In the premiere of 'Ghost Adventures: Screaming Room', the team gets candid about baby ghost in Titanic museum

The Titanic Museum in Branson, Missouri, has artifacts taken off dead people from the iconic ship

                            In the premiere of 'Ghost Adventures: Screaming Room', the team gets candid about baby ghost in Titanic museum
Billy Tolley, Zak Bagans, Jay Wasley and Aaron Goodwin (Travel Channel)

Paranormal investigators Zak Bagans, Aaron Goodwin, Jay Wasley and Billy Tolley, the iconic 'Ghost Adventures' team, have been in some of the most haunted places on Earth. They've seen and shown us apparitions and inexplicable things, we've heard voices with no faces. Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes? All the hilarious, candid moments? Travel Channel's new series 'Ghost Adventures: Screaming Room' answers just that. 

For the premiere, the team picked their unsettling investigation inside the Titanic Museum in Branson, Missouri. The museum is a smaller replica of the real RMS Titanic and has real artifacts from the ship. Some of these were taken off fished-out bodies. By the way, Bagans owns the original mirror from Titanic's captain Edward John Smith. 

Toy shopping for a spirit

The museum is known to be haunted, with people hearing voices, seeing apparitions and experiencing severe emotional imbalance leading them to cry hysterically. During the course of the investigation, the team finds the spirit of a six-year-old child, playful, tenacious... and very interactive. Apart from the usual voices and handprints on glass, one of the precious moments from the episode is the team shopping for toys for the little ghost.

When they go to buy the toy at the World's Largest Toy Museum in Branson (because duh, they'd never go to a regular store to buy stuff for an ancient baby ghost) the lady running the store seemed to refuse every toy Zak wanted to buy. "She was the Nope lady," recalls Billy. Zak recalls being super mad about the whole situation. 

The cast reminisces how they couldn't strike a deal for any of the toys and had to buy stuff from the gift shop. At one point, one of the trains starts going off on its own and Zak says that the lady had angered the spirit.

Aaron pulls his "ass muscle"

Aaron is generally the most comical one once he is scared. In one of the scenes where the crew is shooting inside the museum looking for evidence of paranormal activity, Aaron falls down on his behind and screams, "I think I pulled my ass muscle!" The team bursts out laughing at the memory and Aaron sheepily says, "my back hurt so much!" 

For next week's episode, the team is looking back at their investigation into the infamously eerie Island of the Dolls. Catch the episode on Thursday, January 9 at 9 pm ET/PT on Travel Channel.

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