Jun 5th, 2010, 09:52 AM
Those goofy "haunted places" TV shows.
The shows are always awful, but when it's about a place you're familiar with, it's pretty hilarious,
As I discovered a while back when I saw a segment about Fairfax County, VA's Bunny Man Bridge.
The one I was looking for two years ago is finally readily available on the Youtubes, which is awesome.
This is the cave I worked at in 2008, and the lady talking the whole time was my boss (by 2008 she had gotten a fake tooth to fill the hole!). It's great because she's obviously enjoying bullshitting for the show.
Probably less entertaining to you guys because you can't point out everything that's stupid about it, but maaaaaan I can.
(PS there are no lights beneath the "17 story mark" so the claim that they're deeper than that is bullshit)
Last edited by Mockery : Jun 6th, 2010 at 02:40 PM.
that air force museum is supposed to be haunted, but I didn't get any sort of haunted vibe off it. I think it might be a conscience thing...that, and I'm sure the mannequins in the cockpits must be creepy as hell in the dark.
Only place I ever felt "haunted" was in Octagon House, in Watertown WI, when I was a kid on a field trip. The house seemed downright sinister to me, like the Amityville Horror house relocated to Wisconsin or something. I didn't want to go in, and when I did I had this nauseating feeling of dread the whole time I was there. I was relieved to get out. Dunno.