“We’re investigating paranormal activity throughout the city, but we’re also trying to uncover historical proof of hauntings” said Henry Flores, Director of Fantasmas.
Flores remembers the exact moment when he became interested in the paranormal. At age seven he had an experience he still carries with him everyday and that memory is the reason he keeps on investigating the unknown.
“I would see a lady just walk by…later on it became dark. I couldn’t see until I looked up at her face, it was black, she had no sockets. I guess i’m just still looking for that face” said Flores.
The Fantasmas have experienced many different encounters. Flores says after all of his investigations little scares him now a days but that wasn’t always the case.
“We were chasing something it went into this old building. We went after it to see if we could find documented proof…i heard it laugh at me. It wasn’t a human laugh. There were bats in the building. It smelled like flesh and rotten blood. Those are the signs that a demon was in an area” said Flores.
Flores is part of the concordia heritage association. For those that cannot handle the idea of investigating and being part of a paranormal team, the cemetery does offer tours. He says the tours always attract the spirits. For more information you can contact Flores at fantasmasonline.tv.
The Fantasmas are recording all of their investigations. They want El Paso to have its very own version of ghosthunters.
Talk about life imitating art. Three soap opera actors will be playing, well, soap opera actors on an upcoming episode of Ghost Whisperer. The Young and the Restless’s Thad Luckinbill (J.T.), Amelia Heinle (Victoria) and The Bold and The Beautiful’s Lesli Kay (Felicia) will be making an appearance on the April 24th episode.
The fictional soap, called Hope’s Edge, will be shooting scenes in Melinda’s antique store and become haunted by a former Hope actor that died under mysterious circumstances.
I don’t know whether to laugh or cry. E! Television has ordered a new reality television pilot that is similar to Sci Fi’s Ghost Hunters in its premise with one notable difference: all the investigators are hot girls.
The fanbase for this show can be split into two groups: those that love hot women and those that hate hot women. The lovers will watch it for the eye candy and the haters will watch to see the eye candy humiliate themselves on camera (which is the purpose of 99% of the reality shows on television anyway).
This sounds like a movie by Adam Sandler’s production company. It’s The House Bunny meets Ghostbusters. Granted, the women are simply competing for a $10,000 prize and not doing any actual investigation. This is such a humorous premise that I would expect it to end with a Blair Witch parody by having one of the women standing in the corner while the camera falls down.