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Paranormal investigator Zak Bagans, star of Travel Channel's "Ghost Adventures," has collected macabre objects from around the world in attempts to prove the existence of the supernatural. The items believed to possess negative energy and evil attachments find a permanent home in Bagans' downtown Las Vegas museum. "Deadly Possessions" features some of the museum's most notorious objects, including killer doll Robert from the "Chucky" films, and a secret possession said to be involved in the death of actress Natalie Wood. Bagans interviews the owners, who share stories of how the objects have terrorized them, and helps them solve their "attachment."

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Examining a mirror connected to a grisly murder and a TV infused with a killer's dark energy.
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Robert, the 100- year-old doll that inspired Chucky; the Dibbuk box is one of the most deadly items in the world.

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