This goes for all of this series -- of course there are spiritual phenomena, I have always found it, let's say, intriguing, that a race of people that, broadly speaking, only uses about 20% of its intellectual abilities, with an infinite capacity for cruelty on every level from the grammar school lunch table to any given border, that believes in God as long as that God is as savage as their abusive relatives and as corrupt and manipulative as the clergy who falsely claim to represent Him, who not only wears CROCS, but with SOCKS, thinks it is the be all and end all of intelligent creation. No other life form anywhere else, no spiritual life before or after. So, yes, there are spiritual phenomena
And it deserves intelligent study and thought-provoking analysis. These "A Haunting" shows ain't it.
I don't doubt people have had experiences in these places, but these Swerski's Bar rejects with boys toys aren't verifying anything. So much I could say, but let me just bullet a few things. Every spot on this earth since its creation has hosted a dead body, has seen a tragedy. Ooh, they're in a funeral home, ooh, ten men were hanged out front, yeah, that you know about. Next, if Ida is still living in her home from when she was alive, she's in trouble and she needs your help. I don't care how house proud she was, no one would stay locked in an existence when they could move on to the next unless they needed help -- you're supposed to HELP them, not take advantage of them so you can get an EVP or get them on camera, which you never do. And you don't provoke them -- listening to professional autopsy cadaver Brian Harnois' profanity-laden tirades, give me a break. You are either going after a spirit that doesn't need more abuse, or fueling an evil one who just loves what you're doing and saying.
And the Episcopal priest, who I saw online may not even be an Episcopal priest, and who has passed on, gives the whole game away -- anyone who goes in to help a spirit and cast out whatever doesn't play those same idiotic games -- show yourself, are you here, touch this device. Just like all those stories from the life of Christ where He stands over the afflicted and says, can you see how many fingers I'm holding up, knock on this cypress tree one for yes, two for no.
People, if you just want to be titillated, there's a whole genre of filmmaking with your name on it, go and have a blast. But if you are looking for intelligent examinations of spiritual manifestation, stop giving credence and high ratings to garbage like these shows. Because the more you support garbage like this, the more you cheapen the science and the intelligence.