Anyone watch A Haunting?

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Anyone watch A Haunting?

Post by dreamersveil800 » Fri Aug 22, 2008 5:11 pm

It's on the discovery channel I like it a lot and can't wait for the fifth season any other fans? If you don't like it I would like to know why and if you do like it I still want to know why because I'm nosy :D I like the show because of the movie type quality each episode has and the people talking about what happened to them. So yeah :)

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Post by GeorgeWMcSteamy » Fri Aug 22, 2008 9:15 pm

dreamersveil800 wrote:It's on the discovery channel I like it a lot and can't wait for the fifth season any other fans? If you don't like it I would like to know why and if you do like it I still want to know why because I'm nosy :D I like the show because of the movie type quality each episode has and the people talking about what happened to them. So yeah :)
I've watched it a few times, it's a pretty decent show. Usually I don't like watching reenactments on TV (like the ubiquituos reenactments found on the History Channel) but theirs are pretty decent, even if sometimes the actors look nothing like the people they're playing.

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Post by dreamersveil800 » Fri Aug 22, 2008 9:36 pm

Lol yeah I like how they sometimes get a really big guy to play this super skinny guy I find it funny ug yeah I love history channel but sometimes the reenactments make me cringe.

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Post by MerchBoi » Sat Aug 23, 2008 2:29 am

Watch it, and enjoy it.
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Post by fairlyodd_58 » Sat Aug 23, 2008 7:45 pm

I watch it every now and then.
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Post by Fr Dennis Kibbler » Sat Aug 23, 2008 8:01 pm

I watch it every week.

The one about the old scary ghost in the attic was creepy.
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Post by Shagedellic » Sun Aug 24, 2008 2:25 pm

I watch it as often as I can (not nearly often enough) and I must say I enjoy almost every episode. Somehow it doesn't seem nearly as "flaky" as other paranormal shows.

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Post by dnddad324 » Sun Aug 24, 2008 6:51 pm

Even though I normally hate 'reenactment' shows, I love A Haunting. I used to watch Ghost Hunters but I grew tired of watching a full hour of programming and the only thing they get is maybe an 'orb' and some inaudible sounds.
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Post by Monty2008 » Mon Aug 25, 2008 12:00 pm

I wonder will they ever do an Amityville one ?

Its really good

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Post by BellWitch74 » Mon Aug 25, 2008 12:16 pm

Isn't Haunting on dvd?
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Post by dreamersveil800 » Mon Aug 25, 2008 2:27 pm

BellWitch74 wrote:Isn't Haunting on dvd?
Yeah but there is only one episode per dvd :shock:

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Post by fairlyodd_58 » Mon Aug 25, 2008 6:55 pm

dreamersveil800 wrote:
BellWitch74 wrote:Isn't Haunting on dvd?
Yeah but there is only one episode per dvd :shock:
One?! I can get 22 or 23 episodes on a 4 disc DVD set (4 - 6 episodes per disc) for The Simpsons!

Of course, they're a hour long, but they could probably fit two episodes, maybe three.
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Post by BellWitch74 » Tue Aug 26, 2008 5:22 am

Actually, I looked it up on amazon - season one and two are in one package and season three is in another set - more than one episode per disk. :wink: And season four is coming out too. I thought I'd seen them in the stores but I wasn't sure about buying a series I'd never seen.
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Post by fairlyodd_58 » Tue Aug 26, 2008 1:39 pm

BellWitch74 wrote:Actually, I looked it up on amazon - season one and two are in one package and season three is in another set - more than one episode per disk. :wink: And season four is coming out too. I thought I'd seen them in the stores but I wasn't sure about buying a series I'd never seen.
That's a lot better than having one per disc.
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Post by Chichibcc » Tue Aug 26, 2008 4:15 pm

This show sounds really good; maybe I'll watch sometime.

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Post by fairlyodd_58 » Tue Aug 26, 2008 4:56 pm

chichibcc wrote:This show sounds really good; maybe I'll watch sometime.
It comes on 2pm and 3pm over here on the east coast.
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Post by Chichibcc » Tue Aug 26, 2008 5:06 pm

fairlyodd_58 wrote:
chichibcc wrote:This show sounds really good; maybe I'll watch sometime.
It comes on 2pm and 3pm over here on the east coast.
Thanks!

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Post by fairlyodd_58 » Tue Aug 26, 2008 5:09 pm

chichibcc wrote:
fairlyodd_58 wrote:
chichibcc wrote:This show sounds really good; maybe I'll watch sometime.
It comes on 2pm and 3pm over here on the east coast.
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Post by sherbetbizarre » Tue Sep 18, 2012 5:51 pm

Back for a 5th season after a 5 year break...
A Haunting
Premieres Friday, October 12 at 10 PM E/P
REAL-LIFE AMERICAN HORROR STORIES POSSESS "A HAUNTING," RESURRECTING ON DESTINATION AMERICA THIS OCTOBER

(Silver Spring, MD) - Sometimes real evil lurks in the darkest shadows and in the most ordinary places; this is where nightmares become reality. Returning with a fifth season of things that do more than just go bump in the night, A HAUNTING comes to Destination America this October to showcase some of the scariest stories of supernatural activity known to man. Through spellbinding first-person accounts, each episode profiles the story of one family traumatized by forces unknown. As the mystery and origin of each case is unraveled, audiences are left with a lingering sense that life after death is much more powerful - and sometimes more possessive - than anyone could have possibly imagined. From children to pets, the atheists to the faithful, these are the true stories of unrelenting terror that knows no bounds. While previous seasons of A HAUNTING aired on the Discovery Channel, viewer demand led to the show's resurrection on Destination America beginning Friday, October 12 at 10 PM (E/P), just in time for Halloween.

"From the Salem witch trials to the Amityville horror story, Americans have always been transfixed by the supernatural and phantom phenomena," said Marc Etkind, SVP of Content Strategy for Destination America. "A HAUNTING possesses a whole new collection of campfire stories to send a cold shiver tingle down viewers' spines and teach them straight from the source how shock and sheer terror can take their toll on a person."

Each episode of A HAUNTING reveals a world in which tragic deaths and unfinished business have left paranormal impressions so intense that some people are traumatized for the rest of their lives. While the premiere episode features a woman who becomes possessed and is forced to engage in spiritual warfare, additional episodes showcase real-life tales of haunted houses and, sometimes, even haunted people. Exorcisms, possessions, and hauntings are featured throughout the series with paranormal investigators, priests, shamans, and psychic mediums providing commentary.

The chilling October lineup for A HAUNTING is as follows:

Blood Visions
Premieres Friday, October 12 at 10 PM (E/P)
Betty Johnson and her family think they have found their perfect new residence in rural Michigan. But as Betty and her family settle in, they realize they are not alone. Faced with a supernatural threat and unexpected financial distress, the family moves in the hope of leaving their troubles behind. But when Betty's oldest child, Brinn, starts experiencing bloody visions and is physically attacked, the family realizes that whatever "it" was has followed them. With the help of investigators, Betty cleanses their lives of the presence once and for all.

Angels and Demons
Premieres Friday, October 19 at 10 PM (E/P)
Maryland single mom Kathie Sheats hopes life will change for the better when she marries her boyfriend Brian. But "something" inside her house has other ideas. Spiritual warfare breaks out, taking over Kathie's mind, body, and soul. After a priest, a psychic, and a paranormal investigator fail to rid her and her home of the evil presence, it's up to Kathie alone to exorcise the demon. In a classic battle between good and evil, Kathie desperately calls on an angel for help, and her message is heard.

Nightmare in Bridgeport
Premieres Friday, October 26 at 10 PM (E/P)
Connecticut child safety specialist Bob Baker has devoted his life to protecting children from natural and supernatural harm. He thinks he's seen it all after years of battling supernatural forces, but when his mother starts hearing voices in his childhood home, Bob is faced with a demon that evolves from his own nightmares. After colleagues, priests, and a world-renowned exorcist fail to cleanse the property, Bob resorts to literally "smoking out" the demon to reclaim his mother's home and his own life.
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Post by Brendan72 » Sun Sep 23, 2012 12:37 am

I saw Seasons 1 - 4 for sale for $47.95 AUD.

I took a look at the box but didn't buy it.
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Re: Anyone watch A Haunting?

Post by sherbetbizarre » Sat Aug 02, 2014 5:07 pm

Tim Yancey is currently on encounters live...

http://www.encounterslive.com/

Talking about tomorrow's A Haunting, which is about his family...

http://www.destinationamerica.com/tv-sh ... family.htm

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