An American paranormal anthology previewing stories told by the victims. Victims tell their terrifing encounters with the paranormal. This show contains narrations, frightening reanactments, & religious content.
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Ghost Hunters International (GHI) is a reality series that follows a team of paranormal investigators; the GHI team travels around the world and documents some of the world's most legendary haunted locations.
The spin off series "Midsummers Murders" which aired in 2007 was due to be the 10th series of the show. Producers at LivingTV weren't keen on the change of format to the popular show and decided to use it as a spin off series. A 10th series was produced and aired later in 2007. See more »
over dramatic and hammy, not like Ghost Hunters or Paranormal State but entertaining
I've watched all of the episodes of all 3 shows to current date and here's my breakdown.
Most Haunted - highly theatrical, dramatic and genuinely fake at times. But they visit some great locations. The host and medium from the first season are fine for the full first season and the Unseen episodes as well. However, after the first season it is quite the task to keep up with the squealing and crying of the main host and the sometimes genuinely fake and theatrical psychic. The sane people on the show is the director of investigations and the various parapsychologists. This show is purely for entertainment, and wishy washy at that. It's a shame, the best parts of the show is during the lights out investigations and they are truly investigating.
Some episodes from each season are worth watching as they visit all these great locations, as the show doesn't emphasis anything really but the mediums, using the ouiji board and history of the location. But sometimes even the history is almost difficult to believe as they don't name their sources and the mediums get them almost every time, clearly a setup and gimmick for the show. This show is currently on the travel channel in the US. I highly recommend visiting the TV shows episodes website and watch them by highest rating.
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