But I think across the board we're all open to it.
I'm not quite sure that you want to deal with them [spirits], so it's best you don’t deal with them at all and leave them alone.
However, both sides have got people that can deal with those types of things if anything should go wrong.
But as far as I'm concerned, I've always wanted to check out the Catacombs in France. Well, of course, Hamlet's Castle itself was the inspiration for Shakespeare's whole ghost scenario and things like that.
I'm looking at it from the ocean side where he would obviously have seen it.
We're continuing toowever, what we did discover there was the first time that we've ever filmed this type of phenomenon for TV.
So it was a thrilling experience for us to be able to do this and understand what truly was going on, which really does make for interesting viewing.
We live in surroundings where things are getting faster and faster and faster.
We don't take the time now to walk in the countryside and see what's around us. The stories of fairies, ghosts and other things of that nature have begun to disappear, especially when the world around us started to move much faster.
The Ghost Hunters International team - (back row: l-r) Paul Bradford, Britt Griffith, Joe Chin and Barry Fitz Gerald; (front row: l-r) Susan Slaughter and Kris Williams. Photo by Ailk Keplicz and copyright of The Syfy Channel.