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|America's Most Haunted Inns|
Director: Robert Child
Welcome to the modest small town of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Enjoy your stay at Bucksville house and have your room tidied up in the morning by colonial maids who turn and vanish. At the Wedgewood Inn, explore a tunnel ... more »
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America's Most Haunted Inns
Jeffrey L. Boyd | Kentucky | 08/30/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I would rate "Real Ghost Stories" higher than "America's Most Haunted Inns" However I did enjoy for the most part watching the DVD. In all honesty it's getting harder and harder to find good documentaries on the paranormal. God in heaven knows I have spent a fortune on VHS and DVDs about the paranormal.I do know for a fact that Ghost do exist for I have seen Ghost with my own eyes. Maybe one day science will be able to prove beyond any doubt that Ghost do exist.Damn near everyone loves a good Ghost story. America's Most Haunted Inns is not the worst or best I have seen on the paranormal at any rate I give it a 3 out of a possible 5 rating.
A Complete Joke
XibalbaScott | Idaho | 09/27/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I bought the DVD as a fan of Supernatural Documentaries. Some of the stories from the Inn Owners were interesting, but the DVD was ruined by the psychic Cathe who is so incredibly unbelievable it was painful! Cathe... some advice, usually there is a point when contacting the dead; I've seen better psychics at the carnival. Watching Cathe make small talk with empty space is really boring, and then finally, of the so called most incredible ghost video ever was so obviously faked by placing glass in front of the camera that it just is insulting."
Tony Miller | Palm Springs,Cali | 03/15/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"All in all,I found this DVD enjoyable and would recommend it to others fascinated in the supernatural.Probably not for the die-hard experienced investigator or super skeptical fact-seeker.Approaches more from the metaphysical standpoint,but does have a few interesting anomolies interspersed here and there that I found to be captivating.Hopefully the medium Cathe Curtis comes out with future projects-I enjoy the calm way in which she approaches the subject."