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Has anyone seen this show?! HOLY COW IT'S SCARY!!!!! My aunt told me to watch it and I have to watch it during broad day light (thanks goodness for tivo!) it freaks me out so bad but I'm ADDICTED!!!

Just wondering your thoughts on it.

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I like it for the most part. I think Ryan (isn't that his name?) can be a little over dramatic at times though. I bet that the production company has them play up a lot of that stuff for TV though. I actually run my own paranormal group and I know a lot of groups don't like the show, but I find it entertaining.

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oh my goodness! I'm a psychic for a living! What do you do with your paranormal group?

Yes, I think Ryan is a 2 act play sometimes and they play up stuff.

Why are other groups not liking the show? I think we all can take something from it, weather you are a believe or not.

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My group is the Northern Utah Paranormal Society, we do investigations and research in and around Northern Utah. We have an investigation scheduled for this Saturday. It's such a blast! From things I've read on various paranormal message boards is they don't think that they do very scientific investigations, and that everything they do seems to be demon related. I don't know, I like the show. It's not as good as Ghost Hunters, but it's good in its own way. But I like everything paranormal, lol.

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Have yall ever watched American Haunting?? That is a great show if you want to get freaked out! It is on Discovery or Discovery Health. I love it!

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I have seen both those shows! Have yall seen A Haunting? I think it's A&E as well....SCARY!!!

Yes, I do find it odd that all of them are demonds but I love that they show how easy it is to get ride of them and ESPECIALLY how addictive EVP is. I do think all of these shows are great learning tools to some extent.

I also love watching Psychic Investigation. I really want to get into more crime work but it's not easy in NYC to get into it. Morrisun, do you guys have a web site? What's the most exciting thing you have found?

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Morrisun, do you guys have a web site? What's the most exciting thing you have found?

Yeah we do it's www.northernutahparanormal.com We don't have much of our evidence up right now. We had some member issues and decided to make a fresh start in 2008. The most interesting thing we have found so far was probably at Fort Bridger, WY. We didn't catch it on video though. We were in the officers quarters and we all heard footsteps upstairs, however there was no one up there.

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Yeah we do it's www.northernutahparanormal.com We don't have much of our evidence up right now. We had some member issues and decided to make a fresh start in 2008. The most interesting thing we have found so far was probably at Fort Bridger, WY. We didn't catch it on video though. We were in the officers quarters and we all heard footsteps upstairs, however there was no one up there.

You guys have a GREAT website! Let me know if you ever come to the NYC area! :)

I spent a night on the Queen Mary about 9 years ago. I can't TELL YOU how many ghosts we ran into!! I thought "oh there can't be THIS many on here"...WRONG! I found 2 kids, on was turning a door knob and the other was around the pool area. Those were the only ones I could really get a good grip on. I ran into others but was freaked out cause it was night! :lol: I'm still scared of the dark!

There is a ghost in my dance studio and he loves to play with the studio dog in the theatre area of the building.

I have also been to the Whalie (i butchered that spelling) House in San Diego and found a dog there. Also smelt a womans scent and cigars.

I should look to see is there is an NYC group....

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Thanks for the compliment on the site, I try really hard. It's funny 'cause I've been this close to both the Whaley House and the Queen Mary and I've never been inside either!!! LOL

I'd love to make it back to the East coast to investigate. I have family in Maryland and have been to a lot of the haunted locations in the Maryland/Pennsylvania area but I've never investigated. I'm sure New York has a ton of places! I actually know of a guy who was in a group in New York, I'll see if I can find the name for you. I think it is this group.

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Thanks for the compliment on the site, I try really hard. It's funny 'cause I've been this close to both the Whaley House and the Queen Mary and I've never been inside either!!! LOL

I'd love to make it back to the East coast to investigate. I have family in Maryland and have been to a lot of the haunted locations in the Maryland/Pennsylvania area but I've never investigated. I'm sure New York has a ton of places! I actually know of a guy who was in a group in New York, I'll see if I can find the name for you. I think it is this group.

That was a Central NY site, I'm in the city. I would love to know the name of the site if it's not the one you already shared!

The Queen Mary was really cool but I do say stay the night, it's really cool and fun. I worked on cruise ships for 3 years and let me tell you we had a nice cabin on the QM but it was A SHOE BOX compared to my crew cabins on ships! I didn't see anything at night on the QM, during broad daylight I did see things.

There is a TON of stuff to find in MD and PA!!! We drove through Gettisburgh and some other huge civil war town. I didn't like what I felt and I just told my mom, I don't like this, can we leave? We didn't stay long and I was glad. It felt like a ghost town and just "not right" you know?

I did find a paranormal group through meetup.com and I'm going to one of their meeting is mid Feb...I just hope it's not all those wanna be psychic freaks and it's people who are ACTUALLY INTERESTED in FINDING information! You know the type I'm talking about? They are like vampires and they suck the energy out of you cause they are just trying too hard!

There is a small pock hospital on a little island between queens and manhattan called Randals Island. It's closed and gated off but you are able to get through and to it. My friends have been during the day and said it's REALLY cool just to see it. It's mostly ruins now but I am going to make a trip out there once the weather get better...so like...June?! lol

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crap, i forgot.

YOU DESIGNED THAT SITE!?!?!?!?!?!?! WOW!!! It's a really wonderful site and you have a very good talent! CONGRATS and good for you!!! Very user friendly too! :)

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Thanks! I know what you mean about Gettysburg, it just has a totally different feel to it, and I'm so not sensitive at all! I sent an email to the guy and asked him if he knows of any groups in NYC, so I'll let you know. :)

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Thanks! I know what you mean about Gettysburg, it just has a totally different feel to it, and I'm so not sensitive at all! I sent an email to the guy and asked him if he knows of any groups in NYC, so I'll let you know. :)

AH THANK YOU!!!! YOU ROCK DUDE!

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It's nice to see the paranormal come up everywhere.

That is a very nice site Morrisun. Do you have much experience when it comes to photographs (and authentication/explanation of)? Or does one of your colleagues?

Melrobsings ... I think free readings for all your forum friends are in order! ;)

Definitely share similar feelings for Ryan and Paranormal State. I think most of what he says about his experiences are pretty much true, just embellished and exaggerated. I really love the show too though. My two favorites so far involve the young boy who picks out the dead teenager he claims to see from a photograph and the episode about the younger girl who has a female ghost visitor (she saw the bruises on the spirit's neck).

If you guys like to listen to podcasts or shows on your ipod/mp3 player, check out our blog and show at

Mysterious Universe It is professionally produced, so sounds very good. The blog has consistant entries of recent topics and events. It covers all things paranormal! :blink:

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It's nice to see the paranormal come up everywhere.

That is a very nice site Morrisun. Do you have much experience when it comes to photographs (and authentication/explanation of)? Or does one of your colleagues?

Melrobsings ... I think free readings for all your forum friends are in order! ;)

Definitely share similar feelings for Ryan and Paranormal State. I think most of what he says about his experiences are pretty much true, just embellished and exaggerated. I really love the show too though. My two favorites so far involve the young boy who picks out the dead teenager he claims to see from a photograph and the episode about the younger girl who has a female ghost visitor (she saw the bruises on the spirit's neck).

If you guys like to listen to podcasts or shows on your ipod/mp3 player, check out our blog and show at

Mysterious Universe It is professionally produced, so sounds very good. The blog has consistant entries of recent topics and events. It covers all things paranormal! :blink:

Thanks Rocco!

I have a little bit of experience, mostly with EXIF data. A guy in our group is pretty good at it though. He's our major photo debunker/analyzer.

I'll have to go check your site, looks interesting! Let me know if you want to exchange links!

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