posted on Jan, 21 2011 @ 06:23 AM
I've been a regular viewer of Ghost Adventures. I had watched Ghost Hunters for some time, but got turned off of that show because of the increased
focus on 'dramatics' and the general smugness of the investigators.
I'm getting turned off of Ghost Adventures. This season, it appears that they have sacrificed the 'raw' nature of their investigation procedures in
favor of entertaining re-enactments (that come off as childish and cheesy), joking around with each other (lots of inside jokes), and forced dramatic
acting ("see, THIS is how we roll"). Travel-related topics that are mildly related to the content of the show have also been included. They recently
they brought some celebrity investigators in-- including the actors that played leatherface and jason. Come on. It is obvious to me that the Ghost
Adventure Crew are taking themselves too seriously and their fame has led them to compromise their objectivity. In fact, the 'investigations' has
become way too subjective compared to previous seasons.
Also, during one 'investigation', they set up their static cameras for 30 minutes. It seems a bit strange to me that nearly every episode this season
involves an EVP that supposedly says Zak's name. Additionally they are using different technologies that aren't adequately explained, and leads me to
be highly suspicious that there is some form of digital manipulation happening. Digital boxes that have hundreds of vocabulary words in them?
edit on 21-1-2011 by MKULTRA because: (no reason given)