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I just watched the Titanic museum investigation. I love that replica of the grand staircase. I kept expecting to see Jack and Rose every time they showed it, heh. I'm not sure I buy that hand print 'evidence' but I still enjoyed the episode. Years ago, they had a temporary Titanic exhibit where I live that had actual artifacts from the Titanic. You also got a card with a real passenger's name on it. Mine was a woman from second class. She survived but her husband didn't make it. It was a very cool exhibit. I wish they would bring it back.

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New episode is Wolf Creek Inn.

Classic GAC investigation.

Zac gets hives...caused by a touch from an entity?

Poltergeist activity, EVPs, black masses, light anomalies, Aaron in a trance...the whole deal.

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On 11/13/2017 at 11:14 AM, Ubiquitous said:

Frankly, I thought the ghost investigation show genre had run its course some time ago.

Well, there are far more scary shows on TV.  The Dead Files tops the list of always demonic and completely creepy.  My Haunted House is pretty freaky and is Paranormal Survival or what ever it is called is harrowing.  I stoped watching those long ago.  I’ve written this before that I prefer shows that actually help the dead, not just folks who gather info and film it.  But that’s me.

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On ‎11‎/‎26‎/‎2017 at 0:19 PM, Cherry Cola said:

Did the Titanic museum need publicity? That was my first question, when I saw what it was about.  Anyway, Titanic fascinates me, so I liked the museum, and the episode. It looks super cool.  The evidence was neat, not too exciting.  I don't think they uttered the word demon once!! 

Didn't these guys or another ghost investigation team investigate a Titan museum? I remember being just as skeptical about the other place which had relics from the ship on display causing hauntings.

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6 hours ago, Ubiquitous said:

Didn't these guys or another ghost investigation team investigate a Titan museum? I remember being just as skeptical about the other place which had relics from the ship on display causing hauntings.

It was another show, I know which one you're referring to. Ghost Hunters or something?

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On 12/3/2017 at 3:48 PM, humbleopinion said:

There will always be room for ghost investigation shows on basic cable....

It seems so, but out of them all, Ghost Adventures is still my favorite.

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I watched the Extra Pulses of the Longfellow's Wayside Inn last night - it's one of my favorites, just for all the goofing around and awkwardness. Man, Zak is like a completely different person! No stupid facial hair, no excess fake tan, no stupidly unattractive glasses, probably 30 pounds lighter, and he actually smiled! And was silly and fun!. He's since had his nose worked on, gotten veneers, and just gone completely dark. It's disconcerting.

And I've decided that if the episode description says anything about exorcisms or demons, I'm just not going to watch. None of the people in these are being plagued by demons, unless you count mental illness, abusive living situations, and/or substance abuse as demons. It's really exploitive, and I hope it is Travel Channel forcing these episodes because they have to go "dark" like every other damn network, and not something Zak wants to do. Maybe that's also why Zak appears so "dark" all the time now. The last new one before the break was probably the most uncomfortable of all.

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Think Zak is evolving the show and dark seems to be the path.

Yes, the Sin City Exorcism was an extremely disturbing show...hopefully parents are monitoring their kids' viewing of such shows.

It is uncomfy watching the crew getting affected but they at least know how to cleanse themselves and not let the entities follow them to their homes and families, in this episode Billy, who has a wife.

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On 12/3/2017 at 1:43 PM, PBSLover said:

Well, there are far more scary shows on TV.  The Dead Files tops the list of always demonic and completely creepy.  My Haunted House is pretty freaky and is Paranormal Survival or what ever it is called is harrowing.  I stoped watching those long ago.  I’ve written this before that I prefer shows that actually help the dead, not just folks who gather info and film it.  But that’s me.

Totally agree.  Dead Files I go on a case by case basis hah  thats about my limit I think   I dont watch any of those anthology story type of shows either  Paranormal Lockdown is my other guilty pleasure.  That and GA I'll watch no matter how dark they get.  Oh and Kindred Spirits.  Those are the 3 i dont miss. Haha no more no more. Zak has really changed this last couple/few seasons.  Yes he's darker, but he seems more chill, more into developing his own feelings and how to read/feel them.  I think he's been working with someone.  Whatever he's doing, it working imho

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Kindred Spirits have a new episode 1/1 on Destination America Channel... Amy and Adam are so kind to the people they try to help.

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The show is coming back tonight. The new episode will be about the Ripley's Believe It or Not museum, which should be pretty interesting.

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Aaron gets the worst of the negative and positive ion machinery testing...as usual.

Can't believe Zak touched that foot...

GA episode will help sell tickets for the Hollywood tourist attraction.....adults $22... kids $12

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17 hours ago, humbleopinion said:

Aaron gets the worst of the negative and positive ion machinery testing...as usual.

Can't believe Zak touched that foot...

GA episode will help sell tickets for the Hollywood tourist attraction.....adults $22... kids $12

You mean that haunted doll's foot in that l last Halloween special? I'm not too surprised, to be honest, after the risks Zak took in the show before.

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In the new Ripley's Believe It or Not episode he touches another haunted foot...

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20 hours ago, humbleopinion said:

In the new Ripley's Believe It or Not episode he touches another haunted foot...

Weird. I don't remember that part. Either way, it's still not a surprise. Zak has taken several risks in the show before.

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I could be wrong...the episodes kinda start blending into each other...went back to review the episode...

 Zak does lift a 2000 year old Egyptian mummified foot out of the display.

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The Ripley's museum didn't seem like scary hauntings, except around the Hate doll.  That was creepy! And the sword.   But the whole place didn't feel creepy like some places do, like The Alley recording studio.  That place was creepy right off the bat.  Just seems like a very bad place. Lot's of negative energy surrounding it.  And ghost cats!! What the heck?! What had to be happening there that two...two of the current owners girlfriends commited suicide?! That isn't good. 

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The Alley episode was like the Viper Room episode but this time no one famous came through...

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WHAT is with Zak’s extreme monotone, slow speaking in voice overs this season?  

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That is the solemn Zak,  adding seriousness to the episode....

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Hasn't Zak always spoke like that in the narrative? I don't notice anything different this season.

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I saw the Titanic exhibit in San Francisco. It felt to me as if I was visiting a grave. 

To change the subject, are most people sick of the ghost genre? There seems nothing on, any more. What happened to 

"The Dead Files?" Now you see it, now you don't! I have no advanced notice that there are no shows!

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The Dead Files new episodes were on Sunday instead of following Ghost Adventures on Saturday....

You can catch them On Demand....

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Ok i was was rewatching one of the vicksburg eps (of which all were fantastic!). It was the Champion Hill Battlefield ep. The bone at the end........so many questions!!! Is it human or animal?  Did they keep it or turn it in?  Is it Civil War era?  Where did it come from?  I think it happened when they were distracted thinking someone was standing on sticks and breaking them.  That has to be to most fascinating area to investigate.  In and around Gettysburg. Thats where i believe i had a paranormal experience that scared the living shit right out of me lol.  And parents were cool enough to take us back several times. That should be a mandatory school field trip.  There is just so much to see and feel.

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You know if it was human bone that Zak would have included it in the show in post production...he loves drama...it was probably an animal bone....

The battlefield investigations are interesting because it mixes history with the paranormal.

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Recently, Zac tends to solemnly state "We were more scared then we've ever been, so I made the decision to go back to the control room and have Aaron investigate alone."  I LOVE THAT!  That is ALWAYS good for a great laugh. Thanks Zac!!  That little stick figure which pops up on one of their machines periodically is interesting.  Just wish they would HELP the situations they investigate instead of riling up the ghosts.  That is no good.   

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On 6/10/2018 at 9:36 AM, Eme said:

Recently, Zac tends to solemnly state "We were more scared then we've ever been, so I made the decision to go back to the control room and have Aaron investigate alone."  I LOVE THAT!  That is ALWAYS good for a great laugh. Thanks Zac!!  That little stick figure which pops up on one of their machines periodically is interesting.  Just wish they would HELP the situations they investigate instead of riling up the ghosts.  That is no good.   

Hahaha i know, thats always funny.  But i do prefer solemn Zak to bossy, shrill Zak.  To me he seems much more calm.  I think they help when they can, saging etc, but they arent demonologists or exorcists.  Agreed about riling them up, but not sure how they can research without stirring them up.  Altho, they could already be causing a ruckus, which iss why they call in the crew

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