Some thoughts from last night’s episode:
Great location choice this week, the Colonial Inn in Concord, MA; where wounded and dying soldiers from the first shots of the Revolutionary War were taken. Even if they hadn’t found anything, it was great learning a bit of the history behind it.
There were lots of claims coming from this location from guests and employees. But, considering the inn is famous for being supposedly haunted, I do have to question how much of that was from people who were on edge over the stories and were overreacting to normal sights and sounds.
The evidence this week was actually kind of impressive. We still didn’t see any full bodied apparitions or anything like that. But, I loved how that door kept closing on cue and how Britt even took the time to attempt to debunk it (one of my first questions was whether there was a loose floor board causing it but he showed there wasn’t). They also had a great camera angle on that flashlight that kept turning on and off by itself. Unless there was some sort of trick camera work or editing going on, it was obvious there was nobody around it.
However, I do have to question Jason and Grant’s efforts when they were in the dining area and kept hearing noises coming from the kitchen. If it were me, I would have moved to the kitchen area (rather than just walking through it and returning to the dining area) and tried to get the “ghost” to repeat the noises; just to confirm it wasn’t something else causing them. It also wouldn’t have hurt to have a camera on the door of the kitchen; just in case they saw the shadow they said they saw the first time.
What was up with the camera focusing on Kris Williams’ chest several times in this episode?
So, when are we going to start seeing Steve and Tango again; along with the new investigator?