inspired Psycho). He even has Jack Kevorkian’s death van, where he did assisted suicides. Amongst the curious things he has amassed, several possessed dolls, graphics crime scene pictures, prison paintings from the most depraved(not name dropping, but John Wayne Gacy) and cursed objects from around the world.
To the right you can see Peggy the doll. She is incased in glass and is reportedly pretty evil. Seems everyone who comes in contact with her, dies, goes crazy or has chest pains. Zak is running the worlds longest EVP session with her. When we went in that particular room, we were instructed that we must greet Peggy and then say goodbye to her as we leave. She seemed pretty chatty through that spirit box. Our tour guide said she really has a thing for him, and when he gets near she can’t stop talking
He even has the stairs, dirt and artifacts from his famous DEMON HOUSE, he purchased and made a movie about in this museum. It is clear this has been his life’s work and soul’s passion.
As I walked down the dark hallway I saw a pair of large framed glasses looking from behind a curtain at me. This person kept peeking from behind to see if my group had walked past. When he thought it was safe, Zak himself came bolting out to the hallway and ran the opposite direction from hence we came. Such a silly, lurker of a man.(said in adoration of course) .Perhaps we triggered one of his items. I honestly feel like this whole museum is wired to catch anything paranormal. I do hope he protects himself, and remembers to always lean out of the abyss, back into the light when he is done.
I would have to give this museum a five star rating. The cast was interactive, the exhibits were amazing, and the expression in Mr. Bagans soul is a very interesting.
It is important we stay in the light, and seeing this place, reinforces that on so many levels to me.
I would not recommend this to any children (EVER), people who are sensitive and not able to protect their mojo. It was almost TOO MUCH for me to handle, but I just kept wishing every item love, healing, and light. I made sure to keep myself safe as well, as the last thing I need is to bring one of those darklings home. Zak your work is dark, but ever so important. https://thehauntedmuseum.com/
So, if you are in Las Vegas and want a disturbing, yet fascinating..good time…. CHECK IT OUT.