The ‘Ghost Adventures’ Couple Has Been Found Dead In Apparent Murder/Suicide

On Tuesday, police found two self-styled paranormal investigators dead inside a Sparks, Nevada apartment. The couple, Mark and Debby Constantino, were “specialists in EVP, Electronic Voice Phenomena, or ghost voices on tape.” The Constantinos were estranged, but they formerly featured on The Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures, in which they visited “the most haunted places on Earth.”

Police believe the Constantinos’ demise is tied to a third death in nearby Reno. That person, an unidentified male, was found dead by his female roommate. The woman then discovered that her other roommate, Debby, was missing. Police tracked Debby’s phone and located her in Sparks. She was inside her daughter’s apartment with Mark. The story picks up there and only grows more chilling with details of what police observed on the scene:

Upon arriving at the apartment, officers knocked on the door and heard several shots fired, said Reno police deputy chief Tom Robinson. The suspect told police “give me 15 minutes to gather my thoughts or I’ll kill her,” Robinson said.

Officers said they heard a man yelling at police to leave. Officers began negotiating with the man, but eventually used explosives to blow the door open and found the couple dead inside. Police did not say how they were killed or what kind of gun was used.

Police either haven’t been able to identify (or locate) a gun on the scene, or they’re not releasing all details to the media. The couple had a storied history of domestic violence, for Mark was arrested in August “on suspicion of domestic battery by strangulation, first-degree kidnapping and first-degree domestic battery.” So, it is plausible that the voice could have belonged to Mark, and he could have killed Debby in a murder suicide. In fact, another report says the voice did belong to Mark. The facts indicate that shots were fired, but police have not said how Debby or Mark died. Officially, police do consider Mark a suspect, but this all plays out too weird for me. With the ghosts. And stuff.

(Via Colorado’s 9News & Las Vegas Review Journal)