‘Ghost Adventures’ experts found dead

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SPARKS, Nev. – A couple who is well-known to fans of a popular Travel Channel show has died following a standoff.

Mark and Debbie Constantino were found dead inside an apartment near Sparks High School.

On Tuesday, officers were called to an apartment complex after a woman said she found her male roommate dead and her female roommate was missing.

Authorities were able to track Debbie Constantino’s cellphone to her daughter’s apartment.

Police learned that Constantino was likely with her estranged husband.

According to USA Today, officers knocked on the door and heard several shots fired inside the apartment.

At one point, the alleged suspect said, “Give me 15 minutes to gather my thoughts or I’ll kill her.”

Following a series of negotiations, authorities blew the door open and found the couple dead.

The pair were paranormal investigators and were often featured on the Travel Channel show ‘Ghost Adventures.’

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