It seemed like this team would be ideal for an old west encounter with ghosts. Their methods of taunting and playacting seem like a great match for crusty old cowboys and weather-worn prostitutes. Knowing how active the Bird Cage Theater is, it was inevitable they'd be running into some action. And, they did. Quite a few sounds, which the place is well known for. The footstep sounds impressed me the most because of the cadence and duration. The EVPs, like usual, were class C and impossible to get any real value out of, and the camera trying to autofocus on the picture on the wall didn't impress me either.
Of course, like most episodes, I was more entertained by what these guys were going to try next to provoke. Personally, I'd like to see them settle in and taunt more western haunts--it's a perfect match to the original documentary that started things off. Too many ghost hunting shows, i.e. "Ghost Hunters" and "Paranormal State" are nearly exclusive to the East Coast and a good western ghost hunting team that taunts and has "both guns blazing" is more appealing. Sure, we know all about Confederate soldier ghosts, but I think Americans are more intrigued by the old west cowboys and the Native American spiritual figures that haunt the western landscape. I say, Zak, Nick, and Aaron, taunt the haunts of the west!