I have a few friends, who are Paranormal Investigators, and because of that I am very weary of Ghost investigation shows. There are things that some of them do, that my friends would never do and the team of Paranormal Lockdown did some of the things you are not supposed to do and it, literally, came back to haunt them.
Tonight at 9p on Destination America, Nick Groff and Katrina Weidman travel across the pond to Yorkshire, England to spend 100 hours, the longest investigation done on any show of this type, in the Black Monk House. A place so haunted that people won’t even go into the house. As soon as they get there, the two of them start to feel things. Things that won’t stop during the full time that they are there. They will hear things that will not only freak them out, they will also freak you out. Things will move, they will attacked and when the 100 hours end, the haunting will still go on for one of them.
The activity is so strong that it will stay with Groff when he is back in The States. Will Weidan be able to vanquish that negative energy?
This two hour special episode is so terrifying, I can’t think of a better way to spend Halloween after you put the kids to sleep. Halloween is all about Ghost stories, why not spend it with a real one. One that is so frightening that you will not be able to sleep tonight. Therefore, you will want to steal some of your kids’ candy to help you stay awake.
TLC edited a video together of the best tantrums from Toddlers & Tiaras and I think it could make the biggest Pro-Lifer change their mind on abortion. I know it reminded me to take my birth control pill because I don’t want one of those. Seriously, that is best PSA for condoms I have ever seen.
Didn’t make you want to never have kids or be around any?
I don’t know about you. but it feels like it has been forever since Toddlers & Tiara has been on TLC. So long, I think the former contestants are old enough to compete in Miss Senior Citizen.
Well the wait is almost over because the show about toddlers competing in pageants will be back on August 24th.
Since we got to know Honey Boo Boo, the pageant world is a lot harder and the stakes are greater. The little girls still have to get their spray tans, hair extensions and waxed, but that is only a fraction of what they have to do. Now their talent has to be competitive as people 6 times their age, get collagen sprays and facial classes. And these girls aren’t even old enough to sit in a car without a booster seat.
To make matters worse, their moms are living vicariously through them and they won’t accept anything less than first place. The competition is fierce, but the mothers are fiercer and because of that it is going to be another great season of 13 episodes filled tears and glitter!
It has been almost 10 years since the world was shocked to find out that 16 year old Jamie Lynn Spears was pregnant. She was America’s little darling starring in her own Nickelodeon show, but the news put an end to it all.
Now she is a recently married mom, in her mid-20’s, ready to get her career back on track. She wants to make a name for herself and not just as Britney Spears’ little sister.
One of the best ways to do that in this day and age is to do a docudrama. On June 26th, TLC is going to give her one hour special called Jamie Lynn Spears: When the Lights Go Out and she will get to tell her side of the story. We will find out what has been going on in her life since she became a mom to Maddie. There has been ups and downs and the special will focus on one of those ups. She was asked to perform at the Grand Ole Opry and we will get to see that performance and all that goes into it.
This should be an interesting special focusing on someone who grew up in front of us and then on her own.
On March 18th, Grandpa John Schnabel passed away at the age of 96 and tonight at 9p Gold Rush is going to honor him with a special tribute episode on Discovery. His grandson Parker will share with us how special his grandfather was not only to him, but to everyone who knew him. That includes us the audience. So tune in for a special that is worth its weight in gold.