Nick Groff No Longer with Ghost Adventures

Nick Groff tweeted this message today.

“Thank you everyone for your support through the years! I’m writing to say that I will no longer be a part of Ghost Adventures on Travel Channel. I am honored to have helped build an amazing paranormal phenomena that has touched people’s lives all around the world.

I am continuing to research and investigate all things paranormal as I start the journey through the next stage of my Life. Much respect and love to all my GAC and Ghost Adventures fans. See you all soon…” – Nick Groff (Co-Founder of Ghost Adventures Crew) 11/24/14

 

Zak Bagans confirmed the news.

“Many of you have been asking…Nick is no longer with Ghost Adventures. Right now I’m focused on the new season premiering Jan 10th 2015.

I do wish Nick the best with his future while I continue to deliver GAC fans what they want.” – Zak Bagans

Update

Nick Groff’s New Show Paranormal Lockdown

 

Ryan Buell’s Final Episode on Paranormal State

Final Episode, Featuring Ryan Buell and PRS, Airs Monday, May 2, 2011

Over five years ago, Penn State student and Paranormal Research Society club founder Ryan Buell and the rest of his team filmed the first episode for “Paranormal State.” A lot has changed since then.

All of the core members of “State” have long since graduated from Penn State. The organization is now a private organization. After five successful seasons and a total of 84 episodes airing on A&E to millions of people, Buell & co. have decided to step down from the series to pursue other adventures.

On May 2nd, A&E will broadcast their final episode, and the rest will be history.

Buell announced via his personal blog in January that he would not be returning to “State.” Immediately following his announcement, the rest of PRS, as well as series regulars such as Michelle Belanger and Chad Calek, also announced their departures.

The main reason for walking away from “State” was due to creative differences, exhaustion and to free up time in order to pursue other projects.

“It was an amazing run,” said Buell, who started working on the TV show project when he was 22. “Who else can say they starred and produced in a successful TV series for five seasons? We started this while we were in college!”

Buell is currently preparing for a 40-city film screening tour for the movie, “American Ghost Hunter,” as well as working on a few different book projects.

Many online fans have asked if the end of “State” also means the end for PRS, which Buell and other members stress is far from happening. “If anything, now that we have more time, PRS is going to be way more active,” said Eilfie Music, who’s been with PRS since 2001. PRS, which is still headquartered in State College, Pa., will celebrate its 10th anniversary on September 16th, 2001.

Paranormal Research Society

A&E owns the name Paranormal State and by rights has the ability to do whatever they wish with the name. Paranormal State: The New Class will be continuing on with the name, however, they have no association with the Paranormal Research Society, their investigation techniques, contacts, cases or otherwise.