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Pocket Simon and I are mocking the “ghost” show.

He most certainly would. I frequently rant about them to the producers if I can find them on Twitter. I do believe they read my posts, because Zak Bagsms began replying to my critiques directly in his show.

Me: “You imbeciles do know that a K2 meter measures one aspect of a coupled field and is therefore unstable, and that it is possible for a human or anyequipment to react with a K2 meter on demand, don’t you? Set the thing down and walk away from it, at least ten feet, or it is likely lighting up when you expect it to because you are standing there.”

Zak: “You see? That happened when I was standing more than ten feet away. Some skeptics think we could be interacting with our equipment but this proves we aren’t!”

And so forth.

I would sigh loudly but people in my house are sleeping. I cannot abide Zak Bagans. He is…well I won’t turn this into a rant. But I agree with you.

I’ve had several exchanges with him.

He seems pretentious.

He’s a charlatan. I have proof. No point in bothering.

Fair enough. Back to the mocking. We are both terribly unimpressed with this show. Bad acting and terrible usage of old Halloween costumes.

Ha! One of my favorite activities is to mock horror films.

In our house, mocking horror movies is an event to be witnessed. We especially enjoy 70’s and 80’s horror.

Ah yes…my favorite era next to the pulp of the 1950’s

Attack of the 50 ft Woman. One of my personal favorites next to the original The Fly.

Ack! The original Fly was superb!

When I was a wee thing my grandfather and I used to marathon horror movies and swashbucklers. With the occasional noir thrown in. I miss that.

Seems worth missing! You should stage a “grandpa’s film night” for the Fraternity.

That is a really good idea. I’ll make a list of some of grandpa’s favorites and try to pick a good night so most can attend. 

That’s a lovely living memorial.

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