If you’re all adults or if you want to open up a conversation with your teen about the dangers of ‘cutting’ then by all means go ahead and watch it.
The location is stellar and if you can take all this stupid drama and turn it into a life-lesson for an at-risk kid then you are certainly way ahead of everyone else affiliated with this extremely unfortunate episode.
noted that during the premiere episode, titled “All Aboard the Ghost Train,” that the team will be investigating Cleveland Ohio’s Midwest Railway Preservation Society, which is believed to have ties to the unsolved Cleveland Torso Murderer serial case.
Overall, the TAPS team will investigate rail yards, jails, museums, mansions, and much more.
’ Paul Bradford did a quick jump-out-of-his-skin about needles shimmy and quickly gathered up some equipment and wandered off to see what other non-crazy stuff was going on in the rest of the temple complex. Barry Fitz Gerald did a double-check with ‘Suzie’ to be sure she wanted to do this and then stayed nearby to watch the ritual. Kris Williams, to her credit, refused to participate in the ritual and went outside with Joe Chin to pace around and mutter her misgivings about the whole thing.
As odd as that was, her behavior during the show last night on Twitter was even more disturbing. When the scene was being played her reaction was ‘Expletive deleted stupid.’ And perhaps more disturbing is when another twitter user posted: Kris retweeted it to her followers.
Through the use of thorough investigation techniques and the latest, cutting-edge developments in technology, they wrote the book on how investigations should be conducted by paranormal researchers around the world.
There were a couple of instances of creepy stuff happening but the final evidence review yielded really just one quite good EVP.was one of the first shows to take a serious look at the paranormal.Through the years, the TAPS (The Atlantic Paranormal Society) team introduced viewers to their unique approach to ghost hunting.Yes, it was one of the things that got the chuckle-heads kicked off the air. I’d tell you the name of the show, but honestly it escapes me, if I can wrangle it up I’ll come back and post it.Honestly, are television executives that woefully ignorant of the increase in teenagers engaging in ‘cutting? I have no idea, but it just doesn’t seem like a great idea having a cutting/bloodletting session included in our ‘entertainment.’ You know -- just in case.I really try to keep an open mind about things and sometimes stuff like this makes it really, really difficult to do so.