Ghosts of Door County
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Join a team of five highly-trained paranormal investigators from the Southern Wisconsin Paranormal Research Group as they travel to Wisconsin’s picturesque Door County peninsula to dig deep into the area’s haunted past.
Ghost stories abound in this historic area, yet ten locations stand above the rest as the most notorious supernatural hot-spots. Armed with an assortment of high-tech devices and years of experience, the team sets out to determine if these locations are truly haunted or merely the birthplace of ghostly legends.
In the end, what they find will challenge everything you’ve come to believe about the nature of these unearthly phenomena. Remember, legends have to come from someplace ...
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Why is it boring?
1. The team's investigative techniques - why doesn't everyone try for EVP everywhere? Why is there one specific location within the investigation and then only one person does it? And what's with all the EMF stuff? And the arbitrary way you decide if a place is haunted or not.
2. If you're not from there, you get no perspective about where anything is. How about a map of the county and then showing the various locations on it?
3. Boring people. Not a personality in the bunch.
4. Maybe two EVP? Out of all the investigations? And no other real evidence?
I could go on, but I don't want to bore everyone.
If you're from there or live there, this might be fun. But I can't recommend it for anyone else.
As far as a ghost hunting video goes, it does not uncover much of anything. Pretty much nil. It offers a little more interest just in viewing familiar locations, and hearing about the histories and stories associated with these places.
But, I was not enthralled with their investigations. I am happy, however, to have supported a local group.