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Ghostfacers 

Sam and Dean inexplicably encounter the Hell Hounds while investigating a case that John failed to crack years earlier and become fixtures in their pilot for a reality show called Ghostfacers.

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In this off-shoot/semi-spoof of Ghost Hunters, Sam and Dean once again encounter the Hell Hounds, Harry and Ed, who have formed their own reality TV show, 'Ghostfacers.' They are investigating a haunted house where every February 29, ghosts who died violent deaths haunt the place. Written by Anonymous

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24 April 2008 (USA)  »

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Trivia

If you look closely at Mr. Daggett, it's the same guy that was the golem in Everybody hates Hitler See more »

Goofs

When Dean and Sam approach Ed and company in the house they mention the job in "West Texas". The job was in Richardson, a suburb of Dallas in the North Central Texas area. There is a West, Texas in the central area of the state. It's a long way from Richardson to west Texas. See more »

Quotes

Dean Winchester: There's a box of salt in my duffel. Make a circle and get inside.
Ed Zeddmore: [a long pause; Ed and Harry look confused] Get inside your duffel?
Dean Winchester: The salt, you idiots!
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Crazy Credits

The standard Supernatural opening credits do not air at the beginning of this episode. Instead, credits for the show within a show, "Ghostfacers" air. The standard credits air at the end of the episode. See more »

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References RoboCop (1987) See more »

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It's My Party
Written by Wally Gold (as Walter Gold), John Gluck, Herbert Weiner (as Herb Weiner) and Seymour Gottlieb
Performed by Lesley Gore
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Better than Blair Witch
27 April 2008 | by See all my reviews

I have never laughed so hard and felt so creeped out in the same episode before. Actually, I don't think I've ever been that scared watching an episode of Supernatural before! I love this show, it's my absolute favorite on air right now, but it's never given me the heebee geebee's like that! I think the whole hand held camera element is what did it, because Blair Witch and all the ghost hunting reality series that this episode tips it's hat to have given me similar chills. But it was worse this time around because I'm invested in Sam and Dean's well-being (lol)! After "Bad Day at Black Rock" and "Mystery Spot" I didn't expect to laugh so hard again...least not this season, but I was pleasantly surprised! Bravo to the Supernatural team that put this gem together! Standing Ovation!


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