- 2 Post By nocturn
- 2 Post By KFIT
August 16th, 2013, 01:37 PM #1
All things: TV Ghost Documentary/**drama.
** for the non believers.
Anyway, I decided to placate our Pine Barren Devil brethren with the thread title. much love bro.
So who's stoked for a fresh round of Big Stepp'n Aaron, Nick and some egotistical douche named Zak?
Tonight! 9pm est!
Hope its good, its been a looooong ****ing time since new new ****.
August 16th, 2013, 07:50 PM #2
If you haven't checked out "My Amityville Horror" yet, I highly recommend it. It's a new documentary that has Danny Lutz, the oldest of the Lutz's two sons, telling his own story about the Amityville experience for the first time on record (or at least, on this grand a scale). I am personally a majority believer/minority skeptic, and so I found the documentary a fascinating reveal into the once young boys' fragile psyche, and how he's battled demons all his life (literally and metaphorically). Even for those who are ardent skeptics, it's a very stark and revealing look at the confessions of a flawed man, ruined as much - if not moreso - by the sideshow media circus that enveloped their flawed family once the story became a national phenomena.
I read "The Amityville Horror" by Jay Anson at a VERY young age after my mom finished reading it (I was probably 9-10 yrs of age - I think my mom was concerned at first, of me reading something of that content at that age, but just as much excited I was actually READING something!) and it was always a lifelong fascination for me. It was my gateway into a legitimate interest in the paranormal, including reading both expositional documentation, as well as skeptical analysis as well.
I remain firmly in opinion that there is another plane of existence our sense have no means of comprehending - save for the rarest of occasions when these to worlds collide. Sadly, if I had to hazard a guess, I'd say less than 1% of all documented "evidence" is truly irrefutable, undisputable "evidence" of the existence of the paranormal. And while SOME television programs in recent years do SOME good in focusing as much as they can on trying to document legitimate evidence, they ALL have to pander to the lowest common denominator sometimes.
September 3rd, 2013, 11:42 AM #3
Anyone catch last fridays Ghost Adventures at Tuolumne General Hospital? Holy S**T it was a good one! Best one since Goldfield Hotel: Redemption
They have got to keep using that Kinect cam. Its awesome.