posted on Jun, 17 2017 @ 10:09 PM
originally posted by: Xianb
a reply to: Mianeye
I trust these guys more then other shows.
I can only go by the one show I saw. But it was absolutely ridiculous. I gave my wife the initial hokey-ness level of maybe 5%. By the time the show
was only just over half done, it had garnered a 97% hokey-ness rating (in my own, personal, hokey-ness scale of things).
Shadows they were jumping away from that were not on camera. Ridiculous added drama be it being drugged, carrying guns, or one guy carrying two
hatchets. And I feel obvious staged activities. It was ludicrous to the point where I was laughing loudly before the show was done. It was obviously
massively overdone to promote drama and fear. It also was based solely on the Navajo theory of a skinwalker, and had nothing to do with the other
either paranormal or alien-like or dimensional-like activities that had happened in that valley. Personally I think there is something very real
there, but the Navajo explanation is their way of explaining it, in terms that they can relate to. I don't think it really has anything to do with a
shape-shifting pissed-off Navajo witch-person (being politically correct here..).
Also the dude who narrates the show badly needs some training in like.. narrating shows. : )
Example of just terrible badness in this episode alone: they supposedly lose sight of two team members with flashlights in the "witches cave." They
find an archway and theorize it might lead to other dimensions. Then they go on to say that they lost contact with their team members for some 2
hours, and wondered.. did they go to another dimension? All in very serious tones. They don't explain what their team-members remember, or where they
found them, or if their team members found anything or what they saw.. nothing. That alone would make for a HUGE find, paranormal or otherwise. But we
get nothing other than they found them 2 hours later, confused. It was laughably bad.
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