Posts Tagged ‘paranormal’

News – SCARED! at Haunted Snug Harbor

SCARED! is an independent series of paranormal documentaries.  It first appeared on cable-access in NYC in 2002.  Part paranormal investigators, part urban explorers, they venture into places few will go in search of paranormal activity. The team is built upon the triumvirate of views; Skeptic, Psychic and Scientist – and they feel that diversity brings a [...]

TV Review – Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files

Oh boy, a chance to look at alleged supernatural occurrences caught on tape with a scientific eye! EEH wrong. You see, therein lies the problem with this show. It’s a good idea on paper, but in practice it falls flat. Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files revolutionizes paranormal programming by investigating the evidence witnesses post on [...]

TV Review – Ghost Hunters International

A spin-off of SCI FI’s Ghost Hunters series, Ghost Hunters International features a squad of paranormal investigators who use their principles of scientific techniques, to explore some of the most legendary haunted spots around the world. Each week the team travels to the far corners of the globe, searching for answers to bizarre supernatural mysteries.

TV Review – MonsterQuest

Witnesses around the world report seeing monsters. Are they real or imaginary? Science searches for answers on MonsterQuest. MonsterQuest uses the latest high-tech equipment to take a scientific look at legendary creatures around the world, creatures eyewitnesses claim to see to this day. Each episode will examine all the evidence available, from pictures and video [...]

TV Review – Paranormal State

It seems that every station is trying to find a way to work in their own ghost hunting show of sorts these days, and A&E is no exception. Delve deep into the strange and the mysterious with Paranormal Research Society founder Ryan Buell and his team of investigators as they attempt to unravel inexplicable paranormal [...]

TV Review – Destination Truth

When this show first aired (on SciFi) my mind was slightly boggled, and I decided that one man couldn’t be quite so stupid and he was contractually obligated to follow every stupid lead he got. Over the course of time, it became more and more clear that this was true, but surprisingly, it’s what makes [...]