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Psherryred1

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  1. Psherryred1

    Ghost Adventures

    I saw the Titanic exhibit in San Francisco. It felt to me as if I was visiting a grave. To change the subject, are most people sick of the ghost genre? There seems nothing on, any more. What happened to "The Dead Files?" Now you see it, now you don't! I have no advanced notice that there are no shows!
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    The Dead Files

    If Amy told me to move. I'd be gone. Trust me. When she gives out sometimes a seemingly "laundry list" of professionals to consult, does she give references? People like that would be kinda hard to find in the "Yellow Pages" unless you had a special type of yellow pages or a directory or maybe just google it (I'm 63 and kinda dim on my references!).
  3. Psherryred1

    Ghost Adventures

    Zak does the best he can and I'm sure he's sincere about what he's doing but he should do his research! The better research HE does, the better informed we are (or maybe we should do our OWN research??).
  4. Psherryred1

    The Dead Files

    me, too. Leaving your own mother in that house after she'd gotten pushed and broken her leg. Oh, oh, there's some serious disconnect going on between mother and daughter that we're NOT being told about.
  5. Psherryred1

    Ghost Hunters

    I saw it. Adam and Amy have a lot of empathy for their subjects and they appear to have a deep need to help them. It is rewarding to watch.
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    Ghost Adventures

    Whoa! Isn't anyone going to comment on that episode in Reseda, last night?? What a crazy thing! No one could film that "black mass?" Since I'm not at the scene, it's hard for me to understand the situation. It seems like the crew had lost their minds!
  7. Psherryred1

    Ghost Adventures

    Dunno. I was over there for the "open house" and I did not "feel" anything, even when I went into the garage. I know it was rented to a couple after the fact, who seemed like it didn't bother them.
  8. Psherryred1

    Ghost Adventures

    That's right. In CA, they have to disclose it if it happened in the last three years. I notice there was a house where the man killed his wife in the garage OVER three years ago. It was under deposit, then it wasn't! I betcha they found out through another source!
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    The Dead Files

    Terrible! This episode really gets me to thinking about murders and the supernatural element. I wonder how many people were taken over by an unseen force and driven to murder or had unexplained deaths? I'm sure we'll never know, but the thought chills me to the bone.
  10. Psherryred1

    Ghost Hunters

    Boy, I watched the new episode last night and fell asleep during it. Things have CERTAINLY reached a new low!
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    Ghost Hunters

  12. Psherryred1

    The Dead Files

    Well said!
  13. Psherryred1

    The Dead Files

    Good Lord, last night was a real "winner." These people are in agony, esp. the wife who appears very close to a nervous breakdown, and they REFUSE to leave. I would have left even without Steve and Amy's advice! Are they masochists? I would live in a sh-t hole without trouble, then in a palace in a nightmare!! Ay-ya-ya and oy vay!!
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    The Dead Files

    I thought the living situation strange, as well. It was just too many people. No wonder the wife was responsible for the pk.
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