I’ve stated before with the Retroist’s Ghostbusters Podcast on the forums that in my youth I wanted very much to be a Parapsychologist. It wasn’t until I started to read up on some of the things that I might “bump” into that I realized I didn’t have the steel to pull that profession off properly. It also didn’t help that I was terrified by reports of ghostly activity at a Toys R Us store in Sunnyvale, California from a 1978 That’s Incredible report!
Well, our friends over at the Syfy Channel were kind enough to send us a new clip from Wednesday’s upcoming episode of Ghost Hunters. Steve Gonsalves and Dave Tango are back to investigate a Bourbon distillery warehouse where it is said that the Kentucky Boss that once managed it may still be doing so…from the other side.
Another thanks to our friends over at the Syfy channel for sending us this preview for a new program set to debut in January, 2012. Entitled Lost Girl, it centers around a woman named Bo (Anna Silk) who sadly ends up killing her boyfriend in her youth, even though she was raised by human parents it turns out that Bo is a succubus (Think of the X-Men’s Rogue but instead of memories and powers she steals a person’s life force).
Lost Girl is an incredibly popular series from Canada and around the world and has been picked up by Syfy for two seasons. Speaking of X-men, sort of, Lost Girl was created and written by Michelle Lovretta who had previously written for the Canadian television series Mutant X back in 2001.
Of course, a big thank you as always to our friends over at the Syfy channel for giving us the heads up on their popular programs as well as for sneak peeks like this one, a new mini-series entitled Neverland.
It is a retelling of the popular myth and characters started by J. M. Barrie back in 1902 in “The Little White Bird”, though only Peter made an appearance in that tale. It wasn’t until 1911 that the characters we all know and love besides Peter Pan, like Captain Hook, Wendy, and the Lost Boys were wider known outside the world of the theater as this was the year that Barrie adapted and expanded the play into the novel, “Peter and Wendy”.
Neverland will debut on the Syfy channel December 4th and 5th at 9/8c.
A big thanks again to our friends over at the Syfy Channel, they’ve just sent us this preview clip for their new show, Monster Man, set to debut in 2012. The reality series is about Cleve Hall (Troll, Ghoulies, TerrorVision) who runs a special effects company alongside his family. You can meet the members of his team by watching the video below.