May 09, 2012 07:58 PM by Ryan Haidet
Grant Wilson’s time on Ghost Hunters is quickly dwindling down, so to make his final moments special he investigated with some of the TAPS members one-on-one. It was a way for SyFy to really tease his last investigation, which airs next week. Plus, the ghostly evidence they captured — including a very creepy blood-curdling scream — made the episode worth watching. What other eerie evidence did the TAPS team come up with? Read on to find out!
Many fans have been speculating that Grant is leaving the show due to marital issues mainly because his wedding ring was absent when he made the announcement. I think the network was trying to dispel that rumor tonight because Grant repeatedly talked about honeymooning with his wife near the location they were investigating. Although his comments show he is still connected to his wife, I think these remarks are going to fuel the fire in the rumor mill. I think fans are going to argue this was simply a creative reverse-psychology cover up. What do you think?
For this episode, the TAPS team returned to the Mt. Washington Resort in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. When they were there during season four, they captured some remarkable evidence — most notably a lengthy discussion with a spirit.
Instead of seeking spirits with Jason the entire episode, Grant spent most of his time with other members of the TAPS team while offering them each advice along the way. He started with Tango. “It’s very sad Grant has to go, but we all respect that,” Tango said. “One thing Grant has always taught me, this is a profession, but you have to have fun with it. That’s one thing he’s always taught me.” They started in a room that was extremely active during their previous investigation. Upon their request for a sound, the spirit they were trying to connect with actually knocked when they asked it to. Both guys also heard a blood-curdling scream that sounded a bit muffled. It was truly the creepiest moment in the entire episode that really had no explanation.
During his one-on-one investigation time, Grant was teaching his co-investigators some tricks of the trade. But I found this extremely odd because it was almost like he was teaching them things they should have already known. Why wouldn’t Jason and Grant have instructed their team with every bit of knowledge possible prior to getting into a haunted location? Weird, right? Steve even highlighted that by saying, “We’ve been friends and investigators together for 15 years and learned a lot from him. Still gonna learn from him. I learned something from him tonight.”
Amy was thrilled to get some time to herself with Grant. “This doesn’t happen very often where I get to investigate with Grant,” she said. ” So it’s nice to be able to have on one of these final cases that he has with us. We just kind of reminisced a little bit. … It’s been a wild ride and I owe a lot of that to Grant.”
One other notable piece of evidence came when Jason was sitting by himself monitoring some of the cameras. He spotted a strange heat signature on the thermal imaging camera that made it appear something was sitting at the edge of the bed in room 314. Upon revealing the evidence, it was a moment they captured on two cameras that showed the edge of the bed covers lifting up on their own.
Next week marks Grant Wilson’s final investigation with the TAPS team on the show. Will you be watching? What kind of goodbye are you expecting? Sound off and leave a comment below!
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