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Our Unbelievable Night at Haunted Langham Hotel

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Samko be right here with us on good day
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this morning our next guests have
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cultivated quite the following this time
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we took ourselves and our friends to the
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UK this is our scariest one yet like by
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far no I don't really get scared like
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whenever we film it depends on the place
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it changes you for a long time like I
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was basically an atheist but the more
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and more we do paranormal investigations
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and everything I believe there is
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something out there that's awesome we
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captured this we want to show as many
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people as possible
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you wouldn't for choice youtubers what's
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up guys it's Sam and Colby welcome back
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to our next series gonna international
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this time and speaking of we just
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finished buying the tickets for our next
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trip we came all the way over to our
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friend's birthday party because Corey
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and Jake are both here right now so
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we're gonna Surprise them with the news
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yes
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[Music]
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oh darling step and cowboy boots and
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this comes out in the month that trends
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gonna be dead
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that trend died two years ago if we're
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talking dog ears I never learned it
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smell second ghost
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couple months ago when I first talked
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about this we said we were gonna go one
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international but two to the most
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haunted places in the world so after
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doing some research there was a country
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this is actually the most haunted
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country in the entire world what that
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means is there is more ghosts or
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paranormal activity per capita than any
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other place ever it's the home of the
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Black Death killing tens of thousands of
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people we're going England oh my god
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wait no this is not real where are the
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cameras okay hold up Queen Elizabeth
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Queen Mary I learned this in your class
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Queen Elizabeth is Queen Mary and that's
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the Bloody Mary Queen Mary Queen Mary
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from the ship yeah that's something we
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didn't tell you guys but the home of the
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Queen Mary the one that we all know is
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in England you're barking up the wrong
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tree brother going to the home of Queen
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Mary guys are you excited let's freakin
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catch some ghosts international goes we
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went to the Queen Mary ship mm-hmm do we
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all agree that was like the craziest
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investigation
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you're anything that's almost ever
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happened definitely wait now we're going
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to her house what's gonna happen is we
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are now not as haunted or not haunted at
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all so we're just going there to invest
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to reopen it okay so where are we going
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are we going to her house we're going
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here I'm going to her country we will be
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surprised what you guys can do yeah you
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can't know about something boat yeah
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it's just they will get their surprise
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this with traumatic experiences thanks
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that's what we do best
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pack your bags or going to London baby I
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see haunted a ship imagine what our
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house is gonna be she on the flattened
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boat what do you think our house is
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gonna be listen guys we're gonna be fine
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because we have the power of friendship
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yes friendship come defeat and he goes
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out there in the entire world ready 1 2
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3 friendship
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nothing could be fresh improper
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brahmasmi and and a brick wall
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Hager maker brick I'm aside for new
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ventures yo give this video a big fat
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like if you think between dumb thing
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look at how different the condoms look
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here are you guys gonna be safe driving
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on the opposite side of the road oh my
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god I didn't even think about that the
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steering wheel Bravo Oh No how are we
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gonna how we're gonna do this right from
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the left all right you're gonna drive
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okay we're gonna make you drive on the
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opposite side you all your hands have to
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be like this so I just kind of wait yeah
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we're in London all right be careful
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we're screwed Wow we don't have
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insurance you're not supposed to turn
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that way there's only an arrow pointing
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that way
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oh dude dude ran over my foot water back
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forward and over my feet you open this
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[Laughter]
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all right let's go we're putting a lot
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of trust in you you gotta actually pay
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attention and be careful because we
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don't have insurance on the store Tim
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you're going to get insurance Jim Kolbe
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the steering wheel back why'd he take it
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oh yeah yeah no everything's all set I'm
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gonna crash oh god that's people - come
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on away Oh
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we don't even have service in here
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they're like fine where we're going said
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we gotta drive like everyone's against
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you okay
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doesn't even know where we're going my
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kayui brother alright boys so this is
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what we're doing going to the Langham
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Hotel which is known as the most haunted
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hotel in the UK and also top ten in the
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whole world yeah that's fine that's
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great hey let's go on a trip we're not
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haunted anymore let's go to the most
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haunted hotel in the world yeah I
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thought you said you were ready for
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bigger bigger things I know but like
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there's a difference from like
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investigating and then like you being
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asleep and a demon taking over your body
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if you can't help it cuz you're asleep
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I actually belong to the Abba
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international order of Exorcist I'm a
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demonologist the thing that the hallways
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our problem is no matter where we go
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like it always just seems to like we
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catch something every time well you
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could be stuck being in this medium
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world in our last series the origin we
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talked to those guys like a demonologist
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he says he's white we're a lot better at
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it than normal and he thinks we have a
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gift
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so this whole trip is trying to prove
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that our group is the best ghost hunters
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on YouTube and because of that we are
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meeting with two paranormal experts
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who've been studying
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paranormal and demonology for years and
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we're doing an interview here in an hour
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yes the best because we wanted to get
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professionals into this because we're
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just little little boys babies just died
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why most of it was a car literally in
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our lane coming straight at us you can
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drive on any Lane here I'm just gonna
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take this one
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I'm laying ham Hotel most haunted place
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CBC big big brown what oh here we go
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yeah thank you so much my bags we'll see
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in the room so we have a reservation
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under gold are we put in a request we
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don't know is being able to be fulfilled
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but we're trying to do room 333
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absolutely
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you've been out good to be nothing oh
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really okay sweet they said we didn't it
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so that's perfect we heard online that
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room 333 was like haunted or something
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like that
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is this why you have the the camera yeah
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there is the legend yes have you heard
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anything about that we can tell you that
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my deeply personal in one year that I've
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been here I didn't have any complaints
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and so on
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complain yeah but you can check maybe
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stay there with a camera you guys don't
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mind being filmed right fast-forward a
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little bit guys we just checked into the
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hotel we want to reintroduce you guys
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formally can you state your name and
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what she kind of deal and the
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spontaneous cases Committee of the
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Society for psychical research founded
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in London in 1862 whoa all right
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my name is Rosie a Carol I'm a member of
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the ghost club sweet my name is Sam this
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is Colby Jake and Corey we're coming for
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our Channel
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but these guys are always into it and
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whoa there's so many millions of cracks
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everywhere yeah guys we're just gonna
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hear a bunch of cracks throughout the
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entire interview but right as we turned
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around from checking in you guys are
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asking us about room 333 we just rented
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out room 3 300 everybody stupid we don't
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even have any told them why that's a
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significant number but do you guys know
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much about room 3 3 here in the Lancome
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hotel where the story goes that's a
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Victorian doctor spent the night in room
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33 with his bride it was his wedding
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night who knows the circumstances but
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the story goes he actually murdered his
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bride
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three three sir
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fast forward now to 1973 and the
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journalist James Alexander Gordon was
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staying in room three three three whoa
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he's waking in the middle of the night
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and it said he saw a fluorescent ball of
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lights that slowly formed into the
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figure of a man but there was something
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strange about this man
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he was dressed in full evening suit very
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smart but the bottom half his legs were
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actually missing
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now Robert returnless actually tried to
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speak with the figure but the figure
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didn't speak to him he just walked
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towards him with his arms open
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I wish brilliant the journalist ran off
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as most people would the other story
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that's associated with the room is there
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was a famous cricketer he was staying at
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the room and in the middle of the night
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he was woken by the sound of taps
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turning on he went into the bathroom
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water was gushing out through the tax do
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you guys know what else happened with
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the faucets motives we know we had a
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pretty crazy experience at the Queen
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Mary in Long Beach California a while
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back but anyway continued story okay
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well story guys turned off the taps
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went back to the bed what he could hear
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was still the sound of running water
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gushing out it's not so you know the
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house the interesting thing is like when
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I hear a story like that there's a
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theory that ghosts are a tape recording
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in some way and quite often when they
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you can only see half of the body it's
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possible that maybe the floors been
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slightly lowered raised at some point
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can you explain that a little more
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the ghosts or apparitions or anything
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could be a tape recording what do you
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mean by that one theory is some certain
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types of students possibly associated
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with a damp atmosphere as well and kind
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of hold a particularly traumatic
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experience and we play it like a tape
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recording under certain circumstances
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you can't really communicate with them
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but that's why you get to ghost is the
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same walk and maybe walk to a wall
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what I do I'll make it be one time so
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you can't interact with it because it's
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literally just a thing that's playing
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over and over again of a night of an
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experience yeah that's interesting I
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never thought of it like that that makes
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a lot more sense you know a lot of the
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things that we experience have to do
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with each other but I don't know if we
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see repetitive stuff overnight I mean
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you see the same shadow figure often
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doing the same thing okay so we don't
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have to that's true if you talk about it
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that gives it energy and it makes it
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more active and makes it more go to you
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yeah see that's why I don't talk about
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overall do you guys believe that the
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Langham hotel is haunted
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having not stayed here myself I hadn't
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paid for my death there's saving a lot
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of stories and the fact that there's
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also a story about Butler and Napoleon
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and the butler's on the third floor as
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well very beautiful we have two rooms on
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the third floor I also had that a German
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princess meant to have jumped out of the
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window and his ghost is also seen but
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you know with every theory with every
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story you want to go in yourselfer and
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find out and see if you actually sense
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anything or see anything because you
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know stories can't get changed over the
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years I think you guys will be in a
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better position to tell us after a
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couple of days can you guys pick up on
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energies is that something that you
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think you're gifted with or is it more
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just like you Ghost Hunters like us I
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can sometimes pick up on energy or
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especially when I kind of just go into a
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room for a first time sometimes I get a
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real sense of all something's here and
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then it tends to sort of fade away so I
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can pick up all the feelings but I I
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don't necessarily know what what's
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causing it but like walking in here did
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you feel anything or was no no when I
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first came into anything
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it into the house I have you a nurse are
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you guys ever like concerned about your
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safety of putting yourselves in these
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dangerous situations I'm not because
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there is deep down there's no real
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history let's assume in the paranormal
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which is kind of a question itself but
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there's no real history of anyone coming
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to serious harm and pull together
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probably the potential them of scary
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phenomena nobody has as far as I can see
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other than the odd scratch in the armor
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what have you come to serious harm and
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that's always a good place to start if
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somebody's being scared by it I hope I'm
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not going to prove the exception I do
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think if somebody's kind of a bit
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mentally fragile getting involved in
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ghost hunting could be potentially
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dangerous especially things like Ouija
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boards people can get drawn into that
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horrible things coming through Ouija
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boards that have quite upset people
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whether they're true or not the people
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involved certainly believed they had got
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in touch with something you were not in
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your head like hundreds like for like
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six years I've played with Ouija boards
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in my house growing up house that I
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lived in for play like 16 years like we
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haunted it it probably got haunted when
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I was like 10 or 11 cuz that's when like
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I first discovered a Ouija board and
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started playing with it and then after
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that it became like a party trick I
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would just have my friends come over and
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be like hey look at this I'm gonna talk
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to ghosts and then I would say something
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on the Ouija board the lights would
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flicker like my closet wouldn't open
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when I was younger I didn't know that 3
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a.m. was like that serious but it is but
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we would put my phone in the hallway and
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put it to record only audio every time
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we pull it into the room to listen we
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would catch like whispers and to the
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phone like yeah that good save root of 3
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3 3 and 3 I am great times that by to
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get 666 oh my god you said you were like
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slightly skeptical do you believe in
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ghosts they thought that there might be
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something else is kind of fascinates
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everybody obviously reading about it and
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hearing about it fascinates them still
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and if you want to take it one stage
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further actually investigating and
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trying to find out even just convincing
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myself would be absolutely fascinating
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that's why we do it especially a cold
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man I've been on we were very very
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skeptical but over the years like just
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seeing all this it kind of makes us
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believe in more in kind
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you know like you said like the fact
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there is a mystery something greater out
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there it's kind of rewarding so I guess
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the last question would be what advice
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would you have for people like us we
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don't really know what we're doing we're
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just doing our YouTube thing so any
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advice first of all always keeping in
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mind if a friend or a colleague is in
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genuine trouble and obviously put away
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the cameras and it's about them don't
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use too much equipment most people don't
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know how what they're trying to record
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and that would be my first level of
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answering the question okay the second
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level is some have a copy of my old book
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oh thank you so much my advice for
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gustan is is don't go stunt on your own
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because anything you see you need a
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witness you it's no good you saying I've
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seen a ghost but if two people see the
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same go student same thing then it
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becomes interesting and then I'd also
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say keep the camera running because the
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number of times I've saturated with the
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tape recorder turned off that's when the
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noise this happen yeah because I don't
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think guys necessarily wanna be yeah
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caught on camera or make contact you
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know yeah yeah and a lot of times you
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could just be having a normal
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conversation and something will happen
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say well again thank you so much where
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can they find you I know you can find
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you through your book but if you Google
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Society for psychical research it will
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come up and the guys condom ignite 18
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1861 thank you so much for information
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research how to use that and our
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adventures try to be more safe with that
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what you guys think about those people
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I'm pretty cool oh that was pretty cool
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doesn't really mean but I feel like big
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peepee big peepee let's clap for the big
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I feel like they looked at us or like
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amateurs you guys don't even know how it
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goes I know but it was interesting how
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he said he was slightly skeptical even
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though that was his job oh my god I feel
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like being skeptical was part of being a
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professional but the one thing that he
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was scared of was room 333 across the
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street
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let's do er I'm spending that in the
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most haunted hotel in the world just
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kidding
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hello mateys oh wait that's ostrich
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what's up guys it's Sammy Cole Beach
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that way I don't know if you guys can
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notice or not but we all got a little
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bit of souvenirs I got the Queen and I
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am his queen oh so he pretty much got me
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Sam we decided we wanted to give you
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guys a little bit of history and tell
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you a bit of the scary stories and scary
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things that have happened here back in
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1776 George Washington defines the
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Declaration of Independence with his
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foreskin hair the hotel was built in
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1865 so five hundred rooms all
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supposedly haunted now and as you guys
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heard from the earlier interview there's
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been a lot of different types of ghosts
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I was someone commit suicide oh yes yes
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no the dude the dude killed his wife
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here in room 33 in our room in room
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three three three that's like the main
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two it's like you said the German Prince
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stayed here and jumped out of his window
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also a doctor not only killed his wife
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in the room that we're staying in then
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also killed himself no that's just the
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stuff that happens in 333 but all of the
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third floor is the most haunted I was
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reading this online it's so hot that you
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like can't sleep at night cricket teams
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stay here during their competitions and
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they like always reports that they can't
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fall asleep especially before games and
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they just get that so weird
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dude is hot right now it's like it's
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amber that's a big fit right there
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that's a minecraft dude that's what
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that's what little pomp in Congo
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some kind of like the Biltmore Hotel and
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the Stanley Hotel this is another prank
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was that he's haunted that we have a
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bunch of scary equipment and ghost
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equipment stuff so we'll probably just
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play like the waiting game tonight see
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if anything happens a set of literally
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summoning demons and putting ourselves
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in danger did you hear that
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no well is that another ghost did you
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actually hear something
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it goes a lot I heard like like an
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animal of some sort
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why guys I literally just found this egg
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what's your name do you know with all
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that display right there even though
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we're messing around now we are wanting
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to be a more professional this trip
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actually gonna try to find out if this
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place is haunted like they said it's
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case by case we don't know if
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everything's paranormal a lot of things
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that have been in the past happen for
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normal but hey right now could be just a
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myth so let's go find out she is Cheers
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three three three let's go
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we just hit level three and we told the
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concierge to bring up all the luggage oh
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my god I just asked a worker which way
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her own 333 was and he goes oh room 333
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it's that way
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well I guess so reluctantly why couldn't
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he just say that way I know he news
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liking was like why are y'all stand-in
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three through three that was like the
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look on his face coming wait wait
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it's that way yes and look at all these
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random and painting that's like what is
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that stretch dude again the same exact
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paintings too is that creepy room 3 3 3
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I got butterflies I got butterflies oh
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don't look behind you but there's a
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ghost
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alright so this is the most haunted room
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in the most haunted hotel in all of
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London room 3 3 3 and it doesn't very
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good
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Oh
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it was like he caught up and came here I
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swear on my Oh with him
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if my little brother is seeing the
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shadow man right now then yeah this is a
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big or little magician
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what what's wrong
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Samko be right here with us on good day
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this morning our next guests have
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cultivated quite the following this time
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we took ourselves and our friends to the
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UK this is our scariest one yet like by
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far no I don't really get scared like
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whenever we film it depends on the place
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it changes you for a long time like I
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was basically an atheist but the more
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and more we do paranormal investigations
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and everything I believe there is
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something out there that's awesome we
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captured this we want to show as many
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people as possible
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you wouldn't for choice youtubers what's
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up guys it's Sam and Colby welcome back
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to our next series gonna international
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this time and speaking of we just
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finished buying the tickets for our next
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trip we came all the way over to our
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friend's birthday party because Corey
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and Jake are both here right now so
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we're gonna Surprise them with the news
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yes
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oh darling step and cowboy boots and
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this comes out in the month that trends
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gonna be dead
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that trend died two years ago if we're
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talking dog ears I never learned it
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smell second ghost
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couple months ago when I first talked
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about this we said we were gonna go one
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international but two to the most
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haunted places in the world so after
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doing some research there was a country
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this is actually the most haunted
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country in the entire world what that
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means is there is more ghosts or
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paranormal activity per capita than any
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other place ever it's the home of the
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Black Death killing tens of thousands of
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people we're going England oh my god
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wait no this is not real where are the
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cameras okay hold up Queen Elizabeth
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Queen Mary I learned this in your class
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Queen Elizabeth is Queen Mary and that's
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the Bloody Mary Queen Mary Queen Mary
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from the ship yeah that's something we
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didn't tell you guys but the home of the
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Queen Mary the one that we all know is
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in England you're barking up the wrong
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tree brother going to the home of Queen
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Mary guys are you excited let's freakin
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catch some ghosts international goes we
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went to the Queen Mary ship mm-hmm do we
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all agree that was like the craziest
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investigation
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you're anything that's almost ever
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happened definitely wait now we're going
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to her house what's gonna happen is we
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are now not as haunted or not haunted at
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all so we're just going there to invest
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to reopen it okay so where are we going
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are we going to her house we're going
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here I'm going to her country we will be
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surprised what you guys can do yeah you
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can't know about something boat yeah
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it's just they will get their surprise
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this with traumatic experiences thanks
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that's what we do best
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pack your bags or going to London baby I
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see haunted a ship imagine what our
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house is gonna be she on the flattened
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boat what do you think our house is
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gonna be listen guys we're gonna be fine
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because we have the power of friendship
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yes friendship come defeat and he goes
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out there in the entire world ready 1 2
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3 friendship
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nothing could be fresh improper
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brahmasmi and and a brick wall
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Hager maker brick I'm aside for new
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ventures yo give this video a big fat
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like if you think between dumb thing
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look at how different the condoms look
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here are you guys gonna be safe driving
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on the opposite side of the road oh my
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god I didn't even think about that the
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steering wheel Bravo Oh No how are we
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gonna how we're gonna do this right from
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the left all right you're gonna drive
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okay we're gonna make you drive on the
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opposite side you all your hands have to
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be like this so I just kind of wait yeah
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we're in London all right be careful
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we're screwed Wow we don't have
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insurance you're not supposed to turn
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that way there's only an arrow pointing
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that way
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oh dude dude ran over my foot water back
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forward and over my feet you open this
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all right let's go we're putting a lot
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of trust in you you gotta actually pay
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attention and be careful because we
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don't have insurance on the store Tim
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you're going to get insurance Jim Kolbe
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the steering wheel back why'd he take it
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oh yeah yeah no everything's all set I'm
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gonna crash oh god that's people - come
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on away Oh
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we don't even have service in here
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they're like fine where we're going said
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we gotta drive like everyone's against
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you okay
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doesn't even know where we're going my
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kayui brother alright boys so this is
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what we're doing going to the Langham
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Hotel which is known as the most haunted
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hotel in the UK and also top ten in the
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whole world yeah that's fine that's
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great hey let's go on a trip we're not
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haunted anymore let's go to the most
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haunted hotel in the world yeah I
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thought you said you were ready for
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bigger bigger things I know but like
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there's a difference from like
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investigating and then like you being
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asleep and a demon taking over your body
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if you can't help it cuz you're asleep
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I actually belong to the Abba
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international order of Exorcist I'm a
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demonologist the thing that the hallways
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our problem is no matter where we go
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like it always just seems to like we
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catch something every time well you
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could be stuck being in this medium
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world in our last series the origin we
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talked to those guys like a demonologist
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he says he's white we're a lot better at
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it than normal and he thinks we have a
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gift
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so this whole trip is trying to prove
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that our group is the best ghost hunters
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on YouTube and because of that we are
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meeting with two paranormal experts
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who've been studying
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paranormal and demonology for years and
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we're doing an interview here in an hour
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yes the best because we wanted to get
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professionals into this because we're
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just little little boys babies just died
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why most of it was a car literally in
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our lane coming straight at us you can
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drive on any Lane here I'm just gonna
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take this one
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I'm laying ham Hotel most haunted place
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CBC big big brown what oh here we go
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yeah thank you so much my bags we'll see
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in the room so we have a reservation
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under gold are we put in a request we
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don't know is being able to be fulfilled
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but we're trying to do room 333
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absolutely
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you've been out good to be nothing oh
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really okay sweet they said we didn't it
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so that's perfect we heard online that
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room 333 was like haunted or something
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like that
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is this why you have the the camera yeah
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there is the legend yes have you heard
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anything about that we can tell you that
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my deeply personal in one year that I've
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been here I didn't have any complaints
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and so on
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complain yeah but you can check maybe
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stay there with a camera you guys don't
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mind being filmed right fast-forward a
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little bit guys we just checked into the
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hotel we want to reintroduce you guys
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formally can you state your name and
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what she kind of deal and the
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spontaneous cases Committee of the
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Society for psychical research founded
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in London in 1862 whoa all right
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my name is Rosie a Carol I'm a member of
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the ghost club sweet my name is Sam this
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is Colby Jake and Corey we're coming for
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our Channel
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but these guys are always into it and
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whoa there's so many millions of cracks
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everywhere yeah guys we're just gonna
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hear a bunch of cracks throughout the
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entire interview but right as we turned
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around from checking in you guys are
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asking us about room 333 we just rented
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out room 3 300 everybody stupid we don't
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even have any told them why that's a
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significant number but do you guys know
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much about room 3 3 here in the Lancome
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hotel where the story goes that's a
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Victorian doctor spent the night in room
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33 with his bride it was his wedding
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night who knows the circumstances but
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the story goes he actually murdered his
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bride
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three three sir
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fast forward now to 1973 and the
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journalist James Alexander Gordon was
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staying in room three three three whoa
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he's waking in the middle of the night
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and it said he saw a fluorescent ball of
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lights that slowly formed into the
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figure of a man but there was something
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strange about this man
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he was dressed in full evening suit very
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smart but the bottom half his legs were
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actually missing
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now Robert returnless actually tried to
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speak with the figure but the figure
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didn't speak to him he just walked
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towards him with his arms open
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I wish brilliant the journalist ran off
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as most people would the other story
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that's associated with the room is there
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was a famous cricketer he was staying at
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the room and in the middle of the night
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he was woken by the sound of taps
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turning on he went into the bathroom
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water was gushing out through the tax do
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you guys know what else happened with
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the faucets motives we know we had a
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pretty crazy experience at the Queen
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Mary in Long Beach California a while
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back but anyway continued story okay
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well story guys turned off the taps
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went back to the bed what he could hear
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was still the sound of running water
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gushing out it's not so you know the
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house the interesting thing is like when
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I hear a story like that there's a
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theory that ghosts are a tape recording
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in some way and quite often when they
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you can only see half of the body it's
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possible that maybe the floors been
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slightly lowered raised at some point
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can you explain that a little more
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the ghosts or apparitions or anything
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could be a tape recording what do you
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mean by that one theory is some certain
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types of students possibly associated
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with a damp atmosphere as well and kind
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of hold a particularly traumatic
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experience and we play it like a tape
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recording under certain circumstances
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you can't really communicate with them
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but that's why you get to ghost is the
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same walk and maybe walk to a wall
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what I do I'll make it be one time so
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you can't interact with it because it's
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literally just a thing that's playing
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over and over again of a night of an
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experience yeah that's interesting I
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never thought of it like that that makes
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a lot more sense you know a lot of the
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things that we experience have to do
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with each other but I don't know if we
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see repetitive stuff overnight I mean
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you see the same shadow figure often
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doing the same thing okay so we don't
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have to that's true if you talk about it
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that gives it energy and it makes it
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more active and makes it more go to you
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yeah see that's why I don't talk about
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overall do you guys believe that the
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Langham hotel is haunted
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having not stayed here myself I hadn't
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paid for my death there's saving a lot
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of stories and the fact that there's
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also a story about Butler and Napoleon
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and the butler's on the third floor as
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well very beautiful we have two rooms on
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the third floor I also had that a German
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princess meant to have jumped out of the
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window and his ghost is also seen but
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you know with every theory with every
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story you want to go in yourselfer and
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find out and see if you actually sense
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anything or see anything because you
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know stories can't get changed over the
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years I think you guys will be in a
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better position to tell us after a
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couple of days can you guys pick up on
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energies is that something that you
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think you're gifted with or is it more
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just like you Ghost Hunters like us I
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can sometimes pick up on energy or
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especially when I kind of just go into a
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room for a first time sometimes I get a
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real sense of all something's here and
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then it tends to sort of fade away so I
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can pick up all the feelings but I I
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don't necessarily know what what's
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causing it but like walking in here did
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you feel anything or was no no when I
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first came into anything
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it into the house I have you a nurse are
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you guys ever like concerned about your
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safety of putting yourselves in these
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dangerous situations I'm not because
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there is deep down there's no real
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history let's assume in the paranormal
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which is kind of a question itself but
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there's no real history of anyone coming
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to serious harm and pull together
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probably the potential them of scary
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phenomena nobody has as far as I can see
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other than the odd scratch in the armor
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what have you come to serious harm and
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that's always a good place to start if
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somebody's being scared by it I hope I'm
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not going to prove the exception I do
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think if somebody's kind of a bit
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mentally fragile getting involved in
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ghost hunting could be potentially
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dangerous especially things like Ouija
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boards people can get drawn into that
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horrible things coming through Ouija
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boards that have quite upset people
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whether they're true or not the people
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involved certainly believed they had got
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in touch with something you were not in
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your head like hundreds like for like
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six years I've played with Ouija boards
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in my house growing up house that I
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lived in for play like 16 years like we
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haunted it it probably got haunted when
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I was like 10 or 11 cuz that's when like
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I first discovered a Ouija board and
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started playing with it and then after
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that it became like a party trick I
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would just have my friends come over and
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be like hey look at this I'm gonna talk
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to ghosts and then I would say something
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on the Ouija board the lights would
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flicker like my closet wouldn't open
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when I was younger I didn't know that 3
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a.m. was like that serious but it is but
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we would put my phone in the hallway and
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put it to record only audio every time
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we pull it into the room to listen we
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would catch like whispers and to the
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phone like yeah that good save root of 3
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3 3 and 3 I am great times that by to
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get 666 oh my god you said you were like
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slightly skeptical do you believe in
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ghosts they thought that there might be
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something else is kind of fascinates
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everybody obviously reading about it and
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hearing about it fascinates them still
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and if you want to take it one stage
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further actually investigating and
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trying to find out even just convincing
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myself would be absolutely fascinating
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that's why we do it especially a cold
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man I've been on we were very very
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skeptical but over the years like just
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seeing all this it kind of makes us
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believe in more in kind
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you know like you said like the fact
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there is a mystery something greater out
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there it's kind of rewarding so I guess
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the last question would be what advice
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would you have for people like us we
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don't really know what we're doing we're
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just doing our YouTube thing so any
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advice first of all always keeping in
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mind if a friend or a colleague is in
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genuine trouble and obviously put away
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the cameras and it's about them don't
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use too much equipment most people don't
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know how what they're trying to record
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and that would be my first level of
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answering the question okay the second
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level is some have a copy of my old book
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oh thank you so much my advice for
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gustan is is don't go stunt on your own
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because anything you see you need a
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witness you it's no good you saying I've
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seen a ghost but if two people see the
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same go student same thing then it
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becomes interesting and then I'd also
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say keep the camera running because the
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number of times I've saturated with the
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tape recorder turned off that's when the
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noise this happen yeah because I don't
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think guys necessarily wanna be yeah
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caught on camera or make contact you
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know yeah yeah and a lot of times you
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could just be having a normal
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conversation and something will happen
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say well again thank you so much where
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can they find you I know you can find
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you through your book but if you Google
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Society for psychical research it will
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come up and the guys condom ignite 18
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1861 thank you so much for information
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research how to use that and our
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adventures try to be more safe with that
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what you guys think about those people
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I'm pretty cool oh that was pretty cool
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doesn't really mean but I feel like big
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peepee big peepee let's clap for the big
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I feel like they looked at us or like
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amateurs you guys don't even know how it
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goes I know but it was interesting how
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he said he was slightly skeptical even
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though that was his job oh my god I feel
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like being skeptical was part of being a
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professional but the one thing that he
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was scared of was room 333 across the
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street
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let's do er I'm spending that in the
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most haunted hotel in the world just
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kidding
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hello mateys oh wait that's ostrich
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what's up guys it's Sammy Cole Beach
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that way I don't know if you guys can
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notice or not but we all got a little
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bit of souvenirs I got the Queen and I
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am his queen oh so he pretty much got me
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Sam we decided we wanted to give you
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guys a little bit of history and tell
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you a bit of the scary stories and scary
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things that have happened here back in
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1776 George Washington defines the
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Declaration of Independence with his
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foreskin hair the hotel was built in
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1865 so five hundred rooms all
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supposedly haunted now and as you guys
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heard from the earlier interview there's
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been a lot of different types of ghosts
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I was someone commit suicide oh yes yes
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no the dude the dude killed his wife
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here in room 33 in our room in room
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three three three that's like the main
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two it's like you said the German Prince
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stayed here and jumped out of his window
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also a doctor not only killed his wife
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in the room that we're staying in then
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also killed himself no that's just the
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stuff that happens in 333 but all of the
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third floor is the most haunted I was
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reading this online it's so hot that you
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like can't sleep at night cricket teams
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stay here during their competitions and
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they like always reports that they can't
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fall asleep especially before games and
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they just get that so weird
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dude is hot right now it's like it's
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amber that's a big fit right there
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that's a minecraft dude that's what
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that's what little pomp in Congo
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some kind of like the Biltmore Hotel and
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the Stanley Hotel this is another prank
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was that he's haunted that we have a
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bunch of scary equipment and ghost
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equipment stuff so we'll probably just
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play like the waiting game tonight see
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if anything happens a set of literally
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summoning demons and putting ourselves
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in danger did you hear that
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no well is that another ghost did you
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actually hear something
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it goes a lot I heard like like an
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animal of some sort
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why guys I literally just found this egg
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what's your name do you know with all
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that display right there even though
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we're messing around now we are wanting
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to be a more professional this trip
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actually gonna try to find out if this
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place is haunted like they said it's
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case by case we don't know if
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everything's paranormal a lot of things
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that have been in the past happen for
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normal but hey right now could be just a
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myth so let's go find out she is Cheers
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three three three let's go
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we just hit level three and we told the
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concierge to bring up all the luggage oh
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my god I just asked a worker which way
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her own 333 was and he goes oh room 333
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it's that way
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well I guess so reluctantly why couldn't
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he just say that way I know he news
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liking was like why are y'all stand-in
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three through three that was like the
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look on his face coming wait wait
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it's that way yes and look at all these
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random and painting that's like what is
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that stretch dude again the same exact
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paintings too is that creepy room 3 3 3
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I got butterflies I got butterflies oh
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don't look behind you but there's a
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ghost
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alright so this is the most haunted room
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in the most haunted hotel in all of
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London room 3 3 3 and it doesn't very
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good
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Oh
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it was like he caught up and came here I
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swear on my Oh with him
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if my little brother is seeing the
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shadow man right now then yeah this is a
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big or little magician
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what what's wrong
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Samko be right here with us on good day
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this morning our next guests have
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cultivated quite the following this time
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we took ourselves and our friends to the
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UK this is our scariest one yet like by
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far no I don't really get scared like
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whenever we film it depends on the place
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it changes you for a long time like I
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was basically an atheist but the more
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and more we do paranormal investigations
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and everything I believe there is
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something out there that's awesome we
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captured this we want to show as many
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people as possible
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you wouldn't for choice youtubers what's
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up guys it's Sam and Colby welcome back
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to our next series gonna international
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this time and speaking of we just
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finished buying the tickets for our next
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trip we came all the way over to our
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friend's birthday party because Corey
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and Jake are both here right now so
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we're gonna Surprise them with the news
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yes
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[Music]
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oh darling step and cowboy boots and
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this comes out in the month that trends
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gonna be dead
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that trend died two years ago if we're
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talking dog ears I never learned it
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smell second ghost
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couple months ago when I first talked
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about this we said we were gonna go one
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international but two to the most
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haunted places in the world so after
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doing some research there was a country
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this is actually the most haunted
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country in the entire world what that
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means is there is more ghosts or
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paranormal activity per capita than any
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other place ever it's the home of the
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Black Death killing tens of thousands of
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people we're going England oh my god
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wait no this is not real where are the
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cameras okay hold up Queen Elizabeth
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Queen Mary I learned this in your class
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Queen Elizabeth is Queen Mary and that's
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the Bloody Mary Queen Mary Queen Mary
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from the ship yeah that's something we
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didn't tell you guys but the home of the
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Queen Mary the one that we all know is
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in England you're barking up the wrong
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tree brother going to the home of Queen
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Mary guys are you excited let's freakin
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catch some ghosts international goes we
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went to the Queen Mary ship mm-hmm do we
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all agree that was like the craziest
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investigation
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you're anything that's almost ever
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happened definitely wait now we're going
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to her house what's gonna happen is we
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are now not as haunted or not haunted at
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all so we're just going there to invest
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to reopen it okay so where are we going
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are we going to her house we're going
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here I'm going to her country we will be
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surprised what you guys can do yeah you
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can't know about something boat yeah
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it's just they will get their surprise
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this with traumatic experiences thanks
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that's what we do best
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pack your bags or going to London baby I
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see haunted a ship imagine what our
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house is gonna be she on the flattened
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boat what do you think our house is
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gonna be listen guys we're gonna be fine
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because we have the power of friendship
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yes friendship come defeat and he goes
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out there in the entire world ready 1 2
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3 friendship
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nothing could be fresh improper
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brahmasmi and and a brick wall
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Hager maker brick I'm aside for new
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ventures yo give this video a big fat
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like if you think between dumb thing
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look at how different the condoms look
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here are you guys gonna be safe driving
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on the opposite side of the road oh my
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god I didn't even think about that the
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steering wheel Bravo Oh No how are we
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gonna how we're gonna do this right from
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the left all right you're gonna drive
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okay we're gonna make you drive on the
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opposite side you all your hands have to
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be like this so I just kind of wait yeah
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we're in London all right be careful
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we're screwed Wow we don't have
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insurance you're not supposed to turn
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that way there's only an arrow pointing
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that way
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oh dude dude ran over my foot water back
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forward and over my feet you open this
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[Laughter]
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all right let's go we're putting a lot
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of trust in you you gotta actually pay
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attention and be careful because we
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don't have insurance on the store Tim
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you're going to get insurance Jim Kolbe
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the steering wheel back why'd he take it
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oh yeah yeah no everything's all set I'm
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gonna crash oh god that's people - come
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on away Oh
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we don't even have service in here
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they're like fine where we're going said
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we gotta drive like everyone's against
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you okay
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doesn't even know where we're going my
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kayui brother alright boys so this is
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what we're doing going to the Langham
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Hotel which is known as the most haunted
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hotel in the UK and also top ten in the
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whole world yeah that's fine that's
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great hey let's go on a trip we're not
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haunted anymore let's go to the most
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haunted hotel in the world yeah I
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thought you said you were ready for
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bigger bigger things I know but like
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there's a difference from like
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investigating and then like you being
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asleep and a demon taking over your body
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if you can't help it cuz you're asleep
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I actually belong to the Abba
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international order of Exorcist I'm a
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demonologist the thing that the hallways
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our problem is no matter where we go
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like it always just seems to like we
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catch something every time well you
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could be stuck being in this medium
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world in our last series the origin we
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talked to those guys like a demonologist
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he says he's white we're a lot better at
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it than normal and he thinks we have a
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gift
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so this whole trip is trying to prove
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that our group is the best ghost hunters
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on YouTube and because of that we are
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meeting with two paranormal experts
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who've been studying
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paranormal and demonology for years and
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we're doing an interview here in an hour
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yes the best because we wanted to get
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professionals into this because we're
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just little little boys babies just died
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why most of it was a car literally in
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our lane coming straight at us you can
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drive on any Lane here I'm just gonna
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take this one
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[Music]
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I'm laying ham Hotel most haunted place
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CBC big big brown what oh here we go
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yeah thank you so much my bags we'll see
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in the room so we have a reservation
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under gold are we put in a request we
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don't know is being able to be fulfilled
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but we're trying to do room 333
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absolutely
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you've been out good to be nothing oh
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really okay sweet they said we didn't it
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so that's perfect we heard online that
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room 333 was like haunted or something
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like that
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is this why you have the the camera yeah
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there is the legend yes have you heard
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anything about that we can tell you that
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my deeply personal in one year that I've
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been here I didn't have any complaints
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and so on
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complain yeah but you can check maybe
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stay there with a camera you guys don't
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mind being filmed right fast-forward a
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little bit guys we just checked into the
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hotel we want to reintroduce you guys
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formally can you state your name and
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what she kind of deal and the
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spontaneous cases Committee of the
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Society for psychical research founded
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in London in 1862 whoa all right
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my name is Rosie a Carol I'm a member of
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the ghost club sweet my name is Sam this
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is Colby Jake and Corey we're coming for
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our Channel
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but these guys are always into it and
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whoa there's so many millions of cracks
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everywhere yeah guys we're just gonna
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hear a bunch of cracks throughout the
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entire interview but right as we turned
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around from checking in you guys are
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asking us about room 333 we just rented
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out room 3 300 everybody stupid we don't
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even have any told them why that's a
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significant number but do you guys know
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much about room 3 3 here in the Lancome
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hotel where the story goes that's a
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Victorian doctor spent the night in room
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33 with his bride it was his wedding
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night who knows the circumstances but
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the story goes he actually murdered his
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bride
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three three sir
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fast forward now to 1973 and the
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journalist James Alexander Gordon was
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staying in room three three three whoa
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he's waking in the middle of the night
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and it said he saw a fluorescent ball of
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lights that slowly formed into the
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figure of a man but there was something
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strange about this man
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he was dressed in full evening suit very
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smart but the bottom half his legs were
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actually missing
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now Robert returnless actually tried to
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speak with the figure but the figure
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didn't speak to him he just walked
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towards him with his arms open
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I wish brilliant the journalist ran off
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as most people would the other story
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that's associated with the room is there
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was a famous cricketer he was staying at
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the room and in the middle of the night
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he was woken by the sound of taps
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turning on he went into the bathroom
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water was gushing out through the tax do
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you guys know what else happened with
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the faucets motives we know we had a
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pretty crazy experience at the Queen
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Mary in Long Beach California a while
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back but anyway continued story okay
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well story guys turned off the taps
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went back to the bed what he could hear
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was still the sound of running water
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gushing out it's not so you know the
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house the interesting thing is like when
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I hear a story like that there's a
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theory that ghosts are a tape recording
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in some way and quite often when they
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you can only see half of the body it's
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possible that maybe the floors been
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slightly lowered raised at some point
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can you explain that a little more
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the ghosts or apparitions or anything
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could be a tape recording what do you
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mean by that one theory is some certain
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types of students possibly associated
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with a damp atmosphere as well and kind
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of hold a particularly traumatic
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experience and we play it like a tape
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recording under certain circumstances
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you can't really communicate with them
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but that's why you get to ghost is the
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same walk and maybe walk to a wall
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what I do I'll make it be one time so
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you can't interact with it because it's [SUBTITLES_PART2] => 14:23
literally just a thing that's playing
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over and over again of a night of an
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experience yeah that's interesting I
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never thought of it like that that makes
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a lot more sense you know a lot of the
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things that we experience have to do
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with each other but I don't know if we
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see repetitive stuff overnight I mean
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you see the same shadow figure often
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doing the same thing okay so we don't
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have to that's true if you talk about it
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that gives it energy and it makes it
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more active and makes it more go to you
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yeah see that's why I don't talk about
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overall do you guys believe that the
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Langham hotel is haunted
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having not stayed here myself I hadn't
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paid for my death there's saving a lot
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of stories and the fact that there's
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also a story about Butler and Napoleon
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and the butler's on the third floor as
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well very beautiful we have two rooms on
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the third floor I also had that a German
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princess meant to have jumped out of the
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window and his ghost is also seen but
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you know with every theory with every
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story you want to go in yourselfer and
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find out and see if you actually sense
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anything or see anything because you
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know stories can't get changed over the
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years I think you guys will be in a
15:38
better position to tell us after a
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couple of days can you guys pick up on
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energies is that something that you
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think you're gifted with or is it more
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just like you Ghost Hunters like us I
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can sometimes pick up on energy or
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especially when I kind of just go into a
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room for a first time sometimes I get a
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real sense of all something's here and
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then it tends to sort of fade away so I
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can pick up all the feelings but I I
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don't necessarily know what what's
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causing it but like walking in here did
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you feel anything or was no no when I
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first came into anything
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it into the house I have you a nurse are
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you guys ever like concerned about your
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safety of putting yourselves in these
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dangerous situations I'm not because
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there is deep down there's no real
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history let's assume in the paranormal
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which is kind of a question itself but
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there's no real history of anyone coming
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to serious harm and pull together
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probably the potential them of scary
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phenomena nobody has as far as I can see
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other than the odd scratch in the armor
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what have you come to serious harm and
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that's always a good place to start if
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somebody's being scared by it I hope I'm
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not going to prove the exception I do
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think if somebody's kind of a bit
16:50
mentally fragile getting involved in
16:53
ghost hunting could be potentially
16:55
dangerous especially things like Ouija
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boards people can get drawn into that
17:05
horrible things coming through Ouija
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boards that have quite upset people
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whether they're true or not the people
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involved certainly believed they had got
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in touch with something you were not in
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your head like hundreds like for like
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six years I've played with Ouija boards
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in my house growing up house that I
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lived in for play like 16 years like we
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haunted it it probably got haunted when
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I was like 10 or 11 cuz that's when like
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I first discovered a Ouija board and
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started playing with it and then after
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that it became like a party trick I
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would just have my friends come over and
17:36
be like hey look at this I'm gonna talk
17:38
to ghosts and then I would say something
17:39
on the Ouija board the lights would
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flicker like my closet wouldn't open
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when I was younger I didn't know that 3
17:44
a.m. was like that serious but it is but
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we would put my phone in the hallway and
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put it to record only audio every time
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we pull it into the room to listen we
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would catch like whispers and to the
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phone like yeah that good save root of 3
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3 3 and 3 I am great times that by to
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get 666 oh my god you said you were like
18:09
slightly skeptical do you believe in
18:12
ghosts they thought that there might be
18:13
something else is kind of fascinates
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everybody obviously reading about it and
18:19
hearing about it fascinates them still
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and if you want to take it one stage
18:22
further actually investigating and
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trying to find out even just convincing
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myself would be absolutely fascinating
18:29
that's why we do it especially a cold
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man I've been on we were very very
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skeptical but over the years like just
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seeing all this it kind of makes us
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believe in more in kind
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you know like you said like the fact
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there is a mystery something greater out
18:40
there it's kind of rewarding so I guess
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the last question would be what advice
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would you have for people like us we
18:46
don't really know what we're doing we're
18:47
just doing our YouTube thing so any
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advice first of all always keeping in
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mind if a friend or a colleague is in
18:54
genuine trouble and obviously put away
18:57
the cameras and it's about them don't
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use too much equipment most people don't
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know how what they're trying to record
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and that would be my first level of
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answering the question okay the second
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level is some have a copy of my old book
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oh thank you so much my advice for
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gustan is is don't go stunt on your own
19:18
because anything you see you need a
19:22
witness you it's no good you saying I've
19:24
seen a ghost but if two people see the
19:26
same go student same thing then it
19:28
becomes interesting and then I'd also
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say keep the camera running because the
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number of times I've saturated with the
19:35
tape recorder turned off that's when the
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noise this happen yeah because I don't
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think guys necessarily wanna be yeah
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caught on camera or make contact you
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know yeah yeah and a lot of times you
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could just be having a normal
19:53
conversation and something will happen
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say well again thank you so much where
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can they find you I know you can find
20:01
you through your book but if you Google
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Society for psychical research it will
20:06
come up and the guys condom ignite 18
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1861 thank you so much for information
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research how to use that and our
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adventures try to be more safe with that
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what you guys think about those people
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I'm pretty cool oh that was pretty cool
20:33
doesn't really mean but I feel like big
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peepee big peepee let's clap for the big
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I feel like they looked at us or like
20:43
amateurs you guys don't even know how it
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goes I know but it was interesting how
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he said he was slightly skeptical even
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though that was his job oh my god I feel
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like being skeptical was part of being a
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professional but the one thing that he
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was scared of was room 333 across the
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street
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let's do er I'm spending that in the
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most haunted hotel in the world just
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kidding
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hello mateys oh wait that's ostrich
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what's up guys it's Sammy Cole Beach
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that way I don't know if you guys can
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notice or not but we all got a little
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bit of souvenirs I got the Queen and I
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am his queen oh so he pretty much got me
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Sam we decided we wanted to give you
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guys a little bit of history and tell
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you a bit of the scary stories and scary
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things that have happened here back in
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1776 George Washington defines the
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Declaration of Independence with his
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foreskin hair the hotel was built in
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1865 so five hundred rooms all
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supposedly haunted now and as you guys
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heard from the earlier interview there's
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been a lot of different types of ghosts
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I was someone commit suicide oh yes yes
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no the dude the dude killed his wife
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here in room 33 in our room in room
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three three three that's like the main
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two it's like you said the German Prince
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stayed here and jumped out of his window
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also a doctor not only killed his wife
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in the room that we're staying in then
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also killed himself no that's just the
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stuff that happens in 333 but all of the
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third floor is the most haunted I was
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reading this online it's so hot that you
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like can't sleep at night cricket teams
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stay here during their competitions and
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they like always reports that they can't
22:51
fall asleep especially before games and
22:53
they just get that so weird
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dude is hot right now it's like it's
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amber that's a big fit right there
22:59
that's a minecraft dude that's what
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that's what little pomp in Congo
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some kind of like the Biltmore Hotel and
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the Stanley Hotel this is another prank
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was that he's haunted that we have a
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bunch of scary equipment and ghost
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equipment stuff so we'll probably just
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play like the waiting game tonight see
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if anything happens a set of literally
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summoning demons and putting ourselves
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in danger did you hear that
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no well is that another ghost did you
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actually hear something
23:28
it goes a lot I heard like like an
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animal of some sort
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why guys I literally just found this egg
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what's your name do you know with all
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that display right there even though
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we're messing around now we are wanting
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to be a more professional this trip
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actually gonna try to find out if this
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place is haunted like they said it's
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case by case we don't know if
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everything's paranormal a lot of things
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that have been in the past happen for
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normal but hey right now could be just a
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myth so let's go find out she is Cheers
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three three three let's go
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we just hit level three and we told the
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concierge to bring up all the luggage oh
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my god I just asked a worker which way
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her own 333 was and he goes oh room 333
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it's that way
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well I guess so reluctantly why couldn't
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he just say that way I know he news
24:37
liking was like why are y'all stand-in
24:39
three through three that was like the
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look on his face coming wait wait
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it's that way yes and look at all these
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random and painting that's like what is
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that stretch dude again the same exact
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paintings too is that creepy room 3 3 3
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I got butterflies I got butterflies oh
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don't look behind you but there's a
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ghost
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alright so this is the most haunted room
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in the most haunted hotel in all of
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London room 3 3 3 and it doesn't very
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good
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Oh
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it was like he caught up and came here I
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swear on my Oh with him
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if my little brother is seeing the
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shadow man right now then yeah this is a
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big or little magician
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what what's wrong
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we're going to England going to the
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Langham Hotel which is known as the most
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haunted hotel in the UK and because of
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that we are meeting two paranormal
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experts overall do you guys believe that
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the Langham hotel is haunted
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well the story goes a Victorian doctor
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she murdered his bride 3 3 3 3 if my
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little brother is seeing the shadow man
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right now then yeah this is a big deal
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alright so this is the most haunted room
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in the most haunted hotel in all of Rome
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3 3 3 and it doesn't get very good
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oh nice like old people you know what
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that means that means a Tony dude it's
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tiny
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four guys on this one bad I know we've
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never done it before done before damn
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guys we'll just have to squeeze due to
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people got murdered in here it's so tiny
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what the window you can't jump out
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because that guy that committed suicide
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you know what it freaks me out
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look at how tiny this room is just do a
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circle do a circle yeah somewhere in
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this room it could be right where Jake's
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leg could be where I'm standing
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could be where you're standing someone
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got murdered and two people got killed
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two people what is that is it locked
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oh my god I'm so hot and do they feel my
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how hot the room is yeah when it's hot
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guys it's literally like in the 90s in
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this room let's see I wonder why rooms
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like this have so much evil energy that
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it just makes people douche like that
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you know what I mean like I never
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understood that I mean they're getting
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possessed or is it more like just the
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negative energy making people sort of
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press that they feel suicidal and
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they're of themselves both and then I
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personally I think that like because
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it's room 333 that is like what brought
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negative energy to this hotel
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well 333 is like a devil's number in
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itself right it's mocking like the holy
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church yeah if you if you hear a knock
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three times and that means it's making
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fun of like god oh my god I can't even
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people died in this room Brian it's so
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small yeah
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really bitching like just like a dead
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body laying right where we are I just
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got chills really what the Frank is that
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it looks like a demon drawing why do
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they put scary drawings in haunted rooms
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what
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just kidding we need to burn these robes
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oh I'm not trying to have any more rub
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it smooth when we're sleeping okay oh we
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should leave the closet open while we
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investigate will be what is that oh you
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did not just open an umbrella indoors
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you can sleep in here tonight I'm gonna
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sleep in the hallway do you have a sec
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oh yeah we got two rooms like there's no
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way we can all just like to share this
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bed where's the second room at it's just
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down the hallway I think like yeah I
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mean we can if you want to look safe
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nice how did you do this it was locked
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earlier Sam Sam
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they took out the things to stop it from
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going up do we just try that though we
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Tremaine Sam tried opening it it was
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locked we go in there that opens up like
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five inches cuz the window locks the
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window locks are now not there creaking
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no is happening during the interview
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yeah it sounded like wow like I got
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there yeah why not creaking but like I
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was saying like really high pitch yeah
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oh did you just did you just do that the
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table just went wait what the quick
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those are backwards
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do I still like I can't wrap my mind
04:56
around the fact I like to hear like
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in-betweener yeah or like on the bed so
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think about what be everywhere just
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Sookie ever
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and then just have to strip everything
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out and remodel it okay in a way how
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they died well it is like getting late
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so let's go explore the other room the
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whole hotel they still allow us because
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if it gets too late they might kick us
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out filming we said we wouldn't do a
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seance so we won't do that but I think
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we should stay up till 3 3 3 3 in 3 3 3
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it's gonna be insane
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and there's three three three of us
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there's literally three of us and
05:31
there's three of us here how crazy is
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that
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like what hello there's four oh god dude
05:54
every small hotel we go to it's like a
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long scary hallway dude whoa bro it's
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Kobe's rings oh I had to do it three
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times and then it worked the lights I
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mean we're not gonna talk about this
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there's a bird dude we were hearing
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birds oh you know there's no way that's
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how crazy is that dude we heard a bird
06:31
earlier like something like that and
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then there's just birds sitting on top
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of this well supposedly this room isn't
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haunted it's just the floor so we're
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good so you guys are fine salmon are
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gonna have a bad night you guys remember
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those balls in the TV channel the magic
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oh yeah okay Jake you're gonna break
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something
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why can't our window open all the way
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and the things are missing but even this
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one can that we can no this is why is it
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leaves locker
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everyone off except for the hot most
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except for three through three well a
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guy jumped off oh if I never ended
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there's always oh dude remember the
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Fillmore had a club like this it's warm
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in here dude Sam another bird what is up
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with birds in here wait what is that
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place guys dog going to this dog he's
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about to land I think those Moe's
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definitely host decoration ask some sort
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of like haunting energy to me for some
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reasons like symbolizes like loneliness
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or something that's a little kid that's
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do their paintings are so strange
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there's another one you earth are we did
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that did it did you just get this what
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the door just like Ranelagh came back
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open the door just went was that not you
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know my hair break you saw that right
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doing the CIO's around on the camera
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what kills me is like it wasn't even
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that harder that loud it was like way
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softer it was not it was like yeah oh my
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god another bird bro they love burgers
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we continue to hear birds tonight like
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we know why ready Bernie bird look now
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there's pictures of birds
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whoa whoa another stereo always yeah
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yeah wherever we said the Biltmore guys
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if this gets 300,000 likes we're coming
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back to London doing a Presidential
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Suite
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five hundred thousand five hundred
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thousand cause it's a million and five
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hundred thousand okay no fair
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beautiful
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that's your tradition here so cute and
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humble I forgot to bring this up but I
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think the craziest thing that the
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interviewer said today was that ghosts
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could just be like a repeated
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never-ending loop of energies that are
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always doing the same thing yeah so easy
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so it's like a section of time as
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opposed to like actually a living being
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which can make sense because that's why
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they're always in the same outfit do the
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same thing
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and why like somewhat safe dose and
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Queen Mary would never leave the same
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room it's interesting or a ghost in be
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340 who died 150 years ago might still
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be there and they said what a butler
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haunts the third floor and walks around
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yeah what if that butler's just
09:43
constantly on this same schedule of
09:46
walking the floor we could never tell
09:48
them is the ghost or a real Butler shit
09:49
whoa is this considered a portal whoa
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dude we found it on four tanks brother
09:57
four for Texas it's like technically a
10:02
portal for whatever the paranormal or
10:04
ghosts or demons because there's a
10:06
mirror facing mirrors and then there's a
10:08
mirror face in the mirror and then
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there's a mirror facing the rear this
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whole place mutely all the way back look
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did you did you did you just do no no no
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you see that can you see that on the
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camera yeah let me get my yeah
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it's a giant like you right as you just
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said that
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oh my god raise it back up raise it back
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up it's like right there
10:38
yeah oh my god and Sam look boom whoa
10:44
dude it's like vortex after blood
10:46
attacks way down it's a square of like
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Texas so it just tells you like any
10:53
place you have that has a vortexes hot
10:55
ticket the trap house the 24 PP room he
10:57
went out of order
10:58
we've even put that together so pretty
10:59
much after he moved out for text so
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scary guys
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should we be any wait do the interview
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where people say the basement what's the
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most haunted place oh yeah
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whoa I had like an identical dream to
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this exact room no secret look at all
11:28
these strange pictures - like there's an
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old dude riding the carousel for kids
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and missiles little kid walking in a cat
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you see that it's like this place wants
11:38
to be weird
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oh where are you going now you want to
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go to the lake the lake where the fuck
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did you get an apple
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eh I'm sorry he wants to go bowling No
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bread boring oh my gosh did you just
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feel that gust of cold wind just hit
12:28
your face as you walk through yeah
12:37
this sounds like super old your that
12:39
what there's like plates moving back
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there there's definitely people back
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there
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what's in there you're good yeah I think
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you are you're about to cry no I'm just
13:08
I think it's like because we slept on
13:10
like an airplane or something but I've
13:12
had like a really bad headache all day
13:13
it's like not like a headache it's like
13:15
only a painful migraine like for two
13:17
seconds like right there but it's
13:18
happened like four or five times today
13:20
so I think it's cuz we slept on a plane
13:21
overnight no they say when you get a
13:22
headache or if like the back of your
13:24
neck starts her and that means it's like
13:26
a spirit or like demon trying to attach
13:28
to you rude yeah what and they say that
13:31
the universe start getting a headache
13:31
during an investigation you're supposed
13:33
to like go straight outside it's also
13:35
super hot and I remember that expert
13:38
lady saying people were complaining
13:39
about the temperature I'm saying is so
13:41
hot in the hotel and they start to get
13:43
freaked out that they can't even sleep
13:44
we came outside to get some fresh air
13:46
really quick this is what it looks like
13:48
on the outside okay network traffic dude
13:54
it smells like there's so awful and
13:59
these might be the let's get to our room
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do a nice go my dear wanna good today
14:12
yeah did we agree on seance or no seance
14:19
sounds wrong I feel like we should just
14:25
play it like normal
14:27
ghost investigators let's just do it
14:28
like everybody else and just set up all
14:30
of our ghost equipment and see what
14:31
happens you know yeah this isn't about
14:33
putting ourselves in danger it's about
14:34
figuring out if things are paranormal we
14:37
finally did get a few new gadget
14:40
thingamabob err so let's set that out
14:41
and see what we find him booty on my
14:44
duty with the quarter on my nickel and I
14:45
got a little pickle in its second on my
14:47
hole Oh
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first of all st. Augustine is where we
14:55
bought this imported from his hometown
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that is so crazy
14:59
why are you freaking her up that's crazy
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I'll tell you no Corey is haunted yeah
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you guys all know what this is from
15:06
Corey's everybody knows no this is an
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EMF meter so basically it detects
15:11
electronic frequencies or other energies
15:14
in the room so it's probably turned off
15:16
the master light so there's no
15:17
electronics on right now so let me turn
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this on should light up if there's more
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energy in the room and if it's red it's
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bad right yeah but green it's normal
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okay so we're doing right now we're
15:27
chillin right now they also have this
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which is a green grid you'll see back
15:33
there well I'll show you when all the
15:35
lights are off basically do this and you
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can detect if there are any movements
15:39
you can see I'm so happy you guys got
15:42
that and I would start trading my pants
15:44
if I saw something as it's going in the
15:47
shadow I just agree but whip it here
15:50
nothing and then finally oh my god I
15:53
think he's the only one that's ever used
15:55
them before
15:55
oh yeah I bought these the dowsing rods
15:59
throw dowsing or divining or water
16:03
witching you know how I've used these a
16:05
few times stopped using them recently
16:08
I was using them like weekly like a lot
16:10
of stuff was happening and I got a lot
16:12
of comments saying that these are just
16:13
as bad as Ouija boards wise I don't know
16:17
I never said why they're just like
16:18
you're an idiot
16:18
like that iran's are worse than movement
16:20
words now it's because they sound like a
16:22
it's like a what like a witch's tool or
16:24
something yeah it's literally in
16:25
literature so like water witching right
16:26
now he's word eventually down z became
16:29
known by the church as a work of the
16:31
devil over time and therefore
16:32
disappeared by the public view peasants
16:35
need to dowsing to find their water
16:36
source so it was done secretly spirits
16:39
would tell them where water was yeah
16:41
exactly
16:42
what well not spirits the devil true
16:48
dowsing is an extension of one's natural
16:50
feeling and into intuitive perceptions
16:53
with the aid of one's super conscious
16:56
mind and a pseudo device you can find
16:58
basically anything all right
17:00
there's now where's my girlfriend ah so
17:06
how do you work this you just hold them
17:07
up like this port or house you have to
17:09
just be super still so get it to where
17:12
they're not moving at all
17:13
yeah and then you ask the question who
17:16
say like if there's anyone in here with
17:17
us make these rods across each other
17:19
right now and then normally the Roger
17:27
no no what's the what it said is that
17:41
it's like and it's like tension of your
17:44
subconscious you're you legitimately
17:46
have so many goosebumps cuz I'm freaking
17:48
out bro that shouldn't have worked that
17:49
quick like normally we already like what
17:51
if there goes the other way we'll save
17:53
when we cross it like okay you cross it
17:55
now uncross it and it'll uncross I'll
17:57
ask the same question I'm like okay now
17:59
may not make them turn outwards and then
18:02
they'll cross outwards into a full
18:03
circle okay let's set it up and get
18:06
these things to work I guess we'll just
18:13
start with the EMF meter I've seen a lot
18:15
of people use this and I'm kind of a big
18:17
skeptic on this one I don't know about
18:18
you guys like I've never ever seen it
18:20
like freaked out ago super red so well
18:22
that's why we turned off all the lights
18:24
like look at this the master is off so
18:27
that no other electronic frequencies
18:30
would be doing anything in this room put
18:32
on our phones should we all pile them up
18:35
or something
18:36
what what in the closet what we thought
18:40
this was it a squeak yeah I heard it
18:42
that's what it sounded like wait wait
18:43
here my god dude it literally sounded
18:46
listen it was like the hangers so is
18:49
that is that what you heard yeah it was
18:50
more of like a being like oh did you see
18:57
that
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it wasn't cuz I did you see that or now
19:02
what's on on camera that's CAS barely
19:04
just the second green Oh Sam what Sam
19:07
the hangars the hangars are lighting up
19:11
so the same thing that you just said was
19:12
squeaking can you make this device light
19:14
up yellow
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dude it's gone didn't no one here that
19:23
coal they here what what will be the
19:26
actually wasn't me
19:27
what was it wait what y'all decided I'm
19:29
not critical it was like a creek goes
19:31
like from wait wait wait it's not it
19:34
sounded like that but over there I swear
19:36
to God the camera will pick it up but if
19:38
the ropes
19:39
keep moving where we're going because
19:41
it's the closest thing I'm sorry to
19:46
interrupt robot vortex right here no no
19:51
oh my god cuz that's not how you guys's
19:55
rooms was think about that that's why
19:59
your bathroom was completely different
20:02
oh my god it is so much oh my god dude
20:07
it's so much hotter in here no it's
20:10
orange and it's hot right next to the
20:14
mirror oh my god I've never seen it do
20:17
that before either and look when you
20:19
when you turn it away right there but
20:21
when you get next to the vortex wait
20:26
which window did he jump out of oh we
20:30
might have been this one
20:31
wait bring it towards the window okay
20:35
let's bring it towards the other window
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are you
20:36
the mirrors don't have any no there
20:38
should why no a mirror a mirror would
20:41
not have electronic energy look ready
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wait Oh
20:49
oh my god I've never seen this in a
20:55
movie is it those lights you think no I
20:57
turned off all the lights see that look
20:59
it's not doing it on that side it's the
21:01
exact same light what is going on right
21:03
here you think that's where someone
21:05
committed suicide in the bathroom what
21:08
if the murders happen in here yeah they
21:10
never specified Oh oh my god no it is
21:12
definitely this bathroom dude look it
21:14
should be lighting up on the phone and
21:16
it doesn't hole you do I've never seen
21:20
this is insane I cannot believe we got
21:23
this to work dude there's something here
21:25
look at it blinking it keeps like going
21:26
in front and past it look yeah
21:28
here hold it up towards where you are
21:31
actually because that's like right right
21:33
yes right there I don't know why this
21:34
area is the worst
21:37
dude I have a horrible like headache
21:40
right you too yeah dude no right here
21:43
that's like this
21:44
migraine on the left side yeah mines on
21:46
the back right here and yours his
21:48
birthday is anything oh yes
21:52
holy what what is going on bro I have a
21:57
theory
21:57
he's make a doctor he came in the
21:59
bathroom off she went she was our and
22:01
then he comes up he's gonna kill her
22:03
like in the shower or something and
22:04
that's why the bad things going crazy
22:05
dude cuz it's not over here it's not on
22:08
this side but it's literally like right
22:10
here where do we try this window yeah
22:12
yeah let's go over there and then I want
22:14
to come back and see if it's still like
22:16
that when we all leave and guys if it
22:17
goes off out here like whoa did you guys
22:27
hear that's a good creepy ambience do
22:30
you hear that
22:31
I thought that was like footsteps but I
22:33
then again we're are in a hotel you
22:34
could have jumped from here the girl
22:36
could have been killed in the bathroom
22:38
now there could be a lot more energies
22:41
go set it on the ledge set it right
22:45
there
22:47
you should try talking to it if there
22:49
was any person who jumped off the edge
22:51
whose energy is still with us please let
22:54
us know I'm signaling on this device if
22:59
there's any energies at all with us
23:01
please let us know by signaling on this
23:03
device well let's set that meter up on
23:07
the bathroom but then also let's set up
23:09
the green red and in the bathroom with
23:12
the mirror yeah see if anything moves
23:14
dude it's just like the crazy how we put
23:17
the pieces together about the vortex and
23:18
then that happens you know look how the
23:20
orange is blinking yeah dude why is it
23:25
just blink
23:26
you know like doesn't it make sense it's
23:28
beeping in the bathroom this is the only
23:31
hot room in the entire room and also the
23:33
only cortex and the only vortex yeah
23:36
would it no it makes sense cuz even if
23:39
you close these doors it creates a
23:42
vortex right here with this mirror no
23:44
matter it's like a concept for text and
23:46
no matter what you cannot escape the
23:48
faces you can't oh that's so true if you
23:50
close these doors it gets rid of this
23:52
vortex but this one is inescapable
23:54
you're right I think whatever is funny
23:56
it's going on in the bathroom he's not
24:01
even lighting up orange anymore at all
24:02
as soon as we all I said we left the
24:05
bathroom we just lifted up for a second
24:10
oh yeah yeah whatever you touch a bag
24:13
whole leaf boy but you guys walked in
24:16
here the bed did this no it should and
24:20
then right after it shook you guys said
24:23
oh it's back I swear to God I did not
24:27
kill my body shook on the bed and you
24:30
you guys said it's there it was like it
24:32
got up and came here I swear on my life
24:36
this is where its most clear right at
24:39
the if she was doing her makeup has ever
24:41
hit the fourth one or is it just that
24:43
now interesting if there is an energy
24:46
here who wants to talk to us please make
24:49
a stronger signal
24:55
why right there though if it's a vortex
24:59
that's creating this why don't we just
25:02
make that vortex ten times stronger and
25:04
still say I've never seen it go on
25:07
yellow this long yeah dude I have seen
25:09
countless like I'm talking hundreds of
25:11
videos where people are using this same
25:13
device and nothing so I honestly it was
25:16
a skeptic of this but I've never seen it
25:18
light up like this before in the
25:19
comments if you guys know why this would
25:21
go off in a bathroom to debunk this
25:23
please let us know because the like only
25:25
thing electronic that has power is this
25:28
as a camera but we're getting close to
25:30
the camera it only gets closer yeah like
25:33
this is electric the camera look it's
25:34
still still not taking it off you know
25:38
when you go straight up here it's orange
25:41
and then off right here and then on
25:44
right there if you guys have an
25:45
explanation or maybe you can debunk this
25:47
in the comments please let us know we're
25:49
literally just what what's wrong okay
25:56
Jake was just showing me how the bed was
25:58
like shaking and so we were just like yo
26:00
we're off camera like let's see if
26:02
anything will happen off camera yeah and
26:04
so Jake was just like if there's
26:05
anything in here can you please make the
26:07
bed shake and something just went like
26:10
you really got boys in the closet
26:12
whenever we go in the bathroom I feel
26:14
like it comes to the bathroom with us
26:15
when we leave the bathroom it goes to
26:18
the bed you're sure cuz it was still
26:19
lighting up when we were a snuff what's
26:21
going on in there still it was still
26:22
like yeah I Cory pointed out there's
26:23
multiple people that died here it
26:25
doesn't have to be in one place bro if
26:27
you guys lay on the bed you'll feel it
26:29
you will feel something with you here
26:31
can you hold this when I was laying with
26:33
them we could feel it shaking if there's
26:39
anything in this room right now shake
26:42
the bed close your eyes for us so you
26:45
really concentrate on
26:54
what was that sound like a whistle
26:59
didn't it yeah bro I swear to God I
27:02
heard like it was like a word but it
27:04
came out as like a a flat down on the
27:08
bed okay alright you should turn off the
27:12
light I'm reading the vortex to you do
27:17
you guys feel the bed shaking at all
27:19
maybe barely German what Oh what I swear
27:34
bro I can't find the light brick what
27:37
happened right after I asked that I felt
27:40
they go back and forth you folks know
27:42
from feeling now that might have been
27:43
like just someone else like walking but
27:46
that would have been perfect timing if
27:47
that happened I never moved and he was
27:49
sitting down next to me no I meant like
27:50
up or down or something like that like
27:52
someone else in this so no way it could
27:54
have shipping this floor though maybe I
27:55
was just like wanted to feel it and felt
27:57
it but like that was weird
27:59
I don't know bro Rock bro we're gonna
28:02
try to combine the two instruments to
28:05
see if in kitchen anymore in the mirror
28:07
it only gets really crazy right around
28:10
here and above so here we've got the
28:14
most activity like right here so this is
28:16
the best spot not it's so hot here I
28:19
wonder if it's if that has anything to
28:21
do with it
28:22
exactly how to make this work but what
28:24
is kind of see if there's movements with
28:26
all the Creator yeah turn off that light
28:28
and just everyone like we should all
28:31
stand like in this back corner I'm gonna
28:33
turn this light off too
28:34
laughs oops whoa those gay whoa whoa oh
28:44
my god that is trip in the camera okay
28:49
cuz there's like a few on the lift
28:51
moving so well this right there is
28:56
definitely where it's
28:58
so anything's gonna turn up there so yo
29:03
Sam what turn that back one what is that
29:06
what what was that noise was that the
29:11
bed you heard no wasn't no it was bad
29:14
wasn't this is working too much in a
29:17
mirror it's like so confusing dear mom
29:19
wait locked
29:21
how do we get out okay so knock it if
29:28
any start like flickering or like
29:31
disappearing I don't know about this
29:35
light thing is I think we should try
29:37
like the voice box what is supposed to
29:39
happen
29:39
in a perfect world you keep it still you
29:42
know you set it somewhere and then you
29:43
pretty much try talking to it for like
29:45
10 to 15 minutes and then if you see
29:48
like an area moving and like dots are
29:50
moving then you normally like go over
29:51
there and start investigating it's
29:53
normally that's where like activity is
29:54
like this will kind of pick up where
29:55
well we should go yeah yeah yeah I just
30:02
wanted to actually try it for a second
30:05
did you did you all just hear that right
30:09
exactly where all the energy was wait
30:18
what'd you say so my little brother just
30:22
sent me a text out of nowhere and it's
30:25
kind of freaking me out where he goes
30:29
hey so I just saw your new video and at
30:30
the end of it when you were talking
30:32
about cuz in my video we use a spirit
30:34
box that's not like in the spirit box it
30:35
kept saying like save me or help me so
30:38
he goes in the part when y'all were
30:40
saying how it kept saying save me and
30:42
you were wondering like what you should
30:44
do I just wanted to let you know my
30:46
little brother's 14 by the way because I
30:47
just want to let you know I went to a
30:49
psychic lady and she told me that I have
30:51
powers to send ghosts to the other side
30:54
lol all I have to say is you are free to
30:56
go to the other side and it helps them
30:58
go through I know this sounds really
31:00
stupid but ever since I talked to her
31:02
I've been seeing giant black figures in
31:05
my room
31:05
night and when I sleep it feels like
31:07
someone's watching me what that's what
31:10
my little brother just texted me so you
31:12
think your whole family has got
31:14
something because my whole family did
31:17
the Ouija board broke like my little
31:20
brother was like five when he was doing
31:21
it with us
31:22
he just said I keep seeing giant black
31:26
figures in my room when I'm trying to
31:28
sleep
31:28
and I can't because it feels like
31:30
they're watching me that's insane
31:32
what the fuck out of nowhere and he's 14
31:36
14 was here I was 14 when I first saw
31:42
the Shadow Man whoa say anything it's
31:47
getting passed down
31:48
I really do you think it's been
31:51
following you for what yeah
31:53
like everywhere you go type thing I
31:56
don't think of it like that cuz I didn't
31:58
know right now but like I don't know I
32:00
don't know I don't like to think that
32:02
deep into like when we're being followed
32:03
I like to think that they only do stuff
32:05
when we do investigations if the shadow
32:07
man's following me or something like
32:08
that that's like some real like devil
32:10
type stuff you know some things like
32:12
attach to you personally and if it's
32:15
attached to me and now my little
32:16
brother's getting it yeah but didn't she
32:19
says kind of like why you want to do
32:21
this you want to kind of figure it out
32:22
oh yeah bro like that's what I think
32:24
especially with everything that we've
32:25
done like we're all screwed like we're
32:27
all pretty much guaranteed to be haunted
32:28
for life and so we can either that's
32:30
reassuring
32:30
dude it's a fact we're screwed like cuz
32:33
we don't know what happens when we're
32:34
gone like you know we can talk to as
32:36
many experts as we want there
32:37
researchers for like the unknown sorry
32:40
for like something refer like what we
32:42
don't know and like that's something
32:43
that we don't know like when we play
32:45
with the spirit world what happens when
32:47
we go to it and like I'm kind of just in
32:49
this mood where I'm kind of tired of
32:51
running and I just want to figure out
32:53
what happens and I want to learn what
32:55
happens when I want to yeah bro cuz I
32:57
don't want to die and then I'm in a
32:59
blank room with the shadow man staring
33:02
at me for a billion years especially if
33:04
it's affecting your family if my little
33:06
brother is seeing the shadow man right
33:08
now then yeah this is a big maybe it's
33:10
not a generational thing maybe it's just
33:12
the fact that so many people around you
33:15
did the same Ouija board stuff but if
33:16
you can figure out how to
33:18
control it or how to save yourself or
33:20
how to understand it then you could
33:22
definitely save them what I want to do
33:25
and I think that's the whole reason
33:26
we're all doing this is so we get a full
33:29
understanding of it and so that no
33:31
matter what comes our way we can you
33:33
know combat it
33:34
well would you all do grow if your
33:35
little brother or sister texted Joel and
33:37
is like hey I think I'm seeing something
33:39
in my room like would you not feel
33:40
responsible
33:41
like I I kind of feel like yeah I would
33:43
definitely feel responsible especially
33:44
from the same stuff that we've been
33:46
doing but it's also now a responsibility
33:49
to understand it more than ever be able
33:50
to answer his questions when he's got
33:52
questions for you know we just got to
33:55
figure out how to help them like if you
33:57
feel that it could be slightly your
34:00
fault
34:00
then like let's fix it maybe it might be
34:04
good if I call it a night
34:06
I'm sorry guys I just got really weird
34:09
I'm sorry for bringing that up
34:11
no that's like that's your family like
34:14
it's totally understanding what though
34:16
during an investigation it is getting
34:18
late anyways what you say this ghost box
34:20
is like ruined or something what is this
34:22
on there well that's the TSA message it
34:26
with all the candles and stuff and so
34:27
now that's dead and it's out of battery
34:29
okay so just charge this up it's getting
34:32
late anyways like should we just meet up
34:34
again at like 3:00 or something yeah
34:36
yeah my best you see what possibly
34:39
happens at 3:00 and then honestly just
34:42
move on now it's getting serious and now
34:44
it's more just like well let's
34:45
understand it more yeah we'd have to
34:47
grow like we're not doing you know we
34:49
have to like figure it out no it's not
34:51
even like we're just ghost hunting
34:52
anymore bro it's like if we're putting
34:55
our family in danger bro or yours I mean
34:57
I don't know after the origin I think I
35:00
haven't really experienced anything but
35:03
yes
35:06
what was that what was that what was
35:11
that immediately after you talk about
35:17
your family
35:20
holy all right okay it was a random
35:29
number I was gonna say where I'm back to
35:31
Cali oh my god okay let's set alarms
35:35
perfect three or something like that but
35:36
I think it's good to take a break for a
35:38
minute like relax and then I'll come
35:39
back to this in a minute
35:49
[Music]
35:57
[Music]
36:16
sweetie you saw I do this
36:29
oh yeah actually it's dawn Jade Cora
36:37
cause
36:41
so weird that we filmed there since
36:44
there
36:47
if you think about it we actually just
36:51
spoke we slept like a couple hours
36:56
[Music]
37:08
your call has been forwarded to an
37:09
highness there obviously I didn't say
37:16
[Music]
37:27
[Music]
37:51
[Music]
38:08
mr. Cory all right oh yeah oh my god
38:21
it's 333
38:28
you think he just rally woke up right
38:30
now maybe something happened
38:35
yeah I've never had a library not
38:40
telling this week I think it's the
38:41
jetlag honestly no I mean it's just like
38:45
unbearable for like 10 seconds yeah okay
38:49
because I feel like I have a like a
38:51
slight headache too but it's oh my god
38:58
we're still filming asleep should we
39:03
just go over there yeah this is what we
39:06
do for you guys late like the video bye
39:10
bye the March let's go wake up yeah
39:35
yeah good morning well you guys dad yeah
39:40
what's up sleeping what are you guys
39:43
doing coming over here cuz we're trying
39:46
to call you but you didn't answer my
39:49
phone the charger
39:50
did you call this like a mistake so Snow
39:53
White I didn't call it not like two
39:54
minutes ago
39:55
didn't you just call us my phone's
39:57
literally charging on the port what like
40:04
like at 3:00 and I called you guys at
40:07
3:33 it's it what wait I never called
40:17
you cheekbone you got a call like ten
40:21
minutes ago from Cory you know were you
40:24
up cuz because we called you guys at
40:28
3:00 and you guys didn't pick up and so
40:30
we thought you're calling us back dude
40:34
you know right before that I woke up
40:37
three thirty three sad I just processed
40:39
and yeah we that 333 cuz I woken up just
40:42
like one or two minutes beforehand
40:43
because like my headache will not go
40:45
away and then automatic I just hear your
40:47
phone ringing I was like thank god he's
40:49
up it said Cory sheer yeah like it
40:51
wasn't like a block number Oh what do
40:53
your phone does it say for sure sure you
40:56
can ask Jane bro we both in asleep
40:59
recents 334 I never called Colby what
41:04
the or Colby Saturday two days ago
41:08
let me check out of the hotel we thought
41:10
we were gonna get up at 3 but when we
41:11
got up at 3 and it called you guys
41:13
nothing was happening and so we decided
41:15
to call it a night my phone call Colby
41:17
or maybe is this a glitch it might have
41:21
been like from a past call that he just
41:22
grandma got a notification so you guys
41:24
didn't like
41:25
years ago yes / we we like set some
41:28
alarms to try to like wake everybody up
41:29
and go for a three o'clock but I guess
41:32
that didn't happen what was that
41:37
who is up at 3:00
41:51
no one's out here like a slam
41:57
we have so much stuff planned tomorrow
41:59
should we just sleep down it's only like
42:01
uh what was it a little more support I
42:03
feel like we should at least try to like
42:06
sleep one more time long wait now yeah
42:08
okay yeah oh wait I would even tell you
42:11
guys when we came in here earlier this
42:15
was Lily like that and I asked Jay cause
42:18
like did anyone touch it like did you
42:20
ever touch a prayer in there and he was
42:21
like no we went downstairs to get water
42:23
we came back up and it was like this why
42:26
it's not only why itself
42:27
where's the vents could that be a part
42:30
of it oh yeah there's let's know there
42:32
there's no way wishing that this hotel
42:34
room well I definitely agree that we
42:38
should this what for oh my god Jake the
42:43
only thing that I can think of is you
42:45
guys know that like prank call app where
42:46
you can type in a phone number Oh how
42:49
would somebody know my phone number and
42:51
your phone at 3:33 unless it is one of
42:54
our friends 333 like if somebody was
42:57
doing it back in America how would they
42:58
know like we'll try to get some sleep
43:01
and as soon as you guys wake up just let
43:03
us know and we'll dip out of here sorry
43:05
for freaking guys out but yeah oh thank
43:15
you of course dude I got you thanks very
43:18
much
43:18
we'll see ya don't get too scared
43:25
[Music]
43:41
all right you don't explain to the
43:44
viewers why the fuck you are up okay so
43:52
what the fuck was that was that what the
44:00
holy holy let's go what the go yeah yeah
44:06
wait weird going what dude what
44:09
seriously get your how he thought the
44:12
phone's it did we throw the phone down
44:13
earlier no okay these suits maybe Cory
44:16
and Jake were right we should just get
44:18
out of here passive you waking up why
44:21
were you even awake dude okay so I was
44:23
checking footage and of the camera yeah
44:25
like I couldn't go to sleep after we
44:27
talked to Cory and so I was checking
44:28
back footage and dude like how you gonna
44:30
have to show you something I'm pretty
44:31
sure Hopkins I'll show them all let me
44:33
get outside the let's go
44:54
why
44:56
you good I got super nauseous room
45:03
[Music] [~DETAIL_TEXT] => 00:03
we're going to England going to the
00:09
Langham Hotel which is known as the most
00:12
haunted hotel in the UK and because of
00:15
that we are meeting two paranormal
00:17
experts overall do you guys believe that
00:19
the Langham hotel is haunted
00:21
well the story goes a Victorian doctor
00:24
she murdered his bride 3 3 3 3 if my
00:32
little brother is seeing the shadow man
00:33
right now then yeah this is a big deal
00:37
[Music]
00:42
alright so this is the most haunted room
00:44
in the most haunted hotel in all of Rome
00:48
3 3 3 and it doesn't get very good
00:58
oh nice like old people you know what
01:07
that means that means a Tony dude it's
01:12
tiny
01:13
four guys on this one bad I know we've
01:17
never done it before done before damn
01:19
guys we'll just have to squeeze due to
01:23
people got murdered in here it's so tiny
01:25
what the window you can't jump out
01:30
because that guy that committed suicide
01:32
you know what it freaks me out
01:34
look at how tiny this room is just do a
01:37
circle do a circle yeah somewhere in
01:43
this room it could be right where Jake's
01:44
leg could be where I'm standing
01:48
could be where you're standing someone
01:51
got murdered and two people got killed
01:53
two people what is that is it locked
02:08
[Music]
02:11
oh my god I'm so hot and do they feel my
02:17
how hot the room is yeah when it's hot
02:19
guys it's literally like in the 90s in
02:21
this room let's see I wonder why rooms
02:27
like this have so much evil energy that
02:29
it just makes people douche like that
02:31
you know what I mean like I never
02:32
understood that I mean they're getting
02:34
possessed or is it more like just the
02:36
negative energy making people sort of
02:38
press that they feel suicidal and
02:39
they're of themselves both and then I
02:41
personally I think that like because
02:43
it's room 333 that is like what brought
02:47
negative energy to this hotel
02:48
well 333 is like a devil's number in
02:51
itself right it's mocking like the holy
02:53
church yeah if you if you hear a knock
02:55
three times and that means it's making
02:56
fun of like god oh my god I can't even
02:59
people died in this room Brian it's so
03:01
small yeah
03:02
really bitching like just like a dead
03:04
body laying right where we are I just
03:06
got chills really what the Frank is that
03:09
it looks like a demon drawing why do
03:11
they put scary drawings in haunted rooms
03:14
what
03:18
just kidding we need to burn these robes
03:20
oh I'm not trying to have any more rub
03:23
it smooth when we're sleeping okay oh we
03:27
should leave the closet open while we
03:28
investigate will be what is that oh you
03:38
did not just open an umbrella indoors
03:40
you can sleep in here tonight I'm gonna
03:42
sleep in the hallway do you have a sec
03:44
oh yeah we got two rooms like there's no
03:46
way we can all just like to share this
03:48
bed where's the second room at it's just
03:49
down the hallway I think like yeah I
03:57
mean we can if you want to look safe
03:59
nice how did you do this it was locked
04:03
earlier Sam Sam
04:10
they took out the things to stop it from
04:11
going up do we just try that though we
04:14
Tremaine Sam tried opening it it was
04:16
locked we go in there that opens up like
04:18
five inches cuz the window locks the
04:20
window locks are now not there creaking
04:27
no is happening during the interview
04:28
yeah it sounded like wow like I got
04:34
there yeah why not creaking but like I
04:37
was saying like really high pitch yeah
04:40
oh did you just did you just do that the
04:47
table just went wait what the quick
04:50
those are backwards
04:53
do I still like I can't wrap my mind
04:56
around the fact I like to hear like
04:59
in-betweener yeah or like on the bed so
05:01
think about what be everywhere just
05:03
Sookie ever
05:04
and then just have to strip everything
05:06
out and remodel it okay in a way how
05:08
they died well it is like getting late
05:10
so let's go explore the other room the
05:13
whole hotel they still allow us because
05:15
if it gets too late they might kick us
05:16
out filming we said we wouldn't do a
05:18
seance so we won't do that but I think
05:20
we should stay up till 3 3 3 3 in 3 3 3
05:24
it's gonna be insane
05:26
and there's three three three of us
05:30
there's literally three of us and
05:31
there's three of us here how crazy is
05:35
that
05:35
like what hello there's four oh god dude
05:54
every small hotel we go to it's like a
05:56
long scary hallway dude whoa bro it's
06:07
Kobe's rings oh I had to do it three
06:11
times and then it worked the lights I
06:15
mean we're not gonna talk about this
06:17
there's a bird dude we were hearing
06:20
birds oh you know there's no way that's
06:28
how crazy is that dude we heard a bird
06:31
earlier like something like that and
06:32
then there's just birds sitting on top
06:34
of this well supposedly this room isn't
06:35
haunted it's just the floor so we're
06:37
good so you guys are fine salmon are
06:40
gonna have a bad night you guys remember
06:42
those balls in the TV channel the magic
06:44
oh yeah okay Jake you're gonna break
06:53
something
06:53
why can't our window open all the way
06:55
and the things are missing but even this
06:57
one can that we can no this is why is it
07:02
leaves locker
07:03
everyone off except for the hot most
07:05
except for three through three well a
07:07
guy jumped off oh if I never ended
07:10
there's always oh dude remember the
07:14
Fillmore had a club like this it's warm
07:16
in here dude Sam another bird what is up
07:21
with birds in here wait what is that
07:23
place guys dog going to this dog he's
07:27
about to land I think those Moe's
07:39
definitely host decoration ask some sort
07:44
of like haunting energy to me for some
07:46
reasons like symbolizes like loneliness
07:49
or something that's a little kid that's
07:51
do their paintings are so strange
07:54
there's another one you earth are we did
07:56
that did it did you just get this what
07:59
the door just like Ranelagh came back
08:02
open the door just went was that not you
08:06
know my hair break you saw that right
08:09
doing the CIO's around on the camera
08:12
what kills me is like it wasn't even
08:14
that harder that loud it was like way
08:16
softer it was not it was like yeah oh my
08:24
god another bird bro they love burgers
08:27
we continue to hear birds tonight like
08:30
we know why ready Bernie bird look now
08:34
there's pictures of birds
08:37
whoa whoa another stereo always yeah
08:42
yeah wherever we said the Biltmore guys
08:44
if this gets 300,000 likes we're coming
08:46
back to London doing a Presidential
08:49
Suite
08:50
five hundred thousand five hundred
08:51
thousand cause it's a million and five
08:53
hundred thousand okay no fair
08:58
beautiful
09:00
that's your tradition here so cute and
09:03
humble I forgot to bring this up but I
09:07
think the craziest thing that the
09:09
interviewer said today was that ghosts
09:11
could just be like a repeated
09:13
never-ending loop of energies that are
09:15
always doing the same thing yeah so easy
09:18
so it's like a section of time as
09:20
opposed to like actually a living being
09:23
which can make sense because that's why
09:24
they're always in the same outfit do the
09:26
same thing
09:27
and why like somewhat safe dose and
09:30
Queen Mary would never leave the same
09:31
room it's interesting or a ghost in be
09:34
340 who died 150 years ago might still
09:38
be there and they said what a butler
09:40
haunts the third floor and walks around
09:42
yeah what if that butler's just
09:43
constantly on this same schedule of
09:46
walking the floor we could never tell
09:48
them is the ghost or a real Butler shit
09:49
whoa is this considered a portal whoa
09:53
dude we found it on four tanks brother
09:57
four for Texas it's like technically a
10:02
portal for whatever the paranormal or
10:04
ghosts or demons because there's a
10:06
mirror facing mirrors and then there's a
10:08
mirror face in the mirror and then
10:10
there's a mirror facing the rear this
10:12
whole place mutely all the way back look
10:18
did you did you did you just do no no no
10:21
you see that can you see that on the
10:24
camera yeah let me get my yeah
10:28
it's a giant like you right as you just
10:32
said that
10:32
oh my god raise it back up raise it back
10:37
up it's like right there
10:38
yeah oh my god and Sam look boom whoa
10:44
dude it's like vortex after blood
10:46
attacks way down it's a square of like
10:49
Texas so it just tells you like any
10:53
place you have that has a vortexes hot
10:55
ticket the trap house the 24 PP room he
10:57
went out of order
10:58
we've even put that together so pretty
10:59
much after he moved out for text so
11:03
scary guys
11:10
should we be any wait do the interview
11:16
where people say the basement what's the
11:18
most haunted place oh yeah
11:20
whoa I had like an identical dream to
11:24
this exact room no secret look at all
11:28
these strange pictures - like there's an
11:30
old dude riding the carousel for kids
11:32
and missiles little kid walking in a cat
11:35
you see that it's like this place wants
11:38
to be weird
11:38
oh where are you going now you want to
11:47
go to the lake the lake where the fuck
12:04
did you get an apple
12:05
eh I'm sorry he wants to go bowling No
12:19
bread boring oh my gosh did you just
12:26
feel that gust of cold wind just hit
12:28
your face as you walk through yeah
12:37
this sounds like super old your that
12:39
what there's like plates moving back
12:41
there there's definitely people back
12:43
there
12:48
what's in there you're good yeah I think
13:06
you are you're about to cry no I'm just
13:08
I think it's like because we slept on
13:10
like an airplane or something but I've
13:12
had like a really bad headache all day
13:13
it's like not like a headache it's like
13:15
only a painful migraine like for two
13:17
seconds like right there but it's
13:18
happened like four or five times today
13:20
so I think it's cuz we slept on a plane
13:21
overnight no they say when you get a
13:22
headache or if like the back of your
13:24
neck starts her and that means it's like
13:26
a spirit or like demon trying to attach
13:28
to you rude yeah what and they say that
13:31
the universe start getting a headache
13:31
during an investigation you're supposed
13:33
to like go straight outside it's also
13:35
super hot and I remember that expert
13:38
lady saying people were complaining
13:39
about the temperature I'm saying is so
13:41
hot in the hotel and they start to get
13:43
freaked out that they can't even sleep
13:44
we came outside to get some fresh air
13:46
really quick this is what it looks like
13:48
on the outside okay network traffic dude
13:54
it smells like there's so awful and
13:59
these might be the let's get to our room
14:08
do a nice go my dear wanna good today
14:12
yeah did we agree on seance or no seance
14:19
sounds wrong I feel like we should just
14:25
play it like normal
14:27
ghost investigators let's just do it
14:28
like everybody else and just set up all
14:30
of our ghost equipment and see what
14:31
happens you know yeah this isn't about
14:33
putting ourselves in danger it's about
14:34
figuring out if things are paranormal we
14:37
finally did get a few new gadget
14:40
thingamabob err so let's set that out
14:41
and see what we find him booty on my
14:44
duty with the quarter on my nickel and I
14:45
got a little pickle in its second on my
14:47
hole Oh
14:52
first of all st. Augustine is where we
14:55
bought this imported from his hometown
14:58
that is so crazy
14:59
why are you freaking her up that's crazy
15:01
I'll tell you no Corey is haunted yeah
15:05
you guys all know what this is from
15:06
Corey's everybody knows no this is an
15:09
EMF meter so basically it detects
15:11
electronic frequencies or other energies
15:14
in the room so it's probably turned off
15:16
the master light so there's no
15:17
electronics on right now so let me turn
15:19
this on should light up if there's more
15:22
energy in the room and if it's red it's
15:24
bad right yeah but green it's normal
15:26
okay so we're doing right now we're
15:27
chillin right now they also have this
15:30
which is a green grid you'll see back
15:33
there well I'll show you when all the
15:35
lights are off basically do this and you
15:37
can detect if there are any movements
15:39
you can see I'm so happy you guys got
15:42
that and I would start trading my pants
15:44
if I saw something as it's going in the
15:47
shadow I just agree but whip it here
15:50
nothing and then finally oh my god I
15:53
think he's the only one that's ever used
15:55
them before
15:55
oh yeah I bought these the dowsing rods
15:59
throw dowsing or divining or water
16:03
witching you know how I've used these a
16:05
few times stopped using them recently
16:08
I was using them like weekly like a lot
16:10
of stuff was happening and I got a lot
16:12
of comments saying that these are just
16:13
as bad as Ouija boards wise I don't know
16:17
I never said why they're just like
16:18
you're an idiot
16:18
like that iran's are worse than movement
16:20
words now it's because they sound like a
16:22
it's like a what like a witch's tool or
16:24
something yeah it's literally in
16:25
literature so like water witching right
16:26
now he's word eventually down z became
16:29
known by the church as a work of the
16:31
devil over time and therefore
16:32
disappeared by the public view peasants
16:35
need to dowsing to find their water
16:36
source so it was done secretly spirits
16:39
would tell them where water was yeah
16:41
exactly
16:42
what well not spirits the devil true
16:48
dowsing is an extension of one's natural
16:50
feeling and into intuitive perceptions
16:53
with the aid of one's super conscious
16:56
mind and a pseudo device you can find
16:58
basically anything all right
17:00
there's now where's my girlfriend ah so
17:06
how do you work this you just hold them
17:07
up like this port or house you have to
17:09
just be super still so get it to where
17:12
they're not moving at all
17:13
yeah and then you ask the question who
17:16
say like if there's anyone in here with
17:17
us make these rods across each other
17:19
right now and then normally the Roger
17:27
no no what's the what it said is that
17:41
it's like and it's like tension of your
17:44
subconscious you're you legitimately
17:46
have so many goosebumps cuz I'm freaking
17:48
out bro that shouldn't have worked that
17:49
quick like normally we already like what
17:51
if there goes the other way we'll save
17:53
when we cross it like okay you cross it
17:55
now uncross it and it'll uncross I'll
17:57
ask the same question I'm like okay now
17:59
may not make them turn outwards and then
18:02
they'll cross outwards into a full
18:03
circle okay let's set it up and get
18:06
these things to work I guess we'll just
18:13
start with the EMF meter I've seen a lot
18:15
of people use this and I'm kind of a big
18:17
skeptic on this one I don't know about
18:18
you guys like I've never ever seen it
18:20
like freaked out ago super red so well
18:22
that's why we turned off all the lights
18:24
like look at this the master is off so
18:27
that no other electronic frequencies
18:30
would be doing anything in this room put
18:32
on our phones should we all pile them up
18:35
or something
18:36
what what in the closet what we thought
18:40
this was it a squeak yeah I heard it
18:42
that's what it sounded like wait wait
18:43
here my god dude it literally sounded
18:46
listen it was like the hangers so is
18:49
that is that what you heard yeah it was
18:50
more of like a being like oh did you see
18:57
that
18:59
it wasn't cuz I did you see that or now
19:02
what's on on camera that's CAS barely
19:04
just the second green Oh Sam what Sam
19:07
the hangars the hangars are lighting up
19:11
so the same thing that you just said was
19:12
squeaking can you make this device light
19:14
up yellow
19:19
dude it's gone didn't no one here that
19:23
coal they here what what will be the
19:26
actually wasn't me
19:27
what was it wait what y'all decided I'm
19:29
not critical it was like a creek goes
19:31
like from wait wait wait it's not it
19:34
sounded like that but over there I swear
19:36
to God the camera will pick it up but if
19:38
the ropes
19:39
keep moving where we're going because
19:41
it's the closest thing I'm sorry to
19:46
interrupt robot vortex right here no no
19:51
oh my god cuz that's not how you guys's
19:55
rooms was think about that that's why
19:59
your bathroom was completely different
20:02
oh my god it is so much oh my god dude
20:07
it's so much hotter in here no it's
20:10
orange and it's hot right next to the
20:14
mirror oh my god I've never seen it do
20:17
that before either and look when you
20:19
when you turn it away right there but
20:21
when you get next to the vortex wait
20:26
which window did he jump out of oh we
20:30
might have been this one
20:31
wait bring it towards the window okay
20:35
let's bring it towards the other window
20:36
are you
20:36
the mirrors don't have any no there
20:38
should why no a mirror a mirror would
20:41
not have electronic energy look ready
20:44
[Music]
20:46
wait Oh
20:49
oh my god I've never seen this in a
20:55
movie is it those lights you think no I
20:57
turned off all the lights see that look
20:59
it's not doing it on that side it's the
21:01
exact same light what is going on right
21:03
here you think that's where someone
21:05
committed suicide in the bathroom what
21:08
if the murders happen in here yeah they
21:10
never specified Oh oh my god no it is
21:12
definitely this bathroom dude look it
21:14
should be lighting up on the phone and
21:16
it doesn't hole you do I've never seen
21:20
this is insane I cannot believe we got
21:23
this to work dude there's something here
21:25
look at it blinking it keeps like going
21:26
in front and past it look yeah
21:28
here hold it up towards where you are
21:31
actually because that's like right right
21:33
yes right there I don't know why this
21:34
area is the worst
21:37
dude I have a horrible like headache
21:40
right you too yeah dude no right here
21:43
that's like this
21:44
migraine on the left side yeah mines on
21:46
the back right here and yours his
21:48
birthday is anything oh yes
21:52
holy what what is going on bro I have a
21:57
theory
21:57
he's make a doctor he came in the
21:59
bathroom off she went she was our and
22:01
then he comes up he's gonna kill her
22:03
like in the shower or something and
22:04
that's why the bad things going crazy
22:05
dude cuz it's not over here it's not on
22:08
this side but it's literally like right
22:10
here where do we try this window yeah
22:12
yeah let's go over there and then I want
22:14
to come back and see if it's still like
22:16
that when we all leave and guys if it
22:17
goes off out here like whoa did you guys
22:27
hear that's a good creepy ambience do
22:30
you hear that
22:31
I thought that was like footsteps but I
22:33
then again we're are in a hotel you
22:34
could have jumped from here the girl
22:36
could have been killed in the bathroom
22:38
now there could be a lot more energies
22:41
go set it on the ledge set it right
22:45
there
22:47
you should try talking to it if there
22:49
was any person who jumped off the edge
22:51
whose energy is still with us please let
22:54
us know I'm signaling on this device if
22:59
there's any energies at all with us
23:01
please let us know by signaling on this
23:03
device well let's set that meter up on
23:07
the bathroom but then also let's set up
23:09
the green red and in the bathroom with
23:12
the mirror yeah see if anything moves
23:14
dude it's just like the crazy how we put
23:17
the pieces together about the vortex and
23:18
then that happens you know look how the
23:20
orange is blinking yeah dude why is it
23:25
just blink
23:26
you know like doesn't it make sense it's
23:28
beeping in the bathroom this is the only
23:31
hot room in the entire room and also the
23:33
only cortex and the only vortex yeah
23:36
would it no it makes sense cuz even if
23:39
you close these doors it creates a
23:42
vortex right here with this mirror no
23:44
matter it's like a concept for text and
23:46
no matter what you cannot escape the
23:48
faces you can't oh that's so true if you
23:50
close these doors it gets rid of this
23:52
vortex but this one is inescapable
23:54
you're right I think whatever is funny
23:56
it's going on in the bathroom he's not
24:01
even lighting up orange anymore at all
24:02
as soon as we all I said we left the
24:05
bathroom we just lifted up for a second
24:10
oh yeah yeah whatever you touch a bag
24:13
whole leaf boy but you guys walked in
24:16
here the bed did this no it should and
24:20
then right after it shook you guys said
24:23
oh it's back I swear to God I did not
24:27
kill my body shook on the bed and you
24:30
you guys said it's there it was like it
24:32
got up and came here I swear on my life
24:36
this is where its most clear right at
24:39
the if she was doing her makeup has ever
24:41
hit the fourth one or is it just that
24:43
now interesting if there is an energy
24:46
here who wants to talk to us please make
24:49
a stronger signal
24:55
why right there though if it's a vortex
24:59
that's creating this why don't we just
25:02
make that vortex ten times stronger and
25:04
still say I've never seen it go on
25:07
yellow this long yeah dude I have seen
25:09
countless like I'm talking hundreds of
25:11
videos where people are using this same
25:13
device and nothing so I honestly it was
25:16
a skeptic of this but I've never seen it
25:18
light up like this before in the
25:19
comments if you guys know why this would
25:21
go off in a bathroom to debunk this
25:23
please let us know because the like only
25:25
thing electronic that has power is this
25:28
as a camera but we're getting close to
25:30
the camera it only gets closer yeah like
25:33
this is electric the camera look it's
25:34
still still not taking it off you know
25:38
when you go straight up here it's orange
25:41
and then off right here and then on
25:44
right there if you guys have an
25:45
explanation or maybe you can debunk this
25:47
in the comments please let us know we're
25:49
literally just what what's wrong okay
25:56
Jake was just showing me how the bed was
25:58
like shaking and so we were just like yo
26:00
we're off camera like let's see if
26:02
anything will happen off camera yeah and
26:04
so Jake was just like if there's
26:05
anything in here can you please make the
26:07
bed shake and something just went like
26:10
you really got boys in the closet
26:12
whenever we go in the bathroom I feel
26:14
like it comes to the bathroom with us
26:15
when we leave the bathroom it goes to
26:18
the bed you're sure cuz it was still
26:19
lighting up when we were a snuff what's
26:21
going on in there still it was still
26:22
like yeah I Cory pointed out there's
26:23
multiple people that died here it
26:25
doesn't have to be in one place bro if
26:27
you guys lay on the bed you'll feel it
26:29
you will feel something with you here
26:31
can you hold this when I was laying with
26:33
them we could feel it shaking if there's
26:39
anything in this room right now shake
26:42
the bed close your eyes for us so you
26:45
really concentrate on
26:54
what was that sound like a whistle
26:59
didn't it yeah bro I swear to God I
27:02
heard like it was like a word but it
27:04
came out as like a a flat down on the
27:08
bed okay alright you should turn off the
27:12
light I'm reading the vortex to you do
27:17
you guys feel the bed shaking at all
27:19
maybe barely German what Oh what I swear
27:34
bro I can't find the light brick what
27:37
happened right after I asked that I felt
27:40
they go back and forth you folks know
27:42
from feeling now that might have been
27:43
like just someone else like walking but
27:46
that would have been perfect timing if
27:47
that happened I never moved and he was
27:49
sitting down next to me no I meant like
27:50
up or down or something like that like
27:52
someone else in this so no way it could
27:54
have shipping this floor though maybe I
27:55
was just like wanted to feel it and felt
27:57
it but like that was weird
27:59
I don't know bro Rock bro we're gonna
28:02
try to combine the two instruments to
28:05
see if in kitchen anymore in the mirror
28:07
it only gets really crazy right around
28:10
here and above so here we've got the
28:14
most activity like right here so this is
28:16
the best spot not it's so hot here I
28:19
wonder if it's if that has anything to
28:21
do with it
28:22
exactly how to make this work but what
28:24
is kind of see if there's movements with
28:26
all the Creator yeah turn off that light
28:28
and just everyone like we should all
28:31
stand like in this back corner I'm gonna
28:33
turn this light off too
28:34
laughs oops whoa those gay whoa whoa oh
28:44
my god that is trip in the camera okay
28:49
cuz there's like a few on the lift
28:51
moving so well this right there is
28:56
definitely where it's
28:58
so anything's gonna turn up there so yo
29:03
Sam what turn that back one what is that
29:06
what what was that noise was that the
29:11
bed you heard no wasn't no it was bad
29:14
wasn't this is working too much in a
29:17
mirror it's like so confusing dear mom
29:19
wait locked
29:21
how do we get out okay so knock it if
29:28
any start like flickering or like
29:31
disappearing I don't know about this
29:35
light thing is I think we should try
29:37
like the voice box what is supposed to
29:39
happen
29:39
in a perfect world you keep it still you
29:42
know you set it somewhere and then you
29:43
pretty much try talking to it for like
29:45
10 to 15 minutes and then if you see
29:48
like an area moving and like dots are
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moving then you normally like go over
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there and start investigating it's
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normally that's where like activity is
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like this will kind of pick up where
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well we should go yeah yeah yeah I just
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wanted to actually try it for a second
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did you did you all just hear that right
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exactly where all the energy was wait
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what'd you say so my little brother just
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sent me a text out of nowhere and it's
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kind of freaking me out where he goes
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hey so I just saw your new video and at
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the end of it when you were talking
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about cuz in my video we use a spirit
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box that's not like in the spirit box it
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kept saying like save me or help me so
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he goes in the part when y'all were
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saying how it kept saying save me and
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you were wondering like what you should
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do I just wanted to let you know my
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little brother's 14 by the way because I
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just want to let you know I went to a
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psychic lady and she told me that I have
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powers to send ghosts to the other side
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lol all I have to say is you are free to
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go to the other side and it helps them
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go through I know this sounds really
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stupid but ever since I talked to her
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I've been seeing giant black figures in
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my room
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night and when I sleep it feels like
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someone's watching me what that's what
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my little brother just texted me so you
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think your whole family has got
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something because my whole family did
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the Ouija board broke like my little
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brother was like five when he was doing
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it with us
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he just said I keep seeing giant black
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figures in my room when I'm trying to
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sleep
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and I can't because it feels like
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they're watching me that's insane
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what the fuck out of nowhere and he's 14
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14 was here I was 14 when I first saw
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the Shadow Man whoa say anything it's
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getting passed down
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I really do you think it's been
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following you for what yeah
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like everywhere you go type thing I
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don't think of it like that cuz I didn't
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know right now but like I don't know I
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don't know I don't like to think that
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deep into like when we're being followed
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I like to think that they only do stuff
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when we do investigations if the shadow
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man's following me or something like
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that that's like some real like devil
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type stuff you know some things like
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attach to you personally and if it's
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attached to me and now my little
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brother's getting it yeah but didn't she
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says kind of like why you want to do
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this you want to kind of figure it out
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oh yeah bro like that's what I think
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especially with everything that we've
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done like we're all screwed like we're
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all pretty much guaranteed to be haunted
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for life and so we can either that's
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reassuring
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dude it's a fact we're screwed like cuz
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we don't know what happens when we're
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gone like you know we can talk to as
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many experts as we want there
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researchers for like the unknown sorry
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for like something refer like what we
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don't know and like that's something
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that we don't know like when we play
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with the spirit world what happens when
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we go to it and like I'm kind of just in
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this mood where I'm kind of tired of
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running and I just want to figure out
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what happens and I want to learn what
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happens when I want to yeah bro cuz I
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don't want to die and then I'm in a
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blank room with the shadow man staring
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at me for a billion years especially if
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it's affecting your family if my little
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brother is seeing the shadow man right
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now then yeah this is a big maybe it's
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not a generational thing maybe it's just
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the fact that so many people around you
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did the same Ouija board stuff but if
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you can figure out how to
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control it or how to save yourself or
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how to understand it then you could
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definitely save them what I want to do
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and I think that's the whole reason
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we're all doing this is so we get a full
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understanding of it and so that no
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matter what comes our way we can you
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know combat it
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well would you all do grow if your
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little brother or sister texted Joel and
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is like hey I think I'm seeing something
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in my room like would you not feel
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responsible
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like I I kind of feel like yeah I would
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definitely feel responsible especially
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from the same stuff that we've been
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doing but it's also now a responsibility
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to understand it more than ever be able
33:50
to answer his questions when he's got
33:52
questions for you know we just got to
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figure out how to help them like if you
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feel that it could be slightly your
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fault
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then like let's fix it maybe it might be
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good if I call it a night
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I'm sorry guys I just got really weird
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I'm sorry for bringing that up
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no that's like that's your family like
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it's totally understanding what though
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during an investigation it is getting
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late anyways what you say this ghost box
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is like ruined or something what is this
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on there well that's the TSA message it
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with all the candles and stuff and so
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now that's dead and it's out of battery
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okay so just charge this up it's getting
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late anyways like should we just meet up
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again at like 3:00 or something yeah
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yeah my best you see what possibly
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happens at 3:00 and then honestly just
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move on now it's getting serious and now
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it's more just like well let's
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understand it more yeah we'd have to
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grow like we're not doing you know we
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have to like figure it out no it's not
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even like we're just ghost hunting
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anymore bro it's like if we're putting
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our family in danger bro or yours I mean
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I don't know after the origin I think I
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haven't really experienced anything but
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yes
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what was that what was that what was
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that immediately after you talk about
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your family
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holy all right okay it was a random
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number I was gonna say where I'm back to
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Cali oh my god okay let's set alarms
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perfect three or something like that but
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I think it's good to take a break for a
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minute like relax and then I'll come
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back to this in a minute
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sweetie you saw I do this
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oh yeah actually it's dawn Jade Cora
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cause
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so weird that we filmed there since
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there
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if you think about it we actually just
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spoke we slept like a couple hours
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[Music]
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your call has been forwarded to an
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highness there obviously I didn't say
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[Music]
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[Music]
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[Music]
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mr. Cory all right oh yeah oh my god
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it's 333
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you think he just rally woke up right
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now maybe something happened
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yeah I've never had a library not
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telling this week I think it's the
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jetlag honestly no I mean it's just like
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unbearable for like 10 seconds yeah okay
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because I feel like I have a like a
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slight headache too but it's oh my god
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we're still filming asleep should we
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just go over there yeah this is what we
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do for you guys late like the video bye
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bye the March let's go wake up yeah
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yeah good morning well you guys dad yeah
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what's up sleeping what are you guys
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doing coming over here cuz we're trying
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to call you but you didn't answer my
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phone the charger
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did you call this like a mistake so Snow
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White I didn't call it not like two
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minutes ago
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didn't you just call us my phone's
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literally charging on the port what like
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like at 3:00 and I called you guys at
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3:33 it's it what wait I never called
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you cheekbone you got a call like ten
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minutes ago from Cory you know were you
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up cuz because we called you guys at
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3:00 and you guys didn't pick up and so
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we thought you're calling us back dude
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you know right before that I woke up
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three thirty three sad I just processed
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and yeah we that 333 cuz I woken up just
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like one or two minutes beforehand
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because like my headache will not go
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away and then automatic I just hear your
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phone ringing I was like thank god he's
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up it said Cory sheer yeah like it
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wasn't like a block number Oh what do
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your phone does it say for sure sure you
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can ask Jane bro we both in asleep
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recents 334 I never called Colby what
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the or Colby Saturday two days ago
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let me check out of the hotel we thought
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we were gonna get up at 3 but when we
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got up at 3 and it called you guys
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nothing was happening and so we decided
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to call it a night my phone call Colby
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or maybe is this a glitch it might have
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been like from a past call that he just
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grandma got a notification so you guys
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didn't like
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years ago yes / we we like set some
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alarms to try to like wake everybody up
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and go for a three o'clock but I guess
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that didn't happen what was that
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who is up at 3:00
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no one's out here like a slam
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we have so much stuff planned tomorrow
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should we just sleep down it's only like
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uh what was it a little more support I
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feel like we should at least try to like
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sleep one more time long wait now yeah
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okay yeah oh wait I would even tell you
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guys when we came in here earlier this
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was Lily like that and I asked Jay cause
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like did anyone touch it like did you
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ever touch a prayer in there and he was
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like no we went downstairs to get water
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we came back up and it was like this why
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it's not only why itself
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where's the vents could that be a part
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of it oh yeah there's let's know there
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there's no way wishing that this hotel
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room well I definitely agree that we
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should this what for oh my god Jake the
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only thing that I can think of is you
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guys know that like prank call app where
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you can type in a phone number Oh how
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would somebody know my phone number and
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your phone at 3:33 unless it is one of
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our friends 333 like if somebody was
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doing it back in America how would they
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know like we'll try to get some sleep
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and as soon as you guys wake up just let
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us know and we'll dip out of here sorry
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for freaking guys out but yeah oh thank
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you of course dude I got you thanks very
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much
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we'll see ya don't get too scared
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all right you don't explain to the
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viewers why the fuck you are up okay so
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what the fuck was that was that what the
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holy holy let's go what the go yeah yeah
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wait weird going what dude what
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seriously get your how he thought the
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phone's it did we throw the phone down
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earlier no okay these suits maybe Cory
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and Jake were right we should just get
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out of here passive you waking up why
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were you even awake dude okay so I was
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checking footage and of the camera yeah
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like I couldn't go to sleep after we
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talked to Cory and so I was checking
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back footage and dude like how you gonna
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have to show you something I'm pretty
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sure Hopkins I'll show them all let me
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get outside the let's go
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why
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you good I got super nauseous room
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The day begins in the famous Hotel Sacher like every morning with a meeting.
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Director Rainer Heilmann has his Department head around him.
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"So, today we have some arrivals other we have the delegation, the
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will arrive at noon. The flag I think so
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be hoisted ... "Rainer Heilmann has been the director here for 24 years,
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He comes from Melle in Lower Saxony. A Piefke leads perhaps the most Austrian
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of all hotels - how could that happen? "Well, that's a good question. In the first one
00:46
Moment you think, it's a contradiction in itself - but it is not
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I must say. At that time I like to Hotel director was determined
00:55
was it really the case that hardly, at least here in Vienna, there was a German
01:01
the leading position in the luxury hotel. Of course, at the beginning a few times
01:06
asked by guests that I have not yet knew
01:08
who wanted to know where I came from. Said they do not come right out
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Vienna...? That was a very nice description,
01:14
but it was never a problem at all. " He commands over 330 employees in the
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Hotel. One for European conditions sumptuous number, with 149 rooms and suites.
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Also the housekeepers and keeper are Employees and not outgesourct, like
01:34
elsewhere. The Sacher employs people from 27 nations.
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She's only recently with it: Helen Busch from Erlangen. Trainees in the
01:49
first year of apprenticeship in the Sacherkuche. You were already allowed to make Wiener schnitzel? Yes. And difficult? When you get the hang of it ... there really is one
01:59
beautiful rocking movement for the pan, so that the lard and
02:03
the fat spreads nicely over the schnitzel and it's baking nicely. But it has to
02:07
really much fat in? Big mess right much fat.
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Let's see what awaits them today. Even her boss has someone else about her:
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Alexandra Winkler. Her family has owned the hotel since 1934.
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We have here ... There is a decision to: new uniforms for the Wagenmeister,
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park the guest cars. Can the second as a summer with a vest, too
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is very nice. Then we'll do it that way. Must also be a Grand Hotel Director in be saddled with fashionable things?
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Certainly not in fashionable things, but there I have Frau Winkler.
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No, but I think it's already on essential part is that you too in
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every detail is involved. Be it here in the design - and we are very
03:15
loving detail and also the family is very loving detail, but I think that does
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also something out if you are a private lead guided house. The man in
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every detail involved and that is Ultimately, what the guest sees and
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observed. Helen Busch, the apprentice in the basement kitchen, is now to take the
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Vacuum Puntarella, a bitter chicory species. "Do they already have that?
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Austrian kitchen vocabulary all on it? Carrot, Melanzane ...
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But you know what cassava is: cauliflower. Is very confusing. I have been to supermarkets
03:53
and asked for the cauliflower and then they stood in silence for five minutes
03:57
and did not know what the other one meant. Good thing Puntarella also in Austria
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Puntarella means asparagus chicory
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Did you learn this? Yes ... What's wrong, what happened? That's wrong vacuumed ...
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I'm just a beginner in vacuuming.
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That is relatively feasible - so that's alright ... The cooking point is even.
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In the meantime, your boss is probably going to his favorite course, to the confiserie next door.
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Because he is not just hotel, but also pie director. Now even the director is waiting patiently here
05:02
because the guests have priority. The guests and the customers always have
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Priority, then we like to wait here. The advice is still important.
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There is not much to advise on the product, everyone knows that, Sacher-Torte. The original Sachertorte
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you know, but many just want to over the sizes know who
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Durability know how they work Packed is how you can ship them.
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So there are some questions. Yearly The Sacher sells 360,000 units.
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One is waiting for Helen Busch Challenge: with Zander for 30
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She has never had anything to do with people. Is it unusual for a trainee to roast a fish in his first year of apprenticeship?
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Exceptionally it depends, ever after what you apprentice then
05:52
trusts. This is here once for one Afternoon celebration, this is the fish
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fried, first on the skin side and with salt and lemon pepper. Then
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he is placed there on the surface, with Butter, so he does not burn, just before
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we put it on the plate again hot push off. And if she's the ten servings now in the sand
06:18
put, what then? Then the Felix has to debark the fish again ...
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After fish is still her boss in the morning Not. Rather after cake. Found for over 100 years
06:35
the production in the basement of the hotel instead of. For this, the place and long ago missing
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the 40 employees bake in the Suburb. With real eggs from the shell
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and not from the tetra pack,
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with muscle power and without vending machines. Why is this done by hand, do not they have machines for it?
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No, not aware because we have
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You want to work like this ... do not worry!
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Because air is our natural instinctual agent.
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We work without preservatives and work without baking powder etc.
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That means, you have to be here by hand carefully the egg yolk mass under the
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Stir egg whites, otherwise you would air relatively quickly
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knock out and the cake would not go up and the cake would not be
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airy. Did they hear with you when they did this would not do by hand, that would be
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Air out ... Exactly! The recipe is after one
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decades of litigation. Since then, only these pies are called "Original
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Sachertorten ". Cake manufactory and hotel are
08:00
economically separate companies under the roof of the brand Sacher. Both
08:05
benefit from each other and the pies carry the name of the hotel all over the world.
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Meanwhile, Helen Busch still has it with the fish. What does they say now, if the fish
08:15
good is? The feeling, the eyes, the fingers, the nose? The feeling and eyes would be me
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say. So if I sear fish at home
08:23
then mostly on the Skin side. So that the skin side nice and crisp
08:27
and ultimately here in the Oven is done.
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I roast then briefly on the Meat side and then he is done. Not fish
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Otherwise it will dry up. A job posting had Helen Busch and
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the Sacher merged. You also thought about going to a top restaurant
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go like Palais Coburg, Sylvio Nickol, or Steirereck?
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Yes, of course that was also a consideration and of course you also have a lot of respect
09:00
such localities of course
09:03
known worldwide. The Steirereck is one of the ten best restaurants in the world
09:08
and you're a bit awed dare not really get it and
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that hotel Sacher just had the Job had advertised and came to me
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then more receptive to Applications and all this is very
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had received positive and then got the commitment. The Steirereck
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is located in the city park with its many Musician monuments right behind Johann
09:35
Ostrich to the younger one. Down there cheap classic cuisine with veal escalope
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and Kaiserschmarrn. It goes up something different too.
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That lures every now and then Rainer Heilmann.
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Chef Heinz Reitbauer controls both Restaurants from a kitchen. He, too
10:06
cooks today with Puntarella, they exist to seashells from the Atlantic and saltwater capers,
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if you have not been before eating full. May I tempt you to some bread?
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And we would have white bread with lavender and ... salt, olive parade, parisian bread,
10:26
dark, leavened white bread, similar to a pain in France, organic forest shrub single-grain bread,
10:32
Rye spelled, pumpkin and sunflower seeds, pumpkin seed carrot,
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classic sourdough crust bread, then Smoke from ..., dark rye malty, or one
10:48
... wells, homemade. What was that honey with ... lavender, wonderful. The Steirereck
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is known for the extensive Abandonment of precious products like caviar,
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Lobster or goose liver. Here there are very different stuff, but it must be the same
11:03
Tench with cauliflower? The question does not arise with us.
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We try something and if it harmonizes well, that's okay.
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Whether that's any rules subject is ...
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I hardly know where you even get tench for dinner.
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Therefore, it is for me a special fish in principle once and in this quality anyway.
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His products are no less exclusive. On the contrary: for example
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the imperial citrus fruits. The Orangerie, originally by Empress Maria Theresia
11:39
because she loved lemonade and at the courts of Europe
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Tradition was that you had an orangery, was the custom in Vienna and enjoy it.
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Very nice thank you! We will take a closer look at that.
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A piece of Vienna lies in Wollzeile. A Greissler, as it is called here, a kind of noble-mom-and-pop shop, almost
12:04
all has. And even many Viennese do not know: here is an exciting
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Back room. Helen Busch likes to come here to talk to Erwin Jung.
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The autodidact cooks every lunch as well fresh as original. Street food the
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today he has the rare Pearlfish on the menu. I am the
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Only one who processes this fish can, because nobody else
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that gets. So, good appetite! Thank you.
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There are a lot of culinary offers in Vienna. What draws you here, of all places?
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First, the originality, then the conscious food, so as Erwin already said
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with the pearlfish, that's of course a big one
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Feature. Which, of course, only here and the hospitality is very easy.
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You are recognized here, you go here to get to know each other, so here
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I already have a lot of great people met, already true Viennese greats.
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Incidentally, the pearlfish is by-catch gone to the net.
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Rainer Heilmann returns to the Job. He has been trained for 24 years
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Cook already director in the hotel Sacher.
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Despite many structural changes, the happened under his direction, acts
13:19
the house like from another Century. Over 1000 sculptures and
13:24
Original paintings contribute to this. The largest shows a North Sea port. On
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Piece of home for the director Lower Saxony.
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Here we come now to the history of House.
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And that began in 1832, when Franz Sacher with 16 years the Sachertorte invented. His
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Son Eduard, a successful restaurateur, bought the hotel at the Opera in 1876 and
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renamed it Sacher. Then he met Anna Sacher, Metzger's daughter from the second
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District. At 21 she became the wife of Eduard. A beauty at a young age.
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Later hardworking cigar smoker and Networker at court and in the
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Art scene. The place for all that celebrity guests from 140 years
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Hotel history is getting tight. A new wall would be needed soon.
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Or you have to discard some, Boris Becker, for example. That would be a pity, to be honest.
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Because we do not scrape them off. For example, Jamie Lee Curtis,
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Tina Turner, I would not even think of hanging her.
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There is no reason for that either. Franz Beckenbauer for example? We have that
14:40
but not. Is not a guest of us.
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After the Sachers came the Gurtlers. We meet the third generation in the red bar.
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Here is the pure tradition on the Plates and on the walls. lovingly
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the plush ensemble of Alexandra Gurtler-Winkler and husband
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Matthias. Is that a heavy legacy, what did you do? It's a beautiful legacy
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it is a responsible heritage and It's an honor to keep going
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allowed. Remember the heritage,
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that you will leave once? Of course. I believe as
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Family business you think in Generations.
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That makes us different from the others big corporations, from the chains.
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That if we have a big investment have that we are certainly different there
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approach as if you were only in three or five-year margins think.
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We remember what we will become ours Hand over to children once?
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Her director also comes from one Hotelier family. But after a few
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Years ago in Vienna Rainer Heilmann was for Melle and the parental small hotel
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lost. Luckily for the Sacher. With regulars
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He makes the last minute check Matter for the boss.
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Yes, put it down there quietly, because the guests I think are there in half an hour. And now
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comes room service and still brings all the chocolates and the whole
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fresh fruit, that still has to come. Now I'm curious if you have something here
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Find. The hair in the soup in the room. So I always find something and hate that
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also many employees. For example here it is very clear, there is the blackout
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much wider than because it is not right is drawn. So in the bathroom will be
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looked exactly like that.
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The seam, you should not if possible see. The detail is by far that where
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The guest then says: That's it been.
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So here, for example, should be the pillow not be that here
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Zipper is, but should be down. That is actually too
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so learned, but learning does not mean always so applied.
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Yes, these are little things. Are you too Home a dreaded pingel? If you mean mine
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Woman would ask that would do that to answer very clearly yes. Yes, that's the way it is.
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Otherwise you would not have the job. Faithful Sacher guests love such attention to detail
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and pay between 535 and 6100 Euro per night. Karl-Heinz Wolf for
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Example. A living near Salzburg German wine merchant, gourmet
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and music fan. Yes, we stay one whole night, that's why we have so much luggage.
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All night, yes, exactly. It's good. He came to Vienna for an opera premiere.
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Of course the Sacher is ideal. Be right back. Why do you like to live in the Sacher?
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Because it's just beautiful and because it's one Private hotel is. I love private hotels.
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What is the difference? Can you feel it? Individual and the people are all
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already 100 years, already many years here and when you arrive here,
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one thinks, one comes home. You will be very friendly and very individually welcomed.
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If I go in right now, into the red bar, the head waiter know
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Me too for 35 years and that's easy Great.
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That's why you like to come here at least once a month.
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That would have liked Anna Sacher certainly good.
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Helen Busch, the young trainee, leaves the cellar kitchen behind for today
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and enjoy the wintry Viennese Sun.
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She wants to show us some of her favorite addresses.
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For example, there are in the Palais Ferstel a paradise for ham-friends.
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The products are from the Eastern Styria of happy pigs
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with spout, open stables and cereal feeding. Their hams ripen up to
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72 months at higher temperatures than usually. Mrs. Busch, for a 21-year-old is
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this is an unusual place. Or do not you think so?
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I'm funny with such places
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grew up. That's why it's for me nothing unusual, good quality
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to eat. And these ham mountains behind To you, does that stimulate your appetite?
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Insane. Does that awaken the cook in you? Can I immediately think of what recipes
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can do it. It is really nice. Because you know where it comes from and you have
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the local people who really are themselves take care that it is regional and
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high quality products are.
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She has her own ham here already hanging, a gift from her parents.
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We learn a completely different product in Know Schonbrunn. The lemonade girlfriend
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Maria Theresa had stayed here eighteenth century an orangery
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let build. Today will be there however, stored in palms. Also the
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spectacular glass palace of the Habsburgs does not necessarily house the largest
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botanical treasure of the castle park. He is in some rather
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inconspicuous greenhouses on the edge. Heinz Reitbauer pulls it regularly
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here. Does Mr. Karner have things you get nowhere else? I say
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Mr. Karner only has things that you can not get anywhere else gets, except for a few exceptions
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Naturally. But especially in one Diversity and quality, like it
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probably no second in Europe.
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Heimo Karner has a few here over 150 years old trees. Among those is
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maybe Empress Sissi has already changed hands. Even under Buddha's hand.
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Are you more of a Keeper, Mr. Karner? Keep what centuries ago
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was already here? Yes, that's first Line the task that one
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builds and preserves historical varieties and look that one back somewhere
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gets in That they are not lost.
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Mr. Reitbauer, were you surprised at everything there is here?
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I could not believe that Beginning. So there are, too
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Here live, where the orangery stands in full bloom.
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You go to your knees happily.
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That's how beautiful it is and of course for a cook, this variety is important
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Acidity in the first place unbelievable more important because it does
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such a new spectrum in the kitchen and has a lot in our kitchen
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great importance. Through the kitchen of Heinz Reitbauer
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become the almost forgotten treasures known to the estate of the Habsburgs and
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Keep it alive. Twice a week comes the world famous
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Cook or one of his staff here over for shopping. Also other chefs
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the glass doors open, but none is so enthusiastic about the rare
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Fruits like Heinz Reitbauer.
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Helen Busch stays at her free Afternoon in the city center so to speak
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Training.
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Hard to say in which drawer one Babette's could get stuck.
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What is it here? Gewurzhandlung, bookstore, cafe, restaurant ...?
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All in one: spice shop and lunch we offer also something to eat. There are curries we can do with it
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we cook with our spice blends. We always have ragouts, cakes, coffee ...
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All in one.
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Not only vanilla is in the air.
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This gives the many cookbooks a very own aroma.
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Every time I take a bag home with me, oh God, now I have to go back
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run and buy the spices. So a selling point for the
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Books, not against it? In any case for the books, so even if you have one
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goes specifically to the Asian area, are the girls crazy here
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informed. They say you want to be cook this dish or which one
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Spice suits best, for example you do not like cumin, what could you
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Instead, they are always ready any counter-arguments
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bring or say, you can use that instead. They are real
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very top. So, what I always hear is always great.
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How long does the smell last in the books? on? I do not really have it yet
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Tested, I have to say quite honestly. The smell then mixes with mine
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other cookbooks that already are present, the after
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smell everything. For hours, the 21-year-old is staying here.
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In search of new ideas, after Inspiration, for relaxation.
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Vienna is the only capital in Europe with significant viticulture. Some wines
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from up here are really good. So some mixed sentence, for example. For a
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Rainer Heilmann comes here early for dinner.
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More specifically, on the edge of the Potzleinsdorfer castle park, only a few
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Minutes drive from the city center. He knows the Steyrerstockl because he
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lived for years around the corner and that is not alone in Vienna.
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I have seen in the parking lot only Vienna license plate. That's actually different Guests not so well known. First
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Line are only locals. Yes. And we...
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This used to be a refuge until Peter Goach came from Styria and
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it is a cozy piece of jewelry made. Even in the afternoon is hardly here
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to get a seat. served She prefers to be a pig.
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And what do you do with the pig? Everything is processed, as it used to be
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the case has been. It is important to us that here with these creatures no
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Schindluder operate and is for us important to us, as well as it
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has always been with us at home.
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Then once a month has been tapped
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and then this pig is absolute been processed.
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You can see it in the photo.
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This is our home. That's the grandfather.
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Rainer Heilmann's young colleague shows us one more of her culinary
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Favorite places: the full board. A first few months old mix of Cafe and
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Restaurant. Baked and cooked here after Grandma's recipes, without
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Baking mixes, from the grandmas themselves, hourly depending on performance.
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First, the whole thing was just a pop-up, as temporary social project
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planned. Now it is almost complete normal gastronomic operation.
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What do you say as a cook to the concept here? Great concept, so I heard it
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by word of mouth. It immediately convinced me, it is super nice that young
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People
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older gentlemen, so predominantly Ladies baking cakes, such a one
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Chance to give. Again in the Age to say: okay, I'm starting now
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through again and do something and can my secret cake recipes or dumpling recipes
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pass on. Being addressed feels, it seems,
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especially young female guests. today have an actress and an OP
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Sister cake service. Both are over 50. You only see benefits.
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Communicate, communicate,
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to be used, so to speak, also the Older. Not just so stamped too
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but we are there, we still have something on it.
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For the most original concept of the year There was just a price of one
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respected trade magazine.
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the culinary and musical Vienna lie close to each other.
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In the case of the opera very tight. So many one quickly quenches his hunger
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before the performance. This benefits that Sacher, surrounding
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Restaurants and also this one Establishment in an outstanding location.
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The most famous sausage stall of the City.
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Refresh restaurant in Hotel Sacher Twice this evening. The
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Opera thank you. The calculus of Anna Sacher has been going on for over 100 years.
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Much to the delight of Rainer Heilmann, as usual for the details
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Interested. How is it going tonight? Well booked tonight and also after
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the opera premiere are some reservations. Exactly Hansel and Gretel will be given.
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So it's getting late here today. But there's restaurant manager
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Johannes Mayer has long since become accustomed to 30 years of Sacher.
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We often have opera premieres, yes there The guests come relatively late. The
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is then always nice for us, there Of course, they also come
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Singer to us and that is always a great experience.
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But they have to work longer, the kitchen has to work longer. Others would moan.
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But then there is also free time.
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It is expected of them.
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The guests expect it and then stay in peace.
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Stay until midnight or longer and end the evening.
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So that goes without saying for us.
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Also this day ends at the Hotel Sacher as always in the middle of the night. [~DETAIL_TEXT] => 00:13
The day begins in the famous Hotel Sacher like every morning with a meeting.
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Director Rainer Heilmann has his Department head around him.
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"So, today we have some arrivals other we have the delegation, the
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will arrive at noon. The flag I think so
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be hoisted ... "Rainer Heilmann has been the director here for 24 years,
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He comes from Melle in Lower Saxony. A Piefke leads perhaps the most Austrian
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of all hotels - how could that happen? "Well, that's a good question. In the first one
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Moment you think, it's a contradiction in itself - but it is not
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I must say. At that time I like to Hotel director was determined
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was it really the case that hardly, at least here in Vienna, there was a German
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the leading position in the luxury hotel. Of course, at the beginning a few times
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asked by guests that I have not yet knew
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who wanted to know where I came from. Said they do not come right out
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Vienna...? That was a very nice description,
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but it was never a problem at all. " He commands over 330 employees in the
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Hotel. One for European conditions sumptuous number, with 149 rooms and suites.
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Also the housekeepers and keeper are Employees and not outgesourct, like
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elsewhere. The Sacher employs people from 27 nations.
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She's only recently with it: Helen Busch from Erlangen. Trainees in the
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first year of apprenticeship in the Sacherkuche. You were already allowed to make Wiener schnitzel? Yes. And difficult? When you get the hang of it ... there really is one
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beautiful rocking movement for the pan, so that the lard and
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the fat spreads nicely over the schnitzel and it's baking nicely. But it has to
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really much fat in? Big mess right much fat.
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Let's see what awaits them today. Even her boss has someone else about her:
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Alexandra Winkler. Her family has owned the hotel since 1934.
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We have here ... There is a decision to: new uniforms for the Wagenmeister,
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park the guest cars. Can the second as a summer with a vest, too
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is very nice. Then we'll do it that way. Must also be a Grand Hotel Director in be saddled with fashionable things?
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Certainly not in fashionable things, but there I have Frau Winkler.
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No, but I think it's already on essential part is that you too in
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every detail is involved. Be it here in the design - and we are very
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loving detail and also the family is very loving detail, but I think that does
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also something out if you are a private lead guided house. The man in
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every detail involved and that is Ultimately, what the guest sees and
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observed. Helen Busch, the apprentice in the basement kitchen, is now to take the
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Vacuum Puntarella, a bitter chicory species. "Do they already have that?
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Austrian kitchen vocabulary all on it? Carrot, Melanzane ...
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But you know what cassava is: cauliflower. Is very confusing. I have been to supermarkets
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and asked for the cauliflower and then they stood in silence for five minutes
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and did not know what the other one meant. Good thing Puntarella also in Austria
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Puntarella means asparagus chicory
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Did you learn this? Yes ... What's wrong, what happened? That's wrong vacuumed ...
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I'm just a beginner in vacuuming.
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That is relatively feasible - so that's alright ... The cooking point is even.
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In the meantime, your boss is probably going to his favorite course, to the confiserie next door.
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Because he is not just hotel, but also pie director. Now even the director is waiting patiently here
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because the guests have priority. The guests and the customers always have
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Priority, then we like to wait here. The advice is still important.
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There is not much to advise on the product, everyone knows that, Sacher-Torte. The original Sachertorte
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you know, but many just want to over the sizes know who
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Durability know how they work Packed is how you can ship them.
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So there are some questions. Yearly The Sacher sells 360,000 units.
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One is waiting for Helen Busch Challenge: with Zander for 30
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She has never had anything to do with people. Is it unusual for a trainee to roast a fish in his first year of apprenticeship?
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Exceptionally it depends, ever after what you apprentice then
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trusts. This is here once for one Afternoon celebration, this is the fish
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fried, first on the skin side and with salt and lemon pepper. Then
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he is placed there on the surface, with Butter, so he does not burn, just before
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we put it on the plate again hot push off. And if she's the ten servings now in the sand
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put, what then? Then the Felix has to debark the fish again ...
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After fish is still her boss in the morning Not. Rather after cake. Found for over 100 years
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the production in the basement of the hotel instead of. For this, the place and long ago missing
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the 40 employees bake in the Suburb. With real eggs from the shell
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and not from the tetra pack,
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with muscle power and without vending machines. Why is this done by hand, do not they have machines for it?
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No, not aware because we have
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You want to work like this ... do not worry!
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Because air is our natural instinctual agent.
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We work without preservatives and work without baking powder etc.
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That means, you have to be here by hand carefully the egg yolk mass under the
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Stir egg whites, otherwise you would air relatively quickly
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knock out and the cake would not go up and the cake would not be
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airy. Did they hear with you when they did this would not do by hand, that would be
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Air out ... Exactly! The recipe is after one
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decades of litigation. Since then, only these pies are called "Original
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Sachertorten ". Cake manufactory and hotel are
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economically separate companies under the roof of the brand Sacher. Both
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benefit from each other and the pies carry the name of the hotel all over the world.
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Meanwhile, Helen Busch still has it with the fish. What does they say now, if the fish
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good is? The feeling, the eyes, the fingers, the nose? The feeling and eyes would be me
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say. So if I sear fish at home
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then mostly on the Skin side. So that the skin side nice and crisp
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and ultimately here in the Oven is done.
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I roast then briefly on the Meat side and then he is done. Not fish
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Otherwise it will dry up. A job posting had Helen Busch and
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the Sacher merged. You also thought about going to a top restaurant
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go like Palais Coburg, Sylvio Nickol, or Steirereck?
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Yes, of course that was also a consideration and of course you also have a lot of respect
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such localities of course
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known worldwide. The Steirereck is one of the ten best restaurants in the world
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and you're a bit awed dare not really get it and
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that hotel Sacher just had the Job had advertised and came to me
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then more receptive to Applications and all this is very
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had received positive and then got the commitment. The Steirereck
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is located in the city park with its many Musician monuments right behind Johann
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Ostrich to the younger one. Down there cheap classic cuisine with veal escalope
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and Kaiserschmarrn. It goes up something different too.
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That lures every now and then Rainer Heilmann.
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Chef Heinz Reitbauer controls both Restaurants from a kitchen. He, too
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cooks today with Puntarella, they exist to seashells from the Atlantic and saltwater capers,
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if you have not been before eating full. May I tempt you to some bread?
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And we would have white bread with lavender and ... salt, olive parade, parisian bread,
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dark, leavened white bread, similar to a pain in France, organic forest shrub single-grain bread,
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Rye spelled, pumpkin and sunflower seeds, pumpkin seed carrot,
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classic sourdough crust bread, then Smoke from ..., dark rye malty, or one
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... wells, homemade. What was that honey with ... lavender, wonderful. The Steirereck
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is known for the extensive Abandonment of precious products like caviar,
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Lobster or goose liver. Here there are very different stuff, but it must be the same
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Tench with cauliflower? The question does not arise with us.
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We try something and if it harmonizes well, that's okay.
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Whether that's any rules subject is ...
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I hardly know where you even get tench for dinner.
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Therefore, it is for me a special fish in principle once and in this quality anyway.
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His products are no less exclusive. On the contrary: for example
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the imperial citrus fruits. The Orangerie, originally by Empress Maria Theresia
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because she loved lemonade and at the courts of Europe
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Tradition was that you had an orangery, was the custom in Vienna and enjoy it.
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Very nice thank you! We will take a closer look at that.
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A piece of Vienna lies in Wollzeile. A Greissler, as it is called here, a kind of noble-mom-and-pop shop, almost
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all has. And even many Viennese do not know: here is an exciting
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Back room. Helen Busch likes to come here to talk to Erwin Jung.
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The autodidact cooks every lunch as well fresh as original. Street food the
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today he has the rare Pearlfish on the menu. I am the
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Only one who processes this fish can, because nobody else
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that gets. So, good appetite! Thank you.
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There are a lot of culinary offers in Vienna. What draws you here, of all places?
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First, the originality, then the conscious food, so as Erwin already said
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with the pearlfish, that's of course a big one
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Feature. Which, of course, only here and the hospitality is very easy.
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You are recognized here, you go here to get to know each other, so here
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I already have a lot of great people met, already true Viennese greats.
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Incidentally, the pearlfish is by-catch gone to the net.
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Rainer Heilmann returns to the Job. He has been trained for 24 years
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Cook already director in the hotel Sacher.
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Despite many structural changes, the happened under his direction, acts
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the house like from another Century. Over 1000 sculptures and
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Original paintings contribute to this. The largest shows a North Sea port. On
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Piece of home for the director Lower Saxony.
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Here we come now to the history of House.
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And that began in 1832, when Franz Sacher with 16 years the Sachertorte invented. His
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Son Eduard, a successful restaurateur, bought the hotel at the Opera in 1876 and
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renamed it Sacher. Then he met Anna Sacher, Metzger's daughter from the second
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District. At 21 she became the wife of Eduard. A beauty at a young age.
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Later hardworking cigar smoker and Networker at court and in the
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Art scene. The place for all that celebrity guests from 140 years
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Hotel history is getting tight. A new wall would be needed soon.
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Or you have to discard some, Boris Becker, for example. That would be a pity, to be honest.
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Because we do not scrape them off. For example, Jamie Lee Curtis,
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Tina Turner, I would not even think of hanging her.
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There is no reason for that either. Franz Beckenbauer for example? We have that
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but not. Is not a guest of us.
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After the Sachers came the Gurtlers. We meet the third generation in the red bar.
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Here is the pure tradition on the Plates and on the walls. lovingly
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the plush ensemble of Alexandra Gurtler-Winkler and husband
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Matthias. Is that a heavy legacy, what did you do? It's a beautiful legacy
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it is a responsible heritage and It's an honor to keep going
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allowed. Remember the heritage,
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that you will leave once? Of course. I believe as
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Family business you think in Generations.
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That makes us different from the others big corporations, from the chains.
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That if we have a big investment have that we are certainly different there
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approach as if you were only in three or five-year margins think.
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We remember what we will become ours Hand over to children once?
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Her director also comes from one Hotelier family. But after a few
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Years ago in Vienna Rainer Heilmann was for Melle and the parental small hotel
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lost. Luckily for the Sacher. With regulars
15:54
He makes the last minute check Matter for the boss.
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Yes, put it down there quietly, because the guests I think are there in half an hour. And now
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comes room service and still brings all the chocolates and the whole
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fresh fruit, that still has to come. Now I'm curious if you have something here
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Find. The hair in the soup in the room. So I always find something and hate that
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also many employees. For example here it is very clear, there is the blackout
16:27
much wider than because it is not right is drawn. So in the bathroom will be
16:33
looked exactly like that.
16:37
The seam, you should not if possible see. The detail is by far that where
16:46
The guest then says: That's it been.
16:48
So here, for example, should be the pillow not be that here
16:53
Zipper is, but should be down. That is actually too
16:57
so learned, but learning does not mean always so applied.
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Yes, these are little things. Are you too Home a dreaded pingel? If you mean mine
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Woman would ask that would do that to answer very clearly yes. Yes, that's the way it is.
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Otherwise you would not have the job. Faithful Sacher guests love such attention to detail
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and pay between 535 and 6100 Euro per night. Karl-Heinz Wolf for
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Example. A living near Salzburg German wine merchant, gourmet
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and music fan. Yes, we stay one whole night, that's why we have so much luggage.
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All night, yes, exactly. It's good. He came to Vienna for an opera premiere.
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Of course the Sacher is ideal. Be right back. Why do you like to live in the Sacher?
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Because it's just beautiful and because it's one Private hotel is. I love private hotels.
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What is the difference? Can you feel it? Individual and the people are all
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already 100 years, already many years here and when you arrive here,
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one thinks, one comes home. You will be very friendly and very individually welcomed.
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If I go in right now, into the red bar, the head waiter know
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Me too for 35 years and that's easy Great.
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That's why you like to come here at least once a month.
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That would have liked Anna Sacher certainly good.
18:40
Helen Busch, the young trainee, leaves the cellar kitchen behind for today
18:45
and enjoy the wintry Viennese Sun.
19:03
She wants to show us some of her favorite addresses.
19:07
For example, there are in the Palais Ferstel a paradise for ham-friends.
19:12
The products are from the Eastern Styria of happy pigs
19:16
with spout, open stables and cereal feeding. Their hams ripen up to
19:21
72 months at higher temperatures than usually. Mrs. Busch, for a 21-year-old is
19:26
this is an unusual place. Or do not you think so?
19:30
I'm funny with such places
19:33
grew up. That's why it's for me nothing unusual, good quality
19:37
to eat. And these ham mountains behind To you, does that stimulate your appetite?
19:43
Insane. Does that awaken the cook in you? Can I immediately think of what recipes
19:48
can do it. It is really nice. Because you know where it comes from and you have
19:54
the local people who really are themselves take care that it is regional and
19:58
high quality products are.
20:04
She has her own ham here already hanging, a gift from her parents.
20:13
We learn a completely different product in Know Schonbrunn. The lemonade girlfriend
20:19
Maria Theresa had stayed here eighteenth century an orangery
20:23
let build. Today will be there however, stored in palms. Also the
20:27
spectacular glass palace of the Habsburgs does not necessarily house the largest
20:32
botanical treasure of the castle park. He is in some rather
20:35
inconspicuous greenhouses on the edge. Heinz Reitbauer pulls it regularly
20:40
here. Does Mr. Karner have things you get nowhere else? I say
20:45
Mr. Karner only has things that you can not get anywhere else gets, except for a few exceptions
20:49
Naturally. But especially in one Diversity and quality, like it
20:53
probably no second in Europe.
20:56
Heimo Karner has a few here over 150 years old trees. Among those is
21:04
maybe Empress Sissi has already changed hands. Even under Buddha's hand.
21:10
Are you more of a Keeper, Mr. Karner? Keep what centuries ago
21:15
was already here? Yes, that's first Line the task that one
21:19
builds and preserves historical varieties and look that one back somewhere
21:24
gets in That they are not lost.
21:28
Mr. Reitbauer, were you surprised at everything there is here?
21:33
I could not believe that Beginning. So there are, too
21:37
Here live, where the orangery stands in full bloom.
21:41
You go to your knees happily.
21:45
That's how beautiful it is and of course for a cook, this variety is important
21:50
Acidity in the first place unbelievable more important because it does
21:55
such a new spectrum in the kitchen and has a lot in our kitchen
21:59
great importance. Through the kitchen of Heinz Reitbauer
22:02
become the almost forgotten treasures known to the estate of the Habsburgs and
22:07
Keep it alive. Twice a week comes the world famous
22:11
Cook or one of his staff here over for shopping. Also other chefs
22:16
the glass doors open, but none is so enthusiastic about the rare
22:20
Fruits like Heinz Reitbauer.
22:25
Helen Busch stays at her free Afternoon in the city center so to speak
22:30
Training.
22:35
Hard to say in which drawer one Babette's could get stuck.
22:40
What is it here? Gewurzhandlung, bookstore, cafe, restaurant ...?
22:47
All in one: spice shop and lunch we offer also something to eat. There are curries we can do with it
22:52
we cook with our spice blends. We always have ragouts, cakes, coffee ...
22:57
All in one.
23:01
Not only vanilla is in the air.
23:07
This gives the many cookbooks a very own aroma.
23:13
Every time I take a bag home with me, oh God, now I have to go back
23:17
run and buy the spices. So a selling point for the
23:22
Books, not against it? In any case for the books, so even if you have one
23:27
goes specifically to the Asian area, are the girls crazy here
23:31
informed. They say you want to be cook this dish or which one
23:36
Spice suits best, for example you do not like cumin, what could you
23:40
Instead, they are always ready any counter-arguments
23:43
bring or say, you can use that instead. They are real
23:47
very top. So, what I always hear is always great.
23:51
How long does the smell last in the books? on? I do not really have it yet
23:58
Tested, I have to say quite honestly. The smell then mixes with mine
24:02
other cookbooks that already are present, the after
24:05
smell everything. For hours, the 21-year-old is staying here.
24:12
In search of new ideas, after Inspiration, for relaxation.
24:18
Vienna is the only capital in Europe with significant viticulture. Some wines
24:26
from up here are really good. So some mixed sentence, for example. For a
24:33
Rainer Heilmann comes here early for dinner.
24:36
More specifically, on the edge of the Potzleinsdorfer castle park, only a few
24:41
Minutes drive from the city center. He knows the Steyrerstockl because he
24:47
lived for years around the corner and that is not alone in Vienna.
24:53
I have seen in the parking lot only Vienna license plate. That's actually different Guests not so well known. First
25:01
Line are only locals. Yes. And we...
25:07
This used to be a refuge until Peter Goach came from Styria and
25:12
it is a cozy piece of jewelry made. Even in the afternoon is hardly here
25:16
to get a seat. served She prefers to be a pig.
25:20
And what do you do with the pig? Everything is processed, as it used to be
25:28
the case has been. It is important to us that here with these creatures no
25:31
Schindluder operate and is for us important to us, as well as it
25:36
has always been with us at home.
25:40
Then once a month has been tapped
25:43
and then this pig is absolute been processed.
25:47
You can see it in the photo.
25:52
This is our home. That's the grandfather.
25:56
Rainer Heilmann's young colleague shows us one more of her culinary
26:00
Favorite places: the full board. A first few months old mix of Cafe and
26:07
Restaurant. Baked and cooked here after Grandma's recipes, without
26:11
Baking mixes, from the grandmas themselves, hourly depending on performance.
26:19
First, the whole thing was just a pop-up, as temporary social project
26:24
planned. Now it is almost complete normal gastronomic operation.
26:30
What do you say as a cook to the concept here? Great concept, so I heard it
26:36
by word of mouth. It immediately convinced me, it is super nice that young
26:42
People
26:47
older gentlemen, so predominantly Ladies baking cakes, such a one
26:52
Chance to give. Again in the Age to say: okay, I'm starting now
26:57
through again and do something and can my secret cake recipes or dumpling recipes
27:02
pass on. Being addressed feels, it seems,
27:08
especially young female guests. today have an actress and an OP
27:13
Sister cake service. Both are over 50. You only see benefits.
27:21
Communicate, communicate,
27:24
to be used, so to speak, also the Older. Not just so stamped too
27:29
but we are there, we still have something on it.
27:35
For the most original concept of the year There was just a price of one
27:39
respected trade magazine.
27:45
the culinary and musical Vienna lie close to each other.
27:49
In the case of the opera very tight. So many one quickly quenches his hunger
27:54
before the performance. This benefits that Sacher, surrounding
27:59
Restaurants and also this one Establishment in an outstanding location.
28:04
The most famous sausage stall of the City.
28:08
Refresh restaurant in Hotel Sacher Twice this evening. The
28:12
Opera thank you. The calculus of Anna Sacher has been going on for over 100 years.
28:17
Much to the delight of Rainer Heilmann, as usual for the details
28:23
Interested. How is it going tonight? Well booked tonight and also after
28:32
the opera premiere are some reservations. Exactly Hansel and Gretel will be given.
28:37
So it's getting late here today. But there's restaurant manager
28:41
Johannes Mayer has long since become accustomed to 30 years of Sacher.
28:45
We often have opera premieres, yes there The guests come relatively late. The
28:49
is then always nice for us, there Of course, they also come
28:52
Singer to us and that is always a great experience.
28:57
But they have to work longer, the kitchen has to work longer. Others would moan.
29:02
But then there is also free time.
29:07
It is expected of them.
29:11
The guests expect it and then stay in peace.
29:17
Stay until midnight or longer and end the evening.
29:20
So that goes without saying for us.
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We're in VIENNA!
00:30
We travel, to find more of ourselves..
00:33
Let's see what we can uncover in the most livable place on Earth!
00:37
But first, the basics!
00:40
And by basic, I mean a Sachertorte
00:43
an apple strudel
00:44
and a Viennese coffee.
00:50
Speaking of coffee
00:51
The Austrians claim that the Italians stole the Cappuccino from them
00:54
here, they call it a Melange.
00:59
the Sachertorte is the most popular Viennese desert
01:02
and you'll find it everywhere.
01:04
As for these two
01:05
We just got them because we needed some color in the shot.
01:14
Nonetheless we enjoyed our quick stop
01:16
time to go.
01:31
St. Stephen's marks the city center
01:36
This is basically their symbol of freedom
01:38
during the war, the entire thing got bombed
01:41
especially the rooftop was completely gone as it went up in flames
01:45
Because people love it so much,
01:46
donations started flooding in
01:48
Austrians aren't afraid to show their love for the city with their wallets
01:52
The place got rebuilt immediately!
02:02
The interior has a similar feel to other European cathedrals
02:11
the view from the top is pretty decent
02:13
but to be honest, the climb isn't worth it.
02:16
This is not an easy climb guys,
02:18
stop hitting the wieners
02:20
down there, the beer..
02:54
Greatness comes from withstanding the tests of time
02:57
and the Empire, well..
02:58
they built for greatness.
03:07
Austrians take great pride in their palaces
03:09
the most important one is the Schonbrunn
03:12
this place is big!
03:13
it has its own garden, its own zoo, a maze and a labyrinth
03:17
and over 1000 rooms
03:21
This is where Austria's most beloved couple, Franz and Sisi lived
03:26
When they were not fooling around in the gardens,
03:28
they were here.
03:30
This is the Hofburg palace
03:32
home to one of the most powerful families to ever rule in Europe
03:36
the imperial family spent their winters here and the summers at Schonbrunn
03:40
part of the Hofburg
03:41
is also the majestic Spanish Riding School
03:58
Before we move on to another objective
04:00
let's take a snack break!
04:05
Apparently, this Trzesniewski place is the Viennese version of fast-food
04:18
The open sandwiches have a cult-like following
04:20
and they are usually joined by a tiny beer called a Pfiff
04:40
Anywhere you look in Vienna
04:41
the buildings tell their own stories.
04:55
Architecture, is a lot like music
05:00
and this place combines them both.
05:11
We're inside the Vienna State Opera
05:13
and the interior is breathtaking.
05:15
When the building was finished, people hated it so much that eventually both architects killed themselves.
05:20
Today, it's one of the most iconic buildings in the world.
05:57
Ever since we arrived in Vienna
06:00
We've been waiting to dive in their cuisine
06:02
and that time is now!
06:03
Although we got a lot of love for Jamie Oliver
06:05
you don't eat italian when you're in Vienna
06:08
you want to try traditional Austrian dishes
06:11
that's why we're going to this place.
06:14
Plachutta is an institution.
06:16
A synonym for Viennese cuisine.
06:19
they still serve the Emperor's favorite dish:
06:21
the world famous Tafelspitz
06:23
it's one of the best cuts of beef served in a clear soup
06:27
we also got the salted ox tongue and the Viennese schnitzel
06:32
There's a proper way to serve the Tafelspitz
06:35
First, you enjoy the beef broth in your bowl
06:38
Then you spread the marrow onto a slice of toast
06:41
to be enjoyed with just salt and pepper
06:43
then you move on to the second course and start putting together your plate
06:48
take the beef and the tongue
06:50
add the vegetables, add the sauce and enjoy.
06:52
pair it with a local read wine and you're in for a treat.
07:10
The wine at Plachutta made us thirsty for more
07:13
and we know just the right place.
07:19
How about a tour of the second largest wine collection in Europe?!
07:25
It's underneath this place:
07:27
Coburg Palace
07:37
Deep in the caverns of Palais Coburg's cellar
07:40
rests a collection of about 60,000 bottles
07:43
valued at over 21 million dollars
07:47
This is as close to heaven as wine lovers can get
07:52
Guides and Wine Tastings,
07:54
led by professional sommeliers, guide you through the 6 cellars
07:58
each with its own theme:
07:59
France
08:00
New World
08:01
Old world
08:02
YQUEM
08:03
Champagne
08:04
and Rare Wines
08:08
the collection has been lauded as one of the best in the world
08:13
you don't have to be a wine connoisseur to enjoy this
08:17
it's a sensory experience which will elevate your trip to Vienna
08:43
the most expensive bottle they sold was a 6-Liter Latour Imperial
08:48
for over 200,000 dollars
08:51
The restoration of the Palace was completed in 2003
08:55
and now, apart from this amazing wine collection,
08:58
it boasts 34 Luxury Suites
09:00
and a two Michelin Star Restaurant
09:02
making it a "Must" for any sophisticated traveler.
09:21
As for this bottle of vintage Dom
09:23
they've been offered 20,000 EUR and refused to sell.
09:27
All in all, it felt more like an Art Gallery than anything else.
09:31
time to call it a day.
10:28
You guys always ask us where to stay when traveling
10:31
this time, we chose The Guest House
10:36
It feels like home, it has all the right vibes
10:38
and you kinda feel like a rock-star when in it
10:41
plus, it's in the heart of Vienna
10:55
You know how most hotels feel the same?
10:57
well.. this one's different.
10:58
it feels sexy and informal.
11:01
It's more like your millionaire friend left you the keys to his Vienna apartment
11:05
We love it.
11:14
There's so much more to see in this city!
11:21
You can ride the famous Ferris Wheel at Prater Park
11:25
or.. spend the day admiring the largest Klimt collection at Belvedere Palace
11:31
If you're visiting during the holidays like we did
11:34
you can't miss the Christmas markets
11:36
we recommend the one at the top of The Ritz hotel
11:40
If you don't feel like it
11:41
you could always spend the day shopping in the Goldenes Quartier
11:50
Vienna, is one of those amazing cities
11:52
where you will enjoy getting lost
11:56
and every time you come back
11:57
you'll uncover something different which you somehow missed before
12:02
Thanks for watching our second travel video!
12:04
If you're new here, click over there to Subscribe
12:06
If you haven't seen the first one, click over there
12:08
and let us know, in the comments, where we should go next!
12:16
Can you believe you can buy MOET Bottles at a Hot-Dog Stand?
12:19
Cheers! [~DETAIL_TEXT] => 00:03
We're in VIENNA!
00:30
We travel, to find more of ourselves..
00:33
Let's see what we can uncover in the most livable place on Earth!
00:37
But first, the basics!
00:40
And by basic, I mean a Sachertorte
00:43
an apple strudel
00:44
and a Viennese coffee.
00:50
Speaking of coffee
00:51
The Austrians claim that the Italians stole the Cappuccino from them
00:54
here, they call it a Melange.
00:59
the Sachertorte is the most popular Viennese desert
01:02
and you'll find it everywhere.
01:04
As for these two
01:05
We just got them because we needed some color in the shot.
01:14
Nonetheless we enjoyed our quick stop
01:16
time to go.
01:31
St. Stephen's marks the city center
01:36
This is basically their symbol of freedom
01:38
during the war, the entire thing got bombed
01:41
especially the rooftop was completely gone as it went up in flames
01:45
Because people love it so much,
01:46
donations started flooding in
01:48
Austrians aren't afraid to show their love for the city with their wallets
01:52
The place got rebuilt immediately!
02:02
The interior has a similar feel to other European cathedrals
02:11
the view from the top is pretty decent
02:13
but to be honest, the climb isn't worth it.
02:16
This is not an easy climb guys,
02:18
stop hitting the wieners
02:20
down there, the beer..
02:54
Greatness comes from withstanding the tests of time
02:57
and the Empire, well..
02:58
they built for greatness.
03:07
Austrians take great pride in their palaces
03:09
the most important one is the Schonbrunn
03:12
this place is big!
03:13
it has its own garden, its own zoo, a maze and a labyrinth
03:17
and over 1000 rooms
03:21
This is where Austria's most beloved couple, Franz and Sisi lived
03:26
When they were not fooling around in the gardens,
03:28
they were here.
03:30
This is the Hofburg palace
03:32
home to one of the most powerful families to ever rule in Europe
03:36
the imperial family spent their winters here and the summers at Schonbrunn
03:40
part of the Hofburg
03:41
is also the majestic Spanish Riding School
03:58
Before we move on to another objective
04:00
let's take a snack break!
04:05
Apparently, this Trzesniewski place is the Viennese version of fast-food
04:18
The open sandwiches have a cult-like following
04:20
and they are usually joined by a tiny beer called a Pfiff
04:40
Anywhere you look in Vienna
04:41
the buildings tell their own stories.
04:55
Architecture, is a lot like music
05:00
and this place combines them both.
05:11
We're inside the Vienna State Opera
05:13
and the interior is breathtaking.
05:15
When the building was finished, people hated it so much that eventually both architects killed themselves.
05:20
Today, it's one of the most iconic buildings in the world.
05:57
Ever since we arrived in Vienna
06:00
We've been waiting to dive in their cuisine
06:02
and that time is now!
06:03
Although we got a lot of love for Jamie Oliver
06:05
you don't eat italian when you're in Vienna
06:08
you want to try traditional Austrian dishes
06:11
that's why we're going to this place.
06:14
Plachutta is an institution.
06:16
A synonym for Viennese cuisine.
06:19
they still serve the Emperor's favorite dish:
06:21
the world famous Tafelspitz
06:23
it's one of the best cuts of beef served in a clear soup
06:27
we also got the salted ox tongue and the Viennese schnitzel
06:32
There's a proper way to serve the Tafelspitz
06:35
First, you enjoy the beef broth in your bowl
06:38
Then you spread the marrow onto a slice of toast
06:41
to be enjoyed with just salt and pepper
06:43
then you move on to the second course and start putting together your plate
06:48
take the beef and the tongue
06:50
add the vegetables, add the sauce and enjoy.
06:52
pair it with a local read wine and you're in for a treat.
07:10
The wine at Plachutta made us thirsty for more
07:13
and we know just the right place.
07:19
How about a tour of the second largest wine collection in Europe?!
07:25
It's underneath this place:
07:27
Coburg Palace
07:37
Deep in the caverns of Palais Coburg's cellar
07:40
rests a collection of about 60,000 bottles
07:43
valued at over 21 million dollars
07:47
This is as close to heaven as wine lovers can get
07:52
Guides and Wine Tastings,
07:54
led by professional sommeliers, guide you through the 6 cellars
07:58
each with its own theme:
07:59
France
08:00
New World
08:01
Old world
08:02
YQUEM
08:03
Champagne
08:04
and Rare Wines
08:08
the collection has been lauded as one of the best in the world
08:13
you don't have to be a wine connoisseur to enjoy this
08:17
it's a sensory experience which will elevate your trip to Vienna
08:43
the most expensive bottle they sold was a 6-Liter Latour Imperial
08:48
for over 200,000 dollars
08:51
The restoration of the Palace was completed in 2003
08:55
and now, apart from this amazing wine collection,
08:58
it boasts 34 Luxury Suites
09:00
and a two Michelin Star Restaurant
09:02
making it a "Must" for any sophisticated traveler.
09:21
As for this bottle of vintage Dom
09:23
they've been offered 20,000 EUR and refused to sell.
09:27
All in all, it felt more like an Art Gallery than anything else.
09:31
time to call it a day.
10:28
You guys always ask us where to stay when traveling
10:31
this time, we chose The Guest House
10:36
It feels like home, it has all the right vibes
10:38
and you kinda feel like a rock-star when in it
10:41
plus, it's in the heart of Vienna
10:55
You know how most hotels feel the same?
10:57
well.. this one's different.
10:58
it feels sexy and informal.
11:01
It's more like your millionaire friend left you the keys to his Vienna apartment
11:05
We love it.
11:14
There's so much more to see in this city!
11:21
You can ride the famous Ferris Wheel at Prater Park
11:25
or.. spend the day admiring the largest Klimt collection at Belvedere Palace
11:31
If you're visiting during the holidays like we did
11:34
you can't miss the Christmas markets
11:36
we recommend the one at the top of The Ritz hotel
11:40
If you don't feel like it
11:41
you could always spend the day shopping in the Goldenes Quartier
11:50
Vienna, is one of those amazing cities
11:52
where you will enjoy getting lost
11:56
and every time you come back
11:57
you'll uncover something different which you somehow missed before
12:02
Thanks for watching our second travel video!
12:04
If you're new here, click over there to Subscribe
12:06
If you haven't seen the first one, click over there
12:08
and let us know, in the comments, where we should go next!
12:16
Can you believe you can buy MOET Bottles at a Hot-Dog Stand?
12:19
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hello and welcome to elite spa hotel
00:13
what can I do for you today
00:17
okay you would like to book a hotel room
00:21
no problem for how many days do great
00:28
do you have any preference when it comes
00:31
to which type of room you would like to
00:34
stay in no ok let me just check which
00:40
types of rooms we have a paper pool
00:43
ok great let's see to night all right
01:06
I use the air that we have the economy
01:11
grew which is just a single bed then we
01:14
have my DLX rooms which is a queen-size
01:17
bed I have this superior room which is a
01:20
king-size bed and then we have the of
01:23
course the Suites what's kind of really
01:27
know which type every would you like to
01:29
book alright that's a perfect choice
01:34
would you like to have a card in you or
01:37
I see view the sea Mew is 50 euros extra
01:41
per night but I can assure you that it's
01:44
totally worth it okay absolutely
01:50
we'll go for that option then I wonder
01:55
is it the first time you're missing
01:58
you'll need spa hotel oh it is well
02:04
welcome I'm sure that you will like the
02:08
hotel yes
02:11
well in order for me to this way I
02:15
would love to get your passport so I can
02:19
used see your name my last name good
02:23
okay thank you wow this is a really nice
02:31
Passport why are you from
02:37
do you like it there you do I bet you I
02:43
would like to visit that place sometime
02:46
okay thank you business so let me see
02:53
would you just repeat your first name
02:55
for me wonderful your last name how do
03:05
you spell that
03:09
mm-hmm great thing is the two nights
03:17
right tonight let me see your date of
03:24
birth and what here great and your phone
03:37
number in case of an emergency
03:41
mm-hmm Sarah or - okay sir - great so
03:56
that was the details everything looks
04:00
good would you like to pay with cash or
04:03
card okay well it can do that when you
04:08
shake out in two days so there's no need
04:12
to worry about that right now okay good
04:18
well
04:21
here's your passport I'm just gonna
04:25
check you on this card yes that for you
04:35
two nights fine one two great okay so
04:49
you won't be staying in room five one
04:52
two I mean it's gonna sign my signature
04:55
you so you know who you bake the room
04:57
through so here's your card
05:15
the real nice color right to access your
05:21
room you use this card and just slide it
05:25
in the door take it out and the door
05:27
will open itself as I say the terrain
05:31
will be if I want to sign my signature
05:34
for you there so in case of any
05:37
emergency or questions you know who to
05:41
turn to okay and if you need me thanks
05:45
doc card then you can use come to me
05:48
okay good so here it is I just want to
05:57
inform you about some technicalities
06:01
regarding breakfast on weekdays it was a
06:07
break for it though because done right
06:09
first breakfast from 6:30 to 9 a.m. um
06:16
weekend is that rec fost from let me
06:21
sick
06:22
7:30 to 12 to noon basically you can't
06:28
find that information
06:30
lack of the card just make it clear for
06:39
you they're great
06:41
there you go there's the card Oh or in
06:49
the breakfast is served
06:50
well it's the end of this home and of
06:54
course you can answer that any time
06:56
during breakfast hours oh you can also
07:01
opt for room service uh breakfasts up to
07:06
your room
07:06
would you like that is that you would no
07:12
problem
07:13
I'll help you with that okay so we have
07:20
this amazing menu but we fill in for you
07:25
and then he is to hang it on the doorway
07:28
Howie well I sort of hear the breakfast
07:32
whenever you want okay good so the
07:38
options you have it's there's a lot of
07:42
things so you better keep up okay you
07:44
better have the attention on me not
07:46
somewhere else
07:48
good so we have all right okay now we'll
07:54
go through the drinks first
07:55
okay so we have orange juice apple juice
08:04
coffee decaffeinated coffee okay
08:24
I see what did you say the second thing
08:30
some oranges okay and some milk
08:35
absolutely I'll fix that for you and
08:40
when it comes to food
09:21
one scramble things and then you said
09:25
sometimes we butter normal aid would you
09:31
like something else okay great
09:36
what time would you like do you have the
09:39
breakfast you can opt for either 7 a.m.
09:43
until 10:30 basically 9:00 okay so room
09:53
number 5 112 today is that sick of April
10:00
2019
10:01
where is it the 7th no it's the CICC
10:07
number of person is what well you never
10:12
know so just put this outside of your
10:19
room
10:23
okay gorgeous as you can see we have the
10:35
e here which stands for Haley so good
10:42
I'm just gonna write that down so we
10:45
don't forget you know you seem like such
10:50
a nice and sweet person I don't want to
10:53
forget your breakfast oh I almost forgot
11:12
if you buy anything in the minibar
11:16
unfortunately it's not included in the
11:18
price
11:19
then yes fill in this little form how
11:23
many now how many items you've taken and
11:28
what mineral water or soft drink
11:34
champagne
11:35
white wine all that kind of stuff so
11:37
we'll give you this thing you'll figure
11:39
the rest out by yourself
11:47
anything else
11:52
hmm is he a spa
11:56
well as he knew we are a spa hotel
12:00
that's my theory that that might be the
12:04
reason why you're here right hmm I see
12:09
well regarding this ball let's talk
12:12
about that oh you can sit down because
12:15
this will take some time get all free
12:18
any anything to drink some water
12:23
absolutely I'll fix every
12:39
one of these so you don't like the water
12:44
I'll put it here for you so in karting
12:50
baseball you might see it's very nice
12:56
this is a picture taken in sight it's
13:06
really nice so let me see what it says
13:17
here in the information so there's a few
13:24
different things to keep in mind when
13:26
picking this ball if you just would like
13:29
a normal spa day without any treatment
13:33
then that would be forty nine point five
13:36
years for one day
13:38
okay then we have different treatments
13:42
if you would like the hammam ritual
13:45
included and that would be seven to nine
13:48
point five euros next if we would like
13:53
just a classic spa and that's a complete
13:59
package including many of our classical
14:01
treatments
14:02
I need includes massage pedicure and a
14:06
facial then that would be three hundred
14:09
and nineteen euros oh you could use a
14:16
dual treatments or he energy spa
14:19
treatment or whatever you like so it's
14:22
basic lab to you
14:28
do you like what I recommend well I
14:35
would recommend they her mom's Bar
14:37
ritual you lay on a bench basically
14:43
which is hora where someone pours hot
14:45
water of you with fo and it's basically
14:51
a cleansing ritual where they clean your
14:53
hair your face and your body okay so
15:01
that would be something really good and
15:03
of course that's only seven to nine
15:05
point five euros Tommy's gonna see if we
15:09
have any appointments for tomorrow's
15:11
which are they also that means check at
15:33
ok I can see that tomorrow we have the
15:37
spa treatment use the normal spa
15:42
treatment with massage and we have a
15:44
Hema ritual so this poor treatment with
15:47
massage is it 9:00 a.m. and I see that
15:50
you order breakfast that time so that
15:52
might not be appropriate and they have
15:54
mom my chole it it's at 11:00 a.m. so
15:57
that might be better
15:59
do you want me to book that appointment
16:03
okay so what was your first and last
16:07
name again
16:12
he's doing fine well good sir but that
16:17
now for you and of course the only thing
16:22
you need to worry about is speed aren't
16:24
I it's a miss boys that direct and you
16:28
just telling your name they will come
16:30
and pick you up okay I'm just gonna go
16:35
mark is something important stuff from
16:37
this one saying it can't wait at the
16:40
hotel room if there's anything else you
16:42
would like to if there's anything else
16:46
that you would like to include okay just
17:30
to repeat what this party includes
17:32
afterwards it's a baby thing you know
17:37
29-degree pool you could see steam room
17:42
in sauna Jane my fitness training uses a
17:46
path through the cow subtle purse and
17:50
also some expensive body sounds good
18:00
great at this part tomorrow closes at
18:07
10:00 p.m. so here's this one
18:18
and also if you would like to become a
18:22
member
18:23
I'll send you some information about
18:25
that as well is there anything else I
18:31
can help you with
18:32
oh oh I see
18:38
I can help you with that no need to be
18:41
worried what kind of dinner how you
18:44
going to dinner well then I see that
18:51
kind of a hurry so see what I can do
19:00
of course you need some laundry to fix
19:04
that problem can you see the shirts that
19:08
are affected by the terms I know will
19:11
help you that how many shirts I was
19:13
talking about - no problem
19:48
[Applause]
20:18
[Applause]
20:43
if I Swedish sex up we're talking about
20:47
eight yours here
20:50
yeah you won't receive it at 6:00 p.m.
20:53
tonight is that okay teri said 7:00 so
20:58
no problem great well I think we have
21:15
everything under control
21:17
I'm done the jacket we have done some
21:20
earlier mom's pirate Charles I
21:23
am giving you some information about
21:25
that member exclusive offer so we have
21:28
this ball of keeping your water I'm not
21:31
taking care of it that long as I said
21:34
the only thing now is for you to relax I
21:40
love a wonderful experience here at the
21:43
EMA spa in the hotel and if there's any
21:50
questions then you can come down here to
21:53
the reception we're open every day 24/7
21:59
okay have a good day and a fantastic
22:05
experience LT is him [~DETAIL_TEXT] => 00:05
hello and welcome to elite spa hotel
00:13
what can I do for you today
00:17
okay you would like to book a hotel room
00:21
no problem for how many days do great
00:28
do you have any preference when it comes
00:31
to which type of room you would like to
00:34
stay in no ok let me just check which
00:40
types of rooms we have a paper pool
00:43
ok great let's see to night all right
01:06
I use the air that we have the economy
01:11
grew which is just a single bed then we
01:14
have my DLX rooms which is a queen-size
01:17
bed I have this superior room which is a
01:20
king-size bed and then we have the of
01:23
course the Suites what's kind of really
01:27
know which type every would you like to
01:29
book alright that's a perfect choice
01:34
would you like to have a card in you or
01:37
I see view the sea Mew is 50 euros extra
01:41
per night but I can assure you that it's
01:44
totally worth it okay absolutely
01:50
we'll go for that option then I wonder
01:55
is it the first time you're missing
01:58
you'll need spa hotel oh it is well
02:04
welcome I'm sure that you will like the
02:08
hotel yes
02:11
well in order for me to this way I
02:15
would love to get your passport so I can
02:19
used see your name my last name good
02:23
okay thank you wow this is a really nice
02:31
Passport why are you from
02:37
do you like it there you do I bet you I
02:43
would like to visit that place sometime
02:46
okay thank you business so let me see
02:53
would you just repeat your first name
02:55
for me wonderful your last name how do
03:05
you spell that
03:09
mm-hmm great thing is the two nights
03:17
right tonight let me see your date of
03:24
birth and what here great and your phone
03:37
number in case of an emergency
03:41
mm-hmm Sarah or - okay sir - great so
03:56
that was the details everything looks
04:00
good would you like to pay with cash or
04:03
card okay well it can do that when you
04:08
shake out in two days so there's no need
04:12
to worry about that right now okay good
04:18
well
04:21
here's your passport I'm just gonna
04:25
check you on this card yes that for you
04:35
two nights fine one two great okay so
04:49
you won't be staying in room five one
04:52
two I mean it's gonna sign my signature
04:55
you so you know who you bake the room
04:57
through so here's your card
05:15
the real nice color right to access your
05:21
room you use this card and just slide it
05:25
in the door take it out and the door
05:27
will open itself as I say the terrain
05:31
will be if I want to sign my signature
05:34
for you there so in case of any
05:37
emergency or questions you know who to
05:41
turn to okay and if you need me thanks
05:45
doc card then you can use come to me
05:48
okay good so here it is I just want to
05:57
inform you about some technicalities
06:01
regarding breakfast on weekdays it was a
06:07
break for it though because done right
06:09
first breakfast from 6:30 to 9 a.m. um
06:16
weekend is that rec fost from let me
06:21
sick
06:22
7:30 to 12 to noon basically you can't
06:28
find that information
06:30
lack of the card just make it clear for
06:39
you they're great
06:41
there you go there's the card Oh or in
06:49
the breakfast is served
06:50
well it's the end of this home and of
06:54
course you can answer that any time
06:56
during breakfast hours oh you can also
07:01
opt for room service uh breakfasts up to
07:06
your room
07:06
would you like that is that you would no
07:12
problem
07:13
I'll help you with that okay so we have
07:20
this amazing menu but we fill in for you
07:25
and then he is to hang it on the doorway
07:28
Howie well I sort of hear the breakfast
07:32
whenever you want okay good so the
07:38
options you have it's there's a lot of
07:42
things so you better keep up okay you
07:44
better have the attention on me not
07:46
somewhere else
07:48
good so we have all right okay now we'll
07:54
go through the drinks first
07:55
okay so we have orange juice apple juice
08:04
coffee decaffeinated coffee okay
08:24
I see what did you say the second thing
08:30
some oranges okay and some milk
08:35
absolutely I'll fix that for you and
08:40
when it comes to food
09:21
one scramble things and then you said
09:25
sometimes we butter normal aid would you
09:31
like something else okay great
09:36
what time would you like do you have the
09:39
breakfast you can opt for either 7 a.m.
09:43
until 10:30 basically 9:00 okay so room
09:53
number 5 112 today is that sick of April
10:00
2019
10:01
where is it the 7th no it's the CICC
10:07
number of person is what well you never
10:12
know so just put this outside of your
10:19
room
10:23
okay gorgeous as you can see we have the
10:35
e here which stands for Haley so good
10:42
I'm just gonna write that down so we
10:45
don't forget you know you seem like such
10:50
a nice and sweet person I don't want to
10:53
forget your breakfast oh I almost forgot
11:12
if you buy anything in the minibar
11:16
unfortunately it's not included in the
11:18
price
11:19
then yes fill in this little form how
11:23
many now how many items you've taken and
11:28
what mineral water or soft drink
11:34
champagne
11:35
white wine all that kind of stuff so
11:37
we'll give you this thing you'll figure
11:39
the rest out by yourself
11:47
anything else
11:52
hmm is he a spa
11:56
well as he knew we are a spa hotel
12:00
that's my theory that that might be the
12:04
reason why you're here right hmm I see
12:09
well regarding this ball let's talk
12:12
about that oh you can sit down because
12:15
this will take some time get all free
12:18
any anything to drink some water
12:23
absolutely I'll fix every
12:39
one of these so you don't like the water
12:44
I'll put it here for you so in karting
12:50
baseball you might see it's very nice
12:56
this is a picture taken in sight it's
13:06
really nice so let me see what it says
13:17
here in the information so there's a few
13:24
different things to keep in mind when
13:26
picking this ball if you just would like
13:29
a normal spa day without any treatment
13:33
then that would be forty nine point five
13:36
years for one day
13:38
okay then we have different treatments
13:42
if you would like the hammam ritual
13:45
included and that would be seven to nine
13:48
point five euros next if we would like
13:53
just a classic spa and that's a complete
13:59
package including many of our classical
14:01
treatments
14:02
I need includes massage pedicure and a
14:06
facial then that would be three hundred
14:09
and nineteen euros oh you could use a
14:16
dual treatments or he energy spa
14:19
treatment or whatever you like so it's
14:22
basic lab to you
14:28
do you like what I recommend well I
14:35
would recommend they her mom's Bar
14:37
ritual you lay on a bench basically
14:43
which is hora where someone pours hot
14:45
water of you with fo and it's basically
14:51
a cleansing ritual where they clean your
14:53
hair your face and your body okay so
15:01
that would be something really good and
15:03
of course that's only seven to nine
15:05
point five euros Tommy's gonna see if we
15:09
have any appointments for tomorrow's
15:11
which are they also that means check at
15:33
ok I can see that tomorrow we have the
15:37
spa treatment use the normal spa
15:42
treatment with massage and we have a
15:44
Hema ritual so this poor treatment with
15:47
massage is it 9:00 a.m. and I see that
15:50
you order breakfast that time so that
15:52
might not be appropriate and they have
15:54
mom my chole it it's at 11:00 a.m. so
15:57
that might be better
15:59
do you want me to book that appointment
16:03
okay so what was your first and last
16:07
name again
16:12
he's doing fine well good sir but that
16:17
now for you and of course the only thing
16:22
you need to worry about is speed aren't
16:24
I it's a miss boys that direct and you
16:28
just telling your name they will come
16:30
and pick you up okay I'm just gonna go
16:35
mark is something important stuff from
16:37
this one saying it can't wait at the
16:40
hotel room if there's anything else you
16:42
would like to if there's anything else
16:46
that you would like to include okay just
17:30
to repeat what this party includes
17:32
afterwards it's a baby thing you know
17:37
29-degree pool you could see steam room
17:42
in sauna Jane my fitness training uses a
17:46
path through the cow subtle purse and
17:50
also some expensive body sounds good
18:00
great at this part tomorrow closes at
18:07
10:00 p.m. so here's this one
18:18
and also if you would like to become a
18:22
member
18:23
I'll send you some information about
18:25
that as well is there anything else I
18:31
can help you with
18:32
oh oh I see
18:38
I can help you with that no need to be
18:41
worried what kind of dinner how you
18:44
going to dinner well then I see that
18:51
kind of a hurry so see what I can do
19:00
of course you need some laundry to fix
19:04
that problem can you see the shirts that
19:08
are affected by the terms I know will
19:11
help you that how many shirts I was
19:13
talking about - no problem
19:48
[Applause]
20:18
[Applause]
20:43
if I Swedish sex up we're talking about
20:47
eight yours here
20:50
yeah you won't receive it at 6:00 p.m.
20:53
tonight is that okay teri said 7:00 so
20:58
no problem great well I think we have
21:15
everything under control
21:17
I'm done the jacket we have done some
21:20
earlier mom's pirate Charles I
21:23
am giving you some information about
21:25
that member exclusive offer so we have
21:28
this ball of keeping your water I'm not
21:31
taking care of it that long as I said
21:34
the only thing now is for you to relax I
21:40
love a wonderful experience here at the
21:43
EMA spa in the hotel and if there's any
21:50
questions then you can come down here to
21:53
the reception we're open every day 24/7
21:59
okay have a good day and a fantastic
22:05
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Video subtitles: Our Unbelievable Night at Haunted Langham Hotel

00:00
Samko be right here with us on good day
00:02
this morning our next guests have
00:04
cultivated quite the following this time
00:07
we took ourselves and our friends to the
00:09
UK this is our scariest one yet like by
00:11
far no I don't really get scared like
00:13
whenever we film it depends on the place
00:15
it changes you for a long time like I
00:20
was basically an atheist but the more
00:22
and more we do paranormal investigations
00:24
and everything I believe there is
00:26
something out there that's awesome we
00:28
captured this we want to show as many
00:29
people as possible
00:32
you wouldn't for choice youtubers what's
00:49
up guys it's Sam and Colby welcome back
00:51
to our next series gonna international
00:54
this time and speaking of we just
00:56
finished buying the tickets for our next
00:59
trip we came all the way over to our
01:01
friend's birthday party because Corey
01:03
and Jake are both here right now so
01:05
we're gonna Surprise them with the news
01:06
yes
01:11
[Music]
01:19
oh darling step and cowboy boots and
01:24
this comes out in the month that trends
01:26
gonna be dead
01:27
that trend died two years ago if we're
01:29
talking dog ears I never learned it
01:39
smell second ghost
01:41
couple months ago when I first talked
01:42
about this we said we were gonna go one
01:45
international but two to the most
01:47
haunted places in the world so after
01:50
doing some research there was a country
01:52
this is actually the most haunted
01:54
country in the entire world what that
01:55
means is there is more ghosts or
01:58
paranormal activity per capita than any
02:00
other place ever it's the home of the
02:03
Black Death killing tens of thousands of
02:06
people we're going England oh my god
02:15
wait no this is not real where are the
02:18
cameras okay hold up Queen Elizabeth
02:21
Queen Mary I learned this in your class
02:22
Queen Elizabeth is Queen Mary and that's
02:24
the Bloody Mary Queen Mary Queen Mary
02:27
from the ship yeah that's something we
02:31
didn't tell you guys but the home of the
02:33
Queen Mary the one that we all know is
02:36
in England you're barking up the wrong
02:38
tree brother going to the home of Queen
02:40
Mary guys are you excited let's freakin
02:42
catch some ghosts international goes we
02:44
went to the Queen Mary ship mm-hmm do we
02:48
all agree that was like the craziest
02:49
investigation
02:50
you're anything that's almost ever
02:52
happened definitely wait now we're going
02:53
to her house what's gonna happen is we
02:55
are now not as haunted or not haunted at
02:58
all so we're just going there to invest
03:00
to reopen it okay so where are we going
03:03
are we going to her house we're going
03:04
here I'm going to her country we will be
03:07
surprised what you guys can do yeah you
03:08
can't know about something boat yeah
03:10
it's just they will get their surprise
03:12
this with traumatic experiences thanks
03:14
that's what we do best
03:15
pack your bags or going to London baby I
03:18
see haunted a ship imagine what our
03:20
house is gonna be she on the flattened
03:21
boat what do you think our house is
03:23
gonna be listen guys we're gonna be fine
03:25
because we have the power of friendship
03:26
yes friendship come defeat and he goes
03:28
out there in the entire world ready 1 2
03:30
3 friendship
03:32
nothing could be fresh improper
03:35
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04:09
brahmasmi and and a brick wall
04:12
Hager maker brick I'm aside for new
04:14
ventures yo give this video a big fat
04:16
like if you think between dumb thing
04:20
look at how different the condoms look
04:22
here are you guys gonna be safe driving
04:26
on the opposite side of the road oh my
04:30
god I didn't even think about that the
04:33
steering wheel Bravo Oh No how are we
04:37
gonna how we're gonna do this right from
04:39
the left all right you're gonna drive
04:40
okay we're gonna make you drive on the
04:45
opposite side you all your hands have to
04:46
be like this so I just kind of wait yeah
04:55
we're in London all right be careful
04:59
we're screwed Wow we don't have
05:04
insurance you're not supposed to turn
05:06
that way there's only an arrow pointing
05:08
that way
05:17
oh dude dude ran over my foot water back
05:37
forward and over my feet you open this
05:52
[Laughter]
06:01
all right let's go we're putting a lot
06:05
of trust in you you gotta actually pay
06:07
attention and be careful because we
06:08
don't have insurance on the store Tim
06:09
you're going to get insurance Jim Kolbe
06:12
the steering wheel back why'd he take it
06:13
oh yeah yeah no everything's all set I'm
06:18
gonna crash oh god that's people - come
06:21
on away Oh
06:27
we don't even have service in here
06:29
they're like fine where we're going said
06:31
we gotta drive like everyone's against
06:33
you okay
06:37
doesn't even know where we're going my
06:39
kayui brother alright boys so this is
06:50
what we're doing going to the Langham
06:51
Hotel which is known as the most haunted
06:54
hotel in the UK and also top ten in the
06:58
whole world yeah that's fine that's
07:11
great hey let's go on a trip we're not
07:14
haunted anymore let's go to the most
07:16
haunted hotel in the world yeah I
07:17
thought you said you were ready for
07:19
bigger bigger things I know but like
07:22
there's a difference from like
07:24
investigating and then like you being
07:27
asleep and a demon taking over your body
07:29
if you can't help it cuz you're asleep
07:33
I actually belong to the Abba
07:36
international order of Exorcist I'm a
07:38
demonologist the thing that the hallways
07:40
our problem is no matter where we go
07:42
like it always just seems to like we
07:44
catch something every time well you
07:46
could be stuck being in this medium
07:48
world in our last series the origin we
07:50
talked to those guys like a demonologist
07:52
he says he's white we're a lot better at
07:54
it than normal and he thinks we have a
07:55
gift
07:56
so this whole trip is trying to prove
07:59
that our group is the best ghost hunters
08:01
on YouTube and because of that we are
08:03
meeting with two paranormal experts
08:06
who've been studying
08:07
paranormal and demonology for years and
08:10
we're doing an interview here in an hour
08:11
yes the best because we wanted to get
08:15
professionals into this because we're
08:17
just little little boys babies just died
08:40
why most of it was a car literally in
08:44
our lane coming straight at us you can
08:47
drive on any Lane here I'm just gonna
08:59
take this one
09:04
[Music]
09:15
[Music]
09:25
I'm laying ham Hotel most haunted place
09:29
CBC big big brown what oh here we go
09:34
yeah thank you so much my bags we'll see
09:40
in the room so we have a reservation
09:58
under gold are we put in a request we
10:00
don't know is being able to be fulfilled
10:01
but we're trying to do room 333
10:04
absolutely
10:05
you've been out good to be nothing oh
10:06
really okay sweet they said we didn't it
10:08
so that's perfect we heard online that
10:10
room 333 was like haunted or something
10:12
like that
10:13
is this why you have the the camera yeah
10:16
there is the legend yes have you heard
10:19
anything about that we can tell you that
10:21
my deeply personal in one year that I've
10:25
been here I didn't have any complaints
10:29
and so on
10:31
complain yeah but you can check maybe
10:33
stay there with a camera you guys don't
10:47
mind being filmed right fast-forward a
10:52
little bit guys we just checked into the
10:54
hotel we want to reintroduce you guys
10:56
formally can you state your name and
10:58
what she kind of deal and the
11:03
spontaneous cases Committee of the
11:05
Society for psychical research founded
11:08
in London in 1862 whoa all right
11:11
my name is Rosie a Carol I'm a member of
11:14
the ghost club sweet my name is Sam this
11:18
is Colby Jake and Corey we're coming for
11:21
our Channel
11:22
but these guys are always into it and
11:24
whoa there's so many millions of cracks
11:27
everywhere yeah guys we're just gonna
11:30
hear a bunch of cracks throughout the
11:31
entire interview but right as we turned
11:33
around from checking in you guys are
11:36
asking us about room 333 we just rented
11:38
out room 3 300 everybody stupid we don't
11:41
even have any told them why that's a
11:43
significant number but do you guys know
11:46
much about room 3 3 here in the Lancome
11:49
hotel where the story goes that's a
11:53
Victorian doctor spent the night in room
11:56
33 with his bride it was his wedding
11:58
night who knows the circumstances but
12:00
the story goes he actually murdered his
12:02
bride
12:04
three three sir
12:07
fast forward now to 1973 and the
12:10
journalist James Alexander Gordon was
12:13
staying in room three three three whoa
12:15
he's waking in the middle of the night
12:17
and it said he saw a fluorescent ball of
12:19
lights that slowly formed into the
12:22
figure of a man but there was something
12:24
strange about this man
12:26
he was dressed in full evening suit very
12:29
smart but the bottom half his legs were
12:33
actually missing
12:34
now Robert returnless actually tried to
12:36
speak with the figure but the figure
12:38
didn't speak to him he just walked
12:40
towards him with his arms open
12:43
I wish brilliant the journalist ran off
12:46
as most people would the other story
12:47
that's associated with the room is there
12:50
was a famous cricketer he was staying at
12:52
the room and in the middle of the night
12:54
he was woken by the sound of taps
12:57
turning on he went into the bathroom
12:59
water was gushing out through the tax do
13:03
you guys know what else happened with
13:05
the faucets motives we know we had a
13:09
pretty crazy experience at the Queen
13:11
Mary in Long Beach California a while
13:14
back but anyway continued story okay
13:16
well story guys turned off the taps
13:19
went back to the bed what he could hear
13:21
was still the sound of running water
13:23
gushing out it's not so you know the
13:25
house the interesting thing is like when
13:34
I hear a story like that there's a
13:36
theory that ghosts are a tape recording
13:39
in some way and quite often when they
13:42
you can only see half of the body it's
13:44
possible that maybe the floors been
13:46
slightly lowered raised at some point
13:49
can you explain that a little more
13:50
the ghosts or apparitions or anything
13:52
could be a tape recording what do you
13:54
mean by that one theory is some certain
13:57
types of students possibly associated
13:59
with a damp atmosphere as well and kind
14:02
of hold a particularly traumatic
14:07
experience and we play it like a tape
14:10
recording under certain circumstances
14:12
you can't really communicate with them
14:14
but that's why you get to ghost is the
14:17
same walk and maybe walk to a wall
14:19
what I do I'll make it be one time so
14:21
you can't interact with it because it's
14:23
literally just a thing that's playing
14:24
over and over again of a night of an
14:28
experience yeah that's interesting I
14:31
never thought of it like that that makes
14:34
a lot more sense you know a lot of the
14:37
things that we experience have to do
14:39
with each other but I don't know if we
14:40
see repetitive stuff overnight I mean
14:43
you see the same shadow figure often
14:46
doing the same thing okay so we don't
14:49
have to that's true if you talk about it
14:51
that gives it energy and it makes it
14:53
more active and makes it more go to you
14:56
yeah see that's why I don't talk about
14:59
overall do you guys believe that the
15:01
Langham hotel is haunted
15:03
having not stayed here myself I hadn't
15:06
paid for my death there's saving a lot
15:08
of stories and the fact that there's
15:09
also a story about Butler and Napoleon
15:12
and the butler's on the third floor as
15:15
well very beautiful we have two rooms on
15:18
the third floor I also had that a German
15:21
princess meant to have jumped out of the
15:22
window and his ghost is also seen but
15:26
you know with every theory with every
15:28
story you want to go in yourselfer and
15:30
find out and see if you actually sense
15:32
anything or see anything because you
15:35
know stories can't get changed over the
15:37
years I think you guys will be in a
15:38
better position to tell us after a
15:40
couple of days can you guys pick up on
15:42
energies is that something that you
15:43
think you're gifted with or is it more
15:45
just like you Ghost Hunters like us I
15:47
can sometimes pick up on energy or
15:49
especially when I kind of just go into a
15:51
room for a first time sometimes I get a
15:53
real sense of all something's here and
15:56
then it tends to sort of fade away so I
15:58
can pick up all the feelings but I I
16:01
don't necessarily know what what's
16:02
causing it but like walking in here did
16:05
you feel anything or was no no when I
16:06
first came into anything
16:08
it into the house I have you a nurse are
16:12
you guys ever like concerned about your
16:13
safety of putting yourselves in these
16:14
dangerous situations I'm not because
16:18
there is deep down there's no real
16:20
history let's assume in the paranormal
16:24
which is kind of a question itself but
16:26
there's no real history of anyone coming
16:29
to serious harm and pull together
16:31
probably the potential them of scary
16:33
phenomena nobody has as far as I can see
16:37
other than the odd scratch in the armor
16:39
what have you come to serious harm and
16:41
that's always a good place to start if
16:43
somebody's being scared by it I hope I'm
16:45
not going to prove the exception I do
16:48
think if somebody's kind of a bit
16:50
mentally fragile getting involved in
16:53
ghost hunting could be potentially
16:55
dangerous especially things like Ouija
16:57
boards people can get drawn into that
17:05
horrible things coming through Ouija
17:08
boards that have quite upset people
17:10
whether they're true or not the people
17:12
involved certainly believed they had got
17:14
in touch with something you were not in
17:15
your head like hundreds like for like
17:21
six years I've played with Ouija boards
17:22
in my house growing up house that I
17:24
lived in for play like 16 years like we
17:26
haunted it it probably got haunted when
17:28
I was like 10 or 11 cuz that's when like
17:31
I first discovered a Ouija board and
17:32
started playing with it and then after
17:34
that it became like a party trick I
17:35
would just have my friends come over and
17:36
be like hey look at this I'm gonna talk
17:38
to ghosts and then I would say something
17:39
on the Ouija board the lights would
17:41
flicker like my closet wouldn't open
17:43
when I was younger I didn't know that 3
17:44
a.m. was like that serious but it is but
17:47
we would put my phone in the hallway and
17:50
put it to record only audio every time
17:52
we pull it into the room to listen we
17:53
would catch like whispers and to the
17:55
phone like yeah that good save root of 3
18:00
3 3 and 3 I am great times that by to
18:05
get 666 oh my god you said you were like
18:09
slightly skeptical do you believe in
18:12
ghosts they thought that there might be
18:13
something else is kind of fascinates
18:16
everybody obviously reading about it and
18:19
hearing about it fascinates them still
18:20
and if you want to take it one stage
18:22
further actually investigating and
18:24
trying to find out even just convincing
18:27
myself would be absolutely fascinating
18:29
that's why we do it especially a cold
18:30
man I've been on we were very very
18:31
skeptical but over the years like just
18:34
seeing all this it kind of makes us
18:36
believe in more in kind
18:37
you know like you said like the fact
18:38
there is a mystery something greater out
18:40
there it's kind of rewarding so I guess
18:43
the last question would be what advice
18:44
would you have for people like us we
18:46
don't really know what we're doing we're
18:47
just doing our YouTube thing so any
18:49
advice first of all always keeping in
18:52
mind if a friend or a colleague is in
18:54
genuine trouble and obviously put away
18:57
the cameras and it's about them don't
18:59
use too much equipment most people don't
19:01
know how what they're trying to record
19:02
and that would be my first level of
19:06
answering the question okay the second
19:09
level is some have a copy of my old book
19:13
oh thank you so much my advice for
19:16
gustan is is don't go stunt on your own
19:18
because anything you see you need a
19:22
witness you it's no good you saying I've
19:24
seen a ghost but if two people see the
19:26
same go student same thing then it
19:28
becomes interesting and then I'd also
19:30
say keep the camera running because the
19:33
number of times I've saturated with the
19:35
tape recorder turned off that's when the
19:38
noise this happen yeah because I don't
19:43
think guys necessarily wanna be yeah
19:46
caught on camera or make contact you
19:49
know yeah yeah and a lot of times you
19:52
could just be having a normal
19:53
conversation and something will happen
19:55
say well again thank you so much where
20:00
can they find you I know you can find
20:01
you through your book but if you Google
20:03
Society for psychical research it will
20:06
come up and the guys condom ignite 18
20:09
1861 thank you so much for information
20:11
research how to use that and our
20:15
adventures try to be more safe with that
20:20
[Music]
20:29
what you guys think about those people
20:31
I'm pretty cool oh that was pretty cool
20:33
doesn't really mean but I feel like big
20:37
peepee big peepee let's clap for the big
20:41
I feel like they looked at us or like
20:43
amateurs you guys don't even know how it
20:46
goes I know but it was interesting how
20:48
he said he was slightly skeptical even
20:50
though that was his job oh my god I feel
20:56
like being skeptical was part of being a
20:58
professional but the one thing that he
21:00
was scared of was room 333 across the
21:03
street
21:03
let's do er I'm spending that in the
21:05
most haunted hotel in the world just
21:09
kidding
21:11
[Music]
21:21
[Music]
21:35
hello mateys oh wait that's ostrich
21:39
what's up guys it's Sammy Cole Beach
21:41
that way I don't know if you guys can
21:44
notice or not but we all got a little
21:46
bit of souvenirs I got the Queen and I
21:49
am his queen oh so he pretty much got me
21:51
Sam we decided we wanted to give you
21:53
guys a little bit of history and tell
21:55
you a bit of the scary stories and scary
21:57
things that have happened here back in
21:59
1776 George Washington defines the
22:01
Declaration of Independence with his
22:02
foreskin hair the hotel was built in
22:05
1865 so five hundred rooms all
22:09
supposedly haunted now and as you guys
22:12
heard from the earlier interview there's
22:14
been a lot of different types of ghosts
22:16
I was someone commit suicide oh yes yes
22:19
no the dude the dude killed his wife
22:20
here in room 33 in our room in room
22:24
three three three that's like the main
22:26
two it's like you said the German Prince
22:28
stayed here and jumped out of his window
22:30
also a doctor not only killed his wife
22:33
in the room that we're staying in then
22:35
also killed himself no that's just the
22:38
stuff that happens in 333 but all of the
22:41
third floor is the most haunted I was
22:43
reading this online it's so hot that you
22:45
like can't sleep at night cricket teams
22:47
stay here during their competitions and
22:49
they like always reports that they can't
22:51
fall asleep especially before games and
22:53
they just get that so weird
22:55
dude is hot right now it's like it's
22:57
amber that's a big fit right there
22:59
that's a minecraft dude that's what
23:00
that's what little pomp in Congo
23:03
some kind of like the Biltmore Hotel and
23:06
the Stanley Hotel this is another prank
23:09
was that he's haunted that we have a
23:14
bunch of scary equipment and ghost
23:16
equipment stuff so we'll probably just
23:17
play like the waiting game tonight see
23:19
if anything happens a set of literally
23:21
summoning demons and putting ourselves
23:23
in danger did you hear that
23:24
no well is that another ghost did you
23:27
actually hear something
23:28
it goes a lot I heard like like an
23:32
animal of some sort
23:33
why guys I literally just found this egg
23:37
what's your name do you know with all
23:44
that display right there even though
23:47
we're messing around now we are wanting
23:48
to be a more professional this trip
23:50
actually gonna try to find out if this
23:52
place is haunted like they said it's
23:54
case by case we don't know if
23:55
everything's paranormal a lot of things
23:57
that have been in the past happen for
23:58
normal but hey right now could be just a
24:00
myth so let's go find out she is Cheers
24:03
three three three let's go
24:06
[Music]
24:09
we just hit level three and we told the
24:15
concierge to bring up all the luggage oh
24:18
my god I just asked a worker which way
24:24
her own 333 was and he goes oh room 333
24:30
it's that way
24:32
well I guess so reluctantly why couldn't
24:34
he just say that way I know he news
24:37
liking was like why are y'all stand-in
24:39
three through three that was like the
24:40
look on his face coming wait wait
24:43
it's that way yes and look at all these
24:47
random and painting that's like what is
24:49
that stretch dude again the same exact
24:53
paintings too is that creepy room 3 3 3
25:00
I got butterflies I got butterflies oh
25:04
don't look behind you but there's a
25:05
ghost
25:06
alright so this is the most haunted room
25:08
in the most haunted hotel in all of
25:11
London room 3 3 3 and it doesn't very
25:20
good
25:21
Oh
25:28
[Music]
25:33
it was like he caught up and came here I
25:35
swear on my Oh with him
25:49
if my little brother is seeing the
25:52
shadow man right now then yeah this is a
25:53
big or little magician
25:55
what what's wrong
26:02
[Music]
26:06
you

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