Most of us have watched Ghost Adventures on the Travel Channel. I did as well till their egos and bad acting got in the way. Let's start with a few things. When they wanted to reach 1 million likes on Facebook they were everyone's friend. Then again when they wanted to reach 2 million Likes. Now they do not feel the need to answer nor reply. We served our purpose. They are not very truthful. It starts right with the opening. They clearly state "The three of us travel." Um, wrong there are five including Billy and the video guy. So right from the start there are misleading the viewers. But now let's look at them one by one.
Nick Groff, in my opinion, is the worst. He used to reply and answer fans' questions, but now, forget it. And some might say well he can't reply to everyone. Sorry, I don't buy snake oil. If that was the case then how come when you go on his page he has time to promote his CD? His book? His clothing line? His gym? Or his "Drinks on Me" Tour? So let's look at this. He wants your money but don't want to give you any of his time? Hmmm, now why would you want to support a person who ignores you? Sorry no excuse the fans got him to were he is and the fans can also take it away.
Then he states that Boston is his home Town. Unless Pelham, New Hampshire moved South East 34 miles and 48 minutes away, it's not his hometown. See the link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Groff#Nick_Groff
See Links http://www.travelchannel.com/video/aarons-vlog-haunted-mansion
Pretty crappy things he did and to define what hometown means according to Merriam Webster Dictionary.
Hometown is defined as the city or town were one was born or grew up also principal residence.
Shame on him trying to play the Boston card for ratings and support.
Then we have Zak Bagans--his ego is unreal. He just doesn't reply at all. But made sure he was out there when he wanted you to buy his book.
Then we have Aaron Goodwin he is not as bad. He has his Big Steppin line and he donates proceeds to charity.
They all think they are all that. The funny part is I myself was investigating the paranormal before they were old enough to drive, as many others were. They need to remember that being on TV doesn't make them investigators--it makes them actors. Their EVP's are crap, they all sound just like static and they throw words under it hoping we will say OH YEA I hear it.
So, in closing, I will say it is pretty clear they all went to college for film, saw the paranormal was the in thing and cashed in on it. Too bad they do not take as much time to respond to the fans as they do pushing their products.
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