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If you’ve wondered whether “Living for the Dead” is worth watching, I understand. A lot of ghost-related TV shows aren’t impressive. In fact, they’re almost parodies of what genuine researchers do. (Can you hear my exasperation as I write that? Probably.)
However, “Living for the Dead” is different… on many levels.
In this 18-minute, unscripted review, I talk about the show and briefly describe what I liked (and didn’t) in each of the eight episodes.
(One episode was truly “meh” for me, but that’s not the fault of the cast. And, as an occasional location scout, I’ve seen this recurring problem far too often. I mention that in the video… while trying not to tell you too much, and spoil that episode altogether.)
Here’s my review, as a YouTube video. (I apologize for the audio quality. With seasonal allergies, my voice isn’t as reliable or consistent as I’d like, but I wanted to share this review as quickly as possible.)
In this informal video, researcher Fiona Broome reviews “Living for the Dead,” episode by episode. Learn which episodes are best (and why), which one was disappointing, and why this may be the best ghost hunting TV series so far.
And, if you’ve watched the series, I hope you’ll share your opinions in comments, below.