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GHI: “Demons of Nicaragua”

13 Aug

I guess we should call the episode the “Demons of Ghost Hunters International” I don’t think that I have ever seen a cast of a show fall apart so consistently and so completely as GHI. Even Robb will be leaving the show soon.

Cast members pop in and out of the show like waiters in a busy restaurant.  Joe Chin is little more than a warm body that fills in with either Ghost Hunters or Ghost Hunters International. Last night Joe popped in as did Scott; although, both Brandy and Ashley disappeared.  What happened to the ladies?

Case #1: Coyotepe Fortress, Nicaragua

The team collected some odd evps; but, when you consider the area I would expect sounds that I would be unfamiliar with.  The “laser grid” was interesting, I like seeing different equipment in use. While it was interesting, I am not sold on the idea that it was paranormal.

Case #2: Leon Museum, Nicaragua

An evp of the word “Si” or do we think that its a word. Are we hearing what we want to hear? I think that I hear the phone ring every time I step into the bathroom. As for the lights, I think that may come from a vehicle.

What will become of GHI?

Maybe it will fall apart or maybe new blood is needed to make the show fresh.

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Posted by on August 13, 2010 in paranormal, TV series

 

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One response to “GHI: “Demons of Nicaragua”

  1. David Cardin

    September 3, 2010 at 9:30 pm

    New York Times,
    “Dizzyland” for a day, or Paradise for a week!
    “Survivor” TV series comes to Nicaragua, why and where? Find out how you to can enjoy Paradise on dimes.
    Want to promote Northern Nicaragua? Southern Nicaragua is where the politicians put their money i.e. Granada and San Juan del Sur. The government sponsored tourist departments publications (INTUR and ProNicaragua) for instance under “Playas of Nicaragua” excludes northern Nicaraguas Pacific Ocean beach communities COMPLETELY. Ometepe, a tiny island, located in Lake Nicaragua (close to Granada and San Juan del Sur) should be considered a “Playa” or Beach? Other “Playas of Nicaragua” include the Corn Island, a slightly populated island in the Caribbean, and of course San Juan del Sur. Two tiny islands and one Southern Pacific beach represents their promotional propaganda.
    I would like to get more publicity out to the public, especially the U.S. (we are the only Americans “ON THE BEACH” in Las Penitas-Leon). Managua and Granada are both distances from their favored beach spots but pour ALL the publicity dollars toward the regions they have the most investments.
    Leon, the old colonial capital, is the “BAD STEP-CHILD” of Nicaragua, the “NORTHERN” capital of Nicaragua, so gets little if any of the promotional dollars put into the press and media. Look at the “Survivor” TV series for example, all “plugs” going to the Southern region solely. It’s like the U.S.Chamber of Commerce stating only that there is Florida to see and not California or anywhere else.
    Let me know if possible how I would go about my quest for equality in the press. Ambassador Callahan has been here and LOVES it, but his concentration is obviously in Managua. He did help us dedicate a new US sponsored highway built from Leon to Las Penitas, which I helped engineer, before Ortega pulled some of his election shenanigans and got the E.U. and the U.S. to freeze multiples of millions of dollars in aide by breaking agreements for these funds. Northern Nicaragua has the most diverse ecology of any region. Beaches, volcanoes, waterfalls and rivers, highlands and plantations; the home of the world famous Rum and cigar tours and manufacturing, etc. that are unique to the northern regions. Tourists don’t come because they don’t know it’s here.
    We, as Americans, have a lot invested in Nicaragua as Venezuela’s Chavez is losing his ability to sway Nicaraguan’s belief that Chavez and Ortega partnership, the political and economic left wing strategy, is working..
    North Americans, including Canada, and members of the E.U. are responsible for close to 70% of tourists dollars brought into this country, the whole economy evolves around them.
    I am including a little “Welcome to Playa Roca” message I send to prospective guests. http://www.nicaliving.com/node/17414
    Please give me “feedback” on what you may suggest. We are a tiny Mom and Pop operation, so capital and influence are limited. You can even learn Spanish on the beach! http://www.leonlingua.com
    david cardin on facebook

     

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