Wednesday, October 7, 2009

New Show: Discovery Channel's "Ghost Lab"

I saw the show yesterday. Wasn't that bad. The Klinge Brothers from Texas and in 2007 founded Everyday Paranormal. This is a 13 part series. They go around in a 24 foot car hauler. You know, the one's from Nascar. It holes about 200,000 watts of electricity. They have tons of equipment. One of them is called dew point data loggers. This is an on-site high tech lab so they can analyze in real time. They consult with the world's foremost specialists in science measurements. This week they asked one about if there is a parallel universe? Before they start an investigation they say that they have to put an "invisible net" over the entire place before they investigate. This week they were at Shreveport Municipal Auditorium, where it's said Elvis got his start. They also talked about "Era Cues". Meaning, as an investigator you do something like music, talking, or clothes from the time which the spirits had lived. So, of course they had a band playing music from the '50s. In which one of the brothers was the singer.
They'll be going next to Tomestone. Ghost Lab is produced by GoGo Lucky Entertainment. And, Mike Rowe narrates throughout the whole show. For me, it's a mix of GH, MH and a little bit of GA. But, one thing for sure a lot of money went into making this show.

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