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The Woodland Haunting-A True Ghost Story
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(May 19, 2006)
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on August 24, 2006
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I knew this was a "homemade" type of documentary but I never read in the description or reviews just how awful this particular DVD would be. His supposed interviews with a ghost hunter were done on the phone, not in person, with bad sound quality (interviewer is fidgeting with any number of things while the ghost hunter is talking) cheesy slapstick background pictures and noise/music meant to creep the viewer out I suppose but all it did was annoy me as well as made it hard to hear the interview. There is very little 'real' evidence as was stated in the ad and on the sites I went to, obviously paid for by the man who made the DVD. Plus, the 'real' evidence had nothing to do with the woodland haunting, it was all from the minnesota ghost hunters evidence files. He keeps saying throughout this short DVD that everything is real and to be taken seriously, he lived it, but its all done tongue-in-cheek with the poorest child reenactments this side of pee wee's playhouse not to mention the narrator is doing an elvis impersonation throughout the DVD. I cant say enough how awful this DVD really was and how embarrassing for those of us who respect the paranormal sciences and are trying to bring a better name to such, not make people shake their heads and wonder why the heck they bothered. If the person who made it had any interest in getting his story out, he would have taken a more professional approach to telling his story and giving whatever evidence he supposedly had rather than turning it into a 71 minute promotional DVD for the horror that must have been his first DVD on the same subject. Buyers beware, this is NOT a real documentary as it states, its a very long promotional DVD and a very poor comedic attempt, it was painful to watch the entire thing.