Ghost Stories: Seasons 1 & 2

Ghost Stories: Seasons 1 & 2

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This release from the investigative reality series Ghost Stories includes all 16 episodes from the show's first and second seasons, offering chillingly intimate tales of up close and personal encounters with the paranormal from real people, and visiting infamously haunted locales that have been storied, in some cases, for over 100 years.

Overview

This release from the investigative reality series Ghost Stories includes all 16 episodes from the show's first and second seasons, offering chillingly intimate tales of up close and personal encounters with the paranormal from real people, and visiting infamously haunted locales that have been storied, in some cases, for over 100 years.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/30/2011
UPC:
0018713582218
Rating:
TV-PG
Source:
Travel Channel
Region Code:
1
Time:
6:24:00
Sales rank:
10,314

Special Features

Ghostly Lovers

Scene Index

Disc #2 -- Ghost Stories: Seasons 1 & 2 - Disc 2
3. Chapter 1 [9:35]
4. Chapter 2 [8:47]
5. Chapter 3 [5:25]
6. Chapter 4 [8:12]

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Ghost Stories: Seasons 1 & 2 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Leloni_Tabbyra More than 1 year ago
If you have seen a History Channel series called "Haunted History", "Ghost Stories" is a very similar paranormal documentary program with a bit less focus on the back-story and a bit more focus on the ghost story itself. If you haven't seen "Haunted History", then I'll explain. As the narrator says in the first episode on the disc, 'Boise Theater', "I have a tale to tell you." This is essentially what the series is. Jay Thomas plays the eerie storyteller relating accounts of ghostly happenings within a location. As he narrates, the viewer's eyes are treated to photo and video images for that location. Plenty of low-budget sound effects and various 'apparition experience' interviews round out the basic idea of "Ghost Stories". The series isn't out to prove or disprove any of the possible hauntings that it presents. Like a campfire storyteller, it uses what it has in order to entertain viewers and draw them into the story. So don't expect any high octane scares or Speilbergian special effects. If your 'paranormal experience' requires a bunch of people walking around with cameras and jumping at every little sound, then you won't care for this series. If you enjoy hearing/watching straightforward stories about supposed hauntings with few theatrics, then this series is well worth the money. The main reason that I've given the set 4 out of 5 stars is due to the discs, themselves. The discs don't have a 'play all' function. The disc returns to the main menu after each episode plays. The menu doesn't move to the next episode in the series either. This makes it too easy to forget which episode was last watched after stepping away from it for awhile. This may be a bit nit-picky. However, I find it a bit annoying when a show does not just automatically advance to the next episode.