Lots of b-roll set to tension drones, while the " investigators" read voice over scripts which seem like they were written by a descriptive video service.
On the content side, it's mostly conjecture followed by conclusion. The "science" lady is really just a stone-faced host who finds "experts" to explain how cameras work or give the most basic explanations of mass hysteria and illusion.
The "religious" guy conducts 20 second interviews with believers which he follows with "I want to believe...". He does say this in various ways though.
There are also the usual recaps/teases which fill time with the usual repetition.
And all the tension music really makes the show seem kinda silly.
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