The thing about 'Most Haunted' is that it is a show produced by the BBC. The BBC is very big on sensationalism and stuff. They want the viewers to be scared or at least entertained. They don't really care about being scientific or anything because they feel thats boring and won't bring in the ratings. This is how it is on 'Haunted Famous' as well.Originally Posted by alphabassetgrrl
Recently my team was in LA and did Valentinos grave and the house where Sharron Tate is 'supposed' to haunt (2 doors down from where she was killed... why she wanted to move is beyond me). The team set up some recording equipment at Valentinos grave and then went away. No one was around that area except for the BBC crew and the 3 members of my team. They insisted on doing a seance with our 3 team members so they were pretty much accounted for at all times. After the seance, they found that several things had changed around the gravesite. Pennies that were placed on his headstone had been moved and other stuff had been moved around. The BBC crew all acted like 'oh my god.. proof of supernatural events at his grave' and really hyped it up on camera. When we played our tapes back, we heard the sounds of someone walking up to the gravesite, but not coming close enough to really hear them. We then heard the sounds of pennies being moved and the sound of pennies hitting the concrete around where the grave was. Video footage showed that there was someone just outside of the view of the camera with a wire hanger moving the pennies and tossing a few more onto the grave site. After thinking about it, they (my team) recalled that during the seance, the shows producer was unaccounted for. We feel pretty confident that he's the one who did it for the whole 'sensationalism' factor the BBC loves.