posted on Jun, 19 2017 @ 03:33 PM
originally posted by: spinalremain
a reply to: Outlier13
That episode was truly awful. I watched with an open mind, but I kept laughing at the crew. Nothing happened.
Did the one investigator really think he could travel to another world with that mirror? It was a little too ridiculous for me I guess.
Unfortunately that's how I feel as well. I had never seen this group before the show, and probably will never watch them again - that's how bad it was
for me. Aside from the added hokey-ness for show (of which there was far too much), I felt it was staged, and outright lies. For example - two go into
a cave, of which it looks like one entrance.. and they "them find two hours later," confused. And we are supposed to just accept that. That alone
would be a huge event. But they don't explain anything about it. Where did they find them? In the cave? Out wandering around? What happened during
those two hours? What can they remember? On and on.. and they don't cover it at all.
And many of the comments were just absolutely ridiculous, including their wild jumps of logic. Just a terrible show - and I thought TAPS was bad.
Personally I think something has been going on in that valley for a long while, and the skinwalker is the explanation the Ute tribe has come up with
to come to terms with the phenomena.
I appreciate the OP, as I recently have gotten interested in the ranch, but that one show alone made me never want to see those guys again. I did not
find it spooky, I was laughing before it was halfway done, and 5 minutes in, I told my wife (ok.. we are at a 5% level of hokey-ness, but it could go
up." By the end of the show (almost the end.. I turned it off before it was done), I told her it reached a record 97.5% hokey-ness. It was just that
ridiculous to me.