Deep South Paranormal

TV review by Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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age 12+

Reality ghost hunts are creepy, salty, but entertaining.

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Pseudoscience and "Reality TV" hits another all new low. This series has no redeeming value whatsoever. The main characters are horrific stereotypes of southerners. The dialogue is contrived, grammar is dreadful all adding up to poor obscure working class folks being exploited by a network who are scraping the bottom of the barrel for ad dollars while viewers either snicker at the casts' expense or just turn the channel in disgust. Trust me, you must have something more productive to do with an hour of your life... like picking lint balls off of old sweaters.

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Too much consumerism

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