Season 2 of Ghost Hunters contained just too many bone-chilling, spine-tingling, jaw-dropping investigations for just one DVD collection! Part 2 of the smash hit SciFi Channel show's Second Season brings 11 more episodes ... more »packed with 19 "leave no stone unturned" investigations. Will their searches turn up evidence of a haunting or debunk claims of paranormal activity? Join Jason, Grant, and the dedicated members of the TAPS team as they attempt to bring peace of mind to those who claim to be experiencing hauntings, while trying to avoid getting spooked themselves!« less
Jennifer M. from HENDERSON, NV Reviewed on 8/12/2012...
The audio is just terrible! I think the audio would have been better if we were still using VHS and taping it off of the repeats on television. I can't emphasize how bad the audio really is in this DVD. I would be embarrassed to put this out there for people to purchase.
Ghost Hunters Season 2 Part 2!!!!
Kevin L | Keizer, Oregon USA | 06/29/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Here is a list of the episodes on Ghost Hunters Part 2 Season 2.
EP1:Mansfield, Ohio- They investigate a prison that was used in the movie "The Shawshank Redemption" and the house where the Lizzie Bordon Murders took place.
EP2:Eureka Springs, Ark-They investigate a one of most haunted hotels in America and go to a mediums house where they make a rare discovery.
EP3:Louisville, KY-Taps goes to a hospital where more then 63,000 people have died.
EP4:Holliston, Mass- They go to a house with a frightened child and mother. Then they investigate the Palladium Theater.
EP5:Canandaigua, NY- The team goes to Jason's Hometown to investigate two homes for a haunting.
EP6:Evansville, IND- They help two brothers who are afraid of their home and they investigate the Willard Libary.
EP7:NJ- First htey go to a home then they go to a music school called Hartford Conservatory.
EP8:St. Augustine, FLA- They go to a Flordia Lighthouse where they find some stunning evidence of paranormal activity.
EP9:St. Augustine, FLA- They go to a haunted diner and then to the St. John's County Jail
EP10:Guthrie, OKLA- They investigate a haunted inn. and help a guy who thinks the spirt is holding him captive in his home.
EP11:Estes Park, COLO- They go to the Stanley Hotel witch inspired Steven King to write "The Shining."
This is going to be a DVD that you want to have if your interested in the paranormal. Even if you seen these episodes on tv, it still is something you want to get. This DVD also includes a never before seen investigation."
Audio And Video Quality Aside, This Is A Nice Set
K. Fontenot | The Bayou State | 09/28/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
""Ghost Hunters: Season 2, Part 2," is actually composed of episodes from SciFi channel's Season 3. It includes some very recognizable hotspots such as the Lizzie Borden house, the prison used in "The Shawshank Redemption" and the heavily viewed Willard Library. Much like the "Season 2, Part 1" set, this DVD set suffers from poor audio and grainy video. With that said, however, Big Vision has remedied the problem they had with the first season's DVD set, which was that the DVD's came loose during shipping or the case was easily damaged from the factory to the front door of the customer. The new cases that are used for Season 2 are wonderful, and seem to have been developed by the guys who came up with childproof medicine bottles.
The shows are wonderful to watch, especially the St. Augustine Lighthouse episode in which the TAPS team comes up with some amazing evidence. I'm always impressed with the professionalism and seriousness exuded by the TAPS squad. Sure, the team often bickers over things too much, but it's due to this bickering that they come up with such strong evidence. I've always pictured the team's founders, Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson, as a good cop/bad cop duo. Grant seems to be the quiet, understanding type, whereas Jason is just a stubborn mule. The interaction between these two and the rest of the team makes for great television, even if they don't come up with any great evidence on some cases.
Overall, I'd say that this DVD set is worthy of purchase. Sure, the audio and video are somewhat annoying at times, but this is more than made up for by the actual episodes and the sometimes giddy joy displayed by members of TAPS when they find some sort of evidence that gives them hope for their cause.
LOVE the show - HATE the poorly made DVD's
Jennifer 28 | Waitsfield, Vermont United States | 10/01/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
As a huge fan of this show I could not wait to buy both of season two's DVD's. However, they are so poorly made it has been a very disappointing ordeal as I have ordered and returned two sets of the DVD's twice due to very bad static and overly loud voice audio. The color was off as well. I thought it was just bad luck until I read everyone's reviews. Hopefully the problem will be fixed and someday I will be able to purchase good quality Ghost Hunters videos."
Jason, Grant and Company
Gotham Night | 04/14/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"How much do I love these DVD's? Let me count the ways: I love TAPS' professionalism. I love that they try to debunk instead of prove hauntings. I love the awesome evidence they are able to capture on video and EVP, some of it absolutely chilling. I love that they are one of us and they get just as excited as we would when they capture paranormal phenonmena. I love Jason and Grant's friendly rapport and respect for each other. I love Brian's never ending conflicts with the other investigators because it adds a lot of spice to the show (Brian really is a sweet guy, you gotta love him). The show is extremely well done, it's enticing and exciting, and I just can't get enough. When does volume 3 come out?"