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I don't understand how a buff, spray tanned, rhinestone wearing gentleman has any actual credentials to run a ghost hunting program. Blaring over-masculinity and lack of scientific know how aside, the man is a complete character of himself and profession.
Perhaps, if his overwhelming sense of douche-baggery was not paired with poor, cheesy editing and splice-in's, the program could be not a chore to watch. We were just watching the episode, Death Valley Junction, and they laid an electrical tape X on the floor; then proceeded to shake the frame to enhance the 'spookiness' of the experience. also, lay off the Photoshop sepia as well.
If there were any attempt at scientifically tackling the supernatural, such as TAPS, this show could be entertaining. Rather, with what is presented, it is laughed at, not with. Kudos for the crew waking up day after day and butchering a subject I'm sure they love. And hell, they've done it for 7 seasons, that takes resolve.
The show is not produced seriously, edited seriously, or presented seriously. Recommended to watch with a shot of strong, bitter Booze and a loud gaggle of girls.
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