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The two hardest working paranormal investigators on television have a new show: Ghost Hunters Academy. The first episode airs on November 11th on SyFy. :)

http://www.syfy.com/gha/
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New it was coming just didn't know when.  Should be pretty good...hopefully.

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So far the previews look good. Good to see Steve and Tango take the lead on some investigations, because they do all of the evidence analysis for TAPS.
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So far the previews look good. Good to see Steve and Tango take the lead on some investigations, because they do all of the evidence analysis for TAPS.

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Im really looking forward to this. They're my favorite duo on GH . I enjoy the way they interact with each other on the show as investigators. Its going to be cool to see how they do as leads and how they go about training these people. :)

Just sharing the commercial I found for it. :)
« Last Edit: October 17, 2009, 12:35:52 PM by Shellshock »
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Greetings from Colorado...

I hope this turns out to be a good show.  Steve and Tango do most of the work anyway with TAPS.  Good to see that they are getting credit where credit is due. (if that makes sense).  I am in Manitou Springs right now (where I am staying) and there is a manor/mansion down the street. It is called Briarhurst Manor.  I went in just to look at it and apparently the TAPS team was there back in late July and did an investigation.  It will be televised on October 28th.  I took a ton of photos while I was there.  I'm interested to download them and see what I can find. 

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Awesome Tracy, let us know if you find anything spoooky!   {8I
Gary \m/
An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself!

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Going through my photos.  I'll let ya know.

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The first episode of Ghost Hunters Academy aired last night on SyFy. Did anybody catch it?
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The first episode of Ghost Hunters Academy aired last night on SyFy. Did anybody catch it?

I dvr'd it.  I heard that Steve totally was messing with this one person. 

****SPOILER ALERT*****

I guess Steve was investigating with this one guy and started to tell him that he was smelling cigarettes.  Steve said "yeah, I smell cigarette smell but OLD cigarettes".  He kept going on and on about the smell. The other guy chimed in and agreed and said, "yeah, I smell it too".  Then Steve goes, "I just made that up". Then went on to say something about "the power of suggestion".  (does no one learn from Tango's mistakes?)   ::|
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  I also DVR'd it.


***another spoiler alert***

I was surprised that the students were caught lying, more than once. Who did they think they were training with? How could they watch the show and not know that these dudes know how to detect bulls@#t? Especially Steve. :o
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Been watching the show and caught up on all the epi's.
I think the guys are doing an amazing job with the students.
My personal favorite from the start has been Susan , she rocks.
Least fave is Jane. Her confrontational crap and then cry-baby act is so bogus - ugh.
New guy Chris Smith adjusted so well and fast !

Who do you think is going to make it  ?
Im rootin for Susan all the way !^_^


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It's  fine to watch while your hanging out with your friends and talking.  It is basically a filler show on my tivo.

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I chucked my T.V. =)  I watch these shows online while working on my projects.
Havent been watching much of anything lately though. :/
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I chucked my T.V. =)  I watch these shows online while working on my projects.
Havent been watching much of anything lately though. :/

Shelly girl...you DID?  You didn't tell me that.  When?

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Way back ! ;) Actually I Gave it away. 
 It was just collecting dust, taking up space. Kinda sad just having it sit there.
 Any epi's I want to catch up on I just watch online. =)  But ive been
too tired and caught up in other things, ive been falling behind ! :/
Booo-hoo! lol
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Way back ! ;) Actually I Gave it away. 
 It was just collecting dust, taking up space. Kinda sad just having it sit there.
 Any epi's I want to catch up on I just watch online. =)  But ive been
too tired and caught up in other things, ive been falling behind ! :/
Booo-hoo! lol
I do hope you are able to immerse yourself in some good old creativity.  I meant what I said, when you are up to it and feel you have enough pieces, we need to have an art show together. Your stuff is amazing, Shell!  I'm thinking my next one will probably be in April.  You should come down to my art studio and we can just play in paint. 

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Way back ! ;) Actually I Gave it away. 
 It was just collecting dust, taking up space. Kinda sad just having it sit there.
 Any epi's I want to catch up on I just watch online. =)  But ive been
too tired and caught up in other things, ive been falling behind ! :/
Booo-hoo! lol

Are you saying you are falling behind in watching television? That, in my opinion, is a good thing. I've cut WAY back on watching television as well. It's given me all kinds of time. I think I'm a better case manager for it, I have way more time to practice my music, and my kids are starting to remember my name. But I can also relate to "getting caught up in other things." It also has something to do with the fact that I've also had to work more (yuck). Anyway, I think the art show would be way cool if you and Tracy get the time. Just my opinion, but art is way better than tv  :)
Probably the earliest flyswatters were nothing more than some sort of striking surface attached to the end of a long stick.
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yeah - in the few shows i do watch I have fallen behind. I try to keep up with the para shows since they come up in the forums a lot. :)
Im also a fan of House. I have to agree its been good thing for sure. <  cutting back on t.v that is.

Thanks Tracy, I've definitely been playing in the paints, reading and such in my free time. I'd love to have a painting play date soon with you!!!
You're WAY too kind with your praise by the way. :) But thank you for your compliment.*blushing*
Maybe when i get over my fear of people critiquing my "stuff" Id pop up a few in a little corner of an art show with you. Nice Far Away Little corner.
We can have Jason set up for musical entertainment as well!  =)~

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Shell, honestly, the scariest thing I have ever done was to take 50 of my paintings, rent a hotel ballroom and invite 100 people.  THAT is scary.  But, you know what?  The reception I got when I started sharing my art was nothing short of astounding.  It doesn't float everyone's boat and that is okay.  But there are those people that it WILL touch and WILL speak to.  It will make some people happy and if it makes someone smile or feel a sense of peace or joy, then it is all worth it.  If that is what fuels you to be an artist, then you are bound to succeed. 

Truthfully, all art is, is life taking shape.  My favorite poet, Rainer Maria Rilke once said, "Art is good if it has sprung from necessity".  I have to agree.   :)

You are very talented.  Don't ever sell yourself short.

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Awwwe, Tracy ,  You da bestest ! <3 You ALwaYs know the right thing to say. :D
And just so you know, your Art totally floats my boat. ;)
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