Ghost Hunt (NZ)

Season 1 Episode 3

Waitomo Caves Hotel

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Jul 12, 2005 on TV2
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Waitomo Caves Hotel
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Guests check into the Victorian era Waitomo Caves hotel, but at least three of their ghostly guests refuse to check out. Brad, Carolyn and Michael search its dark, creaky corridors for the phantoms said to reside there.

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      • Michael: Well, I was thinking I'd see a ghost with chains rattling, but you get to see spirit in energy, either in an auditory, or in an energy you sense around you, a temperature change, or a physical, 'hair standing up on the back of you neck'.

      • Brad: (chuckling, after yet another door shuts itself behind Michael for no apparent reason) Michael has this habit of doors closing behind him. I'd love to think that's there's some spirit in there that's just happily following him around closing doors behind him wherever he goes.

      • Carolyn: (giving her first impression of the hotel) I'm surprised it hasn't been used for, like, a location for a haunted movies. It's one of those classic buildings, even in the daylight, 'cause it's just got the architecture where you you can just see... uh, even like cheesy movies like Scream being shot and with a, 'Reah! Reah! Reah!' (making stabbing gestures to accompany her sound effects)

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      • Michael: All I need now is Jack Nicholson to come walking down the hallway with an axe in his hand saying, 'Here's Johnny!'


        Michael has compared the Waitomo Caves hotel to that of the Jack Nicholson movie The Shining, in which a writer staying at a haunted hotel with his family during the off season is gradually driven mad by the evil spirits inhabiting it. Interestingly enough, the novel was written by Stephen King after staying at the Stanley Hotel in the US, and had some paranormal activity while there which inspired him to write his famous novel. The Stanley Hotel has been the subject of numerous TV paranormal investigations, including those performed by TAPS of Ghost Hunters, the Ghost Adventures Crew and the UK's Most Haunted.

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