Though there was some strange things going on near the end of the episode, it felt weak. I am a fan of ghost adventures but this episode wasn't enjoyable at all. Not every investigation is going to produce meaningful results. Not sure how to feel about it. The mum was over the top and all she seemed interested in was her 5 minutes of fame. They should have checked to see if the family rigged any part of the house.
I watch because I want to see some god damn really evidence on ghosts on camera. One, it would still be entertaining and two, it might discourage other people from making stuff up. Also after watching years of the show, the dragon flying off the shelf right in front of them seemed too out of character. Zak sweetie--you don't want to fly? They wouldn't be scrambling to fill in episodes if they would actually go to more interesting places instead of trying to fill seasons with just stuff on the west coast. Without a doubt, it is a turkey call.
The noise is a fucking turkey call. Not this production-value driven drama bullshit. The longer this show goes on the more they piss me off. Sorry for being late, but I'm literally watching it right now. Good point about the dragon. I can't help thinking that it's a show by the family.
. Everything that happened can be explained naturally and easily. When I heard the stories of blood appearing out of nowhere and the son being pulled from the bed, I immediately thought of that episode with the couple who claimed intense demonic activity -- like writing on the walls and books flying -- and it turned out to be one big hoax. They should have taken a knife out and see if it would have flown to the coach. I was going to say, as you did, they probably just feel pressured by Travel Channel to fill episode quotas. They sort of went there with Demons in Seattle and should have also gone there with this episode.
Ok, you have a bus and driver. That episode was such trash. It all seemed too convenient and she played up to the cameras! It was so obvious the kid was moving the damn sheets. . .
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