Ghost Hunters’ 100th Episode - Alcatraz  » TV  »
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  • As for the investigation, it was interesting
  • No visit to Alcatraz is boring, that's for sure
  • I prefer the meatier aspects instead of these ads-in-interview clothing

    • by Orrymain

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      Hosted by Josh Gates of Destination Truth, Ghost Hunters’ 100th Episode was turned into a two hour event that included the investigation of Alcatraz, the famous penal island off the waters of the Pacific Ocean near San Francisco.

      Gates is enthusiastic and humorous enough, but it’s almost too much. I find myself wanting him to be quiet and stop the jokes, which serve to take time away from the show and the TAPS crew. With so many TAPS personnel on hand, there was

      too much focus on Gates. He showboated instead of letting us hear from some of the team who don’t often get a venue like this for us to get to know them or just hear their thoughts on the job.

      Just about all of the Ghost Hunters crew was there, in addition to three members of the Ghost Hunters International team and the two new recruits from Ghost Hunters Academy. In the very brief segment with the latter pair, it was announced that ...

      • there would be a second season of GHA and that Jason of Ghost Hunters would be part of the elimination segment every week.

        There was a live audience for the event, and several questions were asked. Some were actually new, and that was good.

        As for the investigation, it was interesting. If you accept what was found, Alcatraz is haunted. There was one particular event documented that is especially spooky as an assumed haunt reveals the full name and ID number of one

        of the inmates. No visit to Alcatraz is boring, that’s for sure.

        I wish the Ghost Hunters’ 100th Episode show wasn’t so much of a commercial for what was to come. I prefer the meatier aspects instead of these ads-in-interview clothing.

        Overall, it was okay, but it could have been better with less Gates and maybe more of a round table feel. The teams were there; why not just let us listen to them talk about their experiences?

        Now that would have been exciting.

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