Ghost Hunters: Season 8: Part 2
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THEY’RE BAAACCK! Jason Hawes and the TAPS team are back on the paranormal hunt with 14 all-new episodes from their hit eighth season. Featured investigations include an eerie library with some tragic deaths in its history, a South Carolina jail considered one of the most haunted locations in the country and where America’s first female serial killer was executed (reportedly wearing her wedding dress), the spookiest castle ever, and one of the Ghost Hunters’ favorite haunts: The Mark Twain House, where ghostly activity has increased since their last visit. Get ready for some bone-chilling thrills and shocking surprises! Featured investigations include: A Serial Killer's Revenge, Camp Fear, French Quarter Massacre, Don't Feed the Apparition, Ghostly Refuge, Paranormal Politics, Curtain Call, Fear Factory, Tunnels of Terror, Heir Apparition, Paranormal Pioneers, Higher Dead-ucation, Due Date with Death, Haunted Home for the Holidays INCLUDES NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN BONUS FOOTAGE!
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Update 3 months later: Okay, this show has a shocking lack of concern for quality which has run through multiple seasons, but I am trying not to become bitter.
I will tell you that my chief complaint about this show is the annoying music. This is a show you want to watch late when others may be asleep. The tribal like drumming and loud crescendos at seemingly inappropriate points during the show are just annoying. I think some music would be necessary but I hate the fact that the music competes with the dialogue forcing you to either turn it up loud or strain to hear the actual show.
That being said I would rather go along trying to hear the ghosts as the investigation ensues. They make it seem like a treat when they pause the music long enough for me to hear. In some cases the music roars as the investigator proclaims "what the f was that" while I sit there feeling left out. So even though I cannot imagine a show with no music in the case of Ghost Hunters it is a slippery slope. I think a much lower volume less intense sound track that does not interfere with the enjoyment of the show would be much better. On the up side I do see improvement in other aspects of the program when compared to early seasons. The audio is much better overall and the technology has improved.