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Ghost Hunters - Season 2, Part 1
Ghost Hunters - Season 2 Part 1
Actors: Jason Hawes, Grant Wilson, Steve Gonsalves, Lisa Dowaliby, Kristyn Gartland
Director: Jay Bluemke
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television
UR     2006     9hr 20min

The smash-hit SciFi Channel show is back for a second season of spooks, shocks and suspense! Plumbers by day, at night Jason and Grant head up TAPS (The Atlantic Paranormal Society), a close-knit organization of volunteer...  more »

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Actors: Jason Hawes, Grant Wilson, Steve Gonsalves, Lisa Dowaliby, Kristyn Gartland
Director: Jay Bluemke
Creators: Jason Hawes, Grant Wilson, Alan David, Brett Boydstun, Crystal Foos, Eric Mazer, Jason Fay
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television
Sub-Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction
Studio: Big Vision
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 09/19/2006
Original Release Date: 10/06/2004
Theatrical Release Date: 10/06/2004
Release Year: 2006
Run Time: 9hr 20min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 4
SwapaDVD Credits: 4
Total Copies: 1
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Box set,Collector's Edition
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Ghost Hunters Season 2!!!!
Kevin L | Keizer, Oregon USA | 06/26/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Here is a list of what all the episodes that are on part 1 of Ghost Hunters:

EP1:Myrtles Plantation- Said to be the most haunted place in America and live up to its rep.

EP2:New England- TAPS go to 2 haunted homes were the ghosts haunt the kids in the family.

EP3:New Orleans- They help a guy with a jealous ghosts and also go to a haunted dining room.

EP4:North Carolina- They investigate a haunted battleship from the war.

EP5:Connecticut- They investigate the Bradley Playhouse and a firehouse.

EP6:New York City- They investigate a lighthouse and a museum.

EP7:Springfield, Mass.- Help a family and then answers an emergencey call to a home with a haunted past.

EP8:Road Island- They investigate a mansion and a woman's home.

EP9:New York- They investigate a asylum.

EP10:Philadelphia: They revisite the Eastern State Penitentiary and a womans dream home becomes her worst nightmare with a negative ghost present.

EP11:California- They investigate two legendary places with haunted pasts. First was the winchester house then the Queen Mary.

This DVD is going to be a good one. They have never before seen investigations and more. Im a big ghost Hunters fan and this show never gets old. If you want a good show, then this is what you want to buy.

Big Vision Listens
K. Fontenot | The Bayou State | 09/28/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Big Vision, the company responsible for putting out "Ghost Hunters: Season 2, Parts 1 and 2" and "Ghost Hunters: Season 1," still have a long way to go with the production quality of their discs, but they definitely listen to their customers and attempt to make corrections. For starters, they've hulked up the DVD cases for Season 2, making it virtually impossible for the discs to become dislodged during shipping. This was a major complaint of many folks of Season 1's release. Secondly, the picture has gotten better. Granted, it's not perfect, and it's still too grainy during the investigations to see everything that's going on, but it has improved slightly. Finally, the audio is okay. As stated before, there is still plenty of space for changes and improvements, but Big Vision seems to be taking its customers advice to heart.

Now, on to Season 2, Part 1, in which we find Jason and Grant and the rest of the TAPS team seeking out more ghosts or lack thereof. This particular set includes one of my favorite cases: Myrtles Plantation. They also revisit Eastern State Penitentiary and tackle the Rolling Hills Asylum, the wacky Winchester House, and the U.S.S. North Carolina.

TAPS has always managed to impress me with their professionalism. Search any number of "ghost hunting" websites and you'll see that many of them are nothing more than a bunch of teen and college-aged kids hanging out in the graveyard or trespassing onto abandoned property. TAPS takes the paranormal very seriously. It almost takes an act of God to make them label a location as haunted. When they do, you can rest assured that they've done everything in their power to debunk a ghost's existence.

I highly recommend this DVD set, as well as Part 2 of Season 2 and the first season. You'll be impressed at how the TAPS team takes time to explain what an EMF detector is, what "orbs" are and probably aren't, and how something as simple as a mirror can play tricks on your mind.

Another great thing about this particular set is in the deleted scenes area where Brian is confronted by a woman and called a few derogatory terms. It's fun at the expense of Brian, but let's face it, Brian's just a funny guy.

"Dude, Run!!!""
Great Show, Horrible sound and video quality.
Christopher J. Cooper | Mesa, Az United States | 09/30/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Many have already said it, but I'll say it again. This is one of the best shows on T.V. So why the crappy video and sound quality. The audio in particular is horrible. It reminds me of what it sounds like when you talk to close to a microphone. And the video is very choppy and the colors vary. Watching the show on the SciFi channel is ten times better than this DVD. I have never complained about DVD quality before, but this is so bad that it is actually a distraction. I don't want people to not buy the dvd, but you might be better off getting the itunes version."
Big Vision is remastering the Season 2 sets!
David Lerner | Columbia, MD USA | 07/19/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"10/14/07 UPDATE:
The remastered DVDs finally arrived, and they were worth the wait. The audio on the discs is still a little louder than average, but the distortion is gone. If you were waiting to pick these up until the audio problems had been fixed, you should be safe to pick up your copy now. The show has finally gotten the DVD release that it has deserved all along...


This was recently posted to Jason Hawes' Myspace site. Big Vision has heard our complaints, and is moving to rectify the situation...

"Dear Ghost Hunters Fans:

First, we would like to apologize for the issues with the Season 2 DVDs. We have just completed remastering them and will be replacing your copies free of charge and you do not even have to send the ones you have back.

They new copies will be available in about 1 week.

So, you can wait about a week or do it now but to get your replacement copies:

Send the DVD sleeve with the UPC code (the paper DVD cover inside the plastic of the case, NOT the cardboard slip case that may have come around it) to us along with a note including your name, address, and email address to:

Big Vision Entertainment
Ghost Hunters Replacement Offer
13636 Ventura Blvd.
Suite 279
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423

Once we receive your information and DVD sleeve (or sleeves) we will ship you out a new copy.

Feel free to pass this info on to any other fans who may have the same issue.

Also, rest assured, this problem will NOT happen with Season 3 as we have now moved to an ALL DIGITAL process and added several key steps to the quality control approval process. Season 3 - Part 1 will be available around the last week of September [...]

Big Vision Entertainment"

And there was much rejoicing..."