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My little sister (who's 12 and trying to get into horror movies as much as I am...and it's not working) started watching this show a little while ago. I, at first, didn't think much of it, until she began to disallow me from changing it to Ghost Hunters when it was on one Wednesday night.
That's when I really began to pay attention to it. It's obviously just a 'cheap-knockoff' or the children's version of the show Ghost Hunters. I'm a huge fan of Ghost Hunters, but this is...just horrible! It's not staged, but it sounds...kind of scripted to me. I think they're only saying what they're expected to say, and blaming every little thing they hear or feel on the paranormal. They don't even CONSIDER any other possibilities! Sure, I myself believe in ghosts, but I've noticed they tend to take things out of proportion in their 'investigation'.
Other things I'm not too happy about is the fact that they're investigating places that seem to be abandoned, and no one's really been in for a long time. So who's to say that there's ghosts in there? Sure, it's possible. But just because it's abandoned, doesn't make it automatically haunted.
For me, it's a -5 out of 10.
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