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BY AMANDA POOLE Four episodes into the new season and the Ghost Hunters International team decided that when it comes to hunting Mayan spirits, there will be blood.If you missed the episode that has people talking, here is the rundown: Location: The Cahal Pech Mayan ruins in San Ignacio, Belize History: The ruins of this ancient Mayan temple date back to 1200BC.Scott Tepperman also had an experience of the sensation of being touched, only his felt like scratches on his neck, but there was no evidence showing on his neck.Later, Fitz Gerald and Williams were walking through the plaza when they thought they saw a shadow.He has since had over three decades of experience as an investigator of the supernatural.Strangely, someone wrote that Fitzgerald mysteriously vanished in 2016 during a covert expedition within the Iron Mountains in Ireland, searching for a Neolithic doorway to an other-world written about in an 8th-century manuscript recently uncovered in Trinity College, Dublin.Honestly, are television executives that woefully ignorant of the increase in teenagers engaging in ‘cutting? I have no idea, but it just doesn’t seem like a great idea having a cutting/bloodletting session included in our ‘entertainment.’ You know -- just in case.One thing that the Ghost Hunters International team did manage to do though with this controversial segment of the show was to show some of the attitudes of the cast members.
On Twitter, Kris Williams called "f---ing stupdid," apologized to the fans and said "investigators should also take in consideration the kids at home watching." TAPS team leader Jason Hawes supported Williams on the matter and added that kids at home may "try what they see." So, the question remains, will there be more fallout from the episode?
Williams said it kind of sounded like thunder, but seemed too low to the ground.
Paul Bradford walkied in from the temple verifying he heard it too, but none of them could quite explain where it was coming from. Describing it as fingers running down his left side.
The flapping of the wings sounded the same as the footsteps they were hearing.
They did however capture a very clear EVP of a male’s voice saying, "Pedro not here." Pedro was the client who called GHI in to investigate.