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  • The elimination process is also pretty awkward in my opinion
  • It’ll be interesting to see who they pick and on what criteria but I’m still not impressed with this show and can only hope they make some significant changes to the format before next season

    • by Steve
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      Last night was the second-to-last episode of this season’s Ghost Hunters Academy and, if they pick a winner, I really don’t see that person being someone who would really stand out on the Ghost Hunters show. They sent the team to the St.

      Augustine Lighthouse; the same place that Ghost Hunters


      captured all sorts of evidence at.

      And, of course, the students didn’t find a single thing there.

      They never do.

      So, either they are horrible investigators or Ghost Hunters fakes a lot of its evidence.

      The elimination process is also pretty awkward in my opinion.

      Jane clearly has to go.

      She ...


      • has nothing to offer and is constantly picking fights within the group.

        But, they kick off Chris instead because he was a bit homesick.

        And what was the point of bringing in that new classmate with only two investigations left.

        Either he’s not going to be able to catch up to

        the rest of the group or he’s going to win without having to do nearly as much work as the others.

        It’ll be interesting to see who they pick and on what criteria but I’m still not impressed with this show and can only hope they make some significant changes to the format before next season.




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