Why So Sad Ghost Hunters?
February 9, 2012Comments are closed.
If you’re a fan of Ghost Hunters, you may have been curious to know why everyone was upset in the preview for next weeks episode. Well, you’re not alone.
In the short clip, Ghost Hunter Steve Gonsalves was seen crying, which he’s only done once before. If you recall, he became emotional during an episode after attempting to board a plane with his fellow cast mates. Steve has an intense fear of flying and somehow, we have a feeling these fears may have a little something to do with next weeks emotional episode, which will reveal “the most shocking news in Ghost Hunters history!”
Now, I’m no insider and I have no idea what happens in next weeks “mid-season” finale, but I believe Steve has decided to leave the incredibly popular series due to the increasing demands placed on the cast and crew to fly all over the country. Most likely, driving cross country just isn’t cutting it anymore for Steve and who knows, maybe a better opportunity is just around the corner.
As you may recall, Steve and his sidekick Dave Tango had their own Ghost Hunters spin-off called Ghost Hunters Academy (2009-2010), but fans of the show missed watching the guys investigate. So, the twosome returned to Ghost Hunters as another member (Kris Williams) left to join Ghost Hunters International. Steve has had to miss out on a few investigations over the years due to his fear of flying and if he is leaving the show, fans will surely miss him.
If Steve is leaving Ghost Hunters, it’s our hope that he will return to the SyFy Network in some other show.
What do you think?
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