"So are you the kind of genre fan who wishes more reality TV catered to your needs? Who longs for life after Ghost Hunters? Then if you’re not aware of Sci-Fi Channel’s Destination Truth, you probably should be."
"But is Josh's equipment really the most topnotch, useful and lightweight travel gear you can get? Uh, we have no clue, really. As bloggers, we're all homebodies and city folk, so to really give us the skinny we asked someone who might actually know what he's talking about when it comes to outdoor gear: Tim Ferriss, author of the No. 1 New York Times bestseller, The 4-Hour Workweek. Tim took a look at the contents of Josh's bag, as listed on the Destination Truth website, and offered up this valuable advice. Anyone interested in debunking some flying-saucer sightings in Nazca should be clicking Continue pronto."
Chad Alan, a blogger for RealityWanted.com, a top casting site for reality shows on television, wrote a none-to-positive review of Ghost Hunters International and had this assertion on how to make the show better:
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"This week's profile is a real person. Josh Gates of Scf-Fi's Destination Truth. With a degree in archeology and drama, he is the modern day equivalent to Indiana Jones (without the whip or hat). On the show, Jos and his team travel the world as setting up camp to find the truth and evidence for urban legends, paranormal events, and other X-Files-type mysteries."
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