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Ryan Bergara and Shane Madej left Buzzfeed in 2019. Their departure from Unresolved Buzzfeed left millions of fans heartbroken, but thankfully the ghoul boys are back in the new YouTube channel Watcher with a new ghost hunting series titled Shadow files.
The return of the hilarious and best-loved Internet Ghostbusters was an instant hit and their four posted videos are already reaching millions of views. The new series has already proven to be much more fun and entertaining than its Buzzfeed predecessor, as the iconic pair have more ghost-hunting gear, longer episodes and significant exploration sites, and Twitter had plenty to say. on his first videos.
The Ghoul Boys are back
The Ghoul Boys had been missed by their fans since their departure Unresolved Buzzfeed in 2019. Three years had passed since audiences saw the hilarious duo exploring sights or discussing paranormal cases. When they announced their return, fans were thrilled.
Soon, fans all over the world started making drawings of Ryan and Shane to show how much they appreciated their return and user Mook was one of the best to do so. Needless to say, this greatly portrays the pair.
Ryan Bergara and Shane Madej
It’s safe to say that Ryan Bergara and Shane Madej are one of the most touching paranormal couples out there and over the years they’ve become many people’s favorite ghost hunters, like the Twitter user whose painting is more that beautiful.
While some tribute drawings to the duo are more cartoonish, there are others who prefer to do more realistic paintings. The user perfectly captured his physical features, but also his personality and essence.
Humans aren’t the only fans of Shadow files, apparently, and the cats joined the show’s line of viewers. With so many new gear that uses different lights, captures silhouettes in shadows, and cameras that film ghost orbs, it’s understandable that cats are glued to the screen.
After all, cats and dogs have always been famous for perceiving what humans can’t, and in many plays and performances they are still able to see and even befriend movie ghosts. scariest horror. Who knows, maybe that kitty on Twitter was seeing something the ghoul boys couldn’t.
Ryan and Shane recorded strange voices in their videos and on some occasions they were able to communicate with paranormal beings. Most of the evidence isn’t strong though, and it’s up for debate whether that proves anything or not.
For Shane of course, most of the time there’s a logical explanation behind the supposed “evidence”, like the wind, and given that they haven’t captured a ghost on camera yet, it’s safe to say that the sticker shown in the Tweet is the first ghost they filmed.
Unresolved Buzzfeed and Shadow files could easily be considered one of the funniest Youtube channels. Shane’s skepticism and Ryan’s paranormal beliefs create great chemistry that leads to multiple hilarious moments.
As the Tweet points out, in the new series Shadow filesin the episode The Nightmare Nuns of St. Ignatius ft. Garett Watts, Ryan tries to communicate with a ghost with one of their devices. The device immediately picks up a noise that it interprets as the word “nerd”, which was undeniably hilarious.
They go hard
It’s easy to understand why Shadow files is one of the Youtube channels that every Scream fan should follow. It’s not just because of its spooky, spooky, paranormal tone, but also because it’s a lot of fun.
On several occasions, viewers can see Ryan crumble from his fear of the paranormal, while Shane jokes about his friend’s horror. The same thing happened in the last video of ghost files, where Ryan and Shane visit the Hull-House Museum, and as usual, Ryan explores a spooky part of the place on his own, while Shane makes hilarious comments.
As explained previously, in the episode of Shadow files where Shane and Ryan visit St. Ignasius Hospital, they used a device called the Ovilus V to take environmental readings and interpret what ghosts or other paranormal creatures may be trying to tell the ghoul boys.
However, in a hilarious moment, the first reading the device does while Ryan tries to communicate with the paranormal entity is “nerd”. If ghosts really exist, they’ve already proven themselves to have a good sense of humor and most of the viewers, much like Shane and Ryan, couldn’t help but laugh.
While some watch the series alone at night, others rather watch it with their significant other. It sounds like a lot of fun, and it’s definitely more fun than watching a romantic movie.
It’s a great Youtube channel to watch with someone else. In the scary parts, the partners can find solace in each other’s company, and in the comedic moments, they can laugh together and have an amazing night, just as the Tweet shows.
Shane is more skeptical than ever
Unresolved Buzzfeed began in 2016, and although Shane didn’t join the show until later, he’s been Ryan’s ghost-hunting partner for years now. His skepticism hasn’t changed at all, and despite all the strange happenings, he still doesn’t believe in ghosts or any paranormal entities.
As the cartoon charmingly shows, it’s very likely that given his skepticism, he would have no problem picking up a ghost orb with his mouth and swallowing it. After all, he’s been desperately trying to get possessed throughout his career as a ghost hunter.
Ryan’s Iconic Dinner Plate Eyes
Every ghoul boy fan knows that when Ryan is terrified, his eyes open like dinner plates. His face is brutally expressive, and it’s hilarious to see how horrified he is at being alone in a dark, spooky place, hearing or feeling something nearby, or having spooky readings in his devices. .
The show wouldn’t be the same without Ryan’s vulnerability. Although many people say Shane Madej is the show’s brave, most would say Ryan is the real hero. After all, he is the one who believes in the paranormal and is terrified every season and continues to hunt ghosts.
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