In Part 1, the Klinge Brothers and Steve Harris discuss the past couple of years and how they were intimately involved in developing a TV show with a major network based on the success of a new, but familiar show that failed miserably due to the low ratings. They explain in painful but comical detail all the inner workings of a television development deal and how a sure thing is never a sure thing in network TV. They even give a play-by-play of the new episode that wrecked it all.
The Klinge Brothers and Steve Harris have some hilarious thoughts and opinions on History Channel's television show "The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch" which is an area in Utah known around the world for its crazy paranormal activity including UFO sightings, but the brothers also tell a few tales of personal UFO encounters over their lives and even during the filming of Ghost Lab.
Once sworn enemies, the Klinge Brothers have since become good friends with Jason Hawes, formerly of Ghost Hunters. Now that Jason has a new show called Ghost Nation on the Travel Channel, the brothers take an open and honest look at how Jason and team portrays the paranormal in their new show, and do not hold back on their opinions.
The Klinge Brothers are well known for their television show "Ghost Lab" on the Discovery Channel, but no episode was more memorable to fans than when they hunted the ghost of Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth. The brothers and Steve talk about the episode, what the did and didn't like about the editing, and share their usual hilarious stories about behind the scenes of filming that episode.
The Klinge Brothers and Steve discuss their personal experiences with paranormal investigations of the past that didn't go exactly as planned. FUBAR is the only way to describe it, and if you don't know what that means, look it up. Listen as the boys tell hysterical stories before, during, and after their time on Ghost Lab.
The Klinge Brothers were known for butting heads with the big network producers on their show Ghost Lab, and on this episode, they tell some of the more interesting and funny stories. Hollywood quickly learned you don't mess with Texas and you don't mess with the Klinge Brothers--especially if it could compromise their integrity.
The Klinge Brothers and Steve Harris recount funny stories on how their production crew on the Ghost Lab tv show were sometimes unwillingly exposed to harrowing paranormal occurrences--some caused by ghosts and the others caused by the brothers themselves. There is no limit to the measures they would go to capture paranormal activity, and they probably enjoyed the fear they caused a little too much.
Brad and Barry talk dirt on the show Paranormal 911 and expose the fabricated stories they air as fact through a first hand experience.
The Klinge Brothers and Steve Harris talked about this little incident on the May 17th, 2020 episode of Death, Texas, and Tacos entitled "FUBAR Investigations". On an investigation of the WOAI news studio in San Antonio during the infancy of Everyday Paranormal (2008), a self-proclaimed psychic and WICCAN who was on the team decided to conjure up some paranormal activity in the best way she knew how. The Klinge Brothers also detail this incident in their book "Chasing Ghosts Texas Style". This is the actual DVR footage from that incident with color commentary from the bros.
This Ghost Lab clip is discussed in the DTT episode called "UFOs and MOFOs. During the filming of our Ghost Lab episode at Alcatraz in the late summer of 2009, our camera crew unknowingly captured something unidentified zipping across the clear sky over San Francisco Bay. This was not noticed until the show aired in late 2009, and was reported by a viewer. It is not a bird, or a plane, and it's definitely not Superman! You will see it in the shot right after Brad says "we're going to prison!"
This is our friend Pat. He was the driver of the Ghost Lab and the one featured in the Ghost Episode Season 1 "The Smell of Fear" who we about scared to death. We also talk about this in the DTT episode called "Scardy Cats". This is footage from 2008 before we did Ghost Lab that shows what you saw and what we are describing are not exaggerations.