7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 9 April 2012
Have just finished watching season 3 of Ghost Adventures and as expected its brilliant. Zak, Nick and Aaron still continue to provide us with a top quality paranormal show packed with chills and thrills. This season they visit another mining town where they deal with ferocious storms. At one point they thought they wouldnt make the lockdown the cops were on their tail, but luckily the weather improved so they could continue. They also visit a Fort where temperatures hit 115F and they were melting away. Various other places include a warship that was used in WW2, prisons and asylums. They also revisit Bobby Mackeys Music World which is where they held one of their very first lockdowns in season 1. It seems this episode on season 3 is the third time they have visited, such was their experiences the first time around, they hosted a public event there a second time , so this third outing is showing u excerpts from that. It was very interesting to listen to Zak, Nick and Aaron talking about what happened to them at Bobby Mackeys back in 2008 and how they were convinced that something or someone followed them home. Aaron had to deal with the breakup of his marriage which to this day he still blames on Bobby Mackey's Music World and the demonic entities that reside there. This is also the place where Zak got 3 scratches down his back which were described by a priest as the mark of trinity. A bishop from the church accompanies them on this third time and performs an exorcism throughout the building at the end. The Valentines Day bonus episode is for a change quite humorous, and seeing Zak and Aaron try to have a romantic encounter with a ghost is quite amusing. To me they are still a very entertaining bunch of guys and all of the episodes reflect this. The subject matter that they deal with is very dark and dangerous and they do try to keep their humour at times. Its probably what keeps them sane! They are still the best in my eyes. Roll on season 4!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 3 April 2012
I do love this buch of crazy American guys.
The team are on form and at there best in this series.
Waverly hills sanatorium us one of my fav episodes. It was where overwelming numbers of people were brought in the 1920s during an epidemic outbreak of T.B.
Thousands of men , women and children stayed there and also died there.
Its quite sad to think of all the souls that lost there lives.
If you love ghost hunting with out the shrieks and screams of some people running round freaking out over every little bump and bang. Then you have to watch these guys, they are hard core, no nonsence. They go in with a great attitude, all about the evidence and not holding back on trying to antagonise spirits into communicating and giving us proof of the here after.
Alot of the places they go to are steeps in history and suffering so you cant get more haunted paranormal hotspots.
A step up from most other paranormal shows.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 1 December 2011
What can I say except that I love this show and I love the guys
in it. Zak, Aaron and Nick are great each of them offer different
things to different people. Personally I prefer Zak especially when he
is provoke spirits who have harmed people in the living. If you have a multi-ranged
dvd player your should check this out . Looking forward to season 4 on dvd and the guys
have just signed up for season six.