posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 12:34 PM
I have to sheepishly admit to loving this new show.
The last episode (episode three) really gave me the chills - the first time I've felt that way about ghost hunting tv show! I'd love to hear
anyone's thoughts on what they caught on the thermal camera. What does white indicate - is that very cold or very hot? Do thermal camera's
sometimes have glitches or errors where images like that appear? The EVP they caught when they asked if that was "Joe" was also a very chilling
and clear "yeeessss."
I love that they are spending a lot of time on one location (or area). That is one thing that bugs me about most ghost hunting shows. They spend one
or two nights in a place and are expected to come up with compelling evidence? No wonder so many are led to faking evidence to keep their shows on
the air. Paranormal doesn't happen on cue like that.
The third episode of ghost mine mentioned they had already been at the mine for 30 days at this point. To me, this feels like a much more real and
natural amount of evidence to collected at a very haunted place in this amount of time. I feel the people - the miners and the two-person ghost
hunting team - are very geniune. Sure, many scenes look very "staged" for the purposes of reality television, and I am certain editing liberties
are taken in terms of keeping a good timeline and story going -- but I don't feel anything has been outright faked thus far.
I can't wait to see what they come up with. The evidence in the third episode really shocked me.
By the way, does anyone think the female investigator looks just like Kate Moss when she is shot in night vision? LOL! She's gorgeous! I think
she is the only reason my husband is willing to watch the show with me.