Buzzfeed Unsolved

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Everyone knows how Buzzfeed is not exactly the most accurate and respected source for news, however it is like a drug when it comes to supernatural research- I cannot seem to get enough. “Buzzfeed Unsolved” is a Youtube series hosted by Ryan Bergara, and Shane Madej. Two unlikely friends that go as far out as England to do research on the supernatural. Bergara is a die-hard believer in the supernatural, however Shane is a skeptic. Their clashing beliefs often create the show’s unique personality and spunk as opposed to normal supernatural investigation shows.

The two have explored places such as, abandoned mines, prison cells, and even houses that have claims of having demonic infestation. The show does an excellent job at giving attention grabbing visuals during the historic recap and even adds in personal commentary between the show’s two hosts.

Bergara is in charge of doing all the research put into the show so his counterpart, Madej, is exposed to all the stories along with the audience. This aspect creates an authenticity that Buzzfeed productions often lack.

Currently the show is on its third season and it has two different branches; Supernatural and True Crime. The True Crime branch is in the same format as the Supernatural series, however it is far more rare that the two hosts explore the places the unsolved crimes took place. Along with an accurate, detailed description of the crime, Bergara also provides multiple theories as to what may have actually happened.

For anyone who takes an interest in crime-base and/or supernatural themed television shows, Youtube’s “Buzzfeed Unsolved” is something that will be of utmost interest, as it contains both of these interesting topics.