Ghost Hunters Halloween Live

November 1, 2011 by staff 

Ghost Hunters Halloween Live, As circulating at this time of year, does not take long to realize that Halloween is soon to be Christmas day as the party that people decorate more.

What about ghosts, goblins, witches and demons that spark the imagination?

Recently there has been a flurry of “paranormal” movies, rides, shows and the reality that everyone seems to sensationalize what is happening to someone experiencing the explanation.

“Terror Behind the Walls”, which becomes a truly frightening in its own right – Eastern State Penitentiary – in little more than an amusement park, has actors portraying guards and things that stir fear in the night.

Noting that there is a real need for help for people who are concerned about unexplained occurrences and have had their lives touched by something not of this world.

In 2004, the network launched SyFy “Ghost Hunters”, a show about two guys who are plumbers, but when the lights went out, set out to debunk or confirm any activity without explanation.

This Halloween, “Ghost Hunters”, broadcast live from our area of ??Pennhurst Asylum. With researchers and co-founders Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson in the lead, along with Steve Gonsalves, and Jay’s daughter, Haily, established to carry out an investigation in one night of the “most haunted” U.S. locations.

The team arrived on Thursday, has spent three days preparing for the world broadcast live with streaming video from Pennhurst, a difficult task considering that there is no power within the property.

On Monday afternoon the fans and paranormal enthusiasts Chester, Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware and Berks counties flocked to the outer limits of the Pennhurst property, which was secured by EPS Services, just to see the “Ghost Hunters “and his army of technology in action.

“We’ve been big fans of the series since it came,” said Linda Widmer, who traveled from South Coatesville to get a glimpse of the “Ghost Hunters”.
“Being here and seeing that being prepared is large, a lot of work put into it. Because I have enjoyed his first impulse is to discredit or find a logical explanation. I never expected to reach today about what is just amazing. I know people who have experienced, and it’s great trying to help. ”

In today’s world of sensational programs and marketing, GH has always remained steadfast in its original warning, which was to help people first and try to lead an explanation or theory to any claim of “Paranormal Activity”, taking into considering its impact on those affected, with no increase in blatant self-promotion and monetary policy, as they provide their services free of charge to any customer contacts.

“This is great to see here in our area,” said the native of Pottstown Dyszel Gabrielle. “How to expose some things and can not explain some other things that really helped me realize that there are more things that people can see with their eyes and hear with their ears. I opened my mind to accept that some things I’ve heard are real. ”

Even the security personnel at the scene were sharing their own experiences with the viewers and fans as the evening progressed ready for the big night.

“I’ve been here a lot and saw some really weird things,” agent Brian EPS cheerfully says that some of the people who had made the trip to Pennhurst. “We have had many reposts of some of our people on some really weird things. The people of the ‘Ghost Hunters’ and his staff have been very pleasant, while they have been here and I can not wait to see what they find, once the cameras start rolling. ”

To view the live broadcast will SyFy in your cable or satellite provider to see the live broadcast directly from the Asylum Pennhurst in Spring City from 7 pm until 1 am

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