Ryan Vergara and Shane Madej from Unresolved Buzzfeed, otherwise known as the Ghoul Boys, are finally back with a new paranormal series from Watcher and it’s available now on YouTube. Shadow files welcomes back the hilarious and successful paranormal investigators who lead the audience through the question “are ghosts real?”
But Ryan and Shane aren’t the only YouTubers wondering about the existence of ghosts, demons, poltergeists and other mysterious creatures from an unseen realm, and there are plenty of YouTube channels exploring the endless possibilities. of the paranormal by exploring haunted places, reviewing scary videos or sharing fascinating cases. Fortunately, the Redditors have found the best ones.
Redditor femineon named Nexpo as her favorite paranormal channel and a slew of Redditors said the same. She then commented “not always paranormal but lots of scary stuff” which sums up how rich the channel is in its content.
Her unique way of approaching each case with a reasonably skeptical approach makes her videos all the more interesting and believable, making her the ideal channel for viewers who seek cases that are somewhat truthful, genuinely intriguing and open to scientific discussion. and paranormal.
9/10 Nuke’s Top 5
User DirtRacing commented “Nuke’s Top 5 is hands down the best” and met many other Redditors who suggested the same channel. Nuke’s Top 5 compiles several videos of ghosts, demons, poltergeists, apparitions, and other disturbing happenings that are perfect for viewers looking to sneak away at night before bed.
Although there are many other channels that share the same premise, Nuke Top 5 stands out from the rest with its great storytelling and event commentary, and the channel’s video selection could be comparable to the top movies of Nuke. horror of the last decade.
8/10 Unresolved Buzzfeed
Ryan Bergara and Shane Madej changed the ghost hunting game with their hit channel Unresolved Buzzfeed which garnered millions of views and subscribers in the six years since its release. Redditor MaisyMoo88 mentioned the channel and added “yes it’s BuzzFeed but it’s fantastic!” and no other Redditor could contradict them.
There’s no denying that the combination of Ryan Bergara, a paranormal enthusiast, and Shane Madej, a total skeptic, results in a wonderful and hilarious chemistry that no other paranormal channel has. Their interactions are entertaining enough on their own, but their truthful investigations with little to no evidence of the paranormal, make every truly “scary” moment believable and worthy of plenty of attention.
7/10 Mr. Nightmare
Redditor Silent-Yandere mentioned “Mr. Nightmare and Creepypasta” but only the former was praised by other Redditors. Mr. Nightmare has it all, from chilling compilation videos of paranormal sightings to podcasts of scary stories, among other mysterious content that gives everyone goosebumps.
Viewers should be aware that most of the Mr. Nightmare videos don’t focus on the paranormal, but anything that is considered terror. However, the output of each channel counts with a serious and sober description and commentary that effectively reinforces the horror that all paranormal enthusiasts seek.
User bkay17 commented “Reignbot” and Motanfoutune added, “with the music alone giving chills”. Reignbot not only reviews paranormal cases, but also true crimes. It could easily be considered one of YouTube’s best true crime series: “Stories From Our Disturbing World”.
Although the channel mainly covers true and dark crime cases, many other videos review mysterious happenings where viewers can only wonder if the paranormal has anything to do with it. Either way, the content is still creepy and suitable for true horror fans.
5/10 Mr Ballen
Redditor BoomBangkapow mentioned the channel which has often been mentioned and praised by other users, and Tlentic added that “Valley of the Headless Men was by far his best lately”. The ex-soldier who now runs a successful YouTube channel has an undeniable gift for storytelling and captivates millions with his endearing way of telling horror stories.
MrBallen’s storytelling is accessible, simple and clear, making any viewer feel like they’re in conversation with a friend. His most distinctive trait is how, in his “light-hearted” conversational genre, MrBallen is able to deliver a powerful and engaging story that can hook listeners on for hours, much like the best scary horror games of all. time.
Spot-One commented: “Find them really good at explaining locations etc but also Elton started out as a skeptic and slowly changed his mind”. The Night inevitably alludes to more successful ghost-hunting programs that were popular in the early 2000s, such as those on MTV To fear Where paranormal state. The YouTuber visit and investigate haunted places and captivate viewers with their chilling discoveries.
However, like the television programs of the 2000s, the over-dramatization of events in the investigations can sometimes make it all seem exaggerated or false, and while it is fun to follow the explorations, it is perhaps not. not be to everyone’s taste. .
3/10 lazy masquerade
Redditor WonderWoman808520 commented, “Co-worker got me hooked on this channel” and named Lazy Masquerade. The channel tackles all kinds of cases that could be considered mysterious. Whether it’s a true crime or other events that open up discussion about the paranormal.
Lazy Masquerade is excellent in its storytelling. As many of his followers admit, he’s especially great to hear in the dark of night, moments before falling asleep. Its content is comparable to the most chilling documentaries available on streaming platforms, and is therefore a must-have for paranormal enthusiasts.
2/10 MindSeed TV
“MindSeed TV” is the ideal channel for those who only want to watch videos exclusively focused on the paranormal. Redditor skiddodles99 aside “I really like mindseed tv on youtube”. The channel is dedicated solely to exploring haunted places, attempting to communicate with the dead, investigating cursed objects, and searching the deep web.
The YouTube channel is suitable for paranormal believers and fans of home video horror, but their overwhelming amount of “evidence” inevitably makes their content questionable for skeptics or other paranormal enthusiasts who consider that supernatural beings cannot manifest themselves so easily. and with as much frequency.
1/10 paranormal quest
Redditor thoraxe92 mentioned Paranormal Quest and added “I really enjoy Paranormal Quest for the serious vibe”, although it’s this very serious tone that makes it a little difficult for some others to watch. Nevertheless, they follow some very interesting stories.
Paranormal Quest lacks the skepticism that can sometimes be needed for paranormal channels to make content intriguing, but they do have solid investigations and discussions. Like many shows in the genre, it’s guilty of showing too many moments when explorers “felt” something, instead of showing quantifiable evidence or images, which can make it a bit boring at times.
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