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Ghosts in the Hood

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Admit it...who else watched an episode?  : )

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More of a comedy show.

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I missed it but i wanna see it 

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12 hours ago, Olate1 said:

More of a comedy show.

Exactly....very amusing.

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Still hilarious!

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It is funny

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Oh you mean Ghost Brothers. It was entertaining. They came to Seguin just 20 miles from me to investigate the Magnolia Hotel. Might have to drive past the place when I check out the new county library.Ghost Adventures was also there  as well. There is another place in town which is a mansion.They had this year some sort of ghost hunt and during this time let people in the basement which they normally don't do.  Guess it has a nasty ghost i guess. The Weinert House bed and breakfast is said to be haunted by the family that built it, but they aren't scary ghosts or anything so low on the radar.

I'd like to see them and Ghost Adventures check out Yoakum Memorial Hospital in Yoakum, east of Seguin.Its supposed to be haunted. Or maybe Persidio La Bahia in Goliad.

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Those are actually two different shows. Ghost Brothers has some funny moments but Ghosts in the Hood has real comedy gold. 

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