We dance with the dead in this infamous haunted hospital.
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Must be careful. Spirits and demons can possess people and make them do or say things that they are not aware of. There's a chance that one of you could attack the other without being aware of what you are doing.
At least you can use that as a defence incase one of you slap the other.
Okay, now I'm generally curious how sceptics will deny the dog. I mean, yes, it's not a scientific instument, but it does work with a physics-bound principal of static electricity, and thusly has no motive to set itself of, proving that SOMETHING else was at play here
11:58 behold, a perfect example of circular logic.
"I believe ghosts are just as likely to make the creaking sound, because I believe the evidence, which is the creaking sound, which I believe is just as likely to be a ghost as just the house settling, because of evidence like the creaking sound, which I believe is just as likely to be a ghost..."
And it goes on and on...
There is no observable, repeatable evidence of ghosts, critical thinking is thrown out of the window to believe they e it based off of any of the evidence shown in this show, Shane is absolutely in the right, the amount of times they've been to places, absolutely nothing has happened, and the other guy proclaims that he still thinks these places are haunted is... Astounding.
Don't get me wrong, I fucking love ghost stories, I would LOVE it if ghosts where real... But cmon... We need to be more skeptical if people are to advance anywhere beyond stone age mentality.
A creak is very likely just that, a creak of a floorboard creaking, it happens, the thought "ghost" would never come into your mind if you had never been told the place was haunted, so it shouldn't now, ghosts have never been proven, so it shouldn't even come into consideration, not even as a scapegoat (ie: I can't explain this therefore ghost/ alien/ whatever conspiracy or supernatural thing) unless actual evidence suggests it... But alas, all we ever really get is heresay and "he said/ she said" stories... It's funny how nothing ever happens when you have someone logical like Shane around isn't it? It only ever happens to those who already believe, and are willing to fall into conformation bias, like another presenter on this show.
I still love this show, don't get me wrong, but time and again I see flawed logic from the believer (apologies, my mind has drawn a blank on his name while typing this out for some reason) and it's weird to see so many people acting as if Shane is the weird one here for being willing to explore these places but not automatically buying into stuff being said about them.
I grew up an hour from the asylum and in May a few years ago I got the chance to spend the night there. The current owner keeps the place up, and allows people to come in during the night for a small fee. You are given a tour by volunteers, this includes history, stories, and making sure you do not get lost. At the end of the women's corridor, during the time the place was a elderly center, is a large doctor's office. I'm not sure if the stuff is still there, but during my stay there was an old desk, two chairs on one side, and a medical examination table in the center of the room. I had gone to the asylum myself, but ended up tagging along with a group. While in that room I decided to to lay down on the medical examination table, and had odd happenings occur. No matter who's flashlight I held, it would go on and off while I lay on the table, only for me. Eventually it became too much for me, and I left the table. While I was leaving a woman in the group flashed a bunch of photos, and the photos ended up showing evidence of something moving in the opposite direction of me, away from the table, once I had left it. There were other strange happenings there, but that was the most memorable for me. Sadly, the group I joined never got back to me with the photos, so I don't know if they decided it was somehow my shadow or something, but the flashlight thing was definitely creepy. I've been to several places in my travels since, to include Hummel Park, and a few sites in Maryland, but nothing has ever actually unsettled me like Rolling Hills did.
The most scary thing to me is that this was the sort of place people were relegated to if they were thought to be mentally ill. As if being insane was a crime that they had committed. This place was supposed to be a hospital, but it looks like a prison.
Love the show, but if Ryan really wants to make it more scientific he should use the spirit box in an area with no known paranormal activity and see if he still starts hearing words. Do similar things with the rest of his equipment to see what the "blank" is...