My favorites are A Haunting and I really like Ghost Adventures..I like how the guys on Ghost Adventures are willing to provoke in order to get responses..Not the way I'd ever think of doing it,but they deserve props from puttin themselves on the line..When ghost investigation shows started I was a fan of Most Haunted but haven't watched that in awhile..
Definitely Ghost Adventures. Destination Truth isn't too bad nor Ghost Lab. The last two seasons of Ghost Hunters seems like it is a "chore" for them to do the show....quite boring to me. One thing though.....all these shows let the viewer see new equipment being used on investigations. Now if only I could spend thousands of dollars as they do I'd be in 7th heaven! Carol
Post by starscream107 on Sept 8, 2011 21:37:09 GMT -6
So it appears the Discovery Chanel has stopped airing episodes of "A Haunting" all together now. The last time I talked to a representative from the Discovery Chanel, they informed me they had no future plans of creating new episodes.
I recently stumbled across two interesting shows like "A Haunting." The SyFy network recently created a show called "Paranormal Witness," which premiered earlier this week. The discovery channel also launched another series, just like "A Haunting" called "The Exorcist Files." Both of these programs are documentaries/dramas which have commentaries and reenactments. www.syfy.com/paranormalwitness/
I'm a big fan of A Haunting and Ghost Hunters, although I must say that I don't always trust these types of shows, simply because they're edited. I just feel that they tend to focus on the results and the ratings more than representing an actual paranormal investigator/investigation. Not to mention that they use provocation way too much. There was one show, and I forgot which one, where the guy doing the investigation (while trying to provoke a spirit) is cursing at it trying to make it do something. Not only unprofessional, but dangerous as well.