TAPS embarks on an investigation at Fort Delaware, built in the mid-1800s and primarily used as an artillery defense for the Union during the Civil War. It eventually became a Civil War POW camp, housing over 33,000 Confederate soldiers. The conditions at Fort Delaware were grim, and it soon gained a reputation in the Confederacy as a black hole. Mistreatment of detainees was not uncommon, and there were outbreaks of yellow fever, smallpox and malaria that killed both prisoners and civilians working at the installation. In one month, 1,000 people died from smallpox alone. Records show that at least 2,400 prisoners died on the island from the ravages of the elements, epidemics and botched escape attempts. When the war ended, the fort was declared obsolete. Although it served as coastal fortification during World Wars I & II, Fort Delaware was eventually turned over to the State Parks Commission in 1951. Today, many believe that the spirits of the Civil War have never left Fort Delaware. Apparitions are the most reported phenomena, but music, disembodied voices and inexplicable sounds are also frequently heard. For this investigation, Mark Fusetti, winner of last years Hunt for the Hunter contest, joins the team to assist on the case.