In case you missed it last night, Syfy premiered their Ghost Hunters International show taped in Lopinot, Trinidad.
It featured Mr. Martin Gomez and his daughter Donna Mora who invited GHI to witness what they believed were paranormal activities on the historic Lopinot plantation. They also discussed a bit of Trinidadian history, especially surrounding former slave owner Count Lopinot (Charles Joseph Comte Loppinot de la Fresilliere) whom the land was named after. Not forgetting the mention of the “bleeding” cashew tree he hung his slaves from! *shudder*
I swear though, some Trinis are real never see come see yes! Mr. Gomez has never seen a fiery ball on video before, so how can he say that it wasn’t a soucouyant on camera?
Maybe it was a douenne running in the background and maybe it was indeed a soucouyant (fiery ball) in the sky. Whichever creature that decided to make their TV appearance, we are happy they did. It made for good and interesting TV! I was actually surprised I didn’t see a La Diablesse, I guess she’s camera shy! Or she was probably busy with Papa Bois!
The only thing I am upset about, is that they didn’t teach the lady from GHI how to properly pronounce the word soucouyant!
Check out the videos for yourself.
Trinidadians need to be honest though, it have real jumbies in the island. Just ask Benny Hinn!
Do you believe in the paranormal and supernatural?