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Scariest Places on Earth 

Host Linda Blair and narrator Zelda Rubinstien explore some of the most reputedly haunted locations in the world, providing history, live camera investigation, and interviews with individuals who have experienced phenomena.
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Linda Blair ...  Self - Hostess 16 episodes, 2000-2006
Zelda Rubinstein ...  Narrator 14 episodes, 2000-2006
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Host Linda Blair and narrator Zelda Rubinstien explore some of the most reputedly haunted locations in the world, providing history, live camera investigation, and interviews with individuals who have experienced phenomena.

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You Won't Look At Life The Same Way Again. See more »


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What a crock of werewolf scat
26 October 2001 | by helpless_dancerSee all my reviews

New title folks: "Most Pathetic Places on Earth". Seldom have I been this bored and found a show so tiring and tedious. The episode I saw had a family of 5 spending the night in Dracula's Castle [clearly a back lot set]: if the vampire has to live forever putting up with this crap I have real pity for him. Nobody with an I.Q. higher than 3 would believe this was anything but a very badly acted play which used only 3 sentences throughout, repeated to the point of extreme nausea. The most aggravating part was being forced to continually look up these peoples nostrils. Couldn't they find a different camera angle every now and then? Speaking of cameras, I hated the part where these folks would "find" a new room, and be filmed entering it. Gimme a break. Outside the place looked huge, but when the intrepid voyagers got inside they couldn't seem to get past the same 3 or 4 obviously staged rooms where ghastly crimes were committed in bygone days. Gimme another break. All this to again "find" a gold medallion which appeared to have come off the sale table at Woolworth's on a slow night. At the end the show's host, some cornball Irish actor with the delivery of Boris Karloff on Qualudes, swaggers out and tells the family what grave danger they were in but because they were so brave and mouthed some little pissant Satanic chant that all would be well. Another break, please! I will damn well not watch any more of the 13 Days of Halloween because I suspect this was the high point. By the way, Linda Blair is still the same 2 bit actress she was in The Exorcist.


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23 October 2000 (USA) See more »

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X-Factor: Die wahre Dimension der Angst See more »

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Transylvania, Romania See more »

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