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  • Rather than reviewing those, I figured I would take a minute to recap what I thought of the entire season
  • And, unfortunately, the answer to that is not much

    • by Steve
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      OK, my wife and I just finished watching the last two episodes of the first season of the show Ghost Hunters. Rather than reviewing those, I figured I would take a minute to recap what I thought of the entire season.

      And, unfortunately, the answer to that is “not much.

      ” I have mentioned before that I’m


      hooked on the series and try to watch it whenever it is on TV.

      That’s why we decided to rent the earlier seasons.

      However, I can honestly tell you, if I would have started watching this show from the first season, I would never have watched the second.

      On one hand, I’m a bit glad they ...


      • don’t find a ghost in every place they investigate.

        That does add some credibility to what they do.

        But, for a show entitled Ghost Hunters, there really is limited paranormal activity in this first season.

        All you really see are some orbs, a sliding chair and a sound guy being knocked over.

        The last two could

        have been faked.

        If anything, the first season was more of a drama than anything with many of the TAPS members fighting with each other.

        That I didn’t really need to see and I’m glad you don’t see it as much now.

        Not a great season for me.

        I can only hope the second season is better than the first.




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