Remington Arms
Ghost Adventures



Bridgeport, Connecticut
Remington Arms (Ghost Adventures) - The Remington Arms munitions factory in Bridgeport, Connecticut has been abandoned since 1986, but a dark history looms over the buildings. In a place that once was the largest supplier of munitions on the face of the Earth, mysterious explosions, electrocutions, bodies turned to liquid in melting pots, have left the specter of death all around its confines.

This Ghost Adventure is an investigation into the dank and decrepit Remington Arms Munitions that features eyewitness accounts of fires, spirits, shadow people, and even sabotage.

A Remington Arms factory manufactured munitions for historic war efforts. An unsolved explosion killed seven workers and is suspected to be caused by sabotage by an enemy spy.

The trio visited John Zaffis, who is referred to as the "godfather of the paranormal" and discussed phenomena related to residual hauntings.


Remington was founded in 1816 by Eliphalet Remington in Ilion, New York, as E. Remington and Sons. It is the oldest company in the United States which still makes its original product, and is the oldest continuously operating manufacturer in North America. It is the only US company which produces both firearms and ammunition domestically, and is the largest US producer of shotguns and rifles.

In 1986, Remington closed its ammunition plant in Bridgeport, Connecticut, creating a brand-new facility in Lonoke, Arkansas. This site was chosen as the geographic center of the sporting ammunition market.