Everyday is like Ground Hog's Day... its the same **** over and over again!
Posted 17 February 2012 - 01:46 PM
People speculated the show would not last any longer due to the amount of controversy surrounding the show and its investigators. However; IMO no thanks to the controversy it has gotten more people to watch it. Who's to say he is leaving permanently? He could always say; I changed my mind or did what I had to do and come back. Besides, they'll find another excuse to keep the show going by putting together another find the next ghost hunter. BTW... not a fan of the show at all if you could tell! :)
I have enjoyed this show since the beginning. It is a lot of fun to watch and speculate about the sounds and sightings. I like Grant and wish him the best. I will continue to watch Ghost Hunters and still enjoy the show.
As I understand it from the TAPS 18 forum, Grant is still a member of TAPS,The Atlantic Paranormal Society he founded with Jason.It's just he won't be on the show any more. I wouldn't rule out maybe him showing up for something special like a Halloween episode maybe in the future,it's possible. It may be that this was causing family problems,a nd he decided that it wasn't worth all the wear and tear on his family.
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Posted 17 February 2012 - 11:40 PM
When a dog was brought in to find paranormal activity I realized they were no longer trying to find any evidence they simply wanted to entertain. It was severely disheartening. Grant was the my favorite. But yeah I think 2008 or 2009 was the last time I enjoyed the show. Best wishes to grant. He seems like a real good hearted person. Farewell grant. Jason I never trusted you. Farewell GH.
"Though I stand in opposition to you, I am not opposed to you. Night and Day stand in opposition to each other, but they are not opposed to each other -they are merely two halves of the same coin."