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  • It was an OK episode but I can think of quite a few of them that were much better than this one was

    • by Steve
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      Last night’s Ghost Hunters episode was OK but not one of the greatest ones. They investigated an American Legion building in Pennsylvania (a short distance from where my wife was born).

      It was one of those cases that could go either way.

      A lot of personal experiences that weren’t captured


      on film and you had to take their word for it when they claimed they saw something.

      But, at the same time, they did manage to capture a mysterious shadow moving across the room when nobody was in there.

      That was somewhat interesting.

      That scene where Dustin decided to try ...


      • drinking butter only to find out it was butter-flavored cooking oil was kind of gross and didn’t seem to be very sanitary.

        Whatever happened to professionalism during the investigations?

        The second case, at the Old State House, was about as unproductive and I expected it to be.

        I don’t think

        they captured a single piece of legitimate evidence from that case and I actually found myself finding a reason to get ready for bed before that part of the episode was even over.

        It was an OK episode but I can think of quite a few of them that were much better than this one was.




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