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Your views on the show Ghost adventures

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posted on Jun, 13 2012 @ 02:06 PM
reply to post by doodles40

I've watched it since day one and they are unique. They debunk what is obviously not paranormal but they don't go out of their way to. They have shows that capture a lot and others, not so you would expect from a ghost hunt. I don't like what they've been slipping into recently..."guest" hunters or more than the 3 original people. There's more validity when there's just the 3 than a whole room full.

Plus they acknowledge orbs. Photos with literally hundreds in them could be dust, but shots with only 1 or 2? Does anybody's house have that little dust? That sometimes fades in and out and changes direction?

GA is so far the best out there.

posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 05:53 AM
reply to post by fldinosaur

yeah I was kind of dissapointed that they're into the whole orbs thing.

I remember in the first episode they dismissed it as being dust which made me think finally! Ghost hunters that don't believe in orbs, but then then the next few episodes they started getting excited over orbs

posted on Jun, 20 2012 @ 11:50 PM
Been watching them for years. I find them entertaining. My group is listed with their crew of associated groups. I do take a grain of salt with any evidence posted for profit... but I keep watching them and keep my group listing in their crew listings. They are unique and I like em.

posted on Jun, 20 2012 @ 11:54 PM
I enjoy the entertainment quality of the show.

I liked the documentary better, for the main character wasn't such a toolbag (I mean, look at his wardrobe).

Their EVP specialists they always go to are even worse.

The show itself is very fun, though.

posted on Oct, 4 2015 @ 03:06 AM
Hey everyone wow long time haha I havn't been on in a while.

Just interested to know if anyone has still kept up to date with the show. Can't believe this was 3 years ago.

Your input would be much appreciated

posted on Oct, 9 2015 @ 08:46 AM
I consider myself to be a hopeful skeptic ... watching Ghost Adventures has shown me that there are things out there that we can not simply explain. Sure, if they are having a slow episode I imagine that they might dramatize simple findings such as a creaking floor, or a moving curtain. It is TV, after all. But it is Zach's intensity that really makes me believe that it is real, or at least that he believes that what he is experiencing is real. If he truly had the capacity to act out and fake the emotions that we witness on the show, he would have a role in something far greater than a simple Travel Channel series. Quite convincing, to say the least. In another reply to this thread, someone mentioned that the GACvisits the 'cream of the crop' of the world's most haunted locations. This is another factor that leads me to believe that what they are experiencing is real. Zach often argues that physical objects, particularly organic ones such as a wooden floor or a stone wall, have the capacity to absorb and retain energy, or vibrations within their environment. This theory holds true from a scientific standpoint as well as being intuitive within ourselves. Any of us who have stepped foot in an extremely old or historically-active building/location can feel the energy of what came before. We may not know the specifics of any of the events that took place, yet we *feel* that the air is a bit heavier, or thinner, whichever the case may be. These residual echoes of the past may harbor space for more intelligent entities, as Zach constantly points out the difference between a 'residual' and an 'intelligent' haunting. This would be an interesting topic of discussion alone.
Bill Chappell, the man who invented and designed much of the equipment used in the show, is highly overlooked in my opinion. It is through his genius and ability to translate something so intangible into the scientific realm that will allow researchers like the GAC to receive the credibility that they deserve. What they have captured using simple kinect technology alone (the same thing used in a Wii to track players' movements) is both irrefutable and compelling.
I hope to one day visit some of the same locations seen in the show (Sloss Furnace in my home town of Birmingham, AL will be the first stop, surely) and experience the paranormal for myself. I have faith that one day the unknown will show itself to me. Until then, I will not look for excuses to believe. I will not misconstrue coincidence. I will debunk every single anomaly that I possibly can.

posted on Oct, 12 2015 @ 10:48 PM
a reply to: good11eleven

Dude! Thank you so much for the response! Glad to hear from other open minded people especially skeptics that aren't too one sided. and also glad somebody is taking these boards seriously. Havn't been on in a while and have come back to most people on here taking the piss or just trying to shut down every topic if they can.

Have you seen all episodes to date? I am currently on season 10.

Definitely man I have had my own paranormal experiences so for me a personally I know there are other things out there I just hate most of the shows that just use it to make money and you can tell it is blatant BS, but this show however I have found the most convincing to be somewhat real.

And as for Bill Chappell I totally agree with you man! the guy needs more credit than he's given.

Ah lucky you I would love to check out these places but sadly I live in New Zealand so will have to plan a big trip for that one!

Thanks man

posted on Nov, 2 2015 @ 05:43 AM
a reply to: doodles40

I love GA, and have watched all of the series, l love the fact they are always developing new equipment, and mix the scientific with the Paranormal.

Found out some shocking news just yesterday, Mark and Debbie Constantino, featured on quite a few of their shows, as EVP "experts" died in September, In a Murder/Suicide. It seemed they had seperated, and it was an extreme domestic situation that accelerated. How really sad.

Looking forward to when Zak presents his film on the "Demon House" he bought.

posted on Nov, 2 2015 @ 06:19 AM
I can't believe no-one's linked this yet:

posted on Nov, 5 2015 @ 01:07 PM

originally posted by: doodles40
Hey everyone I've just started watching the show ghost adventures and I've got to say I'm really enjoying it compared to most other shows about paranormal investigators.

I'm not trying to say I believe it's all 100% true nor am I saying it's fake, I'm just curious to see what other peoples opinions of the show are?

Looking forward to your input

My views on ghost adventures is that show is faker than fake. Those "kind" of reality ghost hunting shows really shame the whole paranormal research community, because they been known to fake and embellish stuff for the camera.

posted on Nov, 5 2015 @ 01:19 PM
Really the main thing that seems different about them is the light balls that always show up.

posted on Nov, 5 2015 @ 01:25 PM
Wise ghosts doesnt want to get shot with camera, they havetobe kardashianlike ghosts to be filmed.

Show is fake.

posted on Nov, 5 2015 @ 01:47 PM
One thing I enjoy about the show is the history of the places they visit. Especially places like the ram horn inn and the sanitariums, creepy stuff. However I don't believe in ghosts, I just think experiences people have is the mind playing tricks on them or time overlapping relative to quantum mechanics.

One thing that irritates me about these shows is how they turn the lights off to do investigations...... Are ghosts scared of lights and only appear in the dark...

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