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|Paranormal State The Complete Season Two|
Actor: Ryan Buell
Director: Ben Wolf
Delve deep into the strange and the mysterious with Paranormal Research Society founder Ryan Buell and his intrepid team of investigators as they attempt to unravel inexplicable paranormal phenomena around the country. Amo... more »
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GREAT SERIES !!! But be warned, very spooky.
L. Tabor | Okc,OK | 12/22/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you like good shows about ghosts,hauntings and other worldly things that go bump in the night. Then you must have EVERY season of this series.You will certainly want to sleep with the lights on."
Joshua Charmley | Othello, WA | 09/13/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"There are many supernatural/spiritual shows out there, such as: A Haunting, Ghost Hunters, and Paranormal Destinations to name a few. But Paranormal State is in my opinion the best show of its kind. I consider myself to be a believing skeptic, in that while I believe in the paranormal, I am skeptical about these types of shows. Just because I believe in it, does not mean that I believe every ghost story/show I hear or see. In fact, because of my firm belief, I am less likely to believe most stories I hear.
The first episode of Paranormal State that I saw had me hooked. The shows host Ryan Buell, seems authentic, and very knowledgeable about things of the paranormal. I was very surprised to see the way Buell handled things as they unfolded before him. Also I like that the show neither embraces nor dismisses any one faith, (religion) but rather keeps an open mind. Also the fact that the show protects its viewers really caught my attention. There was an episode where the father of a haunted family kept saying out loud the name of the demon that tormented him. For the show, they bleeped the name out. This is because you're not supposed to say a demons name out loud unless you're ready to do battle with it. Buell is also protective of his team. When things start to get too heated, he'll send the less experienced members of the team away.
Another thing that makes this show great is that they don't just get rid of the ghost or demon, or whatever it may be, but they also help to empower the families and stay in-touch with them. Bottom line, this is a great show!
Julian A. Schulz | Boston, MA | 03/01/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"'Paranormal State' was introduced to me via DVD, shortly after season one arrived in stores.
As another viewer noted, once you start watching, you can't stop.
I was highly impressed, and eagerly awaiting season two, which was released in late January.
The series continues with some truly eerie episodes, notably a haunted horse ranch & a discarded voodoo doll that haunts it's previous owners with an unshakable curse.
Ryan Buell conducts himself as highly intelligent, highly curious & sympathetic to the unfortunate souls involved in the various hauntings.
Buell is also very straight-forward, and able to detect how believable some of the paranormal scenarios really are, by way of interviews with the clients.
Buell's team, though not quite as engaging or driven as he is, are also extremely likeable and entertaining.
Chip Coffey, also returns, with his own unique perspective on the troubled spirits that may (or may not) inhabit various locations.
The overall production is fantastic, and offers a true sense of the experiences felt by the Paranormal Research team.
Authentic sounds are also captured, leading to a few stunned responses by the investigators.
Season two offers twelve half-hour episodes in a two disc set.
The extras are minimal, but with a program of such high quality, the various chapters speak for themselves.
Amazon is offering an excellent price for this series, so i highly recommend the curious viewer pick this one up!"
Nathan Christian | Pitcairn, PA USA | 04/30/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The most realistic of the paranormal shows. Sadly, though, the episodes are too short! 22 minutes is not enough time to scare the hell out of me!
credible ghost hunting without the theatrics of some of the other shows. Honest in it's approach. You don't see this group running and screaming, or being mean to each other.
Chip Coffee, Loraine Warren, and other credible psychics guest.