Ghost Adventures: Season 1
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Paranormal investigator Zak Bagans and his crew, Nick Groff and Aaron Goodwin, travel from Idaho to Scotland and anywhere in between, to scare up the most unearthly mysteries and ghost sightings imaginable. Throughout the season they are seen locked in the abandoned prison of West Virginia Moundsville State Penitentiary, where they learn through the eyes of a former prisoner what the terrifying life was like inside the walls. But this is only the beginning, as they visit abandoned psychiatric hospitals, Edinburgh's famous South Bridge and the place of demonic possessions and attacks, Hell's Gate.
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slowly start building up my collection one step at a time...Ended up ordering on Wednesday morning & it arrived in such a short
period of time, just 2 days later then the original date which would've been Monday & much quicker than anticipated,
which is great in my book.
With that said, it's an awesome 2 disc DVD set, & something that I can enjoy from time to time, without having to DVR.
Zak Bagans has definitely found his calling by doing what he does. This field has needed a NO BS, NO NONSENSE, tough, in-your-face type of investigator for a long, LONG time... so Zak's been a long time coming!! He's so funny to watch, because you can just tell he's like a little kid in a candy shop practically drooling when the owner or keeper gives him the tour and the run-down on the site, paranormal activity, experiences, stories, and the history behind each location, etc, etc;--which is just as fascinating in itself. He completely cracks me up because he ALWAYS tackles and taunts the 'evil' and most aggressive entities at the site, and basically tells them who's boss. He asks and demands that they try to pull the same stuff that they have pulled on other people. He's persistent, and extremely passionate about this, and it makes you wanna' back him up 100 percent! But the laughs will still be there, of course, LOL!
Nick, the second investigator is the more 'smooth and suave' type... but he relentlessly follows Zak's orders and pretty much always gets the job done, which is what these guys are just trying to do. Get in, get the evidence they need, and get the H*LL outta' there--ALIVE!! Nick gets just as frightened and scared as the other two, though, no matter how hard he tries to hide it.
Aaron, the camera-man is a total TRIP to watch beause he is definitely the most vulnerable and frightened of the group. The entities feed off of people's fear, and they loooove to mess with Aaron, hehehe. Zak and Nick undoubtedly know this because they usually use Aaron as "the bait"... making him do some of the scariest and craziest experiments during the lockdown. But Hey. Somebody's gotta' do the dirty work, right??? LOL!
All in all this has got to be the best paranormal research show out there today, and I really hope these guys continue to do what they're doing for a very long, long time. And they are ARE professional in what they do. They're real people just like the rest of us, yanno. They become terrified, run for their lives, scream and yell, and they are not afraid to show it. I see nothing wrong with paranormal investigators having a little bit of personality... and these guys have a PLENTY of it, lol, which is quite refreshing. They're like 3 little kids going through a Haunted House on Halloween night, LULZ. Their reactions are genuine and yes, HI-larious at the same time. You can bet that if I was doing this stuff in front of millions of viewers on TV, I would give them a run for their money, too! The only one who really overreacts is Aaron--no surprise. Still--it's genuine overreactions. They show us just how REAL this field is... and their techniques work, because they get lots of activity and evidence recorded. I don't think I've ever seen a show where they haven't collected or experienced any activity. So whatever they're doing--it's working! Bottom line: They get the job done, and they've shined a whole new light on paranormal studies. They are cleary passionate in what they do, and it shows. You get caught up in the adventure right along with them!
I call these guys "The Real-Life Ghostbusters" because once again, they really mean business, and let the entities know it, too (which of course, the entities do not like). They are a no BS, no nonsense group of investigators who get the job done and get it done right, IMO. It's also so funny to watch them get on eachother's nerves, too... yelling at eachother, telling eachother to shut-up, calm down, telling the other one to go do something because "they ain't doing it", etc, etc, etc. LMAO--these guys are totally like The 3 Stooges of this field. Completely genuine and completely entertaining together.
Anyways. What else can I say besides--MOVE OVER "Ghost Hunters" (pppppffffffffffff)--there's a new sheriff in town! Zak and his crew!! They are here to kick GHOST-BUTT!!! And these bros "ain't scared of no ghost!" Well... like most of the time, dude, LMAO!!!
Besides all of that, it was a great purchase. Buying this && the other Ghost Adventures DVD's opened up so much room on my mothers DVR (she saved every single GA episode), && it made her smile on Christmas morning. So, if u can overlook paying money for a show u can watch for free on ur cable channel, then go for it. Otherwise, just stick to GA: The Beginning...it's truly UR && worth every penny u spend to see Zach run, screaming into the darkness.