An American paranormal anthology previewing stories told by the victims. Victims tell their terrifing encounters with the paranormal. This show contains narrations, frightening reanactments, & religious content.
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My wife has been binge watching this show on Netflix or Amazon Prime, one of those two. She has subtitles on, and all I see in between the talking captions are, "Foreboding music" and "Eerie music". I just happened to pass by when on this particular episode of "Lynn's Lake House," someone mentioned they all went downstairs to try and collect more evidence. That person then said while downstairs, they all saw something moving on the porch and an investigator decided to take a photo.
This caught my interest, being a photographer by trade. It showed a cropped image of a woman appearing in her late twenties, early 30s in old fashioned clothing on what looked like a raised porch that required steps to get up on. She was lit up from the bottom, and was semi transparent. Then the program showed the rest of the image, and a man's semi transparent head, lit up by the same light from below, was also seen in the uncropped photo. It was as if the man was trying to position the off camera flash for the "ghost". They then passed the "photo" around the kitchen table, just showing the white backs of what were to be oversized photos, without showing the actual photos. Then the reenactor, I guess portraying Lynn, the namesake of the episode, said how that was indeed Aunt Helen, and how she owned that house for sixty years and didn't want anyone in it. I could of sworn that I saw the same man from the photograph sitting at the table while they were passing the photo around.
I was saying aloud, "If this is supposed to be the actual photo, then this is definitely not Aunt Helen!" My wife then turned to me and said, "Well, it is a reenactment of what happened!" I told her, "One of the investigators for the show took the photo. It is supposed to be of Aunt Helen in ghost form on the porch. Why must they need to recreate the photograph? Are they needing a signed model release from Aunt Helen? Is her ghost going to have her lawyer sue them for using her likeness in this episode?" It was then that I saw the reviews here of the extreme lack of evidence and decided to add my own review.
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