In this week's episode of Jack Osbourne and Katrina Weidman's new ghost hunting show, the duo venture inside the imposing stone walls of a notoriously haunted hospital that housed thousands of mentally ill patients over a dark 130-year-old history.
At the start of the episode we catch up with Jack and Katrina as they travel to Weston, West Virginia, on their way to the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum.
Jack tells us, "if you're interested in investigating one of the most haunted locations ever then Trans-Allegheny might be your spot, but is it a portal?"
Well, despite the show's title, the duo aren't really on the hunt for portals as such, just ghosts. However Katrina does say that for the patience sent here, the asylum was a portal to their own personal Hell.
Jack agrees and adds that the number of disturbed people incarcerated would have left its mark on the building, "all that energy turns into something that allows negative energy to grow".
As always, they're first given a tour of the building. They're shown around by Rebecca Gleason, who runs ghost tours of the asylum. She tells Jack and Katrina about a sinister doctor named Walter Freeman who famously performed illegal lobotomies at the asylum without his patiences' consent.
The building served as an insane asylum, prison and death row all in one, and many executions were carried out there. In fact all-in-all, thousands of deaths occurred within the grounds, many are buried in one of three graveyards, and these are just the bodies that were not claimed by the dead's family.
The duo were then joined by psychic
medium, Michelle Belanger, who was blindfolded and lead around the building. The information that Michelle came up with was very accurate, but didn't really add anything new for the viewer. It was just confirmation of what Jack and Katrina had already told us. At one point she told us the colour of the room she was in, it's impressive, but we can see that - it adds nothing.