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  • We watched another Season 2 episode of Ghost Hunters last night and, once again, were very disappointed in it
  • The Willard Library also proved to be boring

    • by Steve
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      We watched another Season 2 episode of Ghost Hunters last night and, once again, were very disappointed in it. The episode, Two Brothers & Wllard Library, seemed like it would have potential but, once again, we were left with a few personal experiences and not much else.

      The closest paranormal thing there


      was was Grant getting hurt by something to the point he had a red mark on his back.

      This, again, got Donna all terrified; which makes me wonder why she goes on these investigations with them.

      If she is scared of ghosts then it kind of defeats the purpose if you ask ...


      • me.

        I personally loved how the brothers that owned the house wanted to be anonymous.

        I mean, your house is being shown on TV and it’s not as though people won’t notice the TAPS vans and the camera crew on your lawn.

        The Willard Library also proved to be boring.

        It had

        promise but, once again, they do their investigation and find nothing.

        Of course, they might have missed something during that whole Brian rant.

        There probably was a ghost trying to make contact that simply gave up because nobody was paying attention.

        Not a good episode and it continues to be a disppointing season from this series.




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