Showing posts with label Ghost Adventures. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Ghost Adventures. Show all posts

Monday, October 31, 2011

Ghost Hunters Live airs tonight from Pennhurst State

GhostHuntersLiveThe annular Ghost Hunters Live event will take place tonight at the infamous Pennhurst State School and Hospital, a place which has previous been investigated by both the Ghost Hunters, and the Ghost Adventures crew.

The episode will be hosted by Josh Gates from Destination Truth, which will return for a fifth season starting next year.

The show will also get visited by special guests (just people from other SyFy productions, what a surprise…), such as Barry Fitzgerald, Kris Willams and Joe Chin from Ghost Hunters International and Ben Hansen, Jael De Pardo, Devin Marble from  Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files.

You will be able to not only see it on your TV-set, but it will also be possible to follow the investigation trough live streams on the official site. There will be a panic button for you to press in those special paranormal occasions…

With the uprise of social media, you will also be able to chat and ask questions to the TAPS crew through the night.

This live investigations may turn out to be an controversial one, as previous has been.

The most controversial thus far is probably the one conducted at Fort Delaware in 2008 where Grant Wilson, has his jacket collar pulled down by an unseen force three times, when his hands where placed in a suspicious manner, getting the critics all fired up.

This clip shows it clearly:

Only the time will tell if something will happen during this investigation.

Check your local listings for your air schedule.

Friday, January 7, 2011

New episode of Ghost Adventures tonight

Don’t miss the new episode of Ghost Adventures toinght.Tonight they investigate the Pico House in Hollywood, California.

Description from Travel Channel:

“Zak, Nick and Aaron are joined by the Hollywood Ghost Hunters as they investigate a once-opulent hotel where 19 Chinese immigrants were murdered during a vicious race riot in 1871.”


Check your local listings for airtimes.

Friday, February 19, 2010

Best evidence caught by Ghost Adventures

Here are some videos showing the best evidence caught by Ghost Adventures.

Sunday, January 31, 2010

Hunting ghosts (on TV)

Today, TV is overwhelmed by programs that hunt ghosts.  We got the most famous ones like the American long runner Ghost Hunters and their British counterpart Most Haunted, which is now in their 14:th season.  But we can’t forget the newcomers. On Travel Channel Ghost Adventures was a success and a fourth season is in production, and recently Discovery Channel’s Ghost Lab concluded its first season.  And we cannot not continue without mention A&E:s Paranormal State and just started Paranormal Cops. It’s a smorgasbord for the paranormal interested.

But with a lot of competition comes a big pressure of getting results, and for a ghost hunting show the pressure is even bigger. If no ghost shows up, no one will view the show and it will probably get cancelled. So in that perspective it’s understandable that some content in the show maybe made-up on purpose. And there have been some controversial, especially on the most famous one Ghost Hunters and on Paranormal State, with content that apparently been hoaxed. 

But still, I find those shows interesting and will still tune to watch ghost hunting shows when they air.