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The Travel Channel's Ghost Adventures in Maysville, KY

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The Travel Channel's Ghost Adventures in Maysville, KY

Post by Katiedot on Thu May 12 2011, 18:14

Not really George related, but it's his home town

From The Travel Channel

Episode: Kentucky Slave House
Catch this episode Friday, May 13, at 9 E/P

The GA crew investigated Phillips' Folly, a slave house that dates back to 1825.

227 Sutton St. Maysville, Kentucky
The ghosts of tortured slaves lead Zak, Nick and Aaron into the Maysville Slave House in Kentucky. The team provokes the cruel slave owner and comforts the tormented spirits of the slaves that once resided in the house's dungeon.

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Re: The Travel Channel's Ghost Adventures in Maysville, KY

Post by melbert on Fri May 13 2011, 02:23

Thanks for sharing Katie. It might be kind of interesting.

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Post by Atalante on Fri May 13 2011, 20:09

Just what I need, ... spookzzzzzzz. Gosh ! lol!

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Re: The Travel Channel's Ghost Adventures in Maysville, KY

Post by Katiedot on Sat May 14 2011, 04:50

Did anyone watch? Was it any good?

We get the Travel Channel here too, but I've no idea if/when this programme will be aired.

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Post by melbert on Sat May 14 2011, 04:51

It's on in 9 minutes here, so I've got it set to record. I can't watch spooky things at night alone...

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Re: The Travel Channel's Ghost Adventures in Maysville, KY

Post by Katiedot on Sat May 14 2011, 05:00

oops! Got my time zones wrong. Wow, it is really still Friday 13th in the US??

Just in case anyone's worried, Saturday 14th made it safely to this side of the planet, accompanied by a lot of heavy rain. i suggest you bring in your washing before you go to bed tonight.

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Re: The Travel Channel's Ghost Adventures in Maysville, KY

Post by melbert on Sat May 14 2011, 05:03

We're supposed to get a major storm here. I was out with grandkids for dinner (son and daughter-in-law too) and when we came out, it was a freaky sky. Told them to scoot home before it hit. Hasn't hit yet though. Glad the 14th arrived safely for you! Just stay out of the rain!

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Post by melbert on Sat May 14 2011, 18:09

After recording this show last night and watching it this morning - ummm. I don't know if I believe in ghosts, but I know a few friends who have had experiences with them. In this story, these guys who apparently go all over the place and do this sort of thing, interview the current owner of this house in Maysville. I think he said that his people were slaves and that he wanted to buy the home and has made a museum of part of it with things from the past. He knows alot about the history and has "felt" these presences. So, these ghost adventurers do their exploring and make "contact" with a slave woman and have some "feelings" of their own. They do re-creations to tell the story. I've not watched these shows before, but I've seen the ads for their other shows. Pretty much the same premise. They didn't go in to the other history of Maysville and only showed the neighborhood where the house was. Not a bad show, just don't know what to think.

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