Halloween

Spice Up your Halloween with ‘BuzzFeed Unsolved’

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Since Halloween is quickly approaching, we all have to start stocking up some horror films and/or TV shows to binge with family and friends to get through this highly anticipated night. Of course, we wouldn’t want to miss the classics such as Hocus Pocus, The Exorcist, Halloween, Beetlejuice, or even The Monster House! However, some people find these all too scary, and some people even find these films not scary enough.

Luckily, the hit web series, BuzzFeed Unsolved, has released its fifth supernatural season last Oct. 19. BuzzFeed Unsolved is a documentary series that discusses unsolved crimes, haunted places, alleged demonic possessions and historical occurrences. The content itself is without a doubt incredibly spooky as it focuses on the real-life stories of demons and the undead that is backed up with some historical evidence. The topics of the show are often definitely morbid, but at the same time, the show’s hosts, Ryan Bergara, and Shane Madej are an iconic duo that ultimately provide us with some comic relief as we navigate through deeply goose-bumping stories. We’ve broken down some of the show’s best episodes that would definitely help spice up your Halloween this year.

1.) 3 Horrifying Cases of Ghosts and Demons (Season 1: Episode 3) 

The first season really kick-started with this investigation that ranged from California to Mexico and finally to Kansas. In this 46-minute video, Ryan and Shane first explore the Winchester Mystery House, the to the creepy Island of the Dolls, and finally to the demon-infested Sallie House. This episode is definitely the scariest for me out of all the other episodes in the show because not only do the locations speak for themselves, but we also get evidence from the world beyond. 

2.) The Haunted Halls Of Waverly Hills Hospital (Season 2: Episode 4)

The Waverly Hills Sanatorium located in Louisville, Kentucky provides an excellent location for your typical thriller film yet only this time, we are provided with some concrete pieces of evidence and a chance to see the duo attempt to sleep in this haunted nightmare.

3.) The Haunted Quarters Of The Dauphine Orleans Hotel (Season 2: Episode 9)

At first this episode kind of flowed through slowly, but after finishing it, you will definitely start to question your beliefs in regards to the world beyond. This was overall spooky and just downright unexplainable, one of the perfect formulas for a perfect Halloween party.

4.) The Demonic Goatman’s Bridge (Season 3: Episode 4) 

This is probably one of the most comedic episodes to date despite the aura of the location as they were dealing with a demon this time around. This episode will definitely provide some much-needed humor after going through a night filled with evil things unknown. It’s sure to give you a good laugh while anxiously turning around and looking behind your back.

5.) The Demonic Bellaire House (Season 4: Episode 3) 

The Bellaire House is much like the Sallie House from the first season. We all know how demons themselves are probably the worst things to ever encounter so kudos for Ryan and Shane (mostly Ryan) for making it. Nothing is more creepy than a haunted house doused in the aura of The Conjuring, and nothing is more comedic than having two friends, one of which is a hard-core ghost believer and the other a hard-core skeptic, to butt it out.

So if you haven’t already, go check Buzzfeed Unsolved for some horrifying yet funny content that’ll spice up and balance your Halloween experience this year!

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