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Need we say any more on this programme after these recent stories?
To be honest it's pretty funny.
Reminds me of that South Park episode in which Cartman believes to have psychic powers and gets entagled in a "psychic battle" with other persons claiming to have the same "gift". Hilarious.
"Louhi spoke in riddled tones of three things to achieve: find and catch the Devil's Moose and bring it here to me. Seize the Stallion born of Fire, harness the Golden Horse. He captured and bound the Moose, he tamed the Golden Horse. Still there remained one final task: hunt for the Bird from the Stream of Death"
-Kalevala, Rune XIII-
Nothing shocks me about this show now I am afraid.
I think technically certain kinds of fake psychics etc can be done under the Fraudulent Mediums Act. it doesn't happen often of course, [e.g. when did you last see the gypsy fortune teller at your local fair getting hauled in!?] Technically possible though.
Recently the Advertising Standards Agency did take action to prevent a Medium from advertising, see this thread.
It was such a laugh when this so called team travelled to Transalvania to investigate Dracula's Castle. Having tried to conact the dead in that part of the world, I don't think that having had no response the team realized that in all probability that no one spoke English in that part of the world in the 15th/16th Century. What a hoot!!
Oh and another thing,having been interested in the subject for as long as I can remember and in vain having not had the experiance, how come there was always a result on each episode ? Strange!!
Hi All, It was such a laugh when this so called team travelled to Transalvania to investigate Dracula's Castle. Having tried to conact the dead in that part of the world, I don't think that having had no response the team realized that in all probability that no one spoke English in that part of the world in the 15th/16th Century.
It is amazing how language is a problem for mediums sometime, when at others the dead conveniently understand everything.
What a hoot!! Oh and another thing,having been interested in the subject for as long as I can remember and in vain having not had the experiance, how come there was always a result on each episode ? Strange!!
I must agree, After many of years of investigating I must say that investigations are never that productive and in reality we must just sit back and accept it is just entertainment, not a serious investigation of the paranormal. They do make me laugh out loud though :)
Two years ago on a visit to the gardens at Aberglasney, Carmarthenshire I was told by the management that it was an episode/moment they would rather forget.
However having been brought up in the area I remember Aberglasney as a ruin and also the story about the girls dying in one of the rooms having been overcome by paint fumes. A sad tale, they are buried and I have seen their graves at nearby Llangathen, Churchyard a beautiful area of the Twyi Valley.
I certainly agree re: the language barriar. Does any body have an explanation for why the "entities" would speak English. I'm not even sure they would have spoken the same language at the time of the deaths, they speak there today.
You have got to admit they went from a good idea to totally destroying it in 8 series. It all started with Derek Acora having the odd possession to it been every episode, then the odd stone been thrown to the team been showered by them week in, week out. They then tried the odd member of the team feeling unwell, to them all been ill and fainting, an now the most recent is "copy my whistle", table tipping and the good old Ouija board. I have now stopped watching the series, as it is now too far fetched and should be moved to the Comedy Channel.
Hi JBACA and mmurphy51. welcome to the website. I agree as soon as Derek starting getting possessed it lost my interest. But would a genuine programme based on actual investigations be as popular?
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