Saturday, October 08, 2005

A little skepticism with your spooks

This article gives a little glimpse into why I love these guys on Ghost Hunters (even if they show's gotten a little repetitive and gimmicky lately).

Grant and Jason employ equal parts tact, temper, skepticism, sarcasm, and, when deserved, respect for witnesses. They'll tell you when the woman at the window asking for help was actually a guest locked out of the house next door (and they'll scold you for not helping her). They'll trick other team members into checking out a room they already know is full of bats. And they'll ask their questions and break the news with understanding and diplomacy, because they've been there. They live to debunk, and still they believe.

I’d really like to get away from the sensitives who come in and do the floppy tuna, saying, ‘Satan’s living in your closet.'
-- Jason Hawes.


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