Posted 18 September 2003 - 07:14 PM
The thing I found strange about this show was the first location was a residence of a couple and their newborn daughter. Supposedly it started when the man felt a "sting" on his back and when his wife looked, he had 3 scratches like someone had run their fingernails along him. They continued along telling about the little girl that he saw in the kitchen and they then called in a "professional" (i dont recall what she claimed to be) This "professional" said that there was the spirit of a little girl in the house and that she was harmless but protective of the newborn baby.
At this point, I had to leave for school, but it seems odd to me that they are claiming this girl is harmless but at the same time reporting that there are mysterious "scratches" on the man. Did anyone else see this show and if so, what is your take on it? The whole thing seemed kinda hokey to me lol
Posted 18 September 2003 - 07:20 PM
Posted 19 September 2003 - 06:10 AM
Posted 19 September 2003 - 07:41 AM
I have the same problem with it as Stella though, he says 'Sallie' was harmless, but along with the scratches Peter also says in the link she burnt his face (but afterwards gave him a hug) I understand she probably dislikes males and is protecting the other kids in the house but with a show like sightings, it is hard to determine the actual investigation,atleast for me because like KRC stated, special effects and editing, i'm sure theres alot of things we didn't see
Posted 20 September 2003 - 06:50 AM
Now, I am not intentionally out to offend anyone and this is MERELY my opinion. But my opinion of the ghost hunting couple from Kansas City (Sueanne is the pyshic's name? Wears a black dress and a little black hat with a veil :) is not very high. I was embarassed for them. And I think they are as fake as they come. I've seen them on another show and it was pretty funny. They're in this old house and he has his "magnometer" and he goes near this chair, she's standing right NEXT to the VERY chair looking around the room. He walks over to the chair and waves the magnometer over the chair and announces, "Right here is a lot of energy." She looks and him and,as if on cue, she says, "Well, there is someone sitting there." : That's when I about threw something at the t.v.! I know, you had to be there to see it to know what I'm trying to impart. I logged on to their website and this is defintely what they do for a living. I haven't investigated the answer but I wonder if they've ever been called out to a location and said, "Nope. Ain't nothin' here!" I noticed that they do have a fee they charge just to visit a property in question.
I dunno, maybe it's just me. If they are members of this site, I apologize in advance but I'm a believer and they almost made me a skeptic!
Posted 20 September 2003 - 08:16 AM
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Posted 21 September 2003 - 05:54 AM
In the fashion sense, I think from now on, if I'm out and about, I'm gonna wear one of those silly little veiled black hats! ;D ;D (Utterly ridiculous!)
This time of year TDC, TLC, SciFi, THC, and the Travel Channel all put on their ghost segments. And I nary miss a one!!!!
Blondie- glad I wasn't the only one who witnessed the fruitcakes! ;D
Posted 22 September 2003 - 02:25 PM
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