This is so shocking. Debby and Mark Constantino, who starred on the Travel Channel reality show ‘Ghost Adventures,’ were found dead in their daughter’s apartment on Sept. 22 in what appears to be a murder-suicide, according to a report.
Ghost Adventures couple Mark and Debby Constantino are dead. The paranormal investigators were found dead in their daughter’s apartment in Sparks, Nevada after police tried desperately to negotiate with Mark during an intense standoff. In even more shocking news, an unidentified man was also found dead at Debby’s home.
Police had been called to Debby’s apartment at 8:00 a.m. on Sept. 22 after one of her roommates found their male roommate dead and Debby missing, Nevada’s KTVN reports. Debby was eventually tracked down to her daughter’s apartment, where she was being held hostage by her estranged husband, Mark.
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Police attempted to negotiate with Mark. However, at around 1:30 p.m., a S.W.A.T. broke through the apartment door and found both Mark and Debby already dead.
Debby and Mark were electronic voice phenomenon (EVP) experts and appeared on reality shows about the supernatural. They recurred on Ghost Adventures. However, their marriage crumbled over the years. In March 2015, Debby was arrested after fighting with Mark. She allegedly sliced his arm with a kitchen knife and was charged with domestic violence and battery with a deadly weapon, according to KTVN.
In Aug. 2015, Mark was charged with kidnapping, domestic battery by strangulation and domestic battery against Debby. Debby had a restraining order against him. Their daughter, Raquel, was also involved in the incident and was charged with kidnapping, domestic battery, battery and vehicle burglary.
After the terrible news went public, Debby’s friend Karen posted this message on Debby’s Twitter account: “Rest in peace sweet beautiful spirit. Godspeed to the light. Love you always Debby. I promise to carry on our message against abuse. Karen.”
Our thoughts go out to Mark and Debby’s family during this difficult time.
— Avery Thompson