FREAK OUT: Zak Bagans' Haunted Museum coming to downtown Las Vegas

Zak Bagans' Haunted Museum coming to downtown Las Vegas (KSNV)

He’s known around the world as host of the hit show “Ghost Adventures” on the Travel Channel.

Zak Bagans, who lives in Las Vegas, is set to open his much-anticipated "Haunted Museum."

The museum is located near Charleston and Las Vegas Boulevards.

Bagans gave News 3 a tour of the place, and it is downright spooky.

There are more than 30 rooms, and it’s packed with items and collectibles that most people would want to stay far away from.

In one room, you will find the VW death van used by Dr. Jack Kevorkian where he ended the suffering of terminally ill patients.

In another, sits Michael Jackson's “propofol chair” from the room he died in.

It also has a staircase that is reportedly so haunted be demonic activity, that construction workers who installed it walked off the job and refused to come back.

During our tour, Bagans had no trouble creeping out our crew.

The museum house already has a history of its own, dating back to the 1930’s and was reportedly haunted before Bagans even moved his museum there.

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