Did Ed Gein use this cauldron to hold human remains? Is it cursed? Here’s the story behind the ghoulish artifact on display at Zak Bagan’s Haunted Museum.
Zak Bagans, star of Ghost Adventures, will feature cursed and haunted objects in the new Travel Channel series Deadly Possessions.
Zak Bagans, paranormal investigator and star of the Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventurers, recently announced a new series centered around haunted objects called Deadly Possessions. Bagans has been collecting unusual items for a while now, including a demon-infested hell house in Gary, Indiana, Dr. Kevorkian’s death mobile, and a skull which apparently caused himself and his girlfriend to be attacked by an evil entity in their home.
Well it turns out Zak is opening a museum in Las Vegas to showcase items believed to possess negative energy and evil attachments. The new series will feature some of the most notorious inanimate objects, including Robert the killer doll (Zak loves dolls), the Dibbuk box, and “a secret possession implicated in the death of actress Natalie Wood.”
Well, now we know what he wanted with Ed Gein’s cauldron.
Deadly Possessions premieres on Saturday, April 2nd at 9pm, 8 central on the Travel Channel.
via Dread Central