Also I started feeling funny when that choking started. The staircase to nowhere was like Winchester Mystery House. I loved him so much I didn't think I could live without him. You could say the fan or Zak choking himself was fake but there seemed to be definite activity going on around there. How could I still communicate with him? They continue and they last and linger and they lead to heartache, anger, and more especially death in some circumstances.
Im also on the fence about it too but until we see 100% proof that there was some sort of string being pulled and not just speculation of what some believe is happening, then this incident cant be proven fake or true. I'm kind of concerned, because there's a haunted attraction going on there right now. From the articles and trailers, you knew his episode was going to be unlike any you've seen. Take a haunted ghost tour with me to Goatman's Bridge! Adding more fuel to the fire. Seen in Jay's reaction and how he physically exhibited his anger. All contents are provided by non-affiliated third parties.
He's just a decent dude with bad taste but knows his market. Which we haven't see him do. During the investigation, the crew finds potential evidence of undiscovered victims, and Zak is crippled by an unseen force. It was 110 degrees during 3 days of filming!!! And no comments please about what I look like in the video. As for this episode, it was awesome! Be sure to join me for one of the tours.
He's a likable dude that gears his show toward younger emo folks. Then the gunshot that goes off later which he hears on the river and was heard nearer to Ashley. Monofilament fishing line would have been first choice for even an amateur illusionist. The reactions in the basement and Zak standing on the exact spot of the pentagram for the rituals without even knowing it. Once I learned that they don't fake evidence. There was no need to imagine as you could feel every moment of anxiety, unpleasantness and torture for yourself and if you really felt nothing then you must have been devoid of all humanity and human emotion. Including those who partake in such rituals for the fun of it.
Remember the early season reenactments? First, they investigate the Concordia Cemetery and the De Soto Hotel in El Paso, both renown for satanic worship on the properties. I even got in a car accident directly after leaving the bridge. The Reverend even said not to stir anything up in the basement. I think these guys are real, one of the reasons is the spirit box, they've captured weird voices and I can identify with that because I've captured some strange things on the spirit box myself. I've never had any experiences myself but heard some interesting stories. Yet it's not really the 'unknown' is it.
I went through that basement back when they still did tours. You will find ghost stories,unexplained pics, inexpensive ways to investigate a haunting, ghost hunting tools and equipment for your everyday Ghost Hunter. After all who in their right mind would even contemplate doing such a dark and macabre thing. There's no fun in evil and certainly nothing comes close to fun with demonic possessions, oppression and depression when conjuring up the unknown. The bridge was crazy and those glowing eyes and Aaron getting thrown was pretty effed up too, and Zak choking himself seemed scary too.
In which case it was pertinent to what happened to Zak. This more than anything screams fake to me. That what they all do in their investigations has led them to something affecting them negatively and dangerously. Which makes it worse, what fun exactly are you getting out of it, when you know it will torment. Showing you how far they have come in their investigations in pursuit of finding answers and the truth.
This season in particular is most definitely about demons and demonic rituals. Did anyone else notice this??? My purpose of this blog is not to make people believe in ghosts but maybe to open their minds just a little bit. You can clearly see to the right of the remote, under the monitor, the cable is moving away from Jay at the same speed as the remote. Edit: what I mean to say is in my head I imagine the spirit walking into the basement all pissed off and knocking down the ceiling fan. Which won't be forgotten by many of us for the foreseeable future, if at all. Then there was the ritual that Jay felt was necessary, despite objections, but still trying to work out why Aaron told him to stop it.