Supernatural (2005– )
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Sam and Dean inexplicably encounter the Hell Hounds while investigating a case that John failed to crack years earlier and become fixtures in their pilot for a reality show called Ghostfacers.


Philip Sgriccia (as Phil Sgriccia)


Eric Kripke (created by), Ben Edlund




Episode cast overview:
Jared Padalecki ... Sam Winchester
Jensen Ackles ... Dean Winchester
A.J. Buckley ... Ed Zeddmore
Travis Wester ... Harry Spangler
Brittany Ishibashi ... Maggie Zeddmore
Austin Basis ... Kenny Spruce
Dustin Milligan ... Alan J. Corbett
John DeSantis ... Freeman Daggett
Dave Hospes Dave Hospes ... Echo - The Drunk
Tony Morelli Tony Morelli ... Echo - The Gangster


In this off-shoot/semi-spoof of Ghost Hunters, Sam and Dean once again encounter the Hell Hounds, Harry and Ed, who have formed their own reality TV show, 'Ghostfacers.' They are investigating a haunted house where every February 29, ghosts who died violent deaths haunt the place. Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

24 April 2008 (USA) See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


The song playing as the Ghostfacers set up base camp in the Morton House is "Hocus Pocus" by Focus (1971). See more »


Some of the camera angles where "Maggie" is supposed to be holding the camera are wrong. She's shorter than any of the guys and during cutaways we can see she's holding the camera at about the level of her own chin, but her camera's footage shows it's clearly being held on the shoulder of a cameraman who is taller than "Ed" and "Harry". See more »


Harry Spangler: [Harry rubs up against Maggie, she turns around and hits him] Ow! Ed, you're sister's abusing staff!
Ed Zeddmore: That's adopted sister, thank you very much.
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Crazy Credits

The standard Supernatural opening credits do not air at the beginning of this episode. Instead, credits for the show within a show, "Ghostfacers" air. The standard credits air at the end of the episode. See more »


References Coven (2000) See more »


It's My Party
Written by Wally Gold (as Walter Gold), John Gluck, Herbert Weiner (as Herb Weiner) and Seymour Gottlieb
Performed by Lesley Gore
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This is not a Blair Witch parody
8 October 2019 | by CubsandCultureSee all my reviews

I find it very shocking that this episode has such a bad (relatively speaking) rating on here. It is also a bit disheartening that people think it is referencing Blair Witch (or other found footage films). It is not. The episode was inspired by the writers' strike of 2007-08 and it is mostly poking fun at unscripted reality TV. On that level it is hysterical. It is sharp; Ed and Harry are just great a comedic version of the Winchesters. The shooting style is perfectly realized and it feels like a bad reality TV show. Deans swear! But apart from that the show manages to be touching with Corbett story. The satire has a wonderful pathos in the end. Sometimes you just have go be gay for the poor dead intern.

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