Synopsis: 4 film makers set up on a humorous quest to see if there really are ghosts. Eight months, five states, multiple locations, and interviews with the most respected names in the paranormal fields...have their opinions changed? Did they capture anything paranormal?
108 min

Now you see me Now you don't - You need to get closer

up underneath your nose. So I just found out

that Lala's family has a haunted bar in Virginia

City and I told her that I demand that we're gonna

stay the night there and film it and it's going to be awesome. And everybody's excited

about it except for Lala, but you want to do it right Lala? Lala? - No I don't want to sleep there. - [Man] But you're gonna do it? - No, I'm going to just go. - So we're going to to and we're going to go stay the night in this

haunted hotel in Virginia City. This is come to, this

is Superbowl Sunday 2015 and we just came up

with the best idea ever. Mark Sitco. - My name is Bill Doty. I'm a filmmaker, I'm a father, and I'm a professional show-off. I love a lot of things, my kids, all things geeky, and my amazing

girlfriend Emilee Duncan. - I'm Emilee Duncan. - [Bill] And I think she likes me too. I love my life. So many things fascinate me in my life. One of those things are ghosts. But the weird thing is,

I don't believe in them. But when you're a

filmmaker and you're given an opportunity to prove

yourself wrong, you take it. (dog barking fiercely) And when it becomes a ginormous project, you don't do it alone. You volunteer your

awesomatic filmmaker friends. - I'm Sean Small. - I'm Angela Derisio. - I, wait, I am. - I am a student of BSU,

in the film department. We don't have a film

department, I'm just a student. - And I'm with Angela. - [Bill] Just like Emilee and I, they have a super amazing life. And they're also a bit show-offy. - It's time to ghost face in. - This huge ear kit, he

starts to dig around in my-- I'm so nervous, ugh! - [Bill] So I present to

you, our Ghostumentary. - (imitating record scratching) Um. - They always look at

me like are you gonna buy those cookies you just squeezed. I don't ever buy them. - I was creeping out, he

was just sitting in the car. - It's better, it's better notice. Part of our research was watching every ghost documentary that we could. - I don't have ghost experience my self. - I believe in ghosts. - Gullifat. - I believe in ghosts. - True believers. - I absolutely 100% do

not believe in ghosts. So heading into it we knew we

had to do something different. Which meant, no fake footage. Oh beautiful, oh wait a minute

go back and do it again. I wasn't recording. - We knew that we had to talk to as many professionals as possible. - I would have to say we

are not professionals. I don't think there are any professionals in the paranormal field. - We utilized the latest in

ghost hunting technology. - We just had a ghost

over here a second ago. And hours and hours of

the setting footage. I'll just play along,

I'll just play along And I'll just play along,

I'll just play along And when all is said and done, hopefully we all learn something. - Remember kids, don't

drink and ghost hunt. That's this whole lesson

and that's end of the movie. That's the end of the movie. We just got it, there's our end. - [Bill] So now it's

time to load up the car, hit the road and make our first

attempt at finding a ghost. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. What are you guys doing today? - Oh nothing, what are you doing? - [Bill] I don't know,

want to go catch a ghost? - Yeah, let's go catch a ghost. (pages flipping) - [Bill] Tell me about

your super power again. - Um, I can find hair in food super fast, and I can pee at any moment at any time. - [Sean] Um. - [Angela] He's dog man. - [Sean] I'm dog man.

I can attract and love any dog and they will love me back. - [Bill] And you can lick yourself. - [Sean] And I can lick myself. - She compacts easily. - I can grow my hair really

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