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As much as I hate seeing the same old Sy-Fy "B" movies over and over again, they are much better than this show. How did a relative of the infamous Warrens ever get a T.V. series? So long, farewell, and please don't come back. Ghost shows just don't seem to do all that much, not that I dislike Ghost Hunters, I don't, but even they never seem to find much at all. As for Josh Gates, well, I can't say anything good, so I won't say anything at all. C'mon Sy-Fy, your viewers deserve much better fare than you have been giving us. Thanks for at least bring back Haven. A point for you and good for the rest of us. Make it a longer series and maybe pick-up "The Gates" as well, then we can all breathe easier and watch better shows.
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