Story follows members of the famous Penn State Paranormal Research Society as they investigate strange and unusual phenomena across the country. Story also features their hectic lives as college students and faculty.
This one-hour weekly docu-soap from the creator/executive producer of "American Chopper" follows a group of real-life paranormal researchers as they investigate haunted houses throughout ... See full summary »
Hailing from all corners of the globe, six of the best ghost hunters in the business have joined forces to investigate paranormal activity in Australia's most haunted locations. Led by Robb Demarest, the Haunting: Australia team travel across the country unearthing ghostly evidence and seeking answers to often asked questions.
I actually do believe in ghosts which is exactly why I hate television shows such as "Most Haunted" - they simply cash in on the paranormal phenomenon knowing full-well that it will grab the attention of everyday people.
I've had my own experiences in the past, and read supported stories, to convince me there is some type of supernatural force out there - but "Most Haunted" certainly isn't a study of that. It's an exploitation - and a fake one - not only of ghosts but of its viewers, too.
The lead psychic, Derek Acorah, seems to get possessed every time he walks into a room. The Mirror (UK) recently uncovered evidence proving Derek is a faker - he was supposedly "possessed" by a fake ghost character invented by a sceptical co-star to test Derek's honesty.
I think this show is just a really poor and deceiving program that shouldn't even be on the air anymore.
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