Thursday, April 28, 2011

Are You Ready To Download The "Ghost Radar" App!

I downloaded this little app a couple of months ago. And I'm not ready to give a "thumbs up" on this just yet. The app still doesn't make sense when using it? The words that come bursting out are just all over the place. It reminds me of going to a very bad palm reader. Just random words come flying out, and you have to make a story out of them. It's good to have a little fun with a couple of friends. What I was thinking, wouldn't it be cool is for everyone to have it turned on a the same time. Just to see what happens! I'm just waiting to go to a very haunted location (which in Philly is easy to go to). And see what I get. Then get rid of it.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Tomorrow Is "Ghost Lounge" Second Anniversary!

It's amazing for me to see that this blog is still alive and kicking! So much have changed since it's onset two years ago.
Mainly in the field of paranormal investigation shows: There seems to be a bit of a slow down (which is not a bad thing). The shows were trying to keep up with "something" that is quite unpredictable. Meaning, ghosts/spirits don't always come out when you demand them to. I have lived in haunted locations all my life. And believe me "they" only come out when they want to. Which could be once or twice at most, or residual. When a location is very haunted usually that would be a demonic haunting. During many of the shows you see the investigators are always stating they "see" or "hear" something. Now we all realized it can be just "house sounds".  Or even the weather, rodents, or a floor board is loose. Ghost Adventures seem to keep our interest because they understand it's a TV show. So they understand they have to entertain us which they most certainly do.
The second "change" I have notice is that some people understand better the field of the paranormal/supernatural. It's not a field for everyone. Gee, that's like if I got involved in the WWE. I might understand it. But is it my bag to get involved in? No it isn't. I'm glad that's been cleared up.  I stated awhile ago in my blog that I was brought up in the field. My grandmother was a medium (many, many years ago). So I no stranger to this.As for "investigations" end of it - that's something new to me.
The last  part I would like to share is a funny one. Last year a hotel in NM a bar opened up. Using my blog's name (not that they realized I existed). Just to clear up something up. I'm not affiliated with them at all. I wish them well. But remember my site is used for "discussions" of the paranormal. No clubbing (but wouldn't that be fun). Just joking! So thanks again for those who stuck be me. Hopefully, one day, I can expand this to bigger and better heights!

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

"Destination Truth" On The Syfy Channel. How Did They Pay For This Trip?

I don't know about you guys. But don't you ever wonder how these great trips are paid for?  It's just that this Antarctica Expedition-"Ghost of Antarctica" must of been a whopper of a bill. Huge, and Mind blowing! I love DT! But personally that trip wasn't worth to put my life on the limb for (if it were me). Gee! This should have been shown on NG. Not on Syfy.
I mean, they really looked like they had a great time (I don't know how with all the cold)! But the paranormal evidence was just not worth that undertaking. And as a side note: Where was Jason and Grant of GH to back up DT's evidence? Curious isn't it? Just throwing it out there.
But all in all. I really enjoyed the show!

Video of Show:

Friday, April 15, 2011

Paranormal State Returns! And Some Thoughts On Some Other Paranormal Shows.

Happy to see them back again on Monday, April 18th! The only problems is, why so long in between? I wish they can fix that up. Love their show.
Ghost Hunters season finale is coming Wednesday. And the show is a big disappointment (Love dogs. But it doesn't help the show). Also, doesn't it seem to be getting shorter and shorter the in between the season's themselves. Or is it my imagination?
As for Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files. They do great investigations. But the only problem I have is: Whenever they find themselves stumped to find an answer.  Do they have to say, Gee, it might be real or It could be really paranormal? They should just say, Hey we couldn't find anything! Maybe even ask us, the fans, what do we think it can be? Would make the show more interesting. I feel like were left hanging.
On a side note: Oddities has all new shows coming back on Discovery and the Science Channel (Sat. at 10 PM). I really, really love this show. Wonder if they have any ghosties hanging around their shop?

Monday, April 4, 2011

GL TV Review: Fact or Faked Paranormal Files "Thermal Theatre"

So here we go, back to the thermal imager. Is that really a "spirit" or were "people" (other crew members) sitting on any of those seats (the ones that showed a "heat signature") prior to filming? I guess we'll never know. But it does make for great TV.
Thermals in any of the paranormal shows either the spirits are shown hot or cold. Which is it? Or, they look like a real person or a spot. Such as how it was shown on this particular show.  The only confusion I have is that when they went close to the heat spot, it disappeared. Which is odd? But, also we have realized there was editing done before airing. I'm very much on the fence with this.
As a "funny" side note: Did anyone else notice that they were all huddled together towards the ending of the segment. Were the "really" scared! Would love to know.