Post by Mr. Jon Donnis on Jul 12, 2015 13:50:46 GMT
I got distracted recently with exposing self proclaimed psychics, which meant that I had left behind Most Haunted, afterall this site is called BadMostHaunted right? Anyway, I have pulled up my socks, and I am back with my world famous award winning Most Haunted exclusive review and spoilers!
Here is the blurb: To air Thursday 30th July, 10pm S02E09/10. Knottingley Town Hall Really’s terrifying series continues and this week the team heads to Knottingley Town Hall in Yorkshire, a site that once housed a medieval monastery.
The location is said to have been used for witchcraft and pagan rituals throughout history, and has been host to alleged paranormal activity. The stage in the main hall is reportedly a hotspot for ghostly goings-on, as visitors are said to have witnessed ghost-like figures of children, heard footsteps, and seen a phantom tea lady. Other reports have stated that the table in the meeting room moves and vibrates on its own accord. With such a broad range of unexplainable events, the team should be in for an intriguing night's vigil! Demonologist Fred Batt decides to conduct an experiment, only known to him, that he says will change the life of one crew member forever. Meanwhile Yvette takes Glen, a sceptic, into the lift, hoping the experience may convince him of the presence of poltergeists and spirits.
I just watched this and I think this was the most boring one yet of this series (and that's saying something). Why didn't Fred do his voodoo on Glen, with him being the skeptic? Why use one of the main fakers? Obviously WE know the reason why but it would have been more noteworthy if he'd made a voodoo doll of Glen and experimented on him. Stuart's acting was horrendous; if I suddenly couldn't see I'm pretty sure I would be a lot more freaked out than that!
I must admit I quite like Glen, smirking and all, as at least he points out potential logical explanations for things that Yvette is bigging up and he seems pretty unimpressed for the most part. Even when he thinks he's seen or heard something he can't explain he just admits that he can't explain it, he doesn't put it down as paranormal so from that point of view I like him.
I can't see how much longer they can keep flogging this dead horse but I keep watching in the hope they come up with something more interesting than the usual knocks and the 'noises' that only Yvette and Karl can hear. I'm ever the optimist!
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