It seemed there would be no escaping the darkness after Jay saw a ghostly figure of a woman in his own bedroom. The next night, Jay couldn't help but notice a cold distance in his fellow officers; they all seemed overworked, overly tired and desensitized. The Jail is the tenth episode of Paranormal Witness season 2. He started to resemble his zombie-like colleagues, and a rage began to boil beneath the fatigue … The disturbances continued, and Jay wasn't the only one experiencing them. Super powerful testimonies from actual people, you get to judge for yourself wether or not their telling the truth. Most of the time, you get a deep impression that at the very least, this is what these people believe they witnessed.
Though, told by people who have said they experience these hauntings, occasionally they have actual evidence captured while the events were going on. Who, exactly, is this 'he' Simpson speaks of? For example, Officer Dean Thomas pleaded guilty to murdering his wife back in 2005, with his friends claiming he had completely changed for the worse after be began his tenure at Estrella. For example, Officer Dean Thomas pleaded guilty to murdering his wife back in 2005, with his friends claiming he had completely changed for the worse after be began his tenure at Estrella. The Jail aired on October 5, 2016. Working in D Tower began to take its toll on Jay.
But when the Pracht family move into their new home in the empty plains of Nebraska they discover he has only just begun. Additionally, this show should be integrating more real-footage. The interviews with the real-life eyewitnesses are fantastic. Jay resigned from Estrella Jail, though he feels there's still a part of him in that place … a part that will never be released. Jay felt little comfort in knowing that he wasn't the only one experiencing these strange events. I'm 35 and after seeing some of the episodes, I couldn't sleep without the lights on.
Season 6 should pay close attention to some of the lackluster contentment of Season 5. Clearly eyewitness didn't see this. When a woman rents out the dilapidated guesthouse of her newly purchased home, covering up bullet holes and a mysterious, jagged hole in the floorboards, strange and frightening events start to occur. So I take it; not real guys? Jay was confused when he looked back toward the control room window and saw what looked like a Sergeant standing behind Brown. The have done this in the past and it is one of the most effective techniques for driving the authenticity of terror home with these stories. Working in D Tower began to take its toll on Jay. Just ask Jay Yates, a detention officer who took a night shift position at the all-female penitentiary in 2009.
He was too tired to spend any quality time with his wife and two sons. Profile Subjects Names: Jay Yates, Officer Brown, Simpson Subject Location: , Paranormal Experience: Haunting of a Jail. After someone — or something — threw a chair against the window of the control room while Jay was inside, Brown was attacked from behind by an unseen force while he was doing a cell search. Whether you believe in the paranormal or not, this show always gives you something to think about. A new recruit, Officer Padilla, explored the entire cell block, trying to find the source of a disembodied male voice … and eventually found herself face-to-face with the entity known as The Sergeant. Not to mention that it's so formulated that any fan of this show can intuit the timing of these gimmicks.
Writer Jenny Scott follows in her footsteps with terrible consequences. Jay's partner for the evening, Officer Brown, stayed in the control room as Jay volunteered to do the first count of the shift when the inmates are counted and, therefore, all accounted for. He was too tired to spend any quality time with his wife and two sons. And then there was Simpson, Jay's partner for the evening, who almost had a nervous breakdown when he found out he was assigned to D Tower for the night. For the rest of his very first shift, Jay experienced doors opening and closing of their own accord, the sound of approaching footsteps and loud pounding on the control room door … though there was no one there.
When Jay returned to the control room, he inquired as to the Sergeant's visit, though Brown said he'd been alone the entire time Jay was doing count. . Jay felt little comfort in knowing that he wasn't the only one experiencing these strange events. He started to resemble his zombie-like colleagues, and a rage began to boil beneath the fatigue … The disturbances continued, and Jay wasn't the only one experiencing them. Sometime history is given of a property which adds to the topic.
The stories are typically very suspenseful. This show doesn't give you images of ghosts, but rather has people tell you about their experiences, where they were, what the circumstances were, etc. You get a feel for what is real to some one when you pay close attention to their voice, their eyes and their face in general. In fact, after seeing a vision of an inmate who had hung herself in the shower, Jay started to believe that the prison may drive him to take his own life. That said, I still enjoy each episode and every season. Were his fellow detention officers hazing the new guy? On though still the show is definitely watchable and entertaining I just hope they continue to get it right I think only about six episodes are worth watching out of this whole collection same thing is happening to the other paranormal grades such as a haunting which is been purchased by three different networks and bastardized to a substandard show… try the dead files with Amy Allen all nine seasons plus that is the apex of paranormal on television today I love the re-enactments.