Talking Ghost Nation Season 2 with Steve Gonsalves and Dave Tango
Tattoos, merged houses, true crime, and ghost hunting was just some of what Dave, Tango, and I talked about.
What does Tango want more of and says he'll get someday but hasn't yet?
Why does Steve feel maybe we shouldn't be trying to get entities to leave? What sort of things does he suggest people living in haunted places do instead?
Why did Steve say the EMF fluctuation they encountered in the basement at Seaview Terrace in Newport, Rhode Island, was unlike anything he'd ever experienced before? And what mystery did this solve for Tango when I asked about that?
Have they been filming during the COVID-19 pandemic, and if so are they following any specific protocols?
Do they notice any differences between ghosts in wealthy people's houses compared to ordinary people's homes?
I noticed there seemed to be two common themes between the "Evil Ink" and "Reunion in Hell" episodes (both of which I got to screen ahead of time): merged houses and true crime connections. Will viewers see more of that in the rest of season 2? Does the Ghost Nation gang like the intrigue, mystery, and piecing puzzles together aspect of paranormal investigations? What is their favorite part of all of that?
Speaking of putting pieces together, what does Tango say was "Frankensteined" together this season?
Listen to find out the answers to these questions and more.
Also included is a preview clip from the "Evil Ink" episode, courtesy of Travel Channel.
For more Ghost Nation info, visit: https://www.travelchannel.com/shows/ghost-nation.
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