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Ghost Hunt: Paranormal Encounter at Burlington County Prison (2012)

| Documentary | 2012 (USA)
Is the Burlington County Prison Museum haunted? Do the spirits of executed prisoners continue to roam its halls? The answer will shock you! A group of paranormal enthusiasts entered the ... See full summary »

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Is the Burlington County Prison Museum haunted? Do the spirits of executed prisoners continue to roam its halls? The answer will shock you! A group of paranormal enthusiasts entered the Burlington County Prison, in Mount Holly, New Jersey, to capture photographic, video and audio evidence in hopes of validating eyewitness testimony. Written by Anonymous

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Waste of film
14 February 2014 | by (Kona, Hawaii) – See all my reviews

I am an unashamed connoisseur of paranormal investigation films. When I saw this title it piqued my interest not only for the subject matter but because I am familiar with the location and its reputation. What I saw instead was something that can only be called a dramatic waste of film.

Let's start with the "team", whose credentials, character and intelligence looked more like it suited a group of beer drinking idiots on the Boardwalk than a group of serious investigators. I have rarely witnessed such a breathtakingly stupid and incoherent bunch. The lead idiot couldn't manage a half cogent description of the prison outdoor area, with gallows and surrounded of course by a high wall. He and his hand held camera run down gave us gems like "as you can see there is no way out" (imagine that - it's a prison) or "this is where hundreds, or probably....hundreds...of people died". Math skills. He led a group including ball-cap and sports jersey adorned co-morons, an angry lesbian and a bar fly in the making who couldn't manage to even express why she was involved. What ensued was 60 minutes of lolling aimlessly around, making rambling and unimportant comments, pointing continually to the jumping needle of an EMF detector with zero context or investigative reasoning, and other empty quasi-scientific monkeyshines.

An hour later, save for one interesting EVP, they had a whole lot of nothing to show for their sad efforts. These clueless apes spent the entire last ten minutes on a "discussion" amongst themselves about a piece of dust they caught floating around in front of their camera, as if lead guy had just discovered proof positive of life after death.

Save your time and aggravation. If I do come back as a ghost, I will haunt these dumbasses for eternity for their brass balled temerity in making such a cinema turd in the first place.

Minus ten stars.


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