This behind the scenes footage shows 10 terrified human guinea pigs taking part in ‘scare tests’ for Derren Brown’s revamped ghost train ride at Thorpe Park Resort. One terrified participant’s heart rate TREBLED to 183 bpm as they tried out the shocking VR attraction under laboratory conditions. The footage, captured with the approval of the participants, shows Derren Brown experimenting on ‘fearless’ participants chosen especially for their perceived ability to withstand shocks and fear. The subjects were the very first to preview the new VR additions to the illusionist’s upgraded Ghost Train – renamed Derren Brown’s Ghost Train: Rise of the Demon.
Get ready for a NEW Quest Channel called ‘Quest Red’ launched yesterday, 15th March and Quest Red looks set to be thehome of ‘Irresistibly Real TV’. Shows you can look forward to are… Is OJ Innocent? The Missing Evidence, Jo Frost: Nanny on Tour, Long Lost Family US, Martin Kemp’s Detectives, Vogue Williams Investigates, and a certain show called Paranormal Lockdown with ghost hunter Nick Groff.
TLC is ready to be scared silly, announcing a new season of GHOST BROTHERS premiering during its Friday night supernatural strand. Featuring TV’s first African American ghost hunters, Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass, and Marcus Harvey are budding paranormal enthusiasts on a mission to find out if legendary haunted locations are the real deal. These charismatic characters blend natural curiosity with comedic flair, bringing humor and good manners to the spirit world. With eight episodes, season 2 of GHOST BROTHERS premieres Friday, March 10 at 9/8c on TLC.
Phantom dogs, spring-heeled demons and a half-man, half-owl hybrid - these are just some of the strange and mythical creatures from English folklore that have inspired writers for centuries. It was while novelist Sarah Perry was driving through Essex with her husband that she first heard the story of giant serpent, with teeth "very white and sharp".
The most authentic piece of ghost hunting equipment was developed and patented 54 years ago. Thousands of ghost pictures hit social media on a monthly basis and they are laughed at, scorned at, scoffed and basically ridiculed by expert after expert BUT the ones that feature this awesome piece of ghost hunting equipment are not laughed, scorned and scoffed at they are taken seriously and have made self-styled experts to issue humble grovelling apologies to the photographer. It has now become an essential piece of kit for the ghost hunter but it came from modest humble beginnings.
In a recent poll on the Haunted Magazine facebook chat page it came to be that a ghost hunter's favourite biscuit was a Jaffa Cake, but that was not the end of the discussion, a lot of paranormal peeps were up in arms saying that the Jaffa was not a biscuit, it is a cake as the name suggests, it was literally all out war on the page. So in true investigative journalistic style we dug a hole in a haunted location and looked into it.