What happened to that Ghost Hunters Live DVD?

Another thing that has been gnawing at me slightly about the Ghost Hunters is, what ever happened to that Fort Delaware Halloween episode? You know the one I’m talking about. The one where Grant gets pulled in all sorts of directions by some unseen force. The one that has caused all the controversy for the Ghost Hunters. The one that’s been spliced up and analyzed all over YouTube. Well my question is, why can’t you buy it? Both the Waverly Hills Sanatorium and Stanley Hotel full length investigations are available, so why isn’t this one? We obviously had to wait a year for them to come out for the next Halloween, but the time has come and gone for the Fort Delaware DVD to land in stores.

How come Jason, Grant and SyFy don’t want to release it? Are they concerned with releasing the DVD in tact and having people pick it apart? Would they prefer to leave that part out but if they do it will certainly seal the deal that they’re faking evidence? Is it their intent to simply act like this investigation never happened and maybe people will forget about it and the Ghost Hunters won’t lose face?

It just seems very odd to me that they release the previous two investigations and skip right over the one that seemed to cause so much trouble for them. Do they plan to skip this next one as well? I guess Jason’s famous words of putting their evidence out there and letting people decide for themselves isn’t what he really meant at all.

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One Response to What happened to that Ghost Hunters Live DVD?

  • RottenOne says:

    Just to bring it up again, what ever happened to this DVD? Halloween of 2009 came and went, Season 5 Part 1 & 2 were released, but we still haven’t seen this Live Halloween Special make it out the door? So what’s going on there? Do they just not want this DVD out there because people will pick it apart? Do they not want it to be a reminder of what went wrong? Should we expect the Ghost Hunters to do a live investigation this year or are live investigation just a thing of the past?

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